Ibiza, Spain

Seven Pines Resort Ibiza

Rates per night from$534.57

Price information

If you haven’t entered any dates, the rate shown is provided directly by the hotel and represents the cheapest double room (including tax) available in the next 60 days.

Prices have been converted from the hotel’s local currency (EUR477.27), via openexchangerates.org, using today’s exchange rate.


One pine stay


Close to the cliffs

Named after everyone’s favourite-smelling tree, Seven Pines Resort offers travellers a different side to Ibiza, away from the big towns and super clubs. On the island’s easterly edge, the clifftop hotel showcases Es Vedra and the sea at every opportunity – nowhere more impressively than through the glass wall at the infinity pool. There’s family fun to be had in the centre of the resort, where kids can splash and bomb away, with no fear of disturbing the cocktail crew up at the adults-only area. When it’s sundowner o’clock, we can think of worst places to have a drink than the Pershing-designed, yacht-like bar and its sea-facing, fire pit-enhanced terrace.

Smith Extra

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A bottle of wine on arrival


Photos Seven Pines Resort Ibiza facilities

Need to know




Noon, but flexible for a fee (€100 for up to 6pm), subject to availability. Earliest check-in, 3pm, also flexible (€150 from 8am) if your room’s ready.


Double rooms from $534.57 (€477), excluding tax at 10 per cent. Please note the hotel charges an additional local city tax of €4.40 per person per night on check-out.

More details

Rates usually include breakfast.


The minibars are actually ‘House Bars’: an in-room cocktail corner with an ice machine, mixers and a garnish-filled fridge (mint, lime, sugar cane, salt and soft drinks).

At the hotel

Free WiFi throughout, gym, free valet parking. In rooms: beach bag, sun hat, free bottled water, tea- and coffee-making facilities, air-conditioning, flatscreen TV, Bluetooth sound-system and Molton Brown bath products.

Our favourite rooms

If spying the island’s famous sunsets is top of your agenda, it has to be a perfectly positioned Cliff Suite, which are also the most secluded. For groups, opt for a two-bed option, or book out one of the four-room Ibizan buildings in its entirety for your own family finca. The Laguna Suites are fantastic for families, but – since they’re right in the centre of the resort, and by the children’s pool – not the quietest.


There are two main pools around the resort. The lengthy, Es Vedra-facing infinity pool is adults-only and has an eight-metre glass wall to best showcase the sea. The Lagoon Pool is surrounded by the Laguna Suites, shallower and frequented by families.


The Pure Seven spa is a real highlight of this hotel: 1,500sq m, six treatment rooms, a thermal circuit (steam bath, sauna, cold mist, water bed), meditation, ‘breath work’ and yoga. You can even get your fillers topped up if you fancy it...

Packing tips

Balearic bronze needs bright white kaftans and fluorescent flourishes to offset it.


Six of the suites are suitable for wheelchair users. Personal trainers can be booked and hiking trails can be mapped out on request.


Furry friends can come along for an extra €50 a night. See more pet-friendly hotels in Ibiza.


All ages welcome, but one of the pools is over-15s only. The two-bedroom rooms are the best options for families. Babysitting is available with two days’ notice for €15 an hour (minimum two hours per booking).


The hotel uses locally sourced, seasonal, organic produce where possible, and the kitchen’s induction stoves have zero carbon emissions. The buggies are electrical and each bungalow has solar panels.

Food and Drink

Photos Seven Pines Resort Ibiza food and drink

Top Table

Close to the edge or around the open kitchen up at the chef’s table at the View; and join the party at one of the long sharing tables at Cone Club.

Dress Code

Fabulous florals and fluoros to break up the whitewashed decor.

Hotel restaurant

The View is where breakfast is served in a clifftop setting with a side of panoramic views. Be sure to sample the outputs of the bread oven – you have until midday to make it out of bed. By night, this restaurant transforms into a fine-dining, Med-facing affair, offering European food with a Korean twist (eg: poached and robata-grilled beef tenderloin with barbecued mushroom and charred spring onion). Chilled-out Cone Club dishes up Mediterranean sharing plates with Arabic and Asian influences either indoors or under a covered sunset-showcasing, cabana-toting terrace; we loved the local mackerel with steamed aubergine, split chickpeas and dashi vinaigrette.

Hotel bar

There are various imbibing opportunities throughout the resort, but the most spectacular is the Pershing Yacht Terrace, designed by the famous boat builders and with the sleek lines and glossy curves to match. Torches and fire pits surround the outdoor seating area. There’s a bar by both pools – the one at the lagoon pool is open until 7pm, the adults-only infinity pool is open until 8pm  and another by the lobby, which serves drinks from 9am to 5pm.

Last orders

In the View, breakfast is from 8am until noon, and dinner from 8pm until 12.30am. Cone Club is open from noon until 12.30am.


Photos Seven Pines Resort Ibiza location
Seven Pines Resort Ibiza
Calle Puig Delfin s/n
Sant Josep de sa Talaia

The hotel is in eastern Ibiza, away from the buzz of the big towns and with the uninterrupted views to match.


The island’s main aviation hub, Eivissa Airport, is 22 kilometres away; the drive should take around 25 minutes. Hotel transfers can be arranged for €105 each way (€130 in July and August).


The closest town is San Josep, around a 15-minute drive from the hotel. There’s free valet parking when you arrive.


Yacht-based transfers can be arranged on request.

Worth getting out of bed for

Your first stop should be the stellar spa, but if your relaxation levels have peaked, the hotel can arrange cross-country biking, swims in the sea and watersports including stand-up paddle-boarding, water-skiing and sailing. The concierge will gladly craft itineraries taking in diving, beach-hopping and yacht excursions. Head to Ibiza Town to explore Dalt Villa (which translates as ‘Upper Town’), the Unesco-protected part of the city.

Local restaurants

In a historic house with a courtyard and street-side tables, Ca Na Ribes has been serving Ibizan food since 1926 (with the trad decor to match); it’s located across the island in Santa Eulalia (40 minutes). A similar distance away is the breezy beach club Sa Punta, near Cala Talamanca, where perfect steaks, salsa verde and crispy chips can be washed down with jugs of sangria. Half an hour away in Eivissa, try the old-school seafood specialists Ca N’Alfredo. And if your taco and margarita habit is worth a 35-minute drive, don’t miss out on the Mexican mastery available at Peyotito at the island’s shiny Nobu outpost.


Photos Seven Pines Resort Ibiza reviews

Anonymous review

Every hotel featured is visited personally by members of our team, given the Smith seal of approval, and then anonymously reviewed. As soon as our reviewers have returned from this resort hotel in Spain and unpacked their Day-Glo and glow sticks, a full account of their island break will be with you. In the meantime, to whet your wanderlust, here's a quick peek inside Seven Pines Resort in Ibiza

The pine-scented (and -surrounded) Seven Pines Resort is a fragrant alternative to the showier side of Ibiza, away from the big towns and sprawling across its own peaceful, cliff-edge patch. Es Vedra is watching you – the island’s iconic offshore rocky landmass is visible from various vantage points throughout the hotel. The rooms cater to every kind of traveller, whether you’ve got mini Smiths in tow and need somewhere happy to host raucous, rowdy behaviour (try the Laguna Suites, set around the family-friendly pool). If it’s the adults in your party most likely to be causing a disturbance, go for one of the Cliff Suites, so you’re suitably sequestered from other guests – it’s just you and the sea, and she’s not going to be complaining. The eating options are varied should you want to stay put; otherwise, it’s a short drive across the island to a breezy beach club or slick restaurant. Fun fact: the bar is the first one ever on dry land designed by luxury boat builders Pershing

The Guestbook

Whenever you book a stay at a Smith hotel or villa, we’ll invite you to review it when you get back. Read what other Smith members had to say in Seven Pines Resort Ibiza’s Guestbook below.

We loved

Very attentive staff.

Don’t expect

We would have liked to have a spa treatment, but it was too expensive! The tea in our room not replaced daily. Hat and beach bag was not in our room as per the Smith extra. 


Stayed on 10 Jun 2019

We loved

The pool is big and open with stunning views, but freezing The staff were energetic and keen to please. The room was huge and well-equipped. All our meals were excellent. 

Don’t expect

Quiet by the pool – there was loud, Ibiza-vibe music all day and night which we found a little too intrusive. Perfection – the service can be enthusiastic but, at times, a little chaotic.


Stayed on 10 May 2019

We loved

We loved the faultless five days at the resort. The staff were fantastically attentive, the food delicious and the rooms fresh and well laid out. It has a lovely peaceful feel about it and nothing was too much trouble. We would definitely love to return.


Stayed on 30 Sep 2018