This is a nice hotel, the staff are very friendly and helpful. The rooms are clean and well maintained and they serve a lovely breakfast. It is located in a central location near the bus stop and there is many bars and restaurants close by.
Do not go to this hotel if you are looking for 5-star luxury or spa-style comfort. It's a cheap hotel that, I believe, gives excellent value for money. Four of us stayed for a long weekend in October. We were looking for a no-nonsense place to sleep, essentially, so I was positively surprised by the experience.
The room (E40) was a two-bed apartment with a simple kitchen and living/dining room. It had two bathrooms, which was unexpected, and two balconies big enough for all four of us to stand on without feeling squished. In total it was about 600 sq ft, so quite roomy.
The decoration was ancient, at a guess late 1970s, and it takes some getting used to. But it was very clean and tidy (it got a quick clean every day we were there). There was a lot of space and easily enough furniture to be comfortable. Everything worked - sockets, sinks, fridge, freezer etc.
Outside, there are two large pools and beach towels are available for a €5 deposit. The staff, particularly at reception, were very unpretentious and friendly. There is wifi in reception (not in rooms) and it was slow, but we were able to get a few vital work emails done so tolerable. We didn't try the food.
Sundown Court is excellent value for money - not much more than a hostel bed. Perfect for people who don't mind simple no-nonsense accommodation.
A low-cost room so don't expect any creature comforts, but it was clean, had a decent shower, everything worked including the air con and wifi, and the staff were friendly and helpful enough. The breakfast slipped below my standards though - orange squash and kraft cheese slices were a dismal way to start the day.
Modern complex situated in the centre of St Julians, 300 metres from the sandy St. George’s Bay and Paceville …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.
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