At the Hotel Plaza Regency you get two hotels for the price of one – it’s joined to the next-door Plaza Hotel, giving you access to both places.
A prom-side setting has the Hotel Plaza Regency serving up sea views left, right and centre. A rocky beach and a family-friendly park also pull up opposite the hotel.
The Hotel Plaza Regency is joined at the hip to the hotel next door, so as well as a smart rooftop pool and sea-view restaurants and bars, a big range of rooms are in the offing.
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- Floors: 6 or 8
- Lifts: 4 at Plaza, 2 at Plaza Regency
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- Fantastic value for money
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- Opt-in extras like in-flights meals or a larger luggage allowance
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Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Rooftop outdoor pool
On the roof of Plaza Regency, you'll be able to soak up the panoramic views of Balluta Bay and the Mediterranean Sea.
Penthouse buffet restaurant
From its prime position on the sixth floor, you'll be able to soak up the views of Balluta Bay as you enjoy your meal. This penthouse restaurant offers a buffet spread for breakfast and dinner. Vegetarian and gluten free diets can also be catered for, and highchairs are available. Charges may apply for certain meals depending on your Board Basis.
In the hotel's forecourt, this air-conditioned café offers snacks, sandwiches, pastries, ice-cream and a range of coffees.
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twin room with limited sea view and balcony
These airy twin rooms feature natural tones throughout. There’s room for 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom. You’ll have a balcony outside overlooking the partial sea view.
superior twin room with sea view and balcony
These superior twin rooms have space for 3 with an extra bed in the bedroom. You’ll also have a balcony outside overlooking the sea.
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Bed and breakfast
A bit dated.clean ,towels were supposed to be white but were gray.the safe in the room was tiny and u had to pay for it. The breakfast was poor.the staff were nice.the cafe that was attached was ok but the staff need to learn how to do drinks .More
Susan S, 186338
Great value in a good location
We booked this as a last minute deal for a fortnights stay and we were not disappointed. Our room and balcony had a sea view which is well worth the extra, giving a view clear across the bay. Our room was a good size and clean. Towels were changed daily. All the staff from reception to cleaners were pleasant and helpful. A particular mention must go to Marynell on reception. She was always smiling even in some difficult circumstances. She is an asset to the hotel. There was an evening buffet style restaurant serving acceptable three course dinners. For those, like us, who had not booked on a dinner/B&B basis, meal vouchers could be purchased at reception each day for â¬11 each - good value for three courses and a drink. This gave us flexibility of choosing to eat in or out. It is only a short walk around the bay to St Julians and its large selection of restaurants. The location is good for exploring the island with a bus stop immediately outside the entrance taking you into the main bus terminal as well as other island destinations. â¬21 ticket gives a weeks travel 24/7 on any island route.More
You get what you pay for
Great staff, Restaurant ok price and food, Rooms ok, Sea view great, all in all a ok Hotel. We stayed for a week only thing we could say about it is that you have to pay extra to get anything out off the room. Other thing is, it seems weird that an English speaking country and on this hotel the only English channel on the TV is news, all other is so far we could hear, Italian, Turkish and German.. We really could had used more channels with English when your tired in the evening and want to relax.More
Rielou H, 189512
My wife and I found this hotel as a packaged deal with a flight and transportation to/from the airport, and we can honestly say that our stay was average at best. Let's start with the pros: 1. The hotel is at a good location near restaurants and bakeries, and you're right across the street from the promenade and the bay. The promenade was a big win for us! 2. Hotel staff was very professional and courteous. Not one time did we have any negative interaction with them, so kudos! 3. Room was always clean with fresh sheets and towels provided, and the shower kept its temperature very well. 4. There's a small indoor pool in case you want to swim when it's raining outside. 5. Lobby was pretty nice just to sit and relax for a few, and you can use the wifi for free. And now we unfortunately have to mention the cons: 1. Our room felt small for two people, but we still managed to make it work. However, our room had a view of the hotel's internal pipes and inner walls. Granted we didn't book a room with a view of the bay, but seeing the pipes was disappointing. The bed was too soft for us, and after a couple of days we developed shoulder and back pain. Good thing we brought medication for that. 2. The room's main door did absolutely nothing to block out any sound, so we heard everything. Also, the doors for the main stairwell were open most of the time. Combine that with bare floors and walls, and we could hear every conversation that was taking place at the stairs, even from people who were on different floors. 3. Speaking of noise, the maids began their cleaning generally around 7am. Again, thanks to the bare floors and walls, even the smallest sound they made was amplified due to the acoustics. 4. Wifi was not free from the room and is quite expensive. It ranged from 30 minutes for 1.50 Euro to 10 hours for 20 Euro. Unless you're in dire need of wifi in bed, stick to the wifi in the lobby. While we had international plans, reception from our room was very poor. You might have better luck with a room that has an external view. 5. They served English breakfast, which was disappointing. We've stayed in other hotels that had English breakfast that was quite good, but this hotel was not a hit. The fried eggs appeared slimy, the "scrambled" eggs actually appeared and tasted like they were dehydrated with water added. They had apple, grapefruit, orange, and pineapple juices, and all were terrible. We weren't expecting freshly squeezed, but these juices left a lot to be desired. Unless you like instant coffee, skip it and go for the tea (peppermint was our favorite). We elected to go to a local cafe for breakfast (Mr. Maxim's Jr. Cafe for the win!). Overall, it wasn't a disastrous stay at the hotel by any means. The staff was among the friendliest we've ever encountered, the hotel was generally clean, and its location was great. Just be prepared for whatever imperfections that may come your way.More
Our first visit to Malta. We had booked a side sea view room but it seems we got an upgrade ( only realised this when we went into our room, no one told us) to the 8th floor penthouse in the added on block of the hotel (there's an apartment between the hotel and the block) this was easily accessed by a corridor and lift at the rear. The room was huge with an amazing view. Only had one problem within a few hours of arriving we managed to lock ourselves out onto the balcony. The patio doors locked behind us and having no phone signal we couldn't phone the hotel for help. 8 floors up no one heard our shouts so all my husband could do was phone the emergency service on his phone (999). After persuading the police it wasn't a prank they finally phoned reception and we got rescued. Only after this did we see a sign on the inside of the door ( unreadable really, could do with new ones) instructing how to keep the door unlocked oops. We found wifi downstairs in reception, this was obvious by the amount of people sat around on phones/tablets and we joined them nightly to post our regular facebook updates like you do. Buffet breakfast was 5.75 euros each but well worth it a lovely spread. We stayed four nights and ate at peppis across the road and in Caras cafÃ© downstairs ( you can get the hotels wifi in there too) both lovely food. The hotel is very handy for the buses, walking into St Julians and around the headland where we got a ferry to Valetta. We only stayed for 4 days and we need to return as there was so much we didn't see and do. We will return to this hotel, I'd love the penthouse again but if not I think booking a seaview 3rd floor and up rather than a side sea view will be nicer as the view is worth the extra money. Decided not to hire a car because a) there wasn't anywhere to park it and b) the drivers are mad! There didn't seem to be any rules and the cost of the bus isn't expensive at all and worth it to stay alive. The weather was pleasant, around 15/16 degrees we were wearing t shirts while the locals were still in padded coats and boots. Guessing it gets really hot in summer. We were there for Valetta carnival ( weekend before Ash Wednesday) which was colourful and very busy but worth a visit. Took the bus to St Pauls bay/Bugghiba which is a nice area too but we prefer this one. Overall no complaints with the hotel or area.More
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