The Paradise Bay Resort Hotel is surrounded by water on all sides, so everything from the pools to the restaurant come with sweeping sea views.
This place is set on Malta’s northern tip, with views across to sister isles, Gozo and Comino. There’s a small private beach just across the road, and Paradise Bay, one of the best on the island, is a 20-minute walk away.
The hotel is built in a big arc, so most of the facilities face the Mediterranean Sea. Inside, there’s a classic look. Think glossy marble floors, leather sofas, and bedrooms painted in barley white.
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Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Selected local-brand alcohol, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks at set times.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Three outdoor, saltwater pools
The main pool is in a shape of a fish. Two of the pools also have a paddling section for children.
This is one of the largest indoor saltwater swimming pools in Malta, plus it's heated in the winter. There's a shallow paddling pool for children too.
It comes with views overlooking the Mediterranean sea. You'll have the choice of local or European cuisine from a buffet.
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twin room with sea view and balcony
These bright, simple twin rooms come with a balcony offering views of the ocean. Along with your twins, you'll also find 2 extra beds. Plus, there's air-conditioning, Wi-Fi*, a mini-fridge, and a TV.
double room with balcony
These double rooms are light and airy, with simple furnishings. They're complete with a balcony, air-conditioning, Wi-Fi*, a mini-fridge, and a TV.
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Another Good Holiday at Paradise Bay Hotel
A lovely hotel in beautiful surroundings. A little remote for some people. I have enjoyed coming back to this hotel for a another of years. My room was very big with a beautiful view which makes me return every year. The staff are very friendly and helpful and its lovely to see familiar faces again. The restaurant has a huge choice of food to suite all tastes. The location of the hotel suites me perfectly and the bus service is excellent. I am hopefully returning again in October and I'm looking forward to meeting everyone again.More
There's a couple of way of looking at this - You get what you pay for OR this place is very much under par by comparison to other 4* hotels in the area. If I'd turned up and been expecting a 3* hotel I'd probably not have to write so much here as 3* feels fair, but I was expecting a 4* hotel with 4* service having seen the hotels website - I thought I'd bagged a bargain, whereas actually I've paid about the right price for what I've found. I was expecting more than I found. I wasn't expecting to have to pay for additional services like using the room safe (â¬17.50). I wasn't expecting to have paper thin walls/doors where you can here a lot of what is happening next door or in the corridor (even though you can tell they're just chatting/walking/living normally) or to not have even one drink included on Half Board basis at meal times. The two rooms we had are definitely dated and in need of updating, but on the whole they're clean enough. There is noise from the main road outside, but you have to balance that with the view, the view over to Camino and Gozo is great, though that view isn't as important as sleep is at 5.30am when the ferry traffic starts. Food selection is OK, it's hot and I didn't find any issues with me being a vegetarian, there was always a few options. I generally judge somewhere by asking myself would we stay here again... I can't stay that this would be my first or second option, we've stayed at better and when we come away on holiday we like to feel welcome and that in some way we've found something fab, we haven't felt that here. More
Nothing was as they advertised
I think it should be a 3 star hotel. The hotel swimming pool was the worst thing from the whole hotel. The swimming pool was filled with sea water. You could'nt even swim without getting your eyes in salty water, the tiles from the bottom of the swimmig pool which were falling/breaking off. The food was good/ok sometimes and then sometimes it wasent good at all. The best thing about the hotel was the view and the location it was on a hill/cliff kind of and then you could go down a couple of stairs and get to the water/sea and the view was amazing, the location was really good too, like right infront of the hotel there was a tour to go to the blue lagoon it was best thing in the world I highly reccomend. In general I would not go to this hotel again.More
Won't be going back
I need to start with the good about this hotel . Cleanliness excellent, towels changed every day and beds change every second day. Staff very friendly. Decorated fabulous. Surrounding area, very remote to get any supermarkets pubs or shops needed to go to nearest town by bus or taxi. Food diabolical everything processed, prepacked or frozen. Ate in restaurant on one night . Bugers still frozen in middle and one of our steaks gone off . Would we stay here again. Not even if it was first free . Avoid at all costs. More
A lovely Hotel
My family and I have just returned from a ten night stay at the paradise bay hotel and I would like to say that we throughly enjoyed our stay. We stayed B & B and the food choices were very good and there was plenty of choice. Our room was very spacious and clean although It was quite noisy from the traffic going to and from the ferry port but after a while we did not take much notice. The hotel was decorated nicely and was under going some refurbishment such as painting, a spot of tiling and the fixing of outside decking which did involve a spot of drilling but nothing major. There are four swimming pools, the one inside was heated and very nice and the three pools outside were lovely but a bit too cold at the moment too swim in although my youngest daughter did dare too once or twice. The hotel is out of the way and there are no shops or restaurants nearby, but there is a bus stop right outside of the hotel where the buses do run quite regularly. We however hired a car which was brilliant and I would certainly reccommend doing this as it gives you a lot more freedom to explore the island as we did. We found some good places to eat in melliah such as the "Ocean Bar" which is owned by an English couple the food is very good especially the fish and chips and home made lasagne and portions sizes were generous. The Mexican bistro is also good if you feel a bit more adventurous with your food. With regards to the paradise bay hotel would I return to this hotel, yes I definitely would we all had a wonderful time and we hope to return again in the near future. More
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