- It's quickly becoming the new St. Tropez as Ibiza steps out of its sticky-floor past of 4am nightclubs to become the new Mediterranean it-spot of celebrities and fashionistas. Ushuaia is a peek into Ibiza's future, accessed along a gravel road of winding sand dunes leading to a totem-pole flanked passageway that wards-out pimply adolescents and unfashionable German campers. Owned by Frenchman Yaan Pissenem and opened in early summer of 2009, Ushuaia is a Balinese meets Balearic visual playground created by the designer of La Maison de L'Elephant through an apparition of all-white day beds, Moroccan lanterns and white-glove eatery that doesn't mind if you show up topless. The beach club is divided between a white sand beach strewn with reservation-only loungers, indoor-outdoor dining room, fashion boutique, massage tent and groove lounge. Ushuaia is a destination day and night. An antonym of the theme park-loving, Irish-pub brawling area known as Playa D'en Bossa; chef Pedro Monje dazzles with a Mediterranean menu of sushi appetizers, seafood platters, salads, gourmet desserts and beachy appetizers. By night the space morphs to full nightclub status with late night lounge of international DJs like Bob Sinclar, Luciano and David Morales mixing throbbing techno anthems at weekly events and sandy soirees (Jetset Report.com).
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