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.
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 2 sofa beds for 2 children up to 12 years.
I have been coming to this hotel for years and even stay there now and then even though I now live in malta, and honestly have never really been disappointed
The pool on the roof is brilliant especially now I have a young daughter the kids pool is perfect for her
The mini market is great and even the small games room is enough to keep you entertained.
I havn't had the breakfast there in some time so cant really comment however from previous experiences i would definitely recommend the English.
The staff in my view are also great and always willing and ready to assist, guys you have to remember this is family owned and 90% of the staff there are family.More
craig w, Malta
This hotel is in a good spot, close to Bugibba square, which is a great spot for eating, drinking and relaxing with great views. The staff are helpful and friendly, hotel is spotless, pool on the roof is great plus there is a bar on the roof too. The hotel has a pool and bar inside too.
We are going to book again this year.More
Mulhollands_inwakey, Wakefield, United Kingdom
The location is great, close to the sea, nice restaurants, short walk to the bus station or sea side. People are friendly and helpful.
Room has been in our opinion substandard, dirty cooker, small and shoddy bathroom. It has been smelly, the small shower was dirty and cabin has been rotten. Air conditioning has been less than effective, and only present in a bedroom. We used the wobbly ceiling fan to cool us down, which we first thought will fall down on us at first occasion. Lighting also has been poor. I understand that this will be addressed as a part of the refurbishment planned for this winter, which other users have been quoting on this forum.
However this does not address other concerns, our bed sheets have not been changed through out our stay there 2 weeks, every piece of extra service is chargeable, I.e. Internet access, tv remote and so on, which I think is less than ok, especially if you can access free wifi on the street. We also have been given a welcome tray, as we have arrived late, which at the time was a nice gesture, but what we have not been told is that the tray has not been free of charge, so at the end of our stay we have been asked to settle the bill.
All in all Malta is a great place, and we have had great holidays, we did not stay in the room apart from sleeping in it. We will come back to Malta but not to the sunseeker.More
I visited these apts with a friend in September for 3 nights. We booked a studio apt and got upgraded on arrival to a 2 bedroom apt with 2 balconies. It was basis but spotless with a welcome food package in the apt. Anything we didn't want we just returned to the shop in the complex and paid for the items we kept. This was a very handy and reasonably priced option. Staff were extremely friendly both on reception and at pool area. The location is fantastic- 5 mins to main square with lots of eating places. Can recommend Venus to eat in. The rooftop pool area was small but adequate for sunbathing. We would definitely return More
localvisitor-26, Belfast, United Kingdom
Best aparthotel ever
We have recently returned from two weeks staying at Sunseekers. Great location and we believe this is the best aparthotel we have stayed in abroad. From Neville and his parents on the reception desk to the maintenance man, everyone was so helpful and friendly. Yes, the rooms could probably do with some updating (we understand that a refurbishment programme is about to start this winter) but we found the room to be clean and the pale-coloured furniture was smart and offered ample storage space. In fact everywhere in the hotel was spotlessly clean. The kitchen in our studio was adequate, if a little dated, but, again, this is due to be included in the refurbishment. There was a full cooker, fridge, microwave, kettle, toaster and all the utensils needed to self-cater (which we do). The presence of the mini-market downstairs was very handly, esp. on the first night and we found the "welcome tray" in our room very welcome! We selected what we needed, took the rest back to the mini-market and paid for what we kept. A larger selection of groceries can be found at Trolees just up the road. They have a very comprehensive stock of just about everything you could want - butchers, bakery, deli counter, fruit and veg., etc. Finally, a thank you to the maintenance man at Sunseekers. We reported to Neville that a light in our bathroom was not working and almost immediately it was fixed. It is our usual experience abroad that fault such as this go unattended however many times they are reported. Well done everyone at Sunseekers! We certainly hope to return soon.
If we are forced to find any fault at all, it is the fact that the balcony of our studio was very small and there was no outside light. We are not large people, but to sit out there we were knee to knee! No room for the small table provided. However, the swimming pool area is lovely and so much more comfortable than sitting on the balcony. In any event, who spends their holiday time on a balcony?More