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Was nice to stay, big apartment, kitchen with utensils, bathroom with bath, but very poor connected to Valletta - only one bus that comes about once in 30 minutes and makes a circle movement, that means it takes about 10 minutes to go there FROM...More
Having lived in Malta I was not aware of this place. The location is very central but quiet. The rooms are big and clean, for today's standards cheap. You have a kitchenette to prepare your own breakfast as the restaurant is unfortunately closed. The pool...More
This hotel was probably amazing in the 70's. Unfortunately it is in need of modernising. Apart from this, I couldn't really fault it. There was plenty of parking, it was clean and comfortable. Clear instructions were given to us for transport links and the staff...More
The hotel is situated in a dark neighbourhood where there is nothing to do. The rooms were very dirty and full of cackroaches and little animals in the beds we all got scabies. Also we were the only one who stayed in the hotel it...More
My Dad and I stayed 2 nights each. Our rooms were absolutely disgusting- mine stank of mould and both rooms were absolutely boiling hot- the fans are very old and there is no air con.
Beds were absolutely awful too- they must be ancient. No...More
There is only one to the best of my knowledge. Kappara and Sliema are adjoining suburbs to the west of Valletta. Malta has a very confusing address and postcode system however if you plug the address into Google... More
There is only one to the best of my knowledge. Kappara and Sliema are adjoining suburbs to the west of Valletta. Malta has a very confusing address and postcode system however if you plug the address into Google Maps and zoom out you will see how it fits together near the university on the Sliema peninsular. Having said that, please read my review, you might want to reconsider staying there (unless things have improved.
Best regards, Ivon