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 4 with 2 extra beds.
twin room with sea view and balcony
These twin rooms with a sea view are simply furnished and have a classic feel. They come with twin beds and an extra bed.
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Like a lot of European hotels, the decor in this one is stuck in the 80s. However, it's very clean - even the balconies are cleaned daily, including the railings. The staff can't be faulted, and the dining room staff are superb. The dining room can hold 500 people. The food is plentiful with lots of choice to cater for everyone and as it's a buffet service, it's easy to pick and choose. Obviously there will be dishes you love, and those you will avoid - it's down to personal preference. The lifts are interesting! It can take a couple of goes to reach your floor (there are 8 floors) as going up or down can be a bit random. As you're holidaying, it really doesn't matter as it's an opportunity to meet other guests. The inner courtyard boasts a mini golf course and outside seating area and the hotel's lido is just across the road with a bar, pool and sun loungers. It's set much lower than road level so you don't feel you're near the road. Bus service - buy a weekly ticket for unlimited travel. It's a must - â¬21 for the week for an adult. Don't be fooled by the â¬2 concession card. This only allows you two journeys a day - so if you have to change at Valletta or Sliema that's the 2 journeys for the day. Bugibba bus station is a 5 minute uphill walk to the bus station. If you want the Craft Village, make sure you get the 186 and not the 3x. Despite saying the latter goes there, it goes to the airport! The Aquarium is a 10 minute walk away. Get money off vouchers from the little travel shop near the hotel. If you want tobacco/cigarettes, The Vineyard shop next to the hotel is better than the cash and carry price wise. Buy from a reputable source as cheaper places often have no tax paid, which means Customs will either confiscate or require you to pay heavily. Your receipts should show that you have paid tax. One thing you will need in the hotel, is your own tea, coffee, milk and sugar in your room as these items are not provided. There is a fridge in each room. The Vineyard stocks necessary supplies at reasonable prices. Wifi is not free in the hotel, but offers a choice reasonable price options. There is a Spa and Hairdresser on site, neither of which we had time to sample. A games room, offering a pool table can be found in the reception level floor, and also on the floor is the hotel's coffee shop. Nightly entertainment is in the ballroom and is usually a local crooner. Lovely for anyone liking traditional waltz, etc.More
Hilary S, 186298
Good value hotel
We were very happy with this hotel , good value , clean , and staff more than happy to solve any problems . Room very good size , with arm chairs , large bed or beds if twin . Flat screen TV, Safe , kettle , cups , and fridge , but no coffee . (Shops nearby for coffee, milk etc . ) Excellent sunny balcony , on side sea view , 8th floor . Wi-fi free in public areas , i.e. main foyer . Would recommend this . Or , pay to have in room by the hour , but not strong signal on top floor . Food good , with plenty of choice . Ask for the Italian waitress Cristina , who will always serve you with a smile . Live entertainment in the ballroom every night , even out of season , and a very nice indoor and outdoor pool. What more can I say , I would definitely return .More
Just came back from our holiday. Arrived at the hotel March 7th and departed March 14th. The hotel itself was very nice, bedrooms were nice, staff were very friendly and always smiling, The hotel had three swimming pools, two of which were outside and one inside, along with two jacuzzis. We were on the half board, so we had breakfast and dinner. Breakfast was ok, dinner, on the other hand, wasn't very nice, or maybe I just didn't really enjoy it. The hotel is full of elderly people, I am sure we were the only young ones there (being 21), I wouldn't recommend this hotel for young people. The location is great, right near the sea, the bus stop is right outside and there are lots of shops and bars. But again, if you're young and would like to go clubbing and out a lot, then I wouldn't recommend this area, there isn't a lot to do at night time! The staff in this hotel were lovely! I would definitely come back! One downside is that the wifi is only free in the lobby! Other than that the hotel itself and location are great!More
Lovely confortable room dinner was lovely with a good choice of dishes breakfast was also great the staff in the hotel were wonderful so helpful there is a great bar coffee shop in the hotel and it was greatMore
first time in malta
on arriving in reception was greeted by a pleasant receptionist she booked us in and showed us the way to our room, I had booked a twin/double court yard we got in our room but there was 4 beds in the room which I was disappointed so went back to reception and asked why we were in a family room when I booked twin/double she said they use these rooms but I could ask in the morning to change our room, went back to our room to discover that the court yard view was very closed in but the sea view rooms were noisy as they were on the main road so just got on with the holiday as we were only there for 7 nights, as someone said they found the food not good at all wasn't sure what to expect but the food was good and hot and lots to choose from, the room was clean and tidy, the staff were friendly and polite and couldn't ask for moreMore
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