The Standard, Ibiza launches ahead of summer season

The Standard, Ibiza launches ahead of summer season

Brand opens second property in Europe after London

The Standard, Ibiza has officially opened and is welcoming its first guests. 

Located in the heart of Ibiza’s Old Town, just steps away from the waterfront and a 20-minute boat ride to Formentera, The Standard, Ibiza is situated on the site of a former movie theatre.

The hotel comprises 67 rooms and suites, including a private residence Casa Privada, an all-day restaurant serving farm-to-table food called Jara, and a rooftop pool and hideout called Up. Here, sweeping views over the city’s Castle of Ibiza provide a backdrop to tropical cocktails paired with light poolside snacks, including fresh ceviche and fish tacos. 

Standard International CEO Amber Asher commented: “Ibiza embodies the iconoclastic spirit that defines everything we do at The Standard — high style and an irrepressible sense of fun, passion and surprise. We’re delighted to make our mark on this singular place and thrilled to welcome our first guests to the hotel. This arrival feels like a homecoming.”


The property was conceived by acclaimed Spanish creator Lázaro Rosa-Violán, with interiors designed by The Standard’s in-house design team. Soft materials convey a sense of calm and comfort while layering and pattern work achieved with different textures and colours add to the warm and familiar ambiance.

The Standard, Ibiza guest room

The Standard, Ibiza also features one-of-a-kind murals by artist Nicolás Villamizar. Inspired by music and dance, the paintings are a celebration of island life.

Casa Privada is the perfect crossover between hotel and residence and is the ideal choice for a partial or full takeover for families and friends. A short walk from the hotel, there are 14 guest rooms set across the five floors including two Terrace Suites with outdoor tubs. Casa guests have access to a dedicated rooftop pool and bar, gym and a private lounge.

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