Travel Blogs from Sliema
After a quite tiring trip (we had a flat tire only 500m away from our box and no time to replace, so we run to get the train and then the bus to Malpensa - not to mention the 30 minutes late taking off and the quite 'interesting' trip we had with Maltese buses ---- but only because we had luggage!) we finally arrived to our hotel. Finding it wasn't …
... me so happy.
Someone to pick you up at the airport. It gets very tedious always having to decipher a new city’s public transport.
A large, fluffy towel. Instead of a microfiber/tiny towel that leaves you feeling like a wet duck.
A comfy couch. Rather than hard benches at youth hostels, or bunk beds that are too low.
A local to take you directly to the good spots, rather than wasting your time and money at the ...
The entrance into the port of Valletta, Malta was spectacular, the colors and architecture amazing.
At 9.15am we were released from the boat. To get to the bus terminal you could take an elevator or climb up some major stairs, Caitlin and I chose the stairs while Dianne took the ...
Such a great day. I felt like a cave woman wandering around ruins above the sea overlooking the Blue Lagoon. These places are hard to describe so hoping pictures show the beauty. Mdina was wonderful! Sat in briefly on a mass in Maltese.
Taking pictures on iPhone and camera. Everyone carries an ...
... dinner. Our tour guide, Victoria, recommended San Guilliano. An exquisite seaside restaurant with helpful staff. Our wonderful meal ended with the lights dimmed as my dessert sparked through to me. Every patron joined in the birthday song. I heard at least four different languages. After a short stroll back to the hotel the sky lit up with a display of fireworks. What a glorious ending to a most memorable ...
How has this hotel rated in the past?
- Shuttle bus service
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility