Hotel Qawra Palace  

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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Food & Drink

Dining options Breakfast Lunch Evening meal Drinks Snacks
All Inclusive

Buffet breakfast, lunch and dinner.  Local and select imported alcoholic, soft drinks, tea and coffee.  Snacks 11.00-18.00.

Half Board

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.

Buffet restaurant*

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.

Children's entertainment

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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Great location, spotless

First time visiting Malta and felt it was too quiet for us. My husband and I spent two weeks all inclusive but was bitterly disapointed as it was 11 to 11 and you have to queue to order drinks then go to next bar for your drink. Also at meal times, you had to queue for your drink before going into the restaurant!!! The rooms where spotless, cleaned every day and towels changed every day. Meals where varied and something for everyone. Plenty of sunbeds but you had to pay 1 euro a day for a pad. Had to pay 10 euro for 15 hours of wifi each also which is only accessable in reception area and some spots at the pool. Entertainment was non existant during the day...not even music at the pool and evening entartainment was usually some guy with a guitar or keyboard who sang. The last night of our holiday was a group called The MICS who where more for our age group and played modern music. The locals would pay to come in and ballroom dance, line dance etc which was entertaining....NOT. The location was excellent, great views and quiet, we faced the courtyard and never heard a thing. All in all this hotel was lovely but they need to sort out the all inclusive, wifi and rubbish entertainment.More


Good Hotel

Had a lovley week at this hotel we had a sea viewroom which I would recommend have been before will go again went to have to get Valletta twice which is beautiful entertainment every night dinning nice and relaxed didn't need to get to dressed up which was good because it was hot More

Shirley S, 187052

Short Four Night Break, first trip to Malta!

We visited Malta for the first time for a four night short break. The aim was not so much to sight see but just to relax. We arrived at 2am, very tired. The Reception was very friendly and helpful - we paid extra for a sea view room. The room is basic, but has everything you need, wardrobe, draw space, kettle and mugs / hairdryer/tv. Wifi connection good but had to pay, although it wasn't that pricey. The bathroom looked newly refurbished to a lovely standard. Overall the room / bathroom and hotel was very clean. I wasn't keen on the rooms which overlooked each other in a 'square' so was pleased I'd paid extra for the sea view. It was exceptionally hot when we arrived, 35 degrees! We had the door to our balcony open in the evening to try to cool the room, there was air conditioning but it wasn't great. The noise from the road was very loud but once the door was shut the noise was dampened to an acceptable level. I think you would only be troubled by the noise in the evening whilst trying to sleep. The hotel had a buffet type restaurant, pool bar and also a pizza/pasta restaurant which you can use one evening's all inclusive voucher to eat there. The main eating area had a variety of breakfast - fruit/bread/cheese and the usual cooked breakfast. Lunch and dinner had a variety of meat / salad / vegetable / bread etc. The all inclusive food options were not as varied as other hotels I had visited, although the food was adequate and of nice quality. The pool bar had a good range of food too. The pasta/pizza restaurant is worth a visit, food lovely! We had food / drink available to us any time we wanted and didn't notice and periods during the day/evening when food was not available. Cocktails had to be paid for which was a bit disappointing. The all inclusive card system, where you have to que and show your card for drinks can be a bit confusing and a wrist band would be much simpler? We went on one trip whilst staying there, on the open top bus, which toured the north of the island. We visited Valetta which is a must and is beautiful! Qawra itself has restaurants / cafes / shops, a nice sea front and is a lovely queit place to stay. We struggled to get sun beds, but mainly because we only like them in the shade, they are reserved very very early and this is maybe something that needs to be reviewed and seemed a little unfair. On the sea front there are a small number of sun beads, we paid six euros for two beds and a parasol, we were happy to do this as there was more of a breeze. The entertainment each evening consisted of various singers, all very good! Many people, guests and maybe a few locals provided additional entertainment with their dancing skills - we enjoyed this! There is a little coffee house at the front of the hotel (we didn't use this) not included in all inclusive, but did look lovely. Some locals seemed to use this, along with the hotel in general and there are locals which visit the sea front in the evening - this was lovely to see. All in all the hotel location is excellent with beautiful views, staff friendly, cleanliness excellent, food ok, more variety I feel required but still good standard. I would recommended this hotel as a good base for people to stay and visit / tour the island.More

Tracey S, 186335

A bit disappointed however we did enjoy

Not the usual all inclusive, they use a card so you stand and order at one place then move to another place to wait for the order, it would be so much better with wrist bands. Rooms were OK, hair drier in rooms, lovely shower room. Very nice position overlooking the sea at the front of the hotel, nice benches placed out side to enjoy the view. You could not get a drink in the lounge unless you payed for it, pity it was a lovely lounge. We enjoyed the entertainment, you had to pay for towels daily, and if you wanted a sun bed cushion it was one euro a day. There was very little choice for vegetarians, salads did not say if they contained meat or not, staff at reception were not very friendly, enjoyed Malta this was my first visit there, I hope this hotel improves in the future it could be great.More


Return journey

We went back again this yea and it will be our last holiday using it. Of the 5 visits we have had here this was by far the most disappointing. The place has been refurbished but gawd knows who by. Probably Bob the demolition man. A shower that wets more of the room than the tray. Toilet door with the lock on the outside. Beds made of boxes that creak more than the Marie celest. all inclusive is negliglable as you still pay for item that should be free at the cost we paid I sum up the holiday as not VFM . Waiting staff more interested in their mobile phones and chatting than clearing used tables. We noted one who cleared 4 tables in one hour, so people had to use other sections, Reception staff were ok except one who was so rude she could work at fawlty towers. Reported faults to her and she laughed. Faults fixed none. Lots of sun yes , A desire to return again. NO. Sorry to say our anniversary break was more of a disaster than a break. Could I recommend this as a 4 star nope maybe a Blackpool 1 star if I was generous.More


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