NOTE: I visited the Blue Marlin in summer 2011 and I had to say that a lot of locals told me to erase the Blue Marlin from Petite Passport. The audience is tacky and always in search for a famous soccer player. I saw girls on 11.30 am with a bikini combined with high heels – and a lot of Dutchies (the owner is Dutch). If you’re into a day a decadence: go! But if you’re searching for pristine Ibiza, go somewhere else. Oh, and I heard the beds can go up to 500 euro per day.
My friend, and PR representative for FUSE Marketing, Trees Korstanje likes to see the world. In 2010 she went to Bali, Ibiza and Madeira. On Ibiza she did some sightseeing for Petite Passport:
Most striking feature:
“The details. Why use lamps if you can hang some chandeliers in the trees? And the signs for the toilets are too cute: for the men Neptune – god of the sea – and for us women a mermaid. Buddha’s are all over the place – especially at the entrance. Two huge ones wait on your arrival. There is an active lounge system that depends on the money you will spend. For a simple beachbed you’ll pay 15 euro, for a huge daybed 100 euro (but you can use it with three friends).”
Check out: www.bluemarlinibiza.com
Thank you Trees!