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 Balcony
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.
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My fiance and I were newly engaged and the hotel upgraded us to a beautiful bay view room on the fourth floor and gave us a free bottle of wine. Reception were very helpful and friendly. For a good price, we paid to go half board to avail of the buffet and the food was delicious. Excellent selection of meats every night. The hotel was clean, comfortable and quiet in our room. My favourite thing was the bay view. The 8 pound bus to comino is great for seeing the blue lagoon if you don't want to do a whole day trip for a high cost. Thank you for a lovely stay, we'll be back! More
No no no!!!!!
cockroaches in the room coming from AC;dirty and old rooms;pool is excelent but isnt enough...;do not pay for sea view because they will give a view to the harbour and isnt it good.The food is good and the drinks are really expendive.I will never recomand or stay in this hotel!Potential exist but they have to make something in order to change the thingsMore
Best place to visit Malta, Gozo and Comino
Paradise Bay hotel. I highly recommend this hotel. I have travelled around many countries and have had many family holidays but this hotel is by far, the best hotel I have stayed in. When we arrived (early hours) we were greeted by a kind man who discussed with us about the hotel and our room. Our room was spacious and for £50 extra we paid for the Mediterranean view- it was so worth it! The room was clean and the bathroom was average size. Free WiFi in the the room. The cleaners cleaned our room everyday. The lobby is spacious and always sparkling clean. All five pools were clean and well kept. the sunloungers were comfortable and there was no need to get up early to put your towel on to claim! Enough beds for all. The only downside with the pool was not all of the umbrellas had hooks to keep open so meant space was limited at times. We had the all inclusive (which if you are thinking about staying here, you are financially better to do this) food was a mixture of meats, veg, salads, potatoes,chips, rice and a different array of puddings. Drinks was soft drinks, wine, spirits and you could have as much as you liked. They do keep record, though and request you to sign the receipt even if you are inclusive (wristband included). The massage (back,shoulder and neck) was well worth the price. The facilities such as gym was small but I didn't need this for my holiday. A shop inside, games area and three more restaurants for non-inclusive people. Vivienne the rep looked after us and booked our day events (separate reviews for these). The hotel is in a quiet area so great for couples and families not for a drinking holiday. The ferry is a 3 minute walk to get to Gozo (worth a visit). Overall I would recommend this hotel. Photos are not edited in anyway but a true reflection of the holiday.More
Becca L, 186342
The location although very secluded was perfect for a relaxing break. The nearest bus stop is only across the road and run quite regularly from memory about every 20-30 minutes, and only cost €2 and can be used to return with 2 hours. It's walking distance to the Gozo ferry line (5 mins walk). The views from the hotel are stunning looking over towards Commio and Gozo one way and out toward the sea the other. The breakfast was good, have plenty to choose from and good qualities. The room was comfortable, although very very walm even with the fan and "A/C" on which I'm not sure work at all. The pools are lovely and they're also all saltwater pools. The K Lounge restaurant within the hotel was a reasonable quick and cheap tea for nights you didn't want to catch a bus. The hotel also offers stretch and aqua gym classes which my girlfriend did and enjoyed quite a few days. Overall experience was very good and would recommend for people who want a chilled breakMore
Great Hotel.. but Need to Listen to the Customers Complaints
I never had complains regarding Paradise Bay Lido. I go to the pool quite frequently. One day during lunch I felt that a person of the staff discriminated me. First of all no men tell me what to wear and not wear. I was wearing a shorts and a full swimsuit. A man at the door told me that I am not decent. In my opinion I was wearing nothing vulgar, and one has to consider that this is a day by the pool. I went and got a vest. When I came in I saw a lady with a swimsuit and just a robe around her, which in my opinion she was reaviling more than me. After a while the same man let a 13 - 14 year old teenager in just a towel around her waist! I went telling him and he told me not to cause any trouble! He went telling her and she came back in just a shorts. The person responsible was not at the door. I hope that this won't happen to me or any other women. I was not topless or shirtless, so I was breaking no rules. In my opinion this is a day by the pool, so the hotel needs to understand that people are going to wear beachy outfits. I didn't mind the teenager in the bikini, but the fact that the person responsible wasn't using the same rules with everyone. The thing why I am writing here is because I sent a complaint to the hotel and the same staff person responded me telling me that his manager will respond to my email. Well he never did. And I'm sorry, I will let anyone be rude with me or telling me that I felt offended when asked to be decent, like this staff person responded to my email.More
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