Hotel Ánfora: we’re ready for your visit
Ibiza is one of the tourist destinations in Europe that has been least affected by the COVID-19 pandemic these past months. So far, the number of diagnosed cases was below 200, which shows a scarce impact on the island.
However, and following the health authority guidelines, Hotel Ánfora has tightened even more its already strict hygiene measures to guarantee a safe space for our guests at all times. We will take special care to disinfect elements that are regularly exposed to contact, like room key cards, light switches, door handles, lift buttons...
A safe hotel for your holidays in Ibiza
Following the safety protocols required to offer a safe stay, Hotel Ánfora has installed hydroalcoholic gel dispensers in all the common areas and set the regulatory safety distance between sunbeds and tables.
Our staff will be constantly disinfecting their hands and will be wearing masks. As for the restaurant, we will be serving breakfast and dinner so people don’t have to touch the trays and cutlery in the buffet.
Apart from these hygiene measures, Hotel Ánfora is establishing a series of new measures to make other usual activities even safer and easier, like checking in or booking services.
No overcrowding at this hotel in Ibiza
In the last few years, Hotel Ánfora has become the perfect hotel for a relaxed holiday in Ibiza thanks to its large common areas and the two swimming-pools with Balinese beds on both sides of the hotel. Thanks to this, our guests can enjoy a safe and confortable stay far away from the crowds. And all this only 100 meters from Es Canar beach and a few minutes’ drive from other beautiful beaches in Ibiza, like Cala Nova, Cala Llenya or Cala Boix.
The same old Ibiza, but closer than ever
This summer’s unusual situation has meant that visitors will find the island as it was decades ago, much quieter, cosier and familiar. For many of Ibiza’s fans, this summer will undoubtedly be a unique chance to enjoy its beaches, restaurants, street markets and villages.
In the past weeks, many restaurants, cafes and bars have reopened their doors, as well as the shops and street markets, so you will have plenty of chances to eat grilled fish or a good paella in Ibiza, drink the hierbas ibicencas liquor after lunch, eat a sweet slice of greixonera, or have a beer watching the sunset, an afternoon browsing the hippy flea market of Las Dalias or a pleasant stroll through the old narrow streets of Dalt Vila, among other plans. You can also go walking, bike riding, kayaking, sailing, hire a stand-up paddle... You can do all the usual things you would do in Ibiza except for clubbing as all the night clubs on the island will be closed by order of the regional government for safety reasons.
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