The Sunseeker Holiday Complex has got the balance just right – it’s in a quiet area, but only five minutes from the town and seafront.
The family-run Sunseeker Holiday Complex has set up shop less than a ten-minute walk away from the centre of Bugibba.
The apartments are matched with a rooftop pool, bar and terrace. But it’s the friendly staff that really wins the Sunseeker Holiday Complex kudos – and a TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence.
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Rooftop outdoor pool
As well as great views, there's a rooftop terrace complete with sunbeds and parasols offering the ideal spot for you to lie back and relax. It's open during the summer months.
The indoor pool comes complete with sunbeds. It's open from October to June.
Relax in the lounge and catch up with the latest on the cable TV.
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2 bedroom apartment with balcony
These 2 bedroom apartments are decorated with soft tones and complementary furnishings. You’ll have 2 twin bedrooms and 2 sofa beds in the lounge for 2 children up to 12 years. There’s a balcony for that extra bit of space outside. Plus you’ll have a kitchenette where you can rustle up light meals and snacks. Air-conditioning is also available from June to September.
1 bedroom apartment with balcony
These 1 bedroom apartments are designed to create a home-from-home feel. You’ll have a kitchenette for making snacks and light meals. There’s a lounge and a balcony for that added bit of space outside. Air-conditioning is also available from June to September. You’ll have a twin bedroom and 1 sofa bed for 1 child up to 12 years.
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Sometimes the less you pay, the more you get. Excellent Value
The fourth time we stayed in this welcoming, friendly hotel,and the fourth time we had a welcoming, friendly stay. You really can not fault this place. Clean, spacious, has everything you need from a little shop to a laundry room. Free wifi in the lobby is a boon. The owners treat each guest as if they have known them for years - and in my case, they remembered me from six years ago! The rooms have been refurbished and are modern and bright with excellent facilities. The showers are clean, but uncomplicated and though self catering, they provide toilet rolls and fresh towels. I absolutely love it at the Sunseekers. It genuinely is the best hotel I have ever stayed in anywhere in the world. Don't expect Five Star luxury, but what can you expect is genuine customer service, cleanliness, friendliness and a really hospitable place to stay. You could easily live there for three months, and many visitors do, year after year.More
Yay returning this year to sun seeker
After staying twice in a all inclusive in Melliha I was disappointed on my return there so last May 2016 I went for self catering in buggiba where we always ended up on our recents visits ....we felt we had a much value for money at this clean hotel with lovely staff very helpful and 24hour service if needed anything any time, our kitchen was very well equipped and spotless and same for shower room. I enjoyed Malta more staying selfcatering freeing up time to travel around the island.the sun seeker is in a good short distance from everything buzzing square ,reasturants,bus station,supermarkets, boat trips they have recently been improving Malta over the last 5 years since I first visited the country now have a new water park in buggiba and there is a new road that goes all around the coastline due to all this I am currently booking to return to Malta in May and definitely booking the sun seeker ð ðVery excited to return hereMore
Helen H, 528767
stayed here over Christmas and New year. The apartments are recently refurbished and are well equipped. The staff are really friendly and nothing is to much trouble. There is a great roof terrace and pool and a handy supermarket in the basement. The location is quiet but the seafront and everything you need is nearby e.g. bus station, shops and bars and restaurants. All in all a fabulous place to stay.More
Kenneth P, 186394
returned from malta with a thought of how its gone downbank from the previous 2 yrs,the hotel was very clean apart from the boiler breaking down for a couple of days it is an extremely efficiant hotel,you can get a breakfast which was cooked ok,you can get a cheaper breakfast around the corner on the main road cheaper,but you dont get the same quality or items,its a shame the hotel doesnt serve lunch or dinner they have a wonderfull dinning room on the roof but i feel its not utalised enough,right bugiba or shall i say dog poo alley,i dont think ive ever seen so much dog poo on pavements anywhere,its awfull then i was sitting down by the sea and cars were pulling up letting there dogs out to do there business then driving off,its terrible.bugiba supposed to be a premium holiday town,well theres derelict building on one side of the road concrete foundations where buildings were on the other,its not the nicest place to see,you used to be able to buy a bus ticket for the week for about 7euro only a couple of years ago now there 21 euro,the bus company has been taken over since last time i was there but how can you expect holiday makers to sit on a bus for an hour and a half to get from bugiba to valletta,thats at least a 3 hour round trip,its stupidity at its best it used to take approx 40 mins max,getting from the airport was over 2hrs,this sort of thing isnt very welcoming for tourists.i found valletta its beautifull self pleased to see they had finished the cleaning of the oldest church ceiling,prices have gone up everywhere,the visit to gozo to see the finished church and battlements,now this is well worth a visit a must do occassion,really overall a bit dissapointed,the conversations with the people have changed used to be happy and cheerfull now a lot of them are not happy with the amount of refugees getting free clothes free food free transport and free healthcare,its not something i really want to talk about on holiday but i suppose its a sign of the times,sorry but i loved the old malta not a fan how its changing.More
Stayed in the 3 bed apartment in the Sunseeker Complex on our first trip to Malta. The hotel was extremely clean and tidy with the apartment being very well equipped and comfortable. The shops and beach were a stone's throw away with many local bars and restaurants serving lovely food. The complex was family owned and run with this complex being the only one on the island used by Thomsons travel group. The staff were friendly, helpful and nothing was ever too much trouble. Would definitely recommend it.More
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