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. There's also a rooftop pool with fantastic views.
A central hotel isn’t everyone’s idea of holiday bliss. Then again, no one likes to be miles away from the action. Thankfully, the Sunseeker Holiday Complex has got the balance just right. It’s in a quiet area, but only five minutes walk to the town and seafront. So you can wake up and ease yourself into the bustling streets of the city centre.
Scenery aside - what’s inside the hotel? Well, before we say what’s under the roof, we’ll tell you what’s on top of it. That’s right, this place is the proud owner of a fabulous rooftop terrace and pool, with a to-die-for view.
As you kick back on your sunbed, you’ve got the city on one side and miles of blue seas on the other. But if you haven’t got a head for heights, don’t worry. There’s an indoor pool where your feet are kept firmly on the ground.
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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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These 3-bedroom apartments with their soft yellow hues and complementary soft furnishings can sleep up to seven. They come with three twin bedrooms and a sofa-bed in the living area, plus a kitchenette with gas oven, grill and three rings, microwave, ideal for making snacks. There's central heating in the winter, a bath or shower and maid service with towels and linen changed once a week. Cots are available on request.
These 1-bedroom apartments with soft yellow hues and complementary soft furnishings can sleep up to four. They come with a twin bedroom and one or two sofa-beds in the living area, plus a kitchenette with gas oven, grill and three rings, microwave, ideal for making snacks. There's central heating in the winter, bath or shower and maid service with towels and linen changed once a week. Cots are available on request.
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We stopped at the Sunseeker Complex for 4 nights. This was on a self catering basis. The room was basic but had all of the equipment that we needed to ensure that our stay was thoroughly enjoyable. It was also very clean. When we arrived, we were greeted by a very helpful gentleman who offered to look after our luggage whilst we were waiting for our room to become available. This allowed us to start our holiday immediately. Once our room was ready, the gentleman personally escorted us to our room to add that personal touch to the service. We were impressed with the food pack that was sat waiting for us in our room. This included some basic everyday food essentials (If you wanted to keep them you paid for them during your stay or you could return the items to the mini-market if you did not want them). The complex is very impressive with a bar, 24 hour front desk, a mini market and an indoor/outdoor pool. We were surprised that the rooftop pool was open in April but we braved it. It was very cool but it was appreciated seeing as it was a warm day!! The complex is right in the heart of Bugibba with everything within a few minutes walk. The staff members were some of the most friendliest that we have ever met in the hotel industry. They were so welcoming and nothing was any trouble at all. Even the housekeeping staff were friendly and were smiling whenever we saw them...an all round fantastic team. Everything was fantastic and we will be back in the future. We will also recommend to family and friends. We would like to thank all of the staff for providing a top class service..above and beyond the call of duty! Keep up the good work. Book at the Sunseeker, you will not be disappointed.More
Paul D, Nottingham, United Kingdom
We have been staying at Sunseeker Holiday Complex for over 10 years.It is family owned & run.Nothing is too much trouble to them !!! even changing a lightbulb.We stay there twice a year for 2/3 months at a time,and we would def. recommend a stay there for couples singles,& families !!!More
davidlemon, Leeds, United Kingdom
I came for the music festival and I choose the cheapest holiday, having stayed in Thai area many times before, my expectations wasn't high. When I arrived at the hotel and over the next coming days I was very pleasantly suprised. The staff was lovely and friendly. The rooms where large and clean. The bar is very well priced, the mini mart was fantastic and also very well priced. The self catering rooms where very well equipped with everything you need even dish cloth and tea towel and nice cold fridge and freezer compartment. I didn't hear any noise at all in the hotel and our room was next to the lift. The hotel is in a great location too not far from resturants bars and shops. I will definitely be staying here again can't wait!!More
Really not what I was expecting
Me and my husband stayed here with my parents for a week in October. We were the youngest people by about 20 years! In October this is very much a retiree style accommodation. I have read in other reviews that the staff were horrible but actually they were the saving grace. Everyone was lovely and there was a real family feel. It seemed to be regulars that were staying there and there was a friendly atmosphere. Sadly, the rooms were really drab and dated and smelt of smoke on arrival. It was self catering but we ate out all the time as we wouldn't have wanted to cook in there. We had a balcony which looked directly at the wall of the building next door (you could touch it if you leaned out) so absolutely no sun what so ever. There is a small rooftop pool but it was far too cold to go in. The views from the roof were impressive mind you. There is little in the way of luxury in this place. The breakfast was good and the staff were really nice but the place is pretty dated and dingy. I would definitely not stay there again. It's worth noting that the are was not for us at all either. Very Britain abroad.More
KirstKnowles, Edinburgh, United Kingdom
GOOD FOR WHAT YOU PAY - BUGGIBA NOT FOR US.
Visited mid April 2015. Had requested a quiet room away from elevators and stairwells as other reviews spoke of place being very noisy. I was pleased to find that they had done their best to cater for us. Unfortunately the room allocated was a bit 'prison cell'- like for three people. One person had to sleep in the main living area. When people walked by it was as is they were in the room. We spoke at the front desk and paid an upgrade of 20 euros. Worth every cent. Living space was light and airy. The sleeping area/room accommodated all three of us. Better balcony. The two rooms we stayed in were very clean and well appointed and well equipped with crockery and utensils.Maid service was on time and towels changed regularly. Lots of older folk staying on multi-month stays bot they integrated well We stayed at the end of the Easter hols. Quite a few kids there and as kids do they were 'romping' around the place. A key problem with the place is that the stairwells on either side of the accommodation floors are open plan. This amplified sounds made on any of the four floors and echoed it to the others. Coupled with the almost all concrete construction of the place it was quite noisy.The inside pool was great. The pool upstairs is really good and quite private. Breakfast is offered at 3 euros for continental and 5 euros for full. Small bar in premises is adequate and nice place to meet for a quick drink with other residents. Premises has a supermarket which is really handy and fairly priced. They place a welcome pack in each room for self-caterers which you simply take back if you don't want all or some of the items. People /family running the premises are very nice and extremely helpful. In all, I'd say okay for what we paid. Much more and I'd have been a bit disappointed. We thought Buggiba was tacky, over-developed, generally scruffy 'cheap beer and fags' sort of place. That was our fault for not researching the resort. Other people considered it to be a fantastic location and their dream location. Hotel is due to be closed this November for significant upgrades. Wouldn't return. Due more to Buggiba than hotel complex.More
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