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Unsurpassed location. Service very odd. Not allowed to sit at certain tables for a drink in the bar even though we hadn't said whether we were staying for dinner. Upgrading works need to be accompanied by better levels of customer service.More
Response from David M, Owner at British HotelResponded 9 September 2017
Thanks for your review. Parts of the lounge bar is being used as a restaurant due to the high demand of clients wanting to dine here. When people come for drinks we have to assign them certain tables that will not be used for dinner...More
Centrally located hotel, with stunning views of the harbor, great accessibility to main sites of the city, although located between the upper and lower town, you´ll need to walk steps everywhere you go from the hotel. Very cordial and arable staff, however problems with the...More
I am here on business and staying an extra day to wander around Valletta. The location is great, right on the water. My room has an ocean view and is well air-conditioned. Wifi works well, bed was comfortable enough. Yes it is a bit worn...More
We had 9 nights in Malta and booked this hotel based on Maltese friends who stay there when they visit. The balcony room looks out over the Grand Harbour and is a fantastic way to spend some time relaxing, morning or evening. The hotel is...More
This hotel is for most part "value for the money". Nice and clean, beautifull view from the little terrasse over Grand Harbour, and the breakfast was fine with lot of variations. BUT the most important on a hotel is the beds. And they are really...More
The food in Malta is closely related to Italian one, with big emphasis on seafood, but you must be careful, I got sick after eating a Tuna fillet in a nice restaurante in Valletta, I would suggest you go to a restaurant that... More
The food in Malta is closely related to Italian one, with big emphasis on seafood, but you must be careful, I got sick after eating a Tuna fillet in a nice restaurante in Valletta, I would suggest you go to a restaurant that is crowded, most likely the food is circulating enough not to be old.