Ushuaia Ibiza Beach Hotel has been a shining star in 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.
Ushuaïa has now expanded to include the luxurious Ushuaïa Ibiza Tower next door with stunning exterior decor, which is primarily for luxury accommodation with another gorgeous pool area and lounge terrace at the very top with spectacular views across the island.
Famous for: outdoor daytime clubbing, the pool, amazing light shows and the world's biggest DJs.
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, ANTS, Axwell Ingrosso & Friends, I Am Hardwell and Armin Van Buuren's A State Of Trance.
Where to stay: Hotels in Playa den Bossa
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Music is the antswer. Who cares what the question is.
Armin Van Buuren sends forth trance and lasers from the middle of Ushuaïa's lagoon.
Nervo for Nervo Nation, the baddest babes in EDM.
Another day, another closing party.
A royal flushing of beats by Joris Voorn and Nic Fanciulli.
A serious anthem packer to say goodbye.
FΛrewell for now, Ushuaïa.
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Ushuaïa lays on the sonic soup to kick start BBC Radio 1's 20th birthday weekender.
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Creamfields, BBC Radio 1 and more during the busiest and craziest week of the summer.
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