We really enjoyed our week in the Kempinski. The junior suite was very spacious with a beautiful bathroom with bath and shower. Staff were friendly and attentive, lots of foreign students. The restaurants were a little expensive but that is the downside of 5* hotels! The pools worked well with 2 having lots of kids and one with almost none so this pool was quiet.
"Very nice settings, private, quiet and secluded."
Lovely hotel and well maintained grounds, let down by the dated reception area and furnishings. Room very nice and bed is beyond comfortable, very clean room, again let down by the sliding bathroom door which makes a lot of noise during the night when used and the other person is sleeping. Loved the spa area, 1st class and the pool area and grounds were beautiful.
Unfortunately, staff were not as helpful or friendly, everything seemed to be a basic formality from check-in to being served at the bar, not much of a welcome. Breakfast was the biggest let down of all, not much choice, food left uncovered with flies and cats all around, so didn't eat what I'd chosen to pay for due to lack of hygiene in that area.
Gozo is very tranquil so if you want to relax away from the hustle then thats the place to be, staff did not give us any information on the free shuttle bus that takes you to the town centre, what to do in the area, what is available, nothing, when I asked about the spa treatments and opening times, I was told there is a brochure in my room, there wasn't and I had to go in search for one which was in the reception area.
Traveller from Essex
Overlooking the cliffs, with views of Comino, this stone property is set amid lush greenery, five kilometres from Malta …More
Great location for swimming in the bay with excellent view. However, do not expect that 4 stars in this area is equal to even 2 stars in Paris or in Munich! Expect hard Matress bed, not good air condition and also flies over the breakfast food ! In many times I bring towl papers and I cover the food as ten cake and Melon that attract the flies and after that fortunately the staff started to use Nylon sheets to cover it but from the third day of my stay. I can say that the staff are excellent and they will work on solving any problem you are managing but do not expect much in this area more than a calm and nice place to stay vacation. I recommend it more than Malta Island. Gozo is very nice
This is the 2nd time we have stayed here, perfect central location to explore Gozo. Jo and Kevin are great hosts and make you very welcome in their beautifully restored home. Lovely breakfast including all locally sourced produce as well as offering a full cooked English breakfast! Will definitely recommend to freinds and family. Very much enjoyed our 4 day stay :-)
An absolutely lovely little family run hotel. Great service and all the staff were always smiling and considerate creating a v good and restful atmosphere. The hotel in Xaghra is looking down the valley to the sea with an uninterrupted view down a quite road.
A fabulous holiday. would go back and would definitely recommend to others.
Located on a ridge with views across the valley and sea, this converted farmhouse lies on the outskirts of the tranquil …More
The Quaint hotel is very newly renovated and has some fantastic facilities. Our Balcony had the most stunning view over Gozo, across to Comino and down Malta the Maltese coast.
One small issue is that the hotel is located right next door to a Church, very light sleepers may be disrupted by the bells which start quite early in the morning.
The thing that really marked this hotel out from others was the Fat Rabbit (a restaurant on the ground floor of the hotel.) Supper or Lunch, the food was beautiful. The fresh pasta was a real treat.
At 15 kilometres long, the island of Gozo is Malta’s small neighbour, six kilometres away by ferry. Unlike Malta, Gozo has not been developed for mass tourism and has a calm atmosphere. It offers pretty coves, quiet old villages, spectacular coastal formations and its Ggantija temples, the oldest structures in the world. Its attractive little historic capital, Victoria, is built around a citadel.