Hotel is close to centre of Gozo capital, Victoria. Room was reasonable size and satisfactory in its facilities, but was dark and dingy due to its only window facing onto an internal well. (There are good rooms with proper windows that face the street, but I didn't have one.) Decent size restaurant, but breakfast ordinary: poor juice, cereal, white sliced bread, and cooked elements lukewarm and kept too long in bain marie.
Modern hotel located in the centre of Gozo’s capital, next to the sports centre and 750 metres from the historic citadel …More
lovely hotel with very comfortable rooms and great spa/squash courts/pool. Staff were extremely good. Only two niggles were the beds are too short, anyone over 6ft will find their feet dangling over the end which isn't particularly comfortable, and the food / restaurants are sub standard both by the hotels standards and the rest of Malta. Would recommend getting out of the hotel to some great local places nearby, you'll have better food for half the price.
This hotel is very stylish with contemporary furniture and fittings and a degree of luxury at what we felt was a very good price. The bed was large and comfortable and was cleaned and re-stocked to perfection every day.
The hotel is located in Nadur, which is a pleasant small town at the highest point of the island which means it has fantastic views out over Gozo from various vantage points. It has a number of restaurants and bars that were marginally cheaper than those on the coast including The Fat Rabbit which is at ground level in the hotel and Fliegu which overlooks Magurr Harbour. Nadur is also a short bus ride or drive away from various other towns, the beach, and Magurr Harbour.
Our only criticisms are nothing really to do with the hotel itself and relate more to the location in Nadur: We could not find any restaurants open during the day in Nadur other than Fliegu so felt the choice was a bit limited. We also think we stayed at this hotel at the wrong time of the year. We booked two nights assuming that we would spend half a day walking around Nadur and half a day walking in the surrounding countryside but the latter was abandoned due to the lack of shade and it being too hot to walk far. Having spent the first five days on the coast at a hotel with a pool, we partly wished we'd stayed where we were.
Aside from these minor quibbles we were very happy with our stay and would recommend it especially if you have access to your own transport or it is cooler weather.
The staff was really nice and helpful and service exceptionally good. It's a pity however that the decor needs to be updated.
Room furnishings are fine but bathrooms and light fixtures need to be changed.
Spa is great, especially the heated pool which is half indoors and half outdoors, allowing you to swim under the stars in a nice garden setting in winter.
Food was good but not 5 star standard. It needs to not just taste good but look good and more elaborate. There is plenty of competition around for good restaurants in Malta and Gozo.
Overlooking the cliffs, with views of Comino, this stone property is set amid lush greenery, five kilometres from Malta …More
It's so hard to think of something to say about Mia Casa that hasn't been said before. Jo and Kevin offer a very special kind of hospitality that is rare; you truly feel as if you are staying at a friend's home. They are both genuinely kind and friendly and seem to make it their mission to ensure you have a great holiday. The house itself is comfortable and beautifully furnished, the breakfast was lovely and the location of Mia Casa being both slap-bang in the middle of Victoria and on a beautiful and quiet street was perfect. Because Jo and Kevin were generous with their local knowledge (including booking a table for us at the island's best restaurant), we were able to get the best out of our short stay.
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.
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