Need to know
20, including 14 suites.
Noon; earliest check-in, 3pm. Both are flexible, subject to availability.
Double rooms from $264.92 (€227), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional government tax of €2.20 per person per night on check-out.
Rates include a generous buffet breakfast of cheeses, Spanish ham, home-made bread, cakes, fruit, fresh juices and a variety of organic cereals and nuts. Cooked-to-order eggs and bacon are also available.
Ca Na Xica also has a petite man-made beach, strewn with sunloungers, beanbags and parasols; an ideal spot for sunbathing and sangria-sipping.
The hotel is closed from the 17 October until April.
At the hotel
Spa, terrace, a little man-made beach, large gardens, free WiFi throughout. In rooms: a TV, tea- and coffee-making facilities, a minibar, Campos de Ibiza bath products, free bottled water, bathrobes and slippers.
Our favourite rooms
We’d opt for one of the contemporary Suite Premier rooms, which are dotted across the sweeping hotel grounds. These stylish suites have airy private terraces with views of the beautiful Ibizan countryside and glass-fronted bathrooms with their own bamboo-and-fern-filled gardens, so you can bathe blush-free in your own private rainforest.
The dazzling saltwater pool is the focus point of Ca Na Xica’s charming grounds; it’s surrounded by comfy taupe loungers, terracotta stone tiles, cacti and shade-casting olive trees.
Pared-back but luxurious, the soothing spa has three treatment rooms, a hammam, a sauna, an outdoor Jacuzzi and heated loungers. Choose from a selection of shoulder-loosening massages, a variety of body scrubs – our pick is the olive-oil, Ibizan-salt and lemon experience – or indulge with a collagen facial. Spa treatments can also be arranged in your room.
Leave the glowsticks at home; this restful retreat is all about unwinding.
Health-conscious Ca Na Xica also has fitness classes, pilates, yoga and a personal trainer on offer.
This calming casa is just for grown-ups; leave the kids at home.