We visited the Hilton, Malta for our honeymoon and we couldn't have asked for more, even if we had actually told them it was our honeymoon! Terrific views to the hotel pools, harbour and sea! Very convenient location for shops, bars and restaurants! Local public transport links were very close and the open top tour buses actually come to the front door of the hotel. Breakfast was amazing, so much choice. A+! We will definitely return.
The hotel is close to everything in St Julian's and bus links to other parts of the island are literally just down the road. The hotel is very comfortable, with a roof top pool and bar, although most evenings this closed at 7.30pm. Not looking for a huge night out, but a few sun downer drinks would be nice overlooking the sea. We didn't eat breakfast there and thought the €12 per person was a bit expensive for this so we ate out every day. There no wifi available in the room, only at the pool bar and reception, which in a way was a blessing. Overall a very welcome hotel and we would stay here again and recommend.
My husband and I have been visiting Malta for many years and have stayed in several different hotels around the island, and a villa one year for all the family. However, we booked into the Intercontinental a few years ago as where we originally wanted to stay was full. This was fortuitous for us as we've never looked back, although our first impressions weren't great as the taxi drove up the road where the hotel is located. At that point we wondered what we had let ourselves in for!!! We did not realise we had booked a 'club room' so to find out we had access to the 'club' facilities was a very pleasant surprise. After experiencing other club facilities in other top brand hotels in Malta, the InterContinental's on the 15th floor is the best by a long way. Now it's been refurbished, it's even better. Very stylish, functional, lovely helpful staff and very good food on offer, from the breakfast, afternoon tea to pre-dinner drinks with canapés. This hotel also has its own small sandy private beach with excellent swimming in St George's Bay. Their restaurant Paranga is built out on the water, so particularly pretty at night for dinner but we also ate there for lunch too. Again, the food was exceptional and so was the service. All in all very happy with this hotel and will return time and time again. Currently still has some building work going on as they are putting additional floors up and adding an infinity pool on the top floor. Can't wait to see it finished!
"Nice hotel, good location for a relaxing break. "
Nice hotel, though they tried to charge us for using minibar when we couldn't even get it open. We was not the only guests this happened to. Spa area was very nice. Breakfast was not memorable. Overall very good comfortable stay.
Traveller from london
Hotel with Asian spa, influenced by traditional architecture and located 200 metres from a beautiful promenade and beach. The …More
Comfortable , efficient well run hotel with everything you need . Upon entering a striking gleaming entrance , the staff are fantastic providing wonderful service with nothing too much trouble .
Rooms are a good size,comfortable,bright with equipped with all you need.
Breakfast in the main Kon Tiki restaurant is an experience on a vast scale catering for all tastes and variations , other facilities on site is The Bridge bar which is inside and our overlooking the main pool area and sea - again really impressive - bistro and a seasonal outdoor area where you can just relax .
This really is the sort of place you can simply relax and be well looked after .
- Nice, modern hotel and well furnished.
- Had two large pools. One indoor the other outdoor.
- Excellent night life 5mins away from hotel as well as a number of restaurants and supermarket on the hotel's door step.
- Had a bed and breakfast however breakfast ranged from cereal, bread, fruit etc. and had to pay extra if wanted a full english cooked.
- Fridge in the hotel rooms comes at a charge of €3 per night.
- Free wifi only in the lobby, wifi in rooms where at a charge of atleast €6 for 24hrs.
Traveller from London
In a quiet area of the lively Maltese town of St Julian’s, this modern style hotel is 500 metres from St Georges’ beach. The …More
Second time this year that we have stayed here for an overnight stay. Good value hotel with comfortable rooms and very friendly staff. Nicely located opposite the promenade, with plenty of restaurants and bars in the vicinity.
Quiet, clean and low cost. Good if you want basic. Clean room and facilities. Dated decor. Really poor air con. Good distance from restaurants, bars and shops in Sliema and St Julian's. Great if you don't want to spend much time at the resort.
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.