A sexy, stylish steakhouse that, post-midnight, has its tables turned for a super-luxe nightclub to come to play is anyone’s winner. STK stands out for its high-octane yet cheeky spirit. Famous worldwide for its suited and booted clientele, jetsetters and VIPs, STK is every bit as decadent as its cosmopolitan crowd. With its prime location of Marina Botafoch, a photo backdrop that awaits the entrance and brawny doormen ready to open your door, you’d be forgiven for thinking the paparazzi were after you. Inside, the air is always ravenously electric.
Like a scene from a lustrous music video, flashlights dot the glossy floor and projections bounce off towering, iridescent walls. At STK eye-candy is to be found everywhere and that doesn’t include the power-hungry singers or sequinned dancers. TEN Ibiza, the promoters behind Lio, Heart and Pacha, bring their glamorous night-time concepts to this sizzling dancefloor. Expect White Isle legends turning it up with Balaeric-house and sass-kissed disco beats; grab one of their signature cocktails and you’ll be staying much longer than intended.
Full of star-studded energy, STK is a global brand yet its Ibiza location is unlike anywhere else. Think Essex-glam when it comes to dress-code and glitzy yet playful entertainment. Disco-ball headed dancers and fiery dancers busting a move to uplifting anthems make STK a place to celebrate. Not forgetting, the “Giant Cocktails” featuring 3L porn star martinis! To top things off, STK boasts a sunset terrace with direct views over Dalt Vila.
Where is STK?
A short drive away from Ibiza Town, STK sits near the yacht-filled harbour of Marina Botafoch. In a taxi it’ll cost €10 from the town. From San Antonio it’s about €30 and Playa D’en Bossa €15.
Can I stay near STK?
STK is conjoined to Hotel Ibiza Corso meaning you don’t have to even lift a finger, if you don’t want to. Enveloped further by a range of hotels, choose from Hotel Rocamar and OD Ocean Drive all just a shot walk away.
How much does it cost at STK?
Entry is usually free up until a certain time, typically 2am, with tickets thereafter at a cost of around €15. Expect to pay €10-12 for a glass of wine, €9 for a beer and €15 for a cocktail. The Giant Cocktails range from €95-200.