Nightclubs and bars in Malta

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    Dragonara Casino, St. Julian's: An elegant casino

    by hopang Updated May 23, 2009

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    Dragonara Casino is located at the peninsula just behind the huge Portomaso Complex at St. Julian's on the main island of Malta. It is one of the two most elegant casinos at St. Julian's, the other being The Casino at Portomaso beside Hotel Hilton. Dragonara Casino has approximately twenty classic table games complete with almost 200 slot machines. Live entertainment is held in the casino daily. A bar is also located in the casino for you to chill out!

    Dragonara Casino is opened between 10.00 a.m. and 3.00 a.m. during the weekdays and 24 hours during the weekends. No admission fee is imposed for entering the casino. However your photograph will be taken before entering the casino as required by the law. You will be given a membership card which can be kept as a fine souvenir. Regular free shuttlebus services to your hotel are available from Dragonara Casino.

    Dress Code: Proper and decent clothings are necessary to enter the casino.

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    The Casino, St. Julien's: An excellent casino

    by hopang Written Jan 5, 2009

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    The Casino is located next to the Hilton at Portomaso complex at St. Julien's on the main island of Malta. This is by far the most beautiful and elegant casino in Malta. No entrance fees are required to enter the casino. Nevertheless your photos will be taken at the entrance and you will be given an entrance card to the casino. As in many other large casinos in Europe, The Casino is no exception. Plenty of classic table games and slot machines are available for the pleasure of the gamblers.

    Dress Code: No proper dress code is required to the casino. Decent clothing is necessary.

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    The Dragonara: Casino

    by Bilimari Written Feb 5, 2006

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    It's a small casino (compared to the ones in Las Vegas and in Connecticut) by the bay, next to Westin hotel in St. Julian's, much like the ones in Prague.

    When you go there for the first time, they will take your personal information and ID photo, and issue you ID card. There are slot machines, card tables, bars, lounge areas, non-smoking section, etc.

    Opening hours:
    Weekdays - 10am to 6am
    Weekends - 24 hours
    July, August, and September - open 24 hours, everyday!

    You must be 25 or older (Maltese citizens) or 18 or older (non Maltese citizens) to enter.

    Dress Code: Smart casual. No need to dress up, but put more clothes on than when you go to Las Vegas.

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    Oracle Casino: Roulette and more!

    by dowdow Updated Mar 4, 2005

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    There are three casinos in Malta, and the Oracle, in the heart of Qawra, is one of them. They hold Free Slots, and offer complimentary snacks and cakes in the afternoons Mon - Fri, plus various other offers at the restaurant - see my Restaurant Tip. Don't forget to have some form of ID on your first visit and they also offer free transport - call the number below.

    Dress Code: Smart-Casual

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    List of Clubs & Discos on the Island

    by Propermark Updated Sep 28, 2005

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    1) Axis

    - Paceville

    2) Beachhaven

    - St Paul's Bay

    3) Best in Town

    - Paceville

    4) Caesar's Night Club

    - Bugibba

    5) Diamond

    - Bugibba

    6) Dine & Duke's

    - St Julian's

    7) Double Deuce

    - Bugibba

    8) Empire

    - Paceville

    9) Empire

    - Paceville

    10) Frenchies

    - Sliema

    11) Fuego Salsa Bar

    - Qawra

    12) Fuego Salsa Bar

    - St Julian's

    13) Gianpula

    - Rabat

    14) Going Places

    - Paceville

    15) Havana

    - St Julian's

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    Paceville: Nightlife Village

    by maltese24 Written Mar 3, 2005

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    Ok, in Malta we have this small town called Paceville where it consists only of restaurants, hotels, beach, discotheques, bars, cinemas, bowling area, casino, and anything related to entertainment! Everything is located next to each other so it is easily accessible! Most tourists spent their nights in this place...and also locals...

    Dress Code: During the week casual....weekends casual/smart....depends which places one goes to...

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    Fuego: Salsa Bar

    by dowdow Written Mar 2, 2005

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    There are two Fuegos in Malta - one in Qawra and one in Paceville. Needless to say, the Paceville Bar is more lively. Have you tried Salsa Dancing .... Free Salsa Lessons are given on Thursdays and Fridays from 8.30 til 10.30pm at the Qawra Bar and if I'm not mistaken, on Wednesdays at the Paceville one - it's great fun! Entrance to the Fuego is Free.

    Dress Code: Smart Casual

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    allover Bugibba: Brits on the Lash

    by Dick33 Updated Jun 6, 2006

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    Me and Jonny in St Pauls. As you can see we had sampled a lot of nightlife in Bugibba, we used to go from one happy hour to the next. We had worked out quite a good route around the resort.
    St Julians is much better but we really enjoyed it in Bugibba.
    Look at Jonny's face to see how much he enjoyed it, he was so pissed this night.

    Dress Code: Shorts anything really look at us two.

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    Parties galore!!!

    by Zlur Written Jul 2, 2003

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    Malta although being so small, has become one of the leading partying spots in the med! There's always some huge pumpin party happening, and top international dj's attend these parties, to name a few: Carl Cox, Roger Sanchez, Tiesto, Sven Vath, Erick Morillo etc etc etc... All accompanied with state of the art sound, lighting, laser shows and of course sexy pole dancers for the guys :P
    Feel free to contact me for the latest partying info!

    Dress Code: Dress to impress

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    steam: Better luck next time

    by Dick33 Written Apr 8, 2008

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    This isn't a tip as such because I never went in.
    On New Years Eve a young man stood outside of steam and asked me to go inside I very politely said no thank you, he tried again and said I would have a good time and again I said no thank you so he said we have girls! and now he is holding my arm so I said a little firmer no thank's his reply was we have beautifull girls come on in you will like so I said you are barking up the wrong tree! He looked very confused and then the penny dropped and we both laughed.

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    Boozing all night

    by micajo Written Jan 22, 2007

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    In Malta there are lots of clubs and discos where you can go and party all night long. There is this place called Paceville, that is full of clubs, discos and even restaurants. Maltese people usually they go out to dinner and then have a drink in a bar and then party all night in a disco or night club. If you come to Malta you'll enjoy it for sure

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    Bar + spa: What are you kidding me?

    by Dick33 Updated Feb 12, 2007

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    Naturally we didn't go in here but when I saw this sign I said to Ian Bar and spa my arse it's a gay feel up joint! He laughed at me so I explained why I said it. Gay men can't keep it in there pants at the best of times get them naked and plied with drink and it's a glorified brothel.

    Dress Code: Naked I would guess.

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    The Black Pearl: Disco on the Popeye Ship

    by brittwit Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    The Black Pearl ship is better known for its restaurant, the Mare Nostrum, but on Wednesday nights the Black Pearl holds a disco below decks. This occasion is targeted mainly at the over-30 party animals and its well attended. Drinks are VERY cheap (eg. 50c/about 1 euro for glass of wine or local beer). Music is great and its got loads of space to jiggy around in. A fun night guaranteed in a unique ambiance.

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    Paceville: Let's party!

    by challenger Written Nov 18, 2002

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    Paceville, just a stone’s throw away from St Julian’s, is the place to be if you love partying the night away. Malta is quite hit and miss when it comes to pub opening hours – actually more miss than hit – so if you can’t live without your few bevvies a night, then make sure you stay in this area. The bars and night clubs often open until 07:00 in the morning, so no need to rush to down your last few pints as you’ve got all the time you need here.

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    Harmony Kiosk, etc: Beach Front Kiosks

    by steventilly Written Jun 19, 2003

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    Something of a Maltese speciality maybe - I've never seen these types of bars anywhere else - are Kisoks along the beach front. They serve everything from coffee to beer & spirits and a variety of hot and cold foods. Usually run by a family and staying open until the last customer has gone home.
    We visited several of the Kisk bars along the front at Qawra/Bugibba.

    Dress Code: Anything from beachwear upwards. One night we saw a girl there in a full evening gown - a little overdressed we thought.

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