Marco Polo II Hotel
The hotel Marco Polo II is situated at 100 m from the main beach of San Antonio and 200 m from the centre, surrounded by restaurants, bars and other
A very short walk away, you will find the beach and the famous zone of sunset bars (Café del Mar, Mambo etc.), with its marvelous sea view.
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Hotel Facilities & Policies
- 24 hour reception
- Air Conditioning
- Breakfast not included
- Outdoor Swimming Pool
- Safety Deposit Box
- Swimming Pool
- Taxes included
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 3 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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Aeropuerto de Ibiza-San Jos station
20.4 km about 25 mins
1.Head north toward Carretera de Ibiza-Aeropuerto 0.4 km
2.Sharp right at Carretera de Ibiza-Aeropuerto0.4 km
3.Turn left to stay on Carretera de Ibiza-Aeropuerto 0.2 km
4.Slight left to stay on Carretera de Ibiza-Aeropuerto 11 m
5.Turn right to stay on Carretera de Ibiza-Aeropuerto 10 m
6.Turn left to stay on Carretera de Ibiza-Aeropuerto 4 m
7.Turn left to stay on Carretera de Ibiza-Aeropuerto 12 m
8.Turn left to stay on Carretera de Ibiza-Aeropuerto 13 m
9.Turn left to stay on Carretera de Ibiza-Aeropuerto 5 m
10.Slight right at Carretera de sa Calata 2.7 km
11.Turn left at PM-803Go through 3 roundabouts 16.2 km
12.At the roundabout, take the 3rd exit onto C-731/Carretera de Ibiza-San Antonio de Portmani/Paseo de Fonts 0.3 km
13.Turn right at Calle de Santa Agnes/PM-812
14.Slight right at Calle del Progres/PM-812
San Antonio, an extremely popular tourist destination with a wide range of leisure and entertainment offers for all ages. On the Bay of San Antonio you have the chance to practice a whole variety of water sports, such as water skiing or take a ride on the famous 'Banana Boat'. During the evening, enjoy of the most popular discos in San Antonio, such as Eden, Es Paradis or Zoo Project, a former zoo, turned into a club, where most visitors are dressed up with animal theme.