We used the Marina Hotel as a base while in Malta for a wedding. We had a hire car for which there is secure parking below the hotel. Staff were all helpful and cheerful and the breakfast restaurant was pleasant with plenty of choice. We found access to anywhere we wanted to go easy... plenty was accessible on foot from the hotel (decent shops, bars, restaurants and seafront)
The pools and poolsides are well tended and clean and towels provided. Good food is available both at the Marina and next door at the Corinthia and service throughout is polite and welcoming. There is an enclosed swimming area in the bay for anyone wishing to swim in the sea and watersports available too.
Traveller from Warrington, UK
Enjoy a panoramic view of beautiful St. Georges Bay from your private balcony. Marina Hotel at the Corinthia Beach Resort …More
Excellent hotel, friendly staff, especially pool bar staff - raul on reception is a little unprofessional and casual compared to the other colleagues but this may be because the other staff are exceptional! All pool staff could not have done more especially a blond girl with very blue eyes (sorry can't remember name)
Close to busy St Julian's but quiet and secluded. Clean decent sized room ( worth paying extra for sea view to ensure privacy), bathroom needed more rails to cope with masses of towels supplied. Staff mostly polite and helpful. Restaurants provided mix of well cooked different styles. Pools were clean and lovely to swim in, but some parasols and loungers in need of repair and upgrading.
A good hotel. Airconditioning did a good job of cooling the room. Beds were comfortable. Breakfasts OK - a healthy corner with fresh fruit salad. Wifi worked OK in the lobby [not offered in the bedrooms]. Would be happy to stay in this hotel if i needed to come back to St Julians. Nice view of the swimming pool and the inlet from the bedroom window. The resort is a bit of a concrete jungle so i will probably want to stay in a greener part of Malta next time.
Stayed room only (as opposed to half board) Good views from terrace to eat al fresco. Large rooms. Clean. Not too noisy.
2 pools are good. Should have the kids pool where the adults one is. Dance music at kids pool was repetitive++. A bit pushy to get you involved in activities and "have fun".
Good clean hotel in good location for shops bars resteraunts etc. staff good n hotel clean. St Julian's however is aimed at the teenager and gets really rocky at Night and is literally just a step away from the hotel. However we had quiet sleeps in the room overlooking the pool area. Every way you turn there is a crane building extensions to both this hotel and those surrounding it apart from the impaired view these works didn't interrupt our holiday in anyway. This was our honeymoon but didn't stop us being moved to accommodate a Saudi familly that wanted the whole floor to themselves. The management did compensate us though adequately. Main downside was groups of roudy lads occupying the pool at weekend and evenings and hand to hang towels over air conditioning to stop air con blowing fans onto bed.
For a 5 star hotel (owned by a U.S. Co.) the standard of excellent service at reception was not matched by staff at all levels. Ice makers didn't work on every floor and fridges could be easier to fill with your own beverages without hassle. Small notice threatens to charge you seconds after removing mini bar items to make room, or you can pay a daily charge to clear it of all their stuff.... In reality they are happy to waive as long as you haven't consumed anything. Pool towels not always available without going to find staff and only one of the pool-side two showers worked. That said great location with lovely views and one of the best buffet breakfasts we have ever had for the money.
Traveller from Bournemouth UK
Hotel with Asian spa, influenced by traditional architecture and located 200 metres from a beautiful promenade and beach. The …More
Centred around St Julian’s Bay and St George’s Bay, St Julian’s is Malta’s prime resort. Pretty Spinola Bay (part of St Julian’s Bay) is lined with restaurants that overlook colourful traditional boats and modern yachts. The rest of the bay features large hotels, lidos, and a small pleasure harbour. Immediately inland, Paceville is a dense concentration of nightspots, and includes the Bay Street shopping and leisure complex.