Ibiza’s largest spa, the world’s most expensive restaurant, and rooms fit for rock stars: Inside the first Hard Rock Hotel to open in Europe where a night costs £1,400
Five-star hotel is gearing up for huge opening weekend in June
The Playa d’en Bossa resort has announced soft-launch phase
First Hard Rock Hotel in Europe has 493 rooms and will host live music
Suites boast outdoor Jacuzzis, private pools and ocean-front balconies
By CAROL DRIVER | DailyMail UK
Luxury hotel: Inside the Studio Suite Platinum, which boasts a balcony
And relax: One of the Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza’s swimming pool – complete with a bottle of champagne
These are the first pictures inside the first Hard Rock Hotel to open in Europe – where prices for suites will cost guests up to £1,400 a night.
Located on the party island of Ibiza, the five-star resort is now taking bookings, gearing up for its official grand opening celebration on June 13.
As well as boasting Ibiza’s largest spa, the hotel – in Playa d’en Bossa – is also home to Sublimotion – the most expensive restaurant in the world at £1,235 a head.
At the property, Hard Rock International’s 20th hotel, guests can choose to stay in one of the 493 rooms, boasting private pools, ocean-front balconies and outdoor Jacuzzis.
The most exclusive rooms include the Rock Suite Legend – complete with Bob Marley memorabilia – as well as the two-bedroom rooftop Rock Star Suite, which boasts beachfront views, living and dining room, two bathrooms, a private outdoor terrace and a private Jacuzzi.
VIP services, including access to some of Ibiza’s most exclusive clubs and restaurants, will also be offered to guests.
High-end holiday: The Hard Rock Gold suite boasts a bathtub with a beach view
New opening: The pool-view Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza suites which boasts their own sunloungers
Garden suite: An alfresco chill-out area where guests can enjoy a glass of bubbly
The hotel boasts two swimming pools with swim-up bars, private cabanas and attentive poolside service.
True to the musical roots of its location, Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza will offer live music and DJ performances including on its 2,500-guest outdoor concert terrace.
Artists already lined-up to play this summer include Ellie Goulding, UB40, Snoop Dogg and Robin Thicke.
And the opening party in June features Grammy-Award winning artist Nile Rodgers.
When it comes to food, Hard Rock Ibiza is going all-out to impress its guests.
On the rocks… a balcony view over the beach from one of the luxury rooms at the new hotel
Modern design: The Rock Suite Platinum with neon lighting and a beachfront view
Fresh look: The resort is the first Hard Rock Hotel to open in Europe
Sublimotion – two Michelin-star chef, Paco Rancero’s newest creation, offers diners a 20-course ‘an experience for all of the senses’.
While restaurants include The Beach Club, with Mediterranean cuisine; Estado Puro serving tapas; breakfast eatery Sessions; 3rd Half, a sports bar and lounge; and The Ninth Sky Lounge, an enormous, rooftop sky lounge featuring spectacular panoramic views over the Mediterranean coastline.
Hamish Dodds, chief executive officer of Hard Rock International, said: ‘The synergies between Hard Rock’s key differentiator, music, and Ibiza’s distinguished scene as a famed cultural centre for electronic dance sound and a renowned hub for international artists make for a perfect marriage.
‘We look forward to enhancing the destination’s celebrated nightlife bringing unmatched hospitality to our new location on the beautiful shore of Playa d’en Bossa.’
Soak with a view: Gold suite guests can sip a glass of champagne while lounging in the bath in their hotel suite
Live like a rock star: Inside one of the Platinum luxury hotel suites at the Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza
Good enough to share: A twin bed with ensuite bathroom inside a Deluxe Silver room