Le Meridien St. Julians
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we arrived to Malta international airport at 9:30 after quick border check our pre-arranged transportation took us to the hotel. we checked in, because the room was not ready yet we left our luggage in the luggage room and head our way to start our tour in Malta. in the entrance floor we met the "supreme tour" Representative and offered us the …
we had a very rich breakfast at the hotel and head our way to the bus station towards sliema ferries. we took the blue route hop on hop off
... and then swordfish for main course (Coral -this was a reminder of the swordfish we had eaten on Stromboli). After lunch I left the others to do further sightseeing while i strolled back through the the town to catch the bus back to the hotel. In Malta most places, shops etc are closed on Sundays. I stopped off to visit St Johns Cathedral which has some famous art works but it was also closed on Sundays other than for ...
... the Auberge de Provence in the center of the city. The earliest artifacts displayed here date from the early Neolithic period from 5200-3800 BC. Many figurines from the Tarxien temples and Hagar Qim are displayed here. They are quite intriguing, in fact, little corpulent women were found and became a symbol of Maltese archeology. This was the only museum that I visited which tried to be child-friendly. Or, teenager friendly I should say. After a ...
... car, drifting in and out, not curious enough about my surroundings to keep me conscious. All I could think of was sleep. The driver, trying to be helpful, kept offering me options of where to get dropped off. Up the hill on Church Square or down the hill? But then I might have to walk. Or at the love sign? I had no idea what she was talking about and no patience to try and work it out. I just said drop me off at anywhere near the address that had wifi and ...
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- Shuttle bus service
- Swimming pool
- Room service
- Wheelchair accessibility
TravelPod Member ReviewsLe Meridien St. Julians Saint Julian's
the hotel is located in the center of the touristic hart of malta. very accessible by public transportation, and sightseeing tour buses. large and comfortable rooms but not all of them are bayward but anyway very luxurious. large veriety of food, excellent service. free wifi only in public zones (with charge in rooms) beautiful spa with 2 swimming pools (open and in doors on the roof) must be photographed on balutta bay background from the roof.
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Historical Traveler Reviews Le Meridien St. Julians Saint Julian's
I have just returned home from a weeks stay at the Le Meridien St Julians with my partner. Before making our booking I spent days reading reviews on this new hotel. We usually stay in 5 star hotels when on holiday and feel that the hotel choice is very importnat to us, on this occasion we were not dissapointed.
Having used Tripadvisor for some time I thought it was about time I made the effort to contribute. My wife and I have just returned form a one week stay at the Le Meridien Hotel at St Julians. We had high expectations of the Le Meridien and in general we were not disappointed but we do have a few points that may be helpful to others.
We arrived at Le Meridien St Julians, 4 days after the hotel had officially opened. Most of the facilities were not operating as they had not been completed, and the staff were in a bit of a confused turmoil. We were also woken up by drilling and construction workers at 7am in the morning. Saying this though, I do not have one bad word to say about Le Meridien St Julian's.
We have just returned from a week's stay in Le Meridien St Julians. It will be beautiful when it is completely finished but this is still some way off. To summarise:
We have just returned from a wonderful 5 day break at the Saint Julians Hotel. The hotel is lovely, with the most beautiful views across the bay and I cannot praise the staff enough, they were helpful and kind and nothing was any trouble for them.
It was just perfect
Well first of all, it's true that the hotel was not finished and some things were not working the way they should, but i really have to say that all in all i am very happy and my partner as well, because the stuff was amazing specially at the front desk and whenever we needed help they would have done everything very professinally, and i really felt special.
2. The food was very good as well and the stuff as well.
3. I can't much say about the facilities of the hotel because it wasn't operational yet, but they took good care of us and sent us to the westin and they arranged everything, Keep it up
And for sure in future this hotel is going to be the best hotel ever
And i had a great stay
This is the place to be if you're planning your visit to Malta... be it business or leisure.
We have justed returned from a short stay at this hotel. It is very well located and we had a sea view room (worth the extra). It just opened a few weeks ago and the spa is now opened. (the rooftop wasn't nor was the villa - but who cares). The rooms are all excellent, very nicely furnished and the bed (king size) is fantastic. The Bathroom has a power shower and a great corner bath. The breakfast was fantastic, you can have anything you want. We did get a package where it was included but I suspect you may well have to pay if you dont and it may be expensive. (Then again Malta is not cheap). We found the service to be brilliant and they looked after everything we asked for including car rental. I cannot fault this hotel and from looking around I would say it is the best hotel on the island and definately in St Julians (which I would also say is the least tackiest place on the island), so I would recommend highly staying in this part and you can hire a car to explore the island.
Review written on 13/03/2006, a day after returning from a 3 night break in this hotel. As the hotel was opened on 01/03/2006, we figured we would leave it a week or two before staying - unfortunately this was still too soon. The bottom line is that this hotel should not yet be open. Firstly the facts: