IBIZA - SANT ANTONI DE PORTMANY - HOSTAL MARINO

July 23, 2020

Hostal Marino

 

On our return to Hostal Marino in July 2020, after a couple of years of absence, we came across a few changes.

 

The outside of the hostal had completely changed. 

This, I believe, was for local legislation regarding balconies being made more secure and slightly higher.

But inside was the biggest change, the swimming pool was not there anymore!

This is because, the hosta, are building a new 27 room 4-star hotel in the space next door, which is taking part of the area where the swimming pool was. The new hotel will have a swimming pool on the roof and guests at Hostal Marino will be able to use it. There is also access currently to a nearby gym.

The rest of the hostal is still the same, with good Spanish food being served at the bar, at very reasonable prices.

 

Chuletas de Cordero alimentadas con Leche (milk-fed lamb chops) with chips for €13. A special paella is cooked on Sunday Lunchtimes. If you are not too bothered about a pool, this is still a great place to stay. The bar is always full of locals eating and drinking, creating a buzzy atmosphere, where you are served by very friendly and helpful staff.

Breakfast is included, where you can have eggs, sausages and bacon etc, with toast and coffee.

This hostal is still a beautiful little gem, which is more like a small boutique hotel than a hostel and is run by the ever smiling and helpful Miki and his wife Sofia.

 

This was a review from 2017, where you can see the changes.

Hostal Marino is a fantastic little family run hostal, located, away from the noisier and more boisterous (known as the west end) part of Sant Antoni and is ideally positioned for a few minutes walk to anywhere in town.

The staff follow Miki’s lead and are all extremely helpful and knowledgeable of the local area.

 

The hostal has 20 recently refurbished rooms which are cleaned every morning, with fresh towels everyday. They are quite small but spotless with a fridge, a/c, television and wifi. The hostal is usually filled with mailny Spanish holiday makers, or locals, eating the excellent food at the bar or on the comfy terrace.

 

As a lot of locals come to the hostal for drinks and dinner it shows what a great place this is. It is always good  to be where the locals are going, so that you get a real perspective of the area.

 

There is a lovely pool area and terrace outside, which is spotless. The bar serves food and drink all day.

The menu is interesting, with a very good special, every day and it also has, plenty of information on the ingredients, nutrition and allergies, which is quite unusual.

 

As it is used by the locals as a meeting and eating spot, it gets steadily busy from morning, till late at night.

 

It’s always good to come back for a late night feast of lamb chops and fried sliced potatoes!

with a very generous helping of patatas bravas

At the bar you tend to get a free tapa with each drink

The swimming pool area is quite chilled, unlike the usual pool scene in most other hotels in Sant Antoni.

There is also a gym you can use which is situated just around the corner from the hostal.

 

The hotel is one of the few in Sant Antoni to be open all year round. There is an excellent Mercado at the back of the hostal for any extras you may need.

 

As a quite important added bonus, the hostal ,has it’s own car park just around the corner and is free to guests. This saves a lot of driving around, looking for a parking spot during busy periods.

 

Carrer de la Mar, 34, 07820 Sant Antoni de Portmany,
+34 971 340 844
www.hostalmarinio.es 
 

Hostal Marino was recommended by our friend Tristan of the WhiteIsle Ibiza Blog, and you can find lots of useful information on Sant Antoni and the surrounding area on their website or twitter account 


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