The Ultimate Girl’s Guide To Ibiza

Ibiza is an adult’s playground paradise. You can let loose. Be wild. There are so many things to do here. Fortunately, StyleCartel can recommend you hotspots we absolutely loved. We ate incredibly delicious seafood. And we listened to the best house music. Although I have a great playlist and I’m up for hire (kidding). I’ve had such a fabulous time on this Island.

1. LAYLAH – Sunday

LAYLAH defines the angel of the night. LAYLAH opened up in Talamanca recently this summer. Right next to infamous Pacha. It is definitely a great girl’s night here. Mingle if you are single. Speciality cocktails and delicious Mediterranean dishes. One of the hottest lounges to go too right before your rave. ​Where the magic takes hold.

2. Wi ki Woo Hotel – Monday

In San Antonio lies the most instagrammable place on earth Wi Ki Woo. Recognisable for it’s all pale pink and blue themed restaurant/hotel. Every girl’s wicked dreams come true. Save up your battery for this place because every corner is a potential selfie. It is love at first sight. They even have a beauty bar vending machine for all that girly stuff. Anything we ladies need Wi Ki Woo’s got us.

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3. Ibiza Rocks Hotel – Tuesday

Ibiza Rocks where all the coming of age teens stay at and party like no tomorrow. The most in-demand show is on Tuesday Craig David has a set TS5 (Tower Suite 5). One of the best events on Tuesday. Isn’t it fun to be in the Sun, Frozen Daiquiris and listen to amazing tunes? The best section is the VIP. In VIP you get the best view of Craig David and couches/beds to lay on. ​All energy from start to finish ?⁣⁣ ⁣Craig David presents TS55 goes off every week!

4. Cafe Mambo – Tuesday Night

The iconic pre-party spot is Cafe Mambo. Anyone you ever encounter on the island recommends discovering Cafe Mambo. Cafe Mambos ambience is relaxed, delicious mouth-watering dishes, and relaxing house music to enjoy. The crowd is a mix of families, couples, hen parties and vacationers like us. Additionally, it is a kid-friendly place. Cafe Mambo has an impeccable sunset. You could watch the boats dock as well. If you want sea-side tables the average rate is 100 euros per person. I suggest reserving those tables in advance because they do reserve rather quickly.

Your table is ready! We Can’t wait for sunset dining this Summer ?

6. Cotton Beach Club Ibiza – Thursday

Luxury Cotton Beach Club is a top-notch fine dining Mediterranean restaurant. Located on the Clifton of Cala Tarida. Famous for its scenic sunsets and views overlooking the Azure Sea. The ambience and DJ’s mix is something no one can beat. It is a very relaxing, cosy, yet still high-end spectrum. Yet, they do have Champagne Lunches for those day party go-ers. Cotton Beach Club will make you worship this island. A PSA: Dear Future Husband; propose to me here.

5. O-Beach Ibiza – Wednesday, Friday & Saturday

O-Beach takes the crown for the best pool party in the world, fine dining and overall experience. Located down by Sant Antoni de Portmany beach. The best house music to listen to except Thursday’s is Hip-Hop, Dancehall, Reggae. My favourite night was on Wednesday night. Also If you’re looking for VIP treatment, fabulous experience O-Beach is the one to go. Dress fabulous and be ready to have a good time with their entertainment.



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Nejilka Arias

Born and raised in New York City, Nejilka is first generation American in her Dominican heritage. Nejilka explores the style expressions of femininity & masculinity. To her style is something highly personal. She isn’t afraid of being herself and changing up her look. With her quirky personality and unique style she has gained recognition from the fashion industry. In 2020, Sorbet Magazine named her as one of the creatives to watch.