Palm Court Hotel

Tamar Street, Qawra, Island of Malta, SPB05, Malta | Hotel

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Holiday in Malta

A travel blog entry by rommel_uk


I went on holiday to Malta to get away from the lovely rain in the UK. But my luck wasn't with me as it rained most of the visit lol. I did enjoy Malta as a whole and would recommend people to visit this island there is much to see and even has the famous popeye village (used in the film). There are lots of beaches and the locals were friendly, the …

Ta' Pinu

A travel blog entry by smyth


... unique feature amongst other large churches in Malta and Gozo is the fact that this church is completely surrounded by countryside, with no buildings around it. Amazing that this structure was built here!

The architecture of the church is also beautiful. It is said that many miracles have happened for those who have prayed ...

10 things we've learnt

A travel blog entry by wander-ful

... If and when they do make it here, via boat or plane or other method, they are detained. After the difficult process of obtaining an ID (if they do at all) they are subject to the Maltese's bitter racism. Everything from buses driving past them on the stops to looks of disgust on the street, their attitude is horrendous and deplorable.

From the Maltese perspective I can understand that is all very new, as before they would not have such an influx. ...

A domestic day

A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson

... striking) and the Twistees themselves aren’t bright orange like in Australia. They taste quite similar though. I can’t work out who invented them. Wikipedia leads me to believe that Australia did…but the Maltese people insist it’s their creation.

That afternoon I sat at my laptop and forced myself to concentrate. I sent emails to about 5 media production companies. I really hope one of ...

Forts, Cameras, and Waiters

A travel blog entry by andbrown


... and restaurants that led to Fort St. Elmo at the end of the harbour. Half way down the street we came across St. John's Co-Cathedral. We decided to take a look inside. We're still not sure what makes it a Co-Cathedral instead of just a Cathedral It was incredibly ornate. There was gold and wood and artwork everywhere. This was the main church when the Knights ruled the island. After exploring the church, we continued along the road a little farther. We came across another older ...


This hotel, located on Tamar Street, Qawra, is near Popeye or Sweethaven Village, Rotunda (Church of St. Mary), Cresta Dive Centre, and Ta' Cenc.
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1.50 of 5 stars Poor