Together Week Ibiza Review: Are Package Holidays Ever Worthwhile?

As Together Week have just released their early bird Ibiza packages for next year, I thought it was time to do a review of the experience I had with them in June earlier this year (2016). While it seems a little too good to be true, rest assure it’s not a scam. When we first saw a package for five nights in Ibiza for £199, we were convinced it was a hoax and spent days googling different reviews to try to put our minds at rest. It’s completely trustworthy. The organization was pioneered in 2011 and they also run similar packages to Majorca and Barcelona.

It is good value for money, but don’t let that fool you into thinking that you’ll pay the £239* and that’ll be your trip paid for. Aside from all of the add-ons (with entry to the clubs averaging around €30-40), the transport to various clubs is also going to cost you. Together Week provide shuttle buses to the venues, but these aren’t free. The drink prices in clubs are also ridiculous. As if the entry prices weren’t enough, we couldn’t help but laugh when we were charged €18 for a tiny bottle of water. The water from the tap comes from the sea, so there’s no escaping succumbing to the ludicrous prices unless you manage to sneak in your own bottle. It’s worth a try, the worst they can do is confiscate it and then you’ve only lost €1. Alcoholic drinks are even more extortionate so your best bet is to make sure you pre-drink A LOT before you go out.

* Looking at their website, the prices for 2017 seem to have risen in comparison to previous years, no idea why. This is also the cheapest package, prices vary throughout the season.


We were so lucky with our accommodation. We had booked our package for three people, but they gave us a four person room. Two practically adjoining rooms, with four beds, and a balcony (we paid about £20 extra for the balcony). Considering the price, it was definitely worth it. The hotel was decent, and there was a breakfast buffet included in the price. There was also a small pool, and bar/restaurant. It was annoying that they didn’t let you take any of your own drinks/food to the pool, obviously to encourage you to use their facilities, but prices weren’t too bad. Next year, I plan to stay somewhere like Jet Apartments or Ushuaia, but it was comforting to be able to relax by the pool during the day before heading back out again at night. I imagine at the more party oriented places, chill time is a laughable concept!



Arrived and checked in, after accidentally being taken to the wrong hotel from the airport. Settled into our room.

They have a ‘Welcome Party’ by the pool which we decided to admire from our balcony as it didn’t look very busy. At around 1am we paid an additional €40 to join them to go to Space Sundays.


During the day we attended the Holi colour paint party wich was included with the package. Make sure you bring clothes with you that you don’t mind potentially ruining! It was staged in an abandoned zoo (the place that is usually home to Zoo Project).

There was the option to go to with the group to Sankeys for an additional price, but instead we went to the strip in San Antonio which was conveniently located a five minute walk from the hotel. I noticed this drew more of a younger crowd than the club scene in Ibiza and had more of a Magaluf feel to it. My favourite bars were definitely the 80s/90s bar and Soul City.


We skipped the Pool Party at Jet Apartments (which I regret now) to head to the beach and check out the cute stalls and bars along the harbour.

Tuesday night is Together at Amnesia (tickets included with the package) and we got to see Rudimental, Gorgon City and Wilkinson. Probably my favourite night of the week, despite the stress beforehand. Basically, there was a large group of us who were waiting at the allocated time to depart to Amnesia and the promoters had already left. Thankfully, we still managed to get in, but other people weren’t so lucky as they only had a limited amount of wristbands when we finally caught up with them at the door.



There was a Boat Party during the day-time but we decided to skip this as there was a lengthy delay in the boat arriving and it would’ve meant us missing the Ibiza Rocks event we’d planned to go to later that evening. We spoke with the promoters before making this decision, to check that we wouldn’t miss out on too much but compared to other boat parties, it did seem somewhat lacking. It was my first time in Ibiza, so I’m not the best of judges, but others said that in comparison to those ran by the likes of Ibiza Rocks, that it was kind of lacklustre. For example, they didn’t provide any activities alongside, such as the usual banana boat rides

We could’ve gone to Pacha (price included in package) but instead we decided to head to Ibiza Rocks to watch Fuse OD and Lethal Bizzle.



Ocean Beach Club Party – we skipped this to go and hang out at Ushuaia early in preparation for the DJ set later on.

Sunset Strip was included for Thursday evening but as mentioned, we decided to purchase the add on to go to Ushuaia instead.


Checked out and spent the last few hours by the pool before flying home in the evening. Would definitely recommend getting a later flight home so you don’t have to stress about an early departure when you’re out on Thursday night. Maybe have a drink on the plane home to soothe your post-holiday blues. Or just refuse to except that it’s over, and continue your self delusion by heading back out the minute you land back home (convenient, since you fly back on a Friday).


Overall, it was a great week, but you do have to be very organized. I suppose we could’ve taken more advantage of the free events on offer, but a lot of the time we simply weren’t aware that a daytime event had already started and by then, it was too late to join. Make sure you double-check all of the event times and departure schedules of shuttle buses as they can be subject to change. The promoters can be a little flaky and won’t take responsibility for those who lag behind or misunderstand instructions.

The atmosphere was pretty good, but it wasn’t as sociable as I expected it to be. Even if we were taken somewhere as a group, on arrival everyone went their separate ways. The promoters definitely could’ve done more to encourage more of a group mentality. While the opening parties were still amazing, next time I’d definitely opt to go later in the season when it’s in full flow and there are better acts.

If you’re interested, head to Together Week’s Website to secure your tickets here

Bring on Ibiza 2017!

12 thoughts on “Together Week Ibiza Review: Are Package Holidays Ever Worthwhile?”

  1. This article was exactly what me and my friends needed. This will be our first year visiting the island and we are super stoked. a little confused about the cover charges, are they included? regardless, great read.


    1. Thank you! I’m glad you found it helpful. The clubs that specifically form part of the itinerary provided by the Together Week package are included, for example the Tuesday night at Amnesia or the Wednesday night at Pacha among others. Usually, there is at least one event a day that is included in the price you’ve already paid. If you want to do something contrary to the itinerary or an additional thing then you have to pay, for example Sunday at Space wasn’t included in the price but was an ‘add on’ so they would give us tickets and the coach ride there for around €40.


  2. Thanks for the article! Gives you a real idea what it will be like. 🙂 could you give an estimate how much you need to take with you for spending money for a week? We are planning yo travel there for the last week on June.


    1. Hey! It really depends on the kind of the thing that you want to do. If you want to go to the big nightclubs every night that aren’t offered as part of the package then you’re looking at budgeting round about €100 a day to cover entry, drinks before, drinks inside and food. Then again, if you stick to what is offered as part of the plan and pre drink, then you can probably get by on about €30-40. Hope that helps!


    1. Well it’s not technically a scam as it is a *real* company providing a *real* holiday package. If the content and organisation of said package is up to everyone’s standards is a totally different question, but I think that is often the case with cheap inclusive holidays. I take it you had a bad experience? What happened? Thanks for reading!


      1. Is a ‘real’ company non responsive? Would a ‘real’ company change hotel the day before? Yet when you check with the hotel they have NEVER even heard of your booking or the company together travel! This page is promoting a FALSE experience.


      2. A real company, yes. A badly organised one? Maybe also yes. I can only talk about my own experience that I had with them, and the experience of friend. I’m not promoting a false experience, I’m reflecting on *my* experience. I am sorry that you had a bad experience though.


  3. After having a holiday where we waited around for tickets and missed out on a few parties, like Pacha, as the rep did not show up, we tried getting in touch with the company to no avail. After emailing and calling the company multiple times, they are non responsive after not providing all the promised tickets. Not even a response email to say they’re sorry. Please be careful with them.


  4. You should take this page down! This company is ripping off young people. Look at their Facebook page at their comments. Numerous young people have been ripped off. If you wish to discuss further. Please send me an email.


    1. Hi Georgia. Sorry if you had a negative experience but I won’t be taking this page down as it’s simply reflective of my own experience. It’s not advertising anything and it’s not connected to them, just an honest review of my own trip which was a little haphazard and frustrating in parts but, overall, still a good time.


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