The White Isle's newest opening will team beach club luxury with a family vibe
Holidays in Ibiza may conjure up visions of all-night parties and bouncing beach clubs – but why should the fun stop when you’ve got little ones in tow?
That’s exactly the attitude at Bam-Bu-Ku, an exciting new addition to the San Antonio scene that’s set to open this summer.
Just-released artist’s impression images give a taste of what the family-friendly beach club will look like – and it’s as luxe as you’d expect from the team behind the hugely successful O Beach Ibiza.
Plush sun beds offer a stylish place to soak up the sun, whilst chic bars and terraces provide a pleasant place to enjoy a drink or bite to eat.
Meanwhile, a striking colour palette of green, white and coral pink make for a backdrop worthy of any Instagram feed.
The stylish new beach club will also have a host of features aimed at creating a family-friendly atmosphere.
They include ‘Fam-Bu-Ku’ Sunday brunches. With a variety of unlimited food and drink options to suit all ages, plus entertainment and activities to keep kids happy, they’re sure to be a hit.
Certified childcare will also be available at the venue, so parents can enjoy themselves knowing their little ones are in good hands. For ultimate relaxation, massages can be arranged via the Bam-Bu-Ku team.
For those with a little more energy there’s FlowRider, a surf machine offering sessions and lessons for all abilities (although a height restriction of 110 centimetres applies).
The restaurant at Bam-Bu-Ku will open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, serving up tropical fusion cuisine. Alternatively, those who can’t bear to leave their lounger can make use of the bed-side personal waiter service.
Bam-Bu-Ku opens its doors on 1 May 2020, just in time for the White Isle’s 2020 season. To pre-book beds, brunch and FlowRider sessions, visit bambukuibiza.com.
Bed reservations start at €50 per bed, redeemable against food and drink purchases on the day. Fam-Bu-Ku Sunday brunch starts at €50 per adult. Children aged 3 – 17 are €30, and those aged two and under are free.