San Pawl 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?
- Swimming pool
- Fitness/Health center
- Wheelchair accessibility
Photos of San Pawl Hotel
TripAdvisor Reviews San Pawl Hotel St. Paul's Bay
Travel Blogs from St. Paul's Bay
... his wife, who was dressed in budgie smugglers and also adorning a bandana. I don't know why they didn't just tie a knotted handkerchief on their heads. By the way when I say replenishing his wife I mean bringing her triple rum and cokes, ok. Lex and David decided that as long as this man could get to the bar without falling and return to his wife with some liquid still in the cups then he was ok for another drink. I think the man was using the same guidelines. We stopped at ...
... are allowed in here and that is only along the outskirts. I bought some souvenirs from Valletta and Mdina glass and then went to meet my sisters for lunch. I had a traditional Maltese dish, fenek (rabbit) which was delicious.
We then caught the bus back to Sliema. After a refreshing drink we all had ...
Since rain was forecast for today Stephan and Julie booked a table at the above named restaurant, and we are so glad they did. In an unremarkable street with plain frontage this little place excelled with modern lightly Italian dishes and wine and service to match. We ordered the 5 course lunch, then added a course and had a happy afternoon finishing with muscat or brunello grappa and coffee. All this for € 37 each, a ...
... ferry and visit the Fortifications Centre on the way to learn more about the construction of all the bastions around the city – and were pleasantly surprised to find the entrance was free.
It was a very interesting exhibition, with films to watch and info boards to read as well as models and reconstructions of all those walls and fortresses. The roof gave us a great view of this part ...
... merely listing some of the more challenging experiences I have encountered in the past decade that collectively have made the years a bit more trying than I would have hoped.
It has become truer now more than ever: life yields the unexpected! That is for sure. But when the unexpected is overwhelming, or the unexpected falls drastically short of what one is disposed to accept, life then becomes a time of trying who you are. A time that tries your patience, a ...