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.
Studio with Balcony
These studios are decorated with bright touches and complementary furnishings. There’s twin beds and 1 child bed in the bedroom. There’s a kitchenette. Plus you’ll have a balcony for that extra bit of space. Air-conditioning is also available from June to September.
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Beautiful place clean, friendly staff, stones through away from the beach. Roof top terrace was lovely great for photos. Would definitely recommend to friends and family and would use again no problem. XMore
Our 4th trip back to Sunseeker, over the last 4 years. Fortunate to get a sea view room, 213, at back of building, as we'd requested. Neville, Claire and the family are doing a great job in keeping up excellent standards of hospitality at their aparthotel. We take advantage of staying for 4 weeks to get the reduced winter rates. There's a great pool on the roof, although, in April it's still quite cold to use. I imagine it's very refreshing in the heat of the summer. It's a great location, with seafront, bus station, cafes, restaurants, supermarket and fresh veg. stall all within short walking distance. Looking forward to returning in 2018.More
We have just spent 2 weeks at the Sunseeker. We usually book half board so didn't expect much from self catering , how wrong I was.we were given a top floor apartment with everything you would need , even down to a corkscrew.The staff were polite and helpful and was on hand should you need any help.The rooms were spotless and had no cause for complaints the time we were there.I would definately recommend the Sunseeker , and hope in the near future be back again .More
We stay here for 6 weeks each year in March and April and it's a lovely family run holiday complex. They recently refurbished and it was to a high standard, so even better now. It is in a quiet position with loads of restaurants and bars around and close to the seafront. There is also a small bus station close by where local buses run to different parts of the island. We are now considering staying for 8 weeks next year as we really enjoy the amazing walking on Malta and Gozo and cannot think of a better place to stay. More
Comfortable appartments, good value for money
We enjoyed the appartment we had a lot. It was comfortable, with good beds, nice kitchen and a large balcony (3rd floor, side of the building with a partial view at sea). In a city (Bugibba) that is quite loud, this complex is quiet and a good hideout. Staff is very friendly. It is close to the beach, close to buses, restaurants and the supermarket. There is also a mini-market on site and there is the option to have breakfast on the roof. Not too many choices for different kinds of food, but enough for the one time we ate breakfast here. Next time, we would probably choose to stay in Valetta, but that has to do with the city itself. Should the appartments be in Valetta, we would book again.More
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