Golden Tulip Vivaldi Hotel
No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Continental Breakfast
- Shuttle bus service
- Drycleaning onsite
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
Travelers also recommend:
- More recommendations
TripAdvisor Reviews Golden Tulip Vivaldi Hotel Saint Julian's
Travel Blogs from Saint Julian's
... some time in there. The day was quite hot requiring a nice cream on our return to Valletta. There is a shop here where you decide what you want, for example a cone or cup, what size you want and then pay the little man at the cash register. He gives you a docket and then the girls serve the ice cream. You can have as many flavours as will fit in the ...
... smokers with no respect for the environment at all. Mary used her empty coffee cup to collect the butts around our space and we practiced our disapproving glares at those near us using the rocks as their ashtray – in such a beautiful area it seemed such a pity that they were polluting both the fresh air near us and the ground around. Unfortunately, Aussie stares are not enough deterrent for seasoned European smokers! We also watched with intrigue when the ...
... There was a 6 euro entry fee and for this you also got an audio guide. The cathedral was built by the Knights of Saint John in the 1570s. There are some amazing art treasures so it was really worth the entrance fee. We then caught the bus to Fort Rinella where we spent the afternoon watching re- enactments of life at the fort. It was another beautiful sunny day and it was nice to ...
... sailors were ****** off that the local wasn’t open, so they started throwing rocks towards the bar. One of the rocks landed in a small shrine (to Our Lady of Mount Carmel) which was hanging outside the bar. The stone broke the glass of the frame, but didn’t touch the portrait itself, and remained lodged in the glass even though there were strong winds. The shrine was then taken to a small chapel in Gzira, where the church was later built. You ...
... English and I said, what the hell. That was the first time ever I actually left the car a few meters later. I got offered so many rides later on, especially in Gozo and I am sure they all meant well, but this guy just freaked me out and I stuck to buses that came later and walking under the sun.
I had two goals in Ta’Qali: the Aviation Museum and the Crafts Village. I began with the Aviation Museum ...