We stayed for a month. Great food. Lovely hotel, clean spacious room well decorated.
Free drinks in the dining room including lager, soft drinks, red or white wine all on tap.
The food was presented really well and was delicious. Something to suit all tastes.
This is a reasonably comfortable hotel for the area but certainly not 4 star by british standards. About 10 minutes to Bugibba square and St Pauls Bay waterfront. Breakfast buffet was quite good with hot and cold choices but not high quality( watered down fruit juice for example). Bar by pool OK but not inviting and little used at night! Air con in room was nor effective and we reckon this is usual talking to other guests. Hotel, rooms and pool area were kept very clean and pool area is large with plenty of loungers and a spacious pool. Reception well staffed and willing to offer help where needed. Room (202) was massive with pool view (two rooms in one) with double balcony. However, no chairs in room and only cheap plastic chairs on balcony with no tables so not good for leisurely chilling! Things like this make this hotel only adequate in our view.
Traveller from North Shields, UK
Large, resort-style hotel with modern facade situated in the seaside resort of Bugibba, 500 metres from the town …More
Ideally placed in centre, near bus station and restaurants. Room excellent position at front with full sun on balcony. Comfortable bed, sofa etc in room. Only had breakfast and that was more than adequate buffet style - if a little predictable.
Hotel, over Festive period, full of more elderly clientele.
Traveller from southampton
Centrally located 6-storey hotel, 50 metres from the promenade’s restaurants and nightlife, and 150 metres from the …More
When we arrived we were welcomed as returning guests and there was a complimentary bottle of wine and free safety box. This was the third time we have stayed there so we knew what we were getting. The only disappointment was how far we had to walk to our room from the lifts. Route march to say the least.
The reception was beautiful and modern looking despite Malta being a very historical place. Staff were friendly and helpful. Only downside was that cleaners clean your room "every 3 days" however, we still had cleaners coming into our room while we were away and "half cleaned" our room.. (The bed was not made and everything didn't seem "cleaned". We only realised cleaners came in because they had replaced the towels).
Great facilities with the indoor pool, gym and spa. Bus stop to the airport was literally outside the hotel so it was quite convenient.
Restaurants around the hotel were really nice too, especially Ocean Basket which was just a 2 minute walk from the hotel.
There is a sense of well-being at the Sunflower that you wouldn't expect in a low cost Maltese hotel in December.
The welcome is real, and the staff go out of their way to be nice. The room I had was spacious for the price and warm. there was some noise from the water closet in the bathroom, and the A/C heating was quite noisy, but the rooms are well insulated from outside sound so I was happy.
Traveller from Hastings
A modern hotel located in a quiet area of Qawra, within 300 metres of the seafront and 500 metres from the town centre.The …More
Stayed for 3 nights hotel very nice, good facilities, pool lovely, rooms good with a/c that is not too noisy, had a balcony overlooking the pool and sea. Road between hotel and pool a bit noisy. There is nightly entertainment poolside until midnight quite loud but you know it will end at midnight. Food good (only had breakfast) Hotel has a nightclub. There is access to a rocky beach. Qwara is busy with plenty of restaurants. I would recommend this hotel.
We booked a last minute stay after missing a flight. Arrived at hotel within 2 hours of booking online. They found us a room quickly. Nothing special but perfectly adequate. Clean and roomy enough. Great value for the price.
Traveller from perth
Opened in 1982, this modern holiday hotel is centrally located in popular area of Bugibba, on the north-western tip of Malta …More
The adjoining resorts of Qawra and Bugibba are set on the large St Paul’s Bay, where St Paul was allegedly shipwrecked. Both resorts were purpose-built in the 1980s. Bugibba has a small square, shops, bars, budget restaurants, nightclubs and a small harbour from which several pleasure boat excursions run. Swimming and water sports take place off the promenade and at lidos. Activities in Qawra tend to be hotel-based.
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