The sea-view Hotel Qawra Palace comes with all the trimmings, and is just a short walk from the beach and town centre.
The Hotel Qawra Palace is in a great spot. It’s within a 15-minute walk of a couple of beaches – and the shops, restaurants and bars are even closer.
This hotel couldn’t get closer to the sea, with the pool sidling up to the rocky shore. To top things off, there’s plenty of choice when it comes to activities and dining.
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Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner. Local and select imported alcoholic, soft drinks, tea and coffee. Snacks 11.00-18.00.
Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Saltwater outdoor pool
You'll find this in the centre of the terrace bordered by lots of sunbeds and parasols. Pool towels can be hired at an extra charge.
Offering Mediterranean delights for breakfast, lunch and dinner with views of Salina bay and the outdoor pool. Not forgetting the little ones, early suppers can be arranged. If you're staying Half Board lunch will have an extra charge.
Let the little ones join in the fun as they take part in the activity programme held during the summer months by the entertainment team.
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twin room with balcony
These are simply furnished twin rooms with some modern touches. For some outside space, there's a balcony. They sleep up to 3 with an extra bed.
twin room with balcony
These are simply furnished twin rooms with some modern touches. For some outside space, there's a balcony. They sleep up to 4 with 2 extra beds.
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I found the hotel very clean and the staff helpful in many ways The location of the hotel was good and near to the National Aquarium which I was able to walk to, I found it quite interesting with the way it was laid out and able to walk around safely. The tours I went on were good especially the Maltese Experience and going aound the quiet city at Medina. The boat tour was good going around the harbours .More
Great Seaside Location
The pool area and the close proximity to the sea make this a good location for swimming even in January and early February. If you are selective you can always find something interesting and filling in the buffets on offer. Breakfast is excellent : Dinner if you stick to the soups, salads and fish is fine. The bread and rolls are good and the cheeseboard is grand. Coffee and tea are not good but there is a kettle and fridge in the rooms. The front rooms are noisy but so is the whole of Malta. It always seems to me to be just one big building site.More
Good hotel in a quiet area of Malta
The location of this hotel is great. You have the best of everything: it's right on the sea front and a short walk along the promenade to the Malta National Aquarium and the town of Bugibba which is quite lively but the hotel is located in a quiet residential area. There is also a bus station in Bugibba which has bus connections to the whole island so that you can get around and visit everywhere easily which is what we did. If you're going to be using the buses a lot, a Tallinja card is great value for money which is unlimited travel for a week. The hotel itself has great facilities: outdoor pool, indoor pool and jacuzzies as well as access to a rocky outcrop into the sea from which you can swim. The room we had was ok. It was a good size and clean but there was a funny smell in the room. It smelt musty and stale. Upon investigating the only thing we could find that this smell was coming from was the bed covers. It kind of smelt like wet washing. Not great. We stayed all inclusive and the food choice was great. I'm quite a fussy eater and don't eat a lot of meat but there were great options each night and the desserts were fantastic. I didn't once struggle to find something I enjoyed. We found it difficult to get drinks after dinner each night and during the day. I've stayed here before in the summer and it's not a problem when the pool bar is open but when it isn't during the colder months it becomes more difficult. The only thing I would say is that the main negative for us was that the majority of the clientele of this hotel are all older and over retirement age. There was a very small majority of people aged under 30 and if you're looking for something more exciting I would probably choose another hotel.More
In Fading Light
The hotel I guess had been cutting edge when first opened. now it has a an 80s feel. its four star in name but actually feels so much more three star cheap and cheerfully. the food is fast furious and filling. not very showy all self service buffet feels a bit like school dinners and the restaurant is huge and gets packed with "all in" clients. the pool is small and cool. the indoor pool smaller but warm. There are no lifeguards around so keep your eyes on little ones. you can get to the sea over jagged volcanic rocks and hurts if you slip, but he sea is warm. The bar snacks are very limited the sandwiches awful. There an ok coffee shop with selection of cakes and pastries there is also a Spa which I did not use. The entertainment is middle of the road not particularly high standard but enough to line dance to.More
a hotel for everything near by at a good price
Liked this hotel as it had good music entertainment each evening in January, comfortable beds, big rooms, hardly any extra to pay for travelling solo. The only downside if I have to mention one is the coffee from the machines, but that can be sorted by going 5 metres to the cafe next door, so not a big thing. Will come back...More
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