- Reviews: 595
Sandy Beach: Our Apartment
This is the apartment that we<br/>had in Mellieha Bay.<br/><br/>It had all the modern things<br/>that you could want.<br/><br/>It had air conditioning, had a<br/>washing macjne, coffee maker<br/>and all the dinnerware etc. that<br/>you would need to cook and eat<br/>in if you so desired. It also had<br/>TV with cable ....<br/><br/>The apartment was very clean<br/>and wll kept. I has 2 bedrooms, and<br/>can sleep up to 5 people.<br/><br/>We highly recommend this apartment<br/>if your looking for a place in Mellieha<br/>Bay.
Location was great, just a few<br/>minute walk from a little grocery<br/>store, an internet cafe, the beach<br/>and nice little restuarants.
- Reviews: 2
Hellieha Bay Hotel: Great for Kids, next to largest Sandy Beach
Mellieha Bay Hotel is located on the biggest sandy beach on the Island. The hotel was opened in the 70’s and has grown by adding units both sides.<br/><br/>This is a lovely family hotel ideally situated, with its own small sandy beach and 2 large outdoor pools. The hotel boasts of a night club, kids club and water sports facilities, including water skiing, scuba diving, windsurfing and jet skis. The staff are all very friendly and this hotel is geared towards kids. This hotel is very safe for kids, as you cannot wander off from the beach to any public areas, the only really way out is through reception.<br/><br/>All the rooms face the sea, although some have restricted views because of mature trees. The rooms are small although all have a balcony or veranda, colour TV and small fridge for you to put your own drinks in.<br/><br/>The hotel has a small shop that sells most basic beach things, tobacco and English newspapers. The opening times of this shop are a bit erratic.<br/><br/>The downside is in my humble opinion is the food, boring and not very good, the quality and choice of food over the years has deteriorated. The restaurant closes at 9pm, do not think you can stroll in at 8.45pm and get a meal, as just about everything has already been cleared away. The restaurant evening meal is now basically buffet, with both hot and clod food. The snack bar down by the pool now only serves fast food or sandwiches, down by the pool one used to be able to get a large selection of pizzas alas no more.<br/><br/>I have stayed at this hotel about 17 times from about 1986 to 2007, yes I love the hotel for location and it is safe for children, as the only really way out is through reception, you cannot wander off the beach to the public beach or road. However the hotel is tied although they have renovated the reception area, the rooms are small and the food is nothing to write home about.
This hotel is especially good for families with young kids, they run kids clubs and the hotel is safe. Kids cannot wander off the private beach onto the public areas, the only real exit is through reception or a fire door. The hotel is a couple of hundred yards from the main road.<br/><br/>There are two large swimming pools, small sandy beach, good watersports facilities.<br/><br/>The hotel is positioned right next to the largest sandy beach on the island and is a short bus ride from Mellieha village.
- Reviews: 354
Mellieha Holiday Centre: Mellieha Holiday Centre
This is a self catering complex its very nice with loads of amenities like a pool, individual rooms, a supermarket where you find everything and it opens even till about 10.00 p.m. if you r on the beach and you need something u can go into the complex and buy it from there.<br/><br/>When we go camping in Armier we buy our things from here - its really cool !<br/><br/>The complex also have different various restaurants, discos and bars and a pizzeria !
Pool, great views of mellieha Bay !! Loads of greenary around very peaceful and quiet place to stay at ! Often even used as wedding receptions too
- Reviews: 2
Pergola Holiday Club: Top class but cold rooms
My wife, my mother and myself went to Pergola for five days mid March 2007. Mellieha is a beautiful coast town (village) North in Malta. The last village before the ferry to Gozo.<br/><br/>Around 7500 people lives in Mellieha and I have no idea how many of these are Malteese and how many are foreign tourists. Of the tourist 85% seems to be pensioners. Some of these have moved to Malta for the cold northern winter months.<br/><br/>Pergola Hotel & Apartments was a nice surprise with some smaller minuses. And I will start with the minuses. We had two apartments:<br/><br/>Cold rooms<br/>Small tv`s<br/>Restaurant prices not in touch with room meny prices (overcharged ??)<br/>Also we booked through Expedia and were promised a fruit basket upon arrival. No fruit basket was to be seen.<br/><br/>And then the positives:<br/>Big rooms - nice size livingroom with kitchen and dinner table. Good size bathroom and bedroom. A really fantastisk balcony with view of the village and all the way to Gozo.<br/><br/>Pergola have its own Spa and swimmingpool which was top class. My mother and my wife really enjoyed the Spa treatment.<br/><br/>Friendly reception and cleaners. There were no noise at all. Really good buffet breakfast that we enjoyed.<br/><br/>I will rate this hotel & apartment high on the list of the hotels I have visited. A place I warmly can recommend - but be aware of ordering dinner to your room (check and ask for the correct prices).
Spa<br/>Big rooms<br/>View of the village<br/>Short distance to the main street
- Reviews: 1249
Mellieha Bay Hotel: Nice hotel near the beach
The Mellieha Bay Hotel was our home for one week. It's a big hotel with 313 rooms and lies about 4 km away from the centre of Mellieha. We needed almost one hour by foot to go there, but of course there are also busses. A bus station is in the near of the hotel, at the main street.<br/><br/>The hotel has its own little sandy beach (with rocks nearby, nice for snorkelling!), and also offers some water sports. You also can walk to the "big" beach of Mellieha Bay, which takes about 10 minutes.<br/>We had half-board and were satisfied, both meals offered lots of choice. All rooms have sea view, and you have a great view on Mellieha and the bay from there.<br/><br/>There's no supermarket in the hotel, the next supermarket can be found in the Mellieha Holiday Center, a Danish holiday village near the Mellieha Bay beach. From the hotel, it can be reached in about 15 minutes, offers a good choice and has normal prices. Plus it's open even on Sundays!
- Reviews: 1670
La Salita: Two sisters
The La Salita hotel is the sister hotel of the Maritim Antonin & Spa and it's on the opposite side of the Main Street. Both are combined through a tunnel underneath the street. All guests of both hotels are having breakfast in the Maritim Hotel and are allowed to use all pools of all hotels.
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