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, pool view and bay view
These bright and spacious twin rooms include a balcony that overlooks the ocean. Along with your twins, you'll have 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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Delightful Stay !!
Large room with sea view balcony. Good buffet breakfast. Restaurant was huge and had a lovely sea view. Did'nt try the outdoor pools as it was a bit rainy and cold(november). Indoor pool was good but the water was too salty. There was a kids pool too. A small outdoor kids play area with swing and seesaw . Also indoor entertainment/game area for kids and adults. The hotel is quite far(around 1 hr) from the airport. Bus service available to Marfa/Cirkewwa which stops right in front of the resort. The Gozo ferry is only 4-5 mins walk.More
Having spent three wonderful weeks at the paradise bay hotel in February last year I had no hesitation in booking seven weeks in January and February this year. Huge mistake! It was so noisy with building works, fire doors that slammed continually because they were between the three lifts, plus some antisocial guests. Seven weeks and not even one good night's sleep. I was never so glad to get back home. I changed rooms three times, case of jumping from the frying pan into the fire. On the positive side the food and the swimming pool are top rate.More
Great hotel with very helpful staff
This was a repeat visit to paradise bay and I can only say it is improving all the time food was delicious, the chefs were so courteous and couldn't do enough for the guests no matter what the request they did their upmost to accommodate us. The reception staff again were very helpful despite being very busy no matter what the request it was sorted out almost before we got back to our room. The cleanliness of the room was great and the lady who cleaned our room was always very pleasant I would recommend this hotel for all the above reasons and also its location to the bus stop and ferry portMore
Spring break in Paradise Bsy
We are 3 ladies, who are just back from a week's stay at Paradise Bay. We had a lovely time here. We had read some of the reviews and were a little sceptical. The hotel is undergoing some refurbishment, so there was some disruption, but on the whole it didn't spoil our holiday. The staff were very helpful, and the rooms cleaned daily, beds and towels changed every 2 days, and the tea and coffee replenished daily. Food was lovely and plenty of choice. The only downside was the holiday rep, who was only interested in us booking very overpriced trips, when she realised we were booking only one trip, she was not happy. She gave us the wrong pick up time at the hotel and the driver was quite agitated as it made us late for all other pick ups. Apart from the holiday rep, we had a lovely time, well worth the money.More
Jennifer C, 790316
Isolated but good hotel
For my 1 week stay in Malta I choose this hotel because it was close to the harbour and seemed to have a good value for money. And it did. The hotel was big, had an in- and outdoor pool, gym, sauna (upon request), good sized rooms with a nice view (depending on what you booked off course). Only regrettable issue is that there is nothing around, but they have a good bus service, taking you straight to Valetta, Burgubba, the airport, and with a switch of bus to the rest of the island. The breakfast buffet was average, cheap quality cold cuts (every day the same), salad and English breakfast. Sausages, beans in tomato sauce and eggs (sunny side up, omelet, poached - changing every day) and potatoes or croquettes. Evening buffet was a little above average, soup, salad bar, 5 main dishes (some kind of pasta, 2 fish and 2 meat dishes) with rice or potatoes and a big choice of desserts. Price for 1 x buffet = 22 â¬, if you by at least 3 tickets, 16 â¬ per buffet. All and all a good hotel, but wouldn't stay here again due to the fact you can't go anywhere for a stroll at night. No bars in the neighbourhood, only the hotel shop and the lounge in the hotel.More
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