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My friend and I recently stayed at Le Meridien in separate rooms. What a fantastic place to stay while in Malta.
We unfortunately weren't able to get a room with a sea view, but had a balcony overlooking a parking lot. It was very very...More
We stayed here for a week in April and thoroughly enjoyed our stay. We had a 7th floor room with sea view and balcony. The room was a good size and the large bathroom included a large corner bath and separate shower. The double glazing...More
My fiancé and I stayed for 4nights, during that time they kindly put together a little birthday surprise which my fiancé loved and also kindly help me out when feeling unwell.
The Spa is amazing and rooftop terrace a welcome break from the streets below....More
This hotel was a complete delight to stay at, and the perfect location for a week exploring Malta.
On arrival we had assistance from concierge with parking and the bags, and the check in process was very smooth. Our room was amazing, on the 9th...More
Touch of class. Staff are friendly and professional especially the 2 ladies receptionist on duty. Also the manager helped me alot. I definitely recommend the stay. JONATHAN BALDACCHINO. I lost my home key and had no id just a copy and they helped me. Thanks...More
The hotel itself allows kids but we hardly saw any while we were there. Certainly not overrun. I wouldn't say locally there were huge numbers of kids hanging around, there are quite a few teenagers/early 20s crowds more... More
The hotel itself allows kids but we hardly saw any while we were there. Certainly not overrun. I wouldn't say locally there were huge numbers of kids hanging around, there are quite a few teenagers/early 20s crowds more towards pacevile and St Julian's bay but not so much around Balluta.
The weather in Malta is basicaly hot and dry all year. Going March-May is slightly cooler (low 20s) and there's more greenery about. Summer can hit 40.
There aren't a huge number of sandy beaches in Malta so if sunbathing is what you're after you may be better suited to the rooftop pool and terrace of the hotel itself. If you're into watersports there is a watersports company at the bay, just in front of the Mount St Carmel church and they'll organise parasailing, jetskis etc for you- don't worry about associated noise though as this all happens round at St Julian's bay and you get a (free) speedboat round when your shot is due.
I'd recommend this hotel and this area of Malta generally.