Invisa Hotel La Cala, Santa Eulalia
Invisa Hotel La Cala Overview
The Invisa Hotel La Cala is located 250 metres from the beach in Santa Eulalia, a very popular holiday resort with stunning coastline, hippy markets and local shops, restaurants and bars; guests can also enjoy a local ferryboat which runs daily to Santa Eulalia.
The hotel offers 180 rooms all equipped with private bathrooms, telephone, air-conditioning, mini fridge, satellite television, in-room safe and terrace.
The Invisa Hotel La Cala Hotel also provides a swimming pool, children's pool, sun terrace, sun beds and umbrellas, table tennis and television room; nearby guests can participate in water sports, scuba diving, tennis and fitness.
From the 1st of July 2016 tourists staying overnight in the Balearic Islands will be charged an Eco-tax levied by the local government. This tax is not included in the price of your accommodation and will be charged upon arrival at your chosen holiday accommodation.
• The cost is between €0.50-€2.50 per person, per night for adults.
• Under 16s are exempt from the tax.
• Between November 1st - April 30th, there will be a 50 % discount.
• There is a 50% discount on the tax from the ninth day of your stay.
Eco Tax conditions are set by the local government and are subject to change
Our customers think this is great for...
- 24-hour front desk
- Air-conditioned public areas
- Beauty services
- Check-in time ends midnight
- Check-in time starts noon
- Check-out by noon
- Check-out from 7:00 AM
- Complimentary newspapers in lobby
- Currency exchange
- Dry cleaning/laundry service
- Fitness facilities
- Free parking on site
- Full-service spa
- Golf course on site
- Health club
- Internet access - wireless
- Laundry facilities
- Luggage storage
- One meeting/conference room
- On-site car rental
- Pets not allowed
- Poolside bar
- Restaurant(s) in hotel
- Rooftop terrace
- Secure parking
- Smoke-free property
- Spa on site
- Spa tub
- Swimming pool - children's
- Swimming pool - outdoor
- Swimming pool - outdoor seasonal
- Television in lobby
- Tour assistance
- Tours/ticket assistance
- Wheelchair accessible
- Air conditioning
- Alarm clock
- Bathtub only
- Cable/satellite television channels
- City view
- Climate control
- Coffee/tea maker
- Complimentary newspaper
- Complimentary toiletries
- Daily housekeeping
- Direct-dial phone
- Hair dryer
- Hair dryer (on request)
- Handheld showerhead
- High-definition television
- In-room massage available
- In-room safe
- LCD television
- Pool view
- Private bathroom
- Satellite television service
- Shower only
- Shower/bathtub combination
- Soundproofed rooms
- Welcome amenities
- Window opens
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06 July 2016
Sonia , U.K.
Arrived in the evening and began by searching for the car park. There isn't one, just a few spaces on the street next to the hotel! Luckily there's a car park a few minutes walk so no big problems. Welcomed by smily staff with a fruit drink, which was a nice touch. Room was comfortable, good shower and firm beds. We had half board and the food was fine. Not outstanding or particularly adventurous but perfectly edible. We wouldn't get near the pool til teatime as its a small pool for the size of the hotel so we went to various beaches instead. All in all for the price it's a good value hotel and close to all amenities.
The best thing about my stay was...Location
20 June 2016
la cala hotel is like home from home
margaret keenan, dublin ireland
have being going to the la cala for 12 years,
The best thing about my stay was...Food, very friendly staff could not be more helpful
12 June 2016
A welcoming and genuine hotel
A Little, UK
The staff at this hotel really make a difference to your stay, the food and the cleanliness are on a par with some of the best hotels around
The best thing about my stay was...Bar service, food and cleanliness
20 May 2016
Very Central and Clean Hotel
Rob Payne, UK Essex
The hotel is in a central position in well located for the town, beach and bus deopot. The food is very varied and has something to offer everyone. Staff are always polite and courteous. Would recommend for people over 60 years old.
The best thing about my stay was...Central position
14 October 2015
Quite Simply A Very Good Hotel
Graham - West Midlands, Stourbridge, West Midlands
La Cala is a very good hotel close to the centre of the town of Santa Eulalia but equally no more than a couple of hundred yards from the sea. It is very well organized, clean, friendly, spacious, with excellent food. It has almost all facilities - and best of all it's not too big. You are a person, not a number. It's location is ideal and the resort of Santa Eulalia is an excellent base to explore the island from (and do explore the island - don't just sit by the pool). As others have remarked the clientele on the east side of the island (where Santa Eulalia is) have probably 30 years or more "experience" than those who head for the clubbing resort of San Antonio on the west side (though that's not to say I might not fancy being aged 25 again!). Anyhow, La Cala is an excellent hotel, in an excellent resort, in an excellent island (we were impressed by Ibiza - neither of us had been there before). The only potential warning is that the hotel is centrally located and there can be some noise from other hotels and vehicles if you have an outer facing room. Might be worth packing the earplugs just in case.
The best thing about my stay was...Friendly, Welcoming and Efficient
27 September 2015
Great hotel, a real gem!
A Little, Kent
Spotlessly clean, staff all so friendly and genuinely helpful. The food was lovely, drinks and Juan the barman were great.
The best thing about my stay was...staff, food and cleanliness were top of our list
09 September 2015
Value for money
Great hotel with friendly staff and good food!
The best thing about my stay was...Value for money
09 June 2015
Great Hotel in Town Centre
Mark Grant, Ireland
This Hotel was excellent and the staff on reception were very friendly and helpful. The food was excellent for both breakfast and dinner and the Hotel was spotless. The only drawback were the wifi which was slow and cost €20 per week and the rooms were outdated with firm twin beds. But overall the Hotel was excellent.
The best thing about my stay was...The Food
29 May 2015
Excellent value for money
No Name, England
Would definitely return!
The best thing about my stay was...Customer Service/ Value for money
25 September 2014
Excellent Staff, Clean and well located
Richard Leah, Cornwall UK
I was not aware that this place was adult only so that was an instant plus for us. We stayed in late September for a week and it was immediately noticeable that many of the guests there we into their 70's and 80's ! Thus the atmosphere of the place was somewhat "retired" with guests sitting around reading books and playing cards. During the week I only saw 2 young couples who were guests and they stood out amongst the others. My wife and I did liken it to an old age home even though the guests were "young at heart". The cleanliness of the hotel was superb as were the rooms and dining areas. The staff are very friendly and accommodating and always make an effort to ensure your stay is pleasant. The evening meals offer a very good variety of foods to cater to most tastes form vegetarian to meat lovers with an excellent choice of salads also. The problem was, it was never hot enough and I detest eating "warm" meals. We ate there a few nights in the hope it would be hotter the next evening but it never improved. The dessert choice was excellent from cakes, pies, fruit and ice creams. The breakfasts were also excellent with a wide range of cereals, eggs, bacon, pancakes and omelettes and fresh fruit and juices. They had evening entertainment but it was the kind that suited the more elderly clientele. The times of breakfast and evening meals are very good for those who like to eat earlier of later. Many of the guests seem to want to lounge near the pool all day and engage in the normal senseless routine of "grabbing" a lounger early to avoid having to choose one in a less desirable spot. It is clear that this is a hotel for 60's plus so if you want a bit more liveliness and younger fellow guests, don't stay here. If you want a quiet, clean hotel, then this the place to stay. Personally, I think the hotel needs to attract a younger clientele to give more liveliness to the place...... 30+ rather than 60+. All in all I had no problems with the service or quality (except for the food temperature). It's a good place to stay, close to the centre of the town and the beaches as well as restaurants.
The best thing about my stay was...Good location, cleanliness and excellent service
26 June 2014
Santa Eulalia.....little piece of heaven
Ellen H, Glasgow
As a single female who won't see the her 40's again, I always wanted to bite the bullet and go on holiday on my own....couple of books and lying by the pool. I finally took the plunge and booked this hotel via Thomas Cook. The hotel itself was just what I needed somewhere central but only a few steps from the beach and more importantly, fabulous shops for all price brackets. I felt safe at all times in Santa Eulalia....no mad crowds. The beach, beach front, streets were clean. Hotel staff, like shop keepers in area, were so friendly and helpful. The food was fab, weather in September was ideal for basking by the pool and on the sandy beach. The other guests at the hotel were from far and wide but no children were allowed (which is why I had a very relaxing time). Only downside was in view of the pool being situated in the middle of the hotel - the poolside was sunless until after mid day - however this enabled me to venture out for a morning stroll with a good book and sit on the promenade / bench on beach, watching the world go by. Loved it so much I wanted to go back again but couldn't get booked at a price I could afford.
The best thing about my stay was...Everything about the Santa Eulalia, hotel accommodation, staff, food, peace and quiet.....and as it was my first time on a solo holiday....it was just what I needed.
21 July 2013
Good Central Hotel
William Fallow, Galston
2nd visit to this Hotel, previous one in 2010. Great location for everything on doorstep, marina, restaurants, bars, shops. All Staff are very friendly and efficient. Meals, although not a huge selection, are good....for a week anyway. 'Fresh' juice in morning could be a bit better but otherwise breakfast good. Pool is good with not many people reserving sunbeds just a few alarm setters waiting at the blocks for the starting pistol. We had room overlooking pool in central part of hotel, very quiet at night as away from roads. Air Con was good in room. I think most of the outer wing rooms have carpets and air con+ceiling fans also however our room was all tiled and seemed a bit more modern. Thought the pool area could be doing with more seating area for drinks etc., since our last visit some of this space had been taken for outside dining leaving only four tables. Outside we weren't great fans of the Queen Vic next to hotel, found bar guys a little unfriendly and place generally a bit 'clique'. Ana Dona next to Marina had good food for lunches but was a little warm to sit, not much of a breeze sitting in or out. Little Spanish bar to left across the road as you leave hotel was good for drinks, we didn't eat here but food looked ok, had a terrace out back courtyard next to restaurants (mentioned below). We found a little restaurant to back of this local bar, before heading down steps to promenade called 'Sesamo', it had fresh, organic food which was very good. Not long opened but was very well done up, across from Kokoko which also looked good. If going back to this resort would prob stay at this hotel again.
The best thing about my stay was...Central
11 July 2011
Great stay once again
maxine valentine-hyde, Lichfield
Just retuned from our 4th stay at La cala....need i say more! The hotel is in a great location,short stroll to the beach,harbour,bars and restaurants. We stayed on full board which is fantastic value for money,lot's of choice,salad bar all fresh with good mixture of meat and fish dishes,that the chef cooks on the griddle both lunch and dinner. The sevice from checking in to the waiters /bar staff is excellent, all can't do enough to make your stay enjoyable.
The best thing about my stay was...The friendly staff and location
06 April 2011
Clean, Great service, very friendly staff, best for mature couples.
John Thompson, Scarborough, UK
The La Cala Hote is situated on the eastern edge of Santa Eularia, though is close enough to the town centre for easy shopping etc. To the east of the hotel, just a couple of streets away is a "wasteland" parking area which is free, and close enough to drag a wheely case to the hotel. Alternatively, nobody seems to care much if you stop outside the hotel door temporarily, though on street parking is very limited with very small spaces. The local cars in Ibiza are nearly all damaged in some way, so beware of parking where it can be hit but the hotel does have limited parking spaces at the side if you want to be closer, so ask for details. Entry to the hotel is via a large rotating door which leads directly to reception. The staff are very friendly, pleasant and willing to help whilst being very efficient and unobtrusive - perfect! The room is clean and there are free tea making facilities and a fridge, but no mini bar. Although the water seems fine, it is recommended that you use bottled water. We bought a large 5ltr container from the local supermarket (SPAR shop!) which cost E2.60 and lasted us the week even though we topped up our smaller bottles with it daily. There is a small fridge which is surprisingly handy. The en-suite bathroom has a bath with power shower, WC and a bedet. Space in here is a little cramped but adequate. There are sachets of shower gel, shampoo etc provided, plus little sponges and a comb. The sachets are renewed each day, and are quite nice to use. There is a hair dryer supplied too. The room has good sized beds, though the matresses are a bit on the thin side firm though fairly comfortable, and the single pillows are quite thin too, though I'm sure they would give you extra ones if you asked. Sliding glass doors lead to a small veranda, which in our room overlooked the swimming pool in the inner atrium. Ask for one of these rooms, as the outer rooms overlook the streets which can be quite noisy at night, and although the glass doors are double glazed, they seem to let in an awful lot of street noise, even in the inner atrium. Take ear plugs if you are a light sleeper! The room was cleaned and made up daily to a good standard by very friendly chamber staff. Although we didn't use it, we saw the pool area being cleaned ritually each day, and there were sun beds within the enclosed inner area which, although overlooked by the hotel's verandas, are private from street view. Breakfast is served 8.00 - 10.00 and is a free buffet style, with mostly the same foods provided each day. The food quality was adequate, with choice of fruits, juices and cerials, though these seemed to be of cheap quality. Eggs and bacon are on tap but again seem to be of lower quality. There is also sliced, tinned ham that was cooked called "Hamos". (This was awful stuff that tasted like fried spam!) There are a good selection of sliced meats, breads etc, plus a tureen of what looks like chocolate sauce that seemed very popular with the Spanish folk who dipped some kind of fried biscuit into it. (Chanos?) Evening meals have the same sliced meats etc plus main dishes of fried meats and vegetables etc. All very - well, adequate. Although half board, we only ate here twice, preferring to visit "Restaurant Street" for better food. Although the indiginous language is Spanish, most of the staff seem to speak English quite well, so communications are fairly good. The hotel is situated near to the marina, so is handy for walks round there or the sea front which is lovely. For the English, there is an English pub called "The Old Victoria" just a few yards from the hotel, which is very pleasant and friendly too. The hotel provides activities for the elder clientelle, which tended to be older Spanish folk during our stay who busied themselved playing board games in the lounge. Apparently, the Spanish government subsidise such excursions for them and the La Cala appears to be a recipient fro them. This didn't bother us, but younger folk might be a little bored with bingo et al. All in all the La Cala is a very friendly, pleasant stay, but perhaps needs an injection of adrenalin to prevent it becoming an institution. The food could be better for the price we paid, but generally we enjoyed our stay very much indeed, and would definitely visit again.
The best thing about my stay was...Clean, friendly and well positioned.
26 September 2010
Very clean, great service, good facilities
Eoghan Kelly, London
Lovely hotel, well located in the centre of town and close to the beach and marina. Rooms well sized and quiet, spotlessly clean. Good selection at the buffet for breakfast and dinner but not great quality. Catered somewhat for the older tour group clientele when we stayed so we didn't have dinner again after first night, although mostly because of the ambience (we were youngest by 20-30 years!). Highly recommend if you want a good hotel with decent facilities near all the amenities of the town. Just don't expect to swap stories about Pacha or Glastonbury with groovy people at the bar.
The best thing about my stay was...Cleanliness, Service
08 September 2010
Diane Berry, Bradford
Very nice hotel , Staff are very pleasant and helpful.Spotlessly clean
The best thing about my stay was...Clean hotel
13 July 2010
Great Hotel & Location
Wulbert, Ayrshire, Scotland
Hotel has been refurbished to 4* and finished to a high standard throughout, we had no complaints at all. We requested a pool view and south facing balcony at high level and received this. The room itself was large and very clean with daily maid service, balcony wasn't huge but more than adequate. All staff were really friendly and pleasant, the pool area was good, no reserving of the sunbeds took place when we were there which was a great change from other hotels. Restaurant food was excellent compared to other hotels we've been to. Not many children at hotel during out stay, not much for them to do other than pool. The resort is not exactly like San Antonio or clubbing scene, it is a laid back and relaxing holiday for a week. We stayed previously at Catalonia Ses Estaques which was really good also but bit older and further round from Marina area so if returning definately stay at La Cala as location is great.
29 July 2009
We couldn't believe how empty La Cala was in high season. It was spotlessly clean throughout, the staff were friendly and helpful, the breakfast was delicious (fresh croissants, full fry-up, omelettes, cheese, ham, fruit, yoghurt, cereal, toast, bakery etc). The room was a good size, air-conditioned, with a balcony looking over the pool and was cleaned and the towels/bedding replaced every day. The pool is quiet and clean and there were plenty of sun-loungers. It is one minute to the main shopping street, two minutes walk to the marina and three minutes walk to the beach. We stayed at a neighbouring hotel for the first couple of days which was more expensive but less nice, and were definitely pleased we moved to La Cala. I have no idea if they put on entertainment but if you're in Ibiza surely you can find your own?! This was a great hotel we would definitely recommend.
09 June 2008
Review of 'La Cala'
Toni Barber, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk
We stayed at 'La Cala' bed and breakfast during Whitsun half term and found it to be spotless, friendly and in a perfect loctaion. The room was a lovely size with a good balcony over looking the pool. There were clean towels every day. We couldn't fault the hotel except that as we are in our early fourties it felt as though we were on a Saga holiday. This wasn't just at the hotel though, the whole resort was mainly older people. There was entertainment two nights out of seven but again it was aimed at the older guest. We would recommend the hotel as we took some friends, also on holiday, for a quick viewing and they were very impressed with what they saw and commented on how clean even the stairways were. They were staying at Es Cana but said Santa Eulalia was much better in comparison. The only downside to our holiday was that maybe we should have gone half board as the food and drink in the restaurants was quite expensive, especially as the Euro is so bad at this time, and was often aimed at English people and not very authentic. All in all a great hotel which Iwe would recommend and use again.
28 May 2007
Jack Leonard, Birmingham
Stayed here in 2005 after the refurb. With the exception of dining room the hotel is good 4 star standard. Those who say the food and dining room is 4 star have not experienced average 4 star. Dining room is too small and not well organised. Food is average 3 star. Location brilliantly central in the beautiful Santa Eulalia which we have visited many times in last 25 years. If they sort the dining room it deserves 4 stars. If you can get B&B that would be a good option as breakfast works OK and the choice of restaurants in town covers all tastes and prices.
The Invisa Hotel La Cala was previously known as La Cala Hotel.
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