This hotel is ideal for a relaxing break. It's just metres from the sea, with a pretty pool area and a couple of restaurants. You're only a short walk from the town centre, too.
The Hotel Qawra Palace is in a great spot. It's just across the road from a pretty rocky beach, and the nearest sandy one is only a 15-minute walk away. The shops, restaurants and bars, meanwhile, are even closer.
The hotel swimming pool has been built to make the most of the views - it's set in the heart of a palm-freckled terrace, and faces out to sea. There's also a kids' pool out here, and a bar serving cold drinks and light bites.
There’s lots of choice when it comes to dining. Buffets come courtesy of the main restaurant, which offers up a mix of Mediterranean and international dishes. In the summer, meanwhile, there’s also a pizzeria in a romantic al fresco setting. There are three bars here, too, as well as a coffee bar which does a mean line in homemade cakes.
The hotel’s bedrooms all have good-sized balconies, and for the best views, book one that looks out to the sea.
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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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The hotel is well located on the seafront, seaview rooms are very nice but can become noisy at night time as they look immidiatly over the main drag, but land views are not so good. Balcony looks on balcony. The resturant is not to bad we stayed on a half board basis wich worked well for us, evening meal was buffet style with quite a good selection if you enjoy fish you will like the selection if not you can be a little stuck and need to visit the salad bar! The roadside part of the resturant is not very good at all we were egnored for half an hour. Put in an order and continualy asked where it was eventualy just getting up and walking out!More
Andy G, Nottingham, England, United Kingdom
Nice Hotel Quiet Area
Me and my brother stayed at the hotel for a couple of days, the hotel is nice situated on the waterfront in a quiet bay, the hotel food is very nice with a nice selection of food cheese and crackers and deserts. The staff were very friendly and attentive at the bar. If you are looking to spend time on the balcony in a evening I would sudjest upgrading to a sea view room the other rooms don't give you much privacy. The indoor pool is nice with 2 it tubs very nice to relax in. There is a bus stop right outside the hotel, the best way to get around the island is by bus â¬1.50 for a day ticket you can't faukt , take the number 12 bus to Valletta it will take just over a hour to get there.More
This is no palace!
This is a very basic hotel. Probably it was very good when new but is now dull and dated and does not compare with other four star hotels in which we have stayed. However, we did not pay top notch price so guess we got what we paid for. The big plus is that it is on the sea front and on the level. Our stay wasn't helped when there was a power cut during the night. We discovered this when needing the bathroom at 2.30 am and it wasn't fixed until 7 or so. (There was also flooding on other floors during our stay). The reception staff were very helpful on the whole, the cleaners did a good job and were always friendly and helpful as were the restaurant staff. We suspect the chefs did the best they could on a limited budget, the food not always being as exciting as we would expect, and have experienced, in like hotels. Drinks had to be bought at the bar outside of the restaurant, not served at table as we have always had in hotels similar to this. Do not stay in this hotel if you want to sleep! The noise from the so-called entertainment makes sleeping impossible before midnight. We would not return or recommend this hotelMore
jean r, Ashford, United Kingdom
Read and heard some good reviews about this place but it isn't all true sea view rooms a good size but very tired bathroom tiny and towels very thin, not always hot water available. Breakfast good choices but evening meal not much choice compared to other hotels and food not up to much if there are no labelled out you can't tell what anything is one of the chiefs was very rude to a guest in front of me in queue because he asked. There is no quiet room with comfy seating to sit and read you have to use reception which is very busy or a room downstairs with hard chairs. Renovations being done on 7th floor and the noise is bad even down on 3rd floor we could hear the banging and drilling.More
Jos p, Stoke-on-Trent, United Kingdom
Another enjoyable stay
This was our second visit to this hotel. Last year we had a standard room with the balcony facing a court yard and is over looked by other balconies. This time we booked a sea view room and although the rooms are just as spacious the view and privacy was amazing and well worth the extra money. The rooms are cleaned everyday by friendly maids and the rest of the staff are just as friendly and helpful. The breakfast is amazing and so much to choose from and the same for the evening meal. The hotel is in a great location, away from the crowds but close enough to walk to the bars and restaurants. Buses are easy to get and tickets cost just â¬1.50 for a day pass or â¬6.50 for a 7 day pass. we didn't really see any of the entertainment but they do show a lot of the premier league football which is great. We would have no hesitation in going back to the Qawara Palace.More
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