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A More Seductive Side of Staying in Ibiza

Your Private Rooftop Cabana Is Missing You

By Sarah Freeman ·
323fe02500895ec9d32337151527451c6 PhotosSir Joan Hotel
Ibiza.

It’s not just about all-night clubbing and posing for pictures in your bathing suit.

Sometimes it’s about poolside plum-wine spritzes and really good beef, too.

If you’re staying at Sir Joan Hotel, a light, breezy new place for kicking back poolside, roofside and bedside in Ibiza. Check out the slideshow.

You’ll get a pick of 38 rooms at this boutique of illuminated blocks. Whichever you choose, you’ll have a balcony. Unless you get a suite. Then you’ll have two balconies. Either way, get the Sir Penthouse.

Then direct your attention to the A3 wagyu coming hot off the robata at their restaurant, Izakaya. It’ll be vying for your attention, as will a Benedict burger at this place called the Butcher. Decisions, decisions. Okay, decided. You’ll do a jasmine cocktail by the azure-tiled pool.

Leaving the hotel isn’t imperative. Though there are day trips to go horseback riding along the secluded paths of the northern coast and sunset yoga on Benirrás Beach. You’ll have to figure out if it’s worth potentially missing a world-renowned DJ playing the hotel’s lounge.

At the end of the day, retreat with your date to that penthouse. It’s considered the highest hotel room on the island. And after one look at the private rooftop terrace, complete with its open kitchen and cabana, you’ll probably agree it’s one of the best.

Cabanas can be so persuasive.

Sarah Freeman is often accused of hiding secrets in her hair. She can make any cocktail, as long as that cocktail is a rye Old Fashioned, and has never met a saison she didn’t like.

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