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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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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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 and a small fridge.
These twin rooms have space for up to 3 with an extra bed in the bedroom.
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Good value for money, excellent location
Our first time in this hotel & we had a very pleasant stay. We had booked a Studio Apartment with sea views, but we were lucky enough to be given the Penthouse on the 8th floor. It was very quiet, spacious & spotlessly clean. Two patio doors exit onto a 30 ft wide private terrace with two sun loungers a table and two chairs, with magnificent views of St Julians & the sea. The staff were very friendly & helpful. We were self catering, so can't comment on the food. The hotel is in an excellent location for walking to Sliema & St Julians, with plenty of bars & restaurants within a few minutes walk.More
John H, 190822
'Come back in the morning'
This is what we were told on 3 occasions when complaining. Will start with the good. Rooftop pool and bar. Location. The beds were comfortable. Now for the poor. Towels were greying. One woman at reception was so rude! She slammed down the card machine, spoke rudely and had poor attitude. On rechecking in to the other side my partner was met by another rude receptionist. Our first room was smelly, like old toilet and damp smelly. No windows to the room. Shower doors didn't close properly so flooded the bathroom. And as I found out at 06:30am it was right above the kitchen and next to what I assume is the breakfast room as there were staff having very loud conversations. Long story short to getting a new room, we had to rebook online and after speaking to the restaurant and reservations manager we managed to resolve the room / refund issue. The management were helpful and the stay after this was fine. Can't say I'd recommend or come back to stay. More
Excellent locaton friendly staff spotless room
Staff were wonderful couldn't do enough. Varied breakfast menu always hot. Stayed from the 6th - 13th June. Rooftop pool clean plenty of sunbathing area. Rooftop bar with lovely views. Good entertainment at night. Wouldn't hesitate to stay again.More
Excellent location but 'room ' for improvement
Usually I enthuse about the hotels I stay in so I'll enthuse a little first. The location is ideal with bus stops and eateries nearby. Great views from the rooftop bar and excellent attentive bar staff. Evening entertainment is good and locals frequently visit ; a positive sign. On Friday evenings for the summer , there's a great young singer called Sharon Pereira- a performer not to be missed. Dining room service is excellent. You can breakfast from 7am so an early sightseeing start is possible each day. Breakfast coffee and yogurt of good quality. Excellent soup served in the evenings. The room cleaned to a high standard. Laundry done perfectly. Some very helpful receptionists. Now I have to stop enthusing.......... The free wi-fi in the lobby is erratic so ask the receptionist to log you into the Pontia Vecchia one. No BBC TV only BBC radio so had to be content with Euronews ! Grey and frayed towels though clean do not create a good impression. Not asking for 400 thread Egyptian cotton but please invest in some new stock. Likewise,mattress protectors are 'De rigueur' in 2017 so for the sake of guest hygiene, please ensure all beds are dressed accordingly. The shower cubicle was so tiny that even a Size 8 supermodel like myself could 'barely' turn around - this is really a bit of a health and safety issue. Laundry has to be collected at reception and laundry slips do not allow for just washing and drying so don't pack your travel iron ! Breakfast is repetitive and needs more variety and fresh fruit. The evening salad bar would bore a rabbit so a bit of extra crunch is needed. The chefs are talented as the occasional beautiful gammon or pork proved but generally the evening menu is limited so for some bed and breakfast might have to be the solution. Wait ! I have now run out of enthusiasm completely.... Windowless single rooms with air con so loud (at lowest setting) I thought I was back at Luqa airport are surely illegal ? After a late check in on night one and now on night two without sleep, I decamped to the lobby (the few lines under my eyes now with bags as well) to get some fresh air and a rest. My complaints were noted and the next day I was moved to a single room with a window and more gentle air con in the next building. Had my tour operator's hotel voucher stated' budget windowless single room inc Rolls Royce engine with no single supplement ' , I would have cancelled. I had paid for a single room and I had paid a single supplement. I expected better. Perhaps some major refurbishment of these 'windowless' dungeons is needed ?More
Go Solo to malta
I stayed at the Plaza Regency Hotel In Slima Malta as a Single traveller for three weeks Half Board from the5th of March to the 25th. All Booked through Mercury Travel As a single traveller my room did not have a balcony just a small window looking out at the back of the Hotel. My room was tastefully decorated and modern plenty of draw and wardrobe space with a shower and toilet and hair dryer. Tea and Coffee making can be purchased at a very reasonable cost I think I paid approx. 25 Euro for three weeks the tea coffee and milk topped up each day it was well worth it. The other important thing was the safe which was an extra but once again was a good purchase and I cannot say that all the safes are the same but my one was big enough to hold a laptop and two DSLR Camera and 4 lens etc. a really good sized safe. The restraint food could not be faulted it was always hot and with a very good choice, Breakfast fried eggs every day the local Malta breed is a bonus with the usual tea and coffee and machine soft drinks. The evening meal did not include the same breakfast drinks not even a glass of water but this was so you can purchase wine beer and soft drinks from the waiter. The Hotel is in a prime location with a nice seafront to walk in either direction from the hotel with a bus stop outside so very easy to get to Valletta .The Hotel reception staff were always helpful; I noticed some comments saying the staff are a bit abrupt this is Malta and the Maltese can at time seem abrupt. Now a few tips. Bus pass 12 Euro gets you 15 but trips and within 2 hours you can change busses Bus Pass 25 Euro unlimited travel for a week Museums for 36 Euro pensioners rate gives you a pass for one month and you can visit all the listed museums and ancient sites listed just the once fine if like me you visit them all including those in Gozo. Another way to see things is the Hop on Off Tour Bus Red bus for the South Trip and Blue bus for the North Trip See the lady across the road from the Hotel to the left. You may like me get some added trips for free like the Boat trip and Vintage Bus Trip approx. 15 Euro a trip. Malta is a safe place I walked all over the place down back streets and the back of beyond The Maltese are friendly and always helpful. Also managed to take nearly 7000 photographs once sorted down to 5000 Malta is definitely a photography show stopper. They are avid dog lovers and you will see loads of warning signs ref fines for not cleaning up after your dog, without saying more watch where you step??.More
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