Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel is the new shining star of Playa d'en Bossa since its opening in 2011. Located just opposite Space, this hotel offers stylish accommodation and an exciting events program.
Ushuaïa has made a name for itself championing huge DJ names, amazing stage production, glamourous dancers and attendees and a fantastically placed VIP section; in a few short years it has become one of the most famous venues in Ibiza. With the exception of the opening and closing parties (which continue indefinitely into the night) Ushuaïa opens around 3-5pm in the afternoon and closes at midnight. By providing a rare opportunity to see some of the biggest headliners on the island as the sun is still setting, Ushuaïa has become an important force in returning the long-held tradition of daytime clubbing back to the island.
In 2013 Ushuaïa expanded to include the luxurious Ibiza Tower, which is primarily for luxury accommodation but also holds some quality parties around the Ushuaïa Tower pool venue. Parties at Ushuaïa Tower are always free, though a door policy does apply so its best to dress up. These are also afternoon events, though they are able to carry on a bit later than at Ushuaïa Club. The Ushuaïa Tower also has another 'hidden' venue at its summit; the rooftop houses a stylish bar dubbed the Flight Area. Parties held at the flight area are exclusive and exhilarating - the view is something else!
Famous for: outdoor daytime clubbing, the pool, amazing light shows.
How to get there: €25 cab from San Antonio, €10 cab from Ibiza town. Disco buses run along both these routes at night.
Popular parties: F*** Me I'm Famous, Avicii, Loco Dice presents Used and Abused, Sasha's Never Say Never (Ushuaïa Tower)
Where to stay: Hotels in Playa den Bossa
The Ants resident and highly regarded producer talks about his production process, his new album ‘Music Over Matter’ and about the artists from which he inherited his passion for techno.
Who needs a rollercoaster with a line-up like this?
The rowdy capitulation of a quality season.
The 'hardest working man in techno business' steps up.
Carl Cox breathes the fresh air of Dice's open air residency.
Catch the former Phonica Records employee at Used + Abused on September 19th.
Jordan Smith gives Timo Maas a surprise interview for breakfast.
Ushuaïa keeps its feet dry for the rest of the season.
A limited offer you can't refuse...
One of this summer’s regulars talks about leaving Cadenza, his early influences and the existence of the underground.
Axwell and Sebastian Ingrosso lay claim to the Wednesday night spot at Ushuaïa.
If Ushuaïa had a roof it would be blown clean off...