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We just returned from a week in Malta and stayed in the Cavalieri Art Hotel, and were so impressed with our stay! It's in such a fantastic location - right on the water in Spinola Bay. You can reach the waters edge directly from the...More
Visited Malta for a family gathering a week ago and decided to give the Cavalieri Art Hotel a try, but was not expecting much to be honest. however I was pleasantly surprised. good size beds for a twin-probably both queen size, staff attentive and polite...More
Very nice hotel.
Pool area is very clean.
Rooms are clean and contain a fridge with mini bar.
tea and coffee facilities in the rooms and free wifi throughout.
Rooms contained a safe which was free to use.
Booked with kids, but had...More
Generally speaking, hotels are not all that great on Malta –– but Cavalieri is not bad at all. Especially the open flow lobby-to-terrasse-to-pool-to-bar-and-grill with a view of the picturesque St. Julian Bay with its colorful small fishing boats, bay-front restaurants etc. is very pleasing. Food on...More
a really clean large hotel smack in the centre of st julians bay..great food, no rip off prices for food by the pool,and superb staff, would def stay there again, nice breakfast included and very central,
I've stayed in the Cavalieri's "Twin French Window Land View" rooms several times. All my rooms have had a round mirror on a concertina arm and I believe the mirror is magnifying on one side and plain on the... More
I've stayed in the Cavalieri's "Twin French Window Land View" rooms several times. All my rooms have had a round mirror on a concertina arm and I believe the mirror is magnifying on one side and plain on the other side.