A week in Ibiza, absolute bliss.My friends and I had a look at a few Ibiza rentals and decided on one that seemed like a really good deal. Extremely cheap, in the perfect spot for clubbing and night and recovering on the beach during the day and available just when we needed it, which was peak season. We couldn’t believe our luck.
We arrived at our rental apartment in the afternoon and didn’t pay too much attention to our surroundings, we just wanted to get out and explore. What a mistake that was. We arrived back to get ready for a night out and realized that the place was filthy. Stains on the bedding that I don’t even want to think about, a toilet that kept flushing by itself, towels that smelled like cat pee and not enough hot water for the braver among us to shower. I am sure their shower had never been cleaned so we ended up wearing our flip flops in there to make sure we didn’t end up with some contagious disease.
We did complain but it was like something out of Fawlty Towers, we were yelled at and told we were too fussy and that we didn’t know what we were talking about by the irate manager, who mumbled something about bloody tourists.
The next morning, feeling extremely seedy, we packed up and left this hellhole to find somewhere else that would have us. Luckily we did and it was great. When booking Ibiza apartments, be careful and be suspicious if it all seems too good to be true because chances are it is.