Dear valued guests,
Thank you for your loyalty and continued support during these tumultuous times.
At Nobu Ibiza Bay we have always strived to create a setting that seamlessly blends the beautiful energies of Ibiza, creating a haven of wellbeing for our guests from around the world. During this unprecedented time, we continue to place the wellbeing of our customers and team at the heart of everything we do.
The hotel is now closed for season 2020.
Please note that cancelations to existing reservations will be subject to the contracted cancelation policy. Changes are subject to availability, confirmation, and any differences in the room rate.
The number of active cases in Ibiza and Formentera is 619, Hospitalised: 36 (+11 ) Intensive care: 5
The Ibiza and Formentera Health Area confirms that all the new cases of COVID-19 are people in a mild or asymptomatic state. Two of the new infected belong to Formentera.
The increase in cases is closely related to the number of PCRs that are currently being done to detect more positives early.
Since the beginning of the pandemic, Can Misses Hospital doubled the number of beds available, from 240 to 435, and from 12 to 44 for intensive care, 22 of which are dedicated exclusively to patients with Covid-19.
This summer is different from most but even more beautiful. The majority of cafes, restaurants, beach clubs, shops, and markets have re-opened while respecting the new hygiene and safety measures. While there are no clubs open for dancing, there are some excellent shows such as the cabaret dinner shows and other restaurants and bars including Nobu have DJs and live music to entertain diners. Outdoor adventure sports and boat charters are more popular than ever, as visitors enjoy experiencing the natural beauty of Ibiza.
Our resort is isolated from the general public. As such, we have complete control over who we permit to enter our resort. We would like to reassure that we are entirely focused on the experience of our guests and our priority, always, is your health and safety. We are adhering to the latest information, protocols and tools from the world’s leading health experts and government authorities in response to growing concerns from travellers regarding COVID-19.
Spain lifted border controls with all European Union member states from 21 June, the end of the state of alarm, and will no longer impose quarantine on visitors.
All regions of Spain have completed the phases for transitioning to the new normality once the crisis caused by the pandemic is less severe. On 9 June, the Spanish government approved the Royal Decree-Law on urgent containment and coordination measures to deal with the COVID-19 public health crisis, which establishes the regulations to be followed from 21 June. These measures include, in relation to tourism:
•The mandatory use of face masks by persons over 6 years of age on public roads, outdoors and in enclosed spaces for public use, provided that it is not possible to maintain a social distance of at least 1.5 meters. Exceptions are made for persons with disabilities or respiratory illnesses, as well as when practicing sports or eating. Their use is also mandatory on public transport, by air, sea and rail, and in private vehicles, if the occupants do not live together at the same address. Failure to comply with this measure will result in a penalty of up to 100 euros.
• Hotels and tourist accommodation, hotels and restaurants, shops, as well as cultural, entertainment, and other recreational and sports centers shall ensure that crowds are avoided in common areas, and shall guarantee that customers and workers maintain a minimum interpersonal distance of 1.5 meters. Appropriate hygiene measures shall be observed in these establishments to prevent risks of contagion.
• Free mobility throughout the territory and travel between provinces will be allowed.
• Bars are allowed to be open until 1 am however service on bar counter closes at 10pm.
• Smoking is only permitted on guests' bedroom terraces.
In case of travel restrictions reservations with restricted conditions such as prepayment or non-refundable will be waived using current deposit as accommodation credit for the new stay.
We recommend booking an airport transfer with one of our preferred partners.
All drivers are trained and instructed to keep conversation to a minimal level. They will be wearing a face mask and gloves. The cars are duly disinfected after every guest´s journey.
The hotel has developed a prevention and protection programme "Safe with us" focused on providing care, confidence and comfort to our guests, employees and residents within the new COVID-19 environment. This includes a comprehensive sanitisation programme adhering to the latest information, protocols and tools from the world’s leading health experts and government authorities.
We ask that you to please remain vigilant during your stay with us, and immediately report any symptoms of COVID-19 infection (runny nose, high fever, dry cough and flu-like symptoms) to one of our associates, who will then contact the medical authorities.
There are COVID-19 testing and quarantine facilities located in Ibiza Hospital Can Misses. Our hotel is well equipped to deal with all emergency situations including a local outbreak of COVID-19.
Our Reservations team is available to answer any questions you may have concerning upcoming bookings or travel arrangements. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us by phone T. 34-971-192222 or email firstname.lastname@example.org and we will do our best to help you with any concerns you may have regarding your holiday.