We had our first ever confetti holiday a few months ago and Ibiza completely stole our hearts so it was an absolute treat to be asked to come back and spend a few nights in the amazing Ryans Ibiza! We only had 3 nights there due to our hectic schedules but it was such a fun few days so thank you so much Ryans Ibiza for having us :D




We thought we would talk to you about what we got up to and put together a few of our fave things to do if you're there for a short time (but a good time) 


Ryans have a few hotels around Ibiza but Ryans Ibiza is located super centrally in Ibiza Town and really close by to Playa d'en Bossa which is near where we stayed last time so we kind of familiar with the area. The hotel is really close to the airport and only took about 15 minutes in a taxi! 

We had to get up at ridiculous AM to catch our flight so we spent our first day chilling at the hotel and finding our bearings around the area. Our stay included a breakfast everyday and the staff made it really easy for us to create our own delicious vegan options. 


On a walk around the surrounding area of Ryans, we stumbled across a restaurant called Loveat Ibiza which was literally a few mins away and it had tons of vegan options. We ended up eating there two of the nights as it was SO damn good. After dinner we jumped in a taxi to Bossa and went for a drink at a bar then walked back to the hotel (around a 25 min walk) and had an early-ish night so we could conquer the next day with full energy. 


Our apartment at Ryans was sooo cute. It had a red decor theme throughout and consisted of one double bedroom, a living/kitchen space, bathroom, balcony with sea and pool view and then a second bedroom with bunk beds. We ended up sleeping in longer than expected on our second day but after our delish brekkie we planned to make our way to the most magical beach in Ibiza, Cala Salada. We looked into getting a taxi to San Antonio and buses but it was working out to be quite expensive and long and we just wanted to make the most of our short time there so we decided to rent a car! There's a place just around the corner and it cost us just €55 for a day! We grabbed some picnic food from the local supermarket then drove on down to the beach which took around 45 minutes and OMG we could not get over how stunning it was. There's no bars or restaurants however there are a few spanish locals with their own little stalls selling insane cocktails and people walking around selling coconuts and nibbles. We spent the day chatting, swimming and of course instagramming then headed back to Ryans. 




This night we were on the guestlist for Pikes Hotel which is a fabulously eccentric place back towards San Antonio so we got ourselves extra sassed up then headed into Ibiza Town to line our stomachs. We found a veggie restaurant called Simbiosis on Happy Cow and it was BEAUTTTT! We then carried on to Pikes where there was an amazing atmosphere and a more mature crowd (including Jack Branning from Eastenders oioi). We ended up dancing and mingling until the early hours of the morning!


This brings us to our final day in Ibiza :( time went way too quick on this trip! We spent the first part of our day by Ryans pool, floating around on lilos, listening to the DJ's funky music and sipping their yummy cocktails (the mojitos are incredz) and having some nibbles up on their rooftop bar. Then 3 of us (Heli, Heidi & Mika) went to Ocean Beach club for the day whilst Tiger kept her hungover self relaxing by the pool. 






Overall our short trip was so much fun and Ryans Ibiza was the perfect stay. We'd recommend to anyone who wants somewhere affordable and local to both the more chilled side of Ibiza and the party side! We'd go back in a heartbeat <3 Rates at Ryans Ibiza start from 72€ for 1 Bedroom Apt for two people at low season and 315€ at high season and you can book here. 


Check out both ours and Mika's vlogs below to see more of what we got up to! 




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