El Divino, Puerto Ibiza Nueva (tel. 97-131-83-38; www.eldivino-ibiza.com), is the most beautiful disco on Ibiza. Open daily in summer only, it prides itself on attracting supermodels and other celebs. Wear the most hip outfit you packed. The club is open midnight to 6am. Cover ranges from 25€ to 50€.
The crowd at the Montesol hotel bar, Vara de Rey 2 (tel. 97-131-01-61), a short walk from the harbor on the main street, tends to include expats, arriviste social climbers, and Spaniards along for the ride. If you enjoy people-watching, sit at one of the sidewalk tables. Montesol is open daily from 8am to 11pm.
Pachá, Av. 8 de Agosto s/n (tel. 97-193-21-30; www.pacha.com/ibiza), is one of Ibiza’s oldest discos but still has its groove on. Three bar areas and dance floors, open only in the summer, attract the young and not-so-young, the bored, and the jaded. Overheated dancers cool off in a pool. Cover is 40€ to 60€.
Opposite Pachá, everyone from supermodels to soccer stars floods into the Bombay Lounge, Av. 8 Agosto 23 (tel. 97-193-12-37; www.bombay-lounge.com), the top cocktail lounge in the city. Drink caipirinhas to a soundtrack of jazz, soul, and house. Light bites as well as burgers and fries are served until 2:30am. The club opens at 10pm, but the A-list comes after midnight. No cover.
The modern Casino de Ibiza, Carrettera Ibiza-San Antonio at the Juan XXIII Roundabout (tel. 97-131-33-12; www.casinoibiza.com), has gaming tables and slot machines; it’s open nightly 6pm to 5am. The adjoining nightclub and dining hall offer live cabaret entertainment between May and October, beginning at 11pm. Casino entrance is 6€. A passport is required for admission.
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