The best thing about this hotel is its location, overlooking the bay of St Julian's. The views are fabulous if you choose a high floor with sea views. It is surrounded by restaurants and a promenade with terraces where you can both eat and also drink a great cappuccino. At the door of the hotel, there are bus stops that take you to most places on the island. It is important to ask for a renovated room at the hotel. There is a swimming pool and fun night on the top floor. The breakfast was standard.
The Hotel is on the coastline, with fantastic views of the Mediterranean Sea. Hotel facilities are not bad, but a bit neglected. Thorough cleaning is not necessary for this structure, apparently. Although we didn´t walk in grime, cleaning would not hurt. The positives are the closeness to the ocean (rooms with views of the coast are an extra cost), good communication with Valletta, St Julian's and Paceville by bus, and quiet at night (not an area of a lot of noise or traffic, so that at night you can sleep without problem). The negatives, plus the lack of cleaning are the poor breakfast (I recommend not purchasing breakfast), and the hotel staff is dry and not very useful in providing information about sightseeing, car rentals, etc.. The hotel has a small pool on the roof with some chairs and what looked like a bar. In fact, with the ocean just across the street, I didn´t even waste time at the pool. In addition, guests never saw it and the water did not seem too clean (not dirty). Right outside the hotel there are natural pools to bathe and, although the area is rocky, you can take the sun quite well.
This hotel is in Valletta, close to the Upper Barracca Gardens. The views are great, particularly if you go up to the spectacular terrace where they serve a wonderful breakfast buffet. At night, this area becomes a panoramic restaurant, De Robertis Restaurant, with Mediterranean fusion cuisine: Italian, French, and local. If you prefer a pizza restaurant, then there's one next to the hotel, La Cave, which is quite cheap. This is an older hotel, and while it has undergone some restoration, its age shows in the furniture and bathrooms. But the views are good, they have free wifi, and it has three stars and quite affordable prices.
The Milano Due Hotel (Gzira, Inner Harbour, Malta) Malta is situated on the most popular esplanade facing Sliema Creek, the Yacht Marina and the historic capital of Valletta, and it is located just minutes from shopping and business center of Sliema with its wide selection restaurants, bars and shops in Paceville, Malta's entertainment and nightlife mecca. The accommodation includes 106 rooms and junior suites, most of them having balconies overlooking the sea or with side views. It is a 3 star hotel.
The Fortina Hotel is located in Sliema, just 300 meters from the shopping area, three kilometres from the beach in the bay of St. Julians, and eight kilometres from Malta International Airport. There are restaurants and bars within the complex, as well as WiFi Internet, full-service spa and health centre, and outdoor pools in season. Its rooms have high-speed Internet, cable TV, and access to balconies.
3 days full of relaxation that you can combine with the essential visits of Valletta and its surroundings. The first 4 days we were in Melieha where we had the luck to visit Gozo, Comino ... Malta is another pearl of the Mediterranean to visit.
Looking for low cost travel? Malta isn't one of the cheapest destinations in Europe, as tourism is the island nation's main industry. However, there are economic alternatives hidden in the streets, and this is one of them: in low season, you can stay here for 10 euros a head. The rooms are simple dorms and the bathrooms are clean. The staff are friendly and helpful, but unfortunately, if you come at the wrong time out of season, you might find the guesthouse CLOSED! Prices increase in summer.
Sleeping like a king or queen is possible, and not too expensive in Valletta. In the heart of Malta's capital you'll find palaces, like the Palazzo Prince d'Orange, a magnificent building once inhabited by nobles, that has now been restored and converted into a hotel. It's a luxury to sleep in the Palazzo Prince d'Orange. It has multiple apartments. I stayed in the Alexander Suite, which should not be called a 'suite', but the holy house. It features rooms with a balcony, bathroom with shower (and a towel heater!), and great little living room with sofas, armchairs, and TV, of course all very stylishly decorated. In addition, a part of your apartment is a kitchenette with tea, milk, and cookies for any sudden hunger pangs. The penthouse, designed for four people (although it could hold more), is gorgeous. This has a pair of huge terraces, with excellent views of the Grand Harbour Valletta. Ideal for sunrise or sunset from the comfort of home (or while you're making burgers in the back). Ah! And the common spaces are a real palace. You'll feel like you're in a castle. If your budget allows, Palazzo Prince d'Orange is an excellent choice of accommodation. Not only because it is gorgeous and the service is attentive, but because its location could not be better.
A charming hotel near the elegant shopping center, opposite the City Capital. It has elegantly decorated rooms, swimming pool with magnificent views. The hotel is the perfect balance between the chain and the style. It meets the needs of business travelers and leisure travelers.
The Bay View Hotel is a modern resort with wonderful views of Malta. This six-story hotel has 137 rooms, all with simple modern decor with cool tiled floors. All rooms have air con, phone, safe and bottled water. They also have balconies, some with sea views. The hotel has 3 restaurants to choose from in the same contemporary space.
The Victoria Hotel is a boutique 4-star hotel in the Maltese coast. It is an elegant establishment with all the amenities. All the rooms are decorated in Mediterranean blue or sumptuous Victorian mahogany. The restaurant serves tasty buffets Copperfield and has a great menu. There are 120 rooms.
There are loads of reasons to opt for this guesthouse if you go to Malta. The first is Annie, the elderly but sprightly owner who is sure to become one of the best memories of your holiday. She will welcome you at whatever time you arrive, and will give you a personal goodbye when it's time for you to depart, even if you're leaving at dawn. She serves delicious breakfast, including pastries prepared by her daughter. The guesthouse is on one of the most beautiful streets of Valletta, Triq St. Ursula.
The guesthouse is at the top of a flight of stairs, right behind the entrance to the city, close to the bus terminal and a taxi rank. Value for money is great: 20 euro per person per night, including breakfast. The rooms are spacious and clean, with a sink. The bathrooms are shared, but there are more than enough to go round. Bring your own towel. The building is made from typical Maltese limestone, and the only flaw is the lack of heaters in winter. An unforgettable atmosphere.