- Reviews: 4
Seabank All-inclusive Resort Hotel: Malta All-inclusive Resort in Offseason
Four week stay in January and February 2014. Made all arrangements directly with the hotel via Internet. The staff, many of whom were young, Eastern Europeans, were very friendly, helpful, and skilled in what they were assigned to do. The food, drink, and service were very good and there was no limit. The entertainment was nice, but is, I am sure, somewhat better in season. The clients at the hotel were almost all British or German, and almost all retired individuals on extended winter holidays. The four of us traveling together were the only North Americans among the 200 or so in residence. On the weekends, and especially on Valentine's weekend, the population expanded to full capacity 1,000. The "extras" were Maltese families having an outing. It was fun to observe but we were glad when we went to Monday breakfast and did not have to search for a seat or stand on line at the buffets. The location of the hotel is in Mellieha near the northwestern tip of the island. It was about a 45 minute bus ride to Valletta and the other urban areas. But bus rides were relative cheap and comfortable. A full day ticket was 1.5 Euro. We took only one escorted tour while there -- a nine-hour tour of the island of Gozo. The four of us had exclusive use of a minibus, driver, and tour guide for 340 Euro. the best sand beach in Malta is just across a major highway from the hotel, but there is a stop light controlled crossing. Not much commercial activity nearby except for hotels, but remember what I said about the buses. A great, relaxing, unstructured holiday.
The hotel has seven restaurants, two bars, a spa, an indoor pool and an outdoor pool, an entertainment "dome", a retail store, and even a special program and area for kids. Guided tours of the islands can be booked at desks in the lobby. It is very busy and crowded in the summer and fall, but relatively sparsely occupied in the winter.
- Reviews: 53
Intercontinental Resort: Good location for things to do
The Intercontinental Resort is in a great location for things to do. There is a mall and souvenir shopping just outside the door. There are tickets to tour buses, tour boats and other adventures. Casinos, shops and eatery's are all relatively closes walking distances.
The Staff are amazing and helpful. Always friendly and willing to help you out if the need arises.
Good view from the upper floors and the club level. There is a beach located approximately a half block away.
We always felt safe and taken care of.
- Reviews: 871
Belmont Court Apartments: Self catering apartments
A newly build Apartments, modern interior with kitchenette and utensils every apartments has a small lobby, the access to the lobby is through the slide window in the bedroom, the bathroom is quite big with bathtub. There's a washing machine in the bathroom as well, for tenants who like to do the laundry we haven't used it we only here for 4 days
The free wifi is super fast
The complex has 5 floor apartments in different size, we have one bedroom which is enough space for two persons
The center of Buggiba is about 20 minutes walk, we have a car so it's only 5 min with a car
Just 30 minutes drive from the airport of Malta
We have a late night check-in I think it was almost midnight when we arrive at the complex the concierge is very friendly, she knows we'll arriving at midnight in Malta and she was still awake waiting for us
It was pretty late and she still make time to show us around and explain how everything worked inside the apartments
Except there is no private parking
It's clean and has even a laundry machine which we haven't need it anyway
Modern furnish and has a wifi which is working pretty good
It's only 5 minutes drive to the center
- Reviews: 249
Park Lane Aparthotel: Recommended but needs a spruce up
The Park Lane was a comfortable place to stay with friendly efficient staff. The breakfasts were excellent and the evening meals very good. Our room and the reception area were slightly worn and didn't fully reflect its 4 star status. We were shown another room which had been refurbished and was lovely but it was a room rather than the suite we wanted. If you decide to stay here do ask for a refurbished room if this is important to you. All things considered, the pros well outweigh the cons and we enjoyed our week's stay very much.
The view from the rooftop pool area is spectacular. The pool itself is very small but more than adequate for sunning and a cool dip.
- Reviews: 778
Hotel Plevna.: A nice hotel in Sliema.
I spent five days at this hotel full board.
I was given a small, but nice room with bathroom en suite and two small balconies with some chairs.
Each meal were buffet style and there was lot of food to choose from. Unfortunately at times, when some food was over the personnel didn' t replenish the buffet. So that the guests who arrived quite late for lunch or dinner weren' t able to have all the dishes included on the menu. I don' t know why I didn' t complained about this thing with the hotel' s boss.
There is a bus stop some two minutes from the hotel. It was convenient to take a bus to Valletta. Unfortunately I wasn' t able to get to this bus stop every time I returned from Valletta or somewhere else. I had to get off the bus on the Strand (a long promenade) and then walk for some15 minutes uphill to the hotel.
The food was good.
The hotel isn' t far from the beach.
Free of charge internet.
- Reviews: 1
The George Boutique Hotel: Great little central hotel
This hotel is bang in the middle of it all. Being new we expected some issues but everything went smoothly and the staff are great at helping out. Our room was very spacious and clean and everything worked as it should. The public areas had fast and free WiFI and some cool looking touch screen PC’s. We would recommend this hotel to anyone that wants to be located in a central part of the island.
- Reviews: 384
Solana Hotel: Great value
At the top of the hill in Mellieha is the Solana. We paid just over 200 UK pounds for a double suite. (7 nights)
The food here is pretty steep in price but very tasty
Try to avoid the rooms on the front. Great little balcony but very noisy traffic 24 hours a day
We found it cheaper to book through www.hotelsclick.com than directly through the hotel website
- Reviews: 74
Antonio's: Accommodation for Long Holiday
Well I haven't actually stayed in this accommodation as I normally stay at my own house, unless I've hopped over to the other island of Gozo, but I recently learnt about this is brand new 'penthouse', which is available to anyone wanting to spend a few months in Malta in one of the loveliest areas of the island. It's not too far from the water and a nice promenade for a long and pleasant walk in summer or in winter. Check out the link below which leads to a beautiful website containing more information about the accommodation.
- Reviews: 1
Taranea-spray-charter: God Sailing
Verry god vallue for the monney, and is in the middle of the" Venice"of the north(scandinavia)
We take a litle charter whis a sailboot for one week the name is S/Y Taranea-Spray and vi have a verry good weeck.If you will sailing in the swedish arcipelargo, loock to this boatname on the net,verry god value for everyone .
- Reviews: 535
Westin Dragonara: Great Location
We had a great time at the Westin. Our room was more then spacious for the four of us, and our view from the balcony was fantastic. The people at the hotel were very helpful in terms of planning our days activities. They also had kids activities at the hotel, although our kids were not too interested in letting me and wife explore the island on our own. The hotel was walking distance from some very good restaurants and nightlife.
Overall, we were very happy with both the hotel and the service.
- Reviews: 1189
Osborne Hotel: Osborne Hotel
The Osborne gets a mixed review from me. The location is brilliant, not far from Triq il-Repubblika, and the rooms are comfortable and clean with ensuite bathroom, coffee making facilities and plasma TV. The staff are friendly, attentive and welcoming and the rooftop terrace has great views over the city.
Now the bad side...the room we were given had no windows!!!! Didn’t mind too much at first so didn’t ask to change but after a while it got annoying, especially waking up in the morning...didn’t know what time of the day or night it might be and couldn’t even tell what the weather was like. Spoilt what would have been a fine room.
The other less than satisfactory thing was the breakfast which really wasn’t great. I’m not a great breakfast eater most of the time, but after paying for it as part of the room I wasn’t too impressed with the offerings. The bar too wasn’t great and poorly staffed...plus I love my coffee, so when paying €2 for a coffee in a hotel bar I expect more than luke warm instant coffee in a thimble sized cup!
The roof top terrace could be so much better. Apart from the ridiculously small ‘pool’ the terrace does have promise if they put out a few chairs and tables. The sun loungers aren’t the most comfortable things to sit on.
Having said all that, the hotel was very reasonably priced for a double room and was ideally located in Valletta and close to the bus terminal. We don’t spend too long in our accommodation anyway so we were generally happy with the hotel. Could be worse...could be better.
Ah yeah...have to add in my usual gripe over internet access. Why is it that in budget accommodation and hostels, internet access is nearly always free but in supposedly upmarket hotel accommodation you are nearly always charged for this service?...doesn’t make sense to me!
- Reviews: 1389
Sliema Chalet Hotel, Sliema: a three star hotel
Sliema Chalet Hotel is located along the seafront Promenade in Sliema. It is a three star hotel with basic amenities and facilities. The hotel has approximately 60 well-furnished rooms spread over seven floors. It was constructed in 1994.
Among its basic amenities and facilities are meeting rooms, swimming pool, car rental services, television, mini-bar, air-conditioned rooms, laundry services, non-smoking rooms, wheelchair accessible, complimentary coffee/tea maker, high speed internet access, photocopy services and gift shop.
Conveniently located along seafront Promenade and close to the beach which is suitable for swimming.
- Reviews: 1
Horizon Apartments in Gozo: bad bad bad
i'd like to comment about the horizon apartments seeing that there's no feedback section on their website. I have just come from Gozo after spending a weekend there. While i cannot comment about the calmness which surrounds the apartment I can surely complain about the way we've been treated when we called to let the owners know that we didnt have any hot water. after being told that we were the ones to blame, no one came to check or at least called to see if we fixed the problem, leaving us for three days without hot water.just hot steam and plaster falling of the gyzer. Not to mention that on our departure day the owners came to chuck us out with the speed of light taking off the sheets on the bed when we still had our belongings. I do feel very disappointed even so cause this didnt happen with just our apartment but others who were staying in the different apartments complained about other things, such as the oven which didnt work, lights going out and all sorts of things which are unacceptable when we pay so much and in advance.as it is right now not a penny would be worth spending on such a rude and careless attitude.
- Reviews: 150
Corinthia palace: Corinthia palace Attard
Fantastic!!! The best Hotel in Malta I have stayed in.
The rooms are large the bed was huge very clean very well maintained the hotel was being refurbished our half hadn't been done but it was great anyway.
The food was fantastic the service was first rate.
The Corinthia palace also has a large spa and gym we didn't use them because we just don't but a lot of people did.
The free buses go to Sliema and Valletta during the day we sometimes used them and we also used the local buses because the stops where only a short walk away.
service and food and large rooms with large balconies.
- Reviews: 1
hotel roma: sliema hotel
hotel roma is just off tower road right at the top end before the town centre.the hotel has got a steep set of stairs up to the reception but if you go into the bar underneath the hotel next to the toilets there is a lift so it saves you carrying your suitcases up a flight of stairs..when i stopped in sept 07 they were still making the bar area so i dont know whats it like..the room i had was above the reception and had a good sea view but it is next to a perminant resident who is deaf and has her tv very loud but is nice to talk to..the room had a double bed,bathroom desk fan, and free tv (some english programs)and fridge which is rare as you have to pay for a tv and fridge in most hotels and they dont have any english programs on..would stop there again as it was cheap and cheerfull
large flight of stairs to reception..hotel hard to spot up side street if you dont know what your looking for..can be noisey from the stairwell
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