Hotel Ca's Català, Ibiza

The 'House 0f the Catalan' is located at the foot of the hill beneath the old church in Santa Eulalia del Rio. 

Telephone:  0034 662 31 10 94 or 0034 971 33 86 49
Office hours Monday to Friday 10-14h C.E.T. 

We are pleased to offer you a delightfully tranquil oasis (we are adult only) from which you can set forth to explore the beautiful island of Ibiza the whole year round.
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We have been developing this small boutique hotel over the past 24 years into a wonderfully relaxing and serene holiday hideaway. 

We offer an extremely personalized service and like to think that, though you may arrive as a stranger, you will definitely leave as a friend. 

Comfort and privacy is an absolute 'must' at Ca's Català. We take pride in our little hotel, making sure that everything is scrupulously clean and attractive.  

The dining salon is bright and spacious, and breakfasts there make a wonderful start to the day.

Reservations

You may choose from the following room categories:
* Double room with en-suite bathroom and private terrace.
* Double room with en-suite bathroom.
* Nostalgic double with separate private bathroom. 
* Small single room with en-suite bathroom. 
* Double and single beds available.

"Please Contact Us For Availability & Rates!"

Please note all bedrooms and the dining room are NON-SMOKING. 
Sorry, no facilities for children.  Cooked & continental breakfast available.

For our guests, we offer a private swimming pool with bar, set in the midst of a walled-in, tropical garden.

There are twelve sizable bedrooms at Ca's Català, Single or Double, with a sitting room that is fresh and cool in the summer, warm and cozy in the winter.

Hotel Ca's Català

Just a moment's  walk from downtown Santa Eulalia. Many fine coffee houses and restaurants featuring European cuisine, along with the English-style pubs and local tapas bars, provide welcome relaxation and enjoyment.

Nearby the clean sandy shore of the Mediterranean Sea offers warm sunshine the year round and aquatic sports from April to October. 

A modern tiled promenade provides for a morning jog or an evening walkabout.  

Shops and markets are well stocked and numerous, including medical services and pharmacies, one of which is open every Sunday.

About the island Ibiza, Spain

In the days of the Roman Empire, Ibiza was highly valued for its salt, figs and wine. 

Situated in the southern part of the western Mediterranean, the Algerian coast of north Africa could be seen, and sailing ships passing back and forth to the Straights of Gibraltar could also be monitored. 

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