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Ibiza Winter Hotels - Hostel Mari, San Antonio

Want to come to Ibiza in the Winter but travelling on a budget? Family run Hostel Mari, San Antonio is the perfect answer!

Economically-priced, friendly and comfortable, Hostel Mari, located in the centre of San Antonio, often has guests returning year after year when they come to visit Ibiza.

The Mari family has been running this hostel for over forty years and pride themselves on offering a welcoming atmosphere and high quality of customer service.

Open all the year round, Hostel Mari is perfect for those travelling on a budget. There are approximately forty bright and airy rooms in total, all offering basic two-star comforts. Each has en-suite bathroom, television, direct dial telephone and some have balconies overlooking the street. For your winter break in Ibiza, Hostel Mari also offers hot (and cold!) air conditioning.

On the ground floor, you will find a bar and restaurant which is popular with guests and Ibiza locals alike, serving home-made Mediterranean and international cuisine, along with snacks and tapas every day. There is also a comfortable living room with satellite TV, and WiFi internet service is available. Hostel Mari offers private parking for its guests and also a cycle store for the safekeeping of bikes and other items.

Enjoying a prime location in a popular area of San Antonio, Hostel Mari is just 500 metres from the harbour and a short stroll from all of the town's shopping, dining and tourist attractions, including the famous Sunset Strip or West End. And as the bus station, providing connections to the other main towns and resorts on the island, is a mere few minutes walk away, this is the ideal base for your winter stay in Ibiza.

To Book or for More Information.

Please see Hostel Mari, San Antonio for all details and to make a reservation.

Wishing you a fantastic holiday!

Winter Ibiza

One of Ibiza's best kept secrets is the winter. Contrary to popular belief, the island has a comprehensive number of events and activities across the 'low season' months. Please see either our weekly online magazine updates or check our calendar, which is specifically updated for island visitors.

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