(St Julians (Malta))
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- Indoor pool, Jacuzzi, steam room & sauna
- On-site bar & restaurant
- Gym facilities
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InterContinental Malta gives you the best of all worlds: a luxury waterfront resort complete with private beach and water sports, a central cosmopolitan location close to shopping, entertainment and historic sites; and an array of services appreciated by leisure and business travellers alike. Valletta, Mdina and the Mosta Dome are within easy reach. Dining in Al Fresco is like taking a deep breath of fresh air. Surrounded by lush gardens and the starry Malta sky overhead, this romantic outdoor restaurant serves Mediterranean and Maltese dishes as well as fresh seafood prepared to order. Health & Fitness Club with over 70 cardiovascular facilities, a free-weights room, aerobics studio, 2 squash courts, sauna, steam rooms and indoor swimming pool.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 451
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Offsite Parking Distance: 300 metres
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
- Treatment Rooms
- Jacuzzi Free: Yes
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Steam Room Free: Yes
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: MALTA INTERNATIONAL
- Distance: 10 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Baby Sitting
- Interconnecting Rooms
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 06:30
- Monday to Friday: 06:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:30
- Monday to Friday: 10:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Nearest Airport Name: Malta International Distance: 10 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 3915 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 07/2017, presantha1982 wrote this review.
The room was spacious and comfortable. The only issue was breakfast as the host did not want to add my breakfast to my room tab and kept interrupting my breakfast as she wanted to be paid upfront. My husband complained at the front desk. Other than … See more
The room was spacious and comfortable. The only issue was breakfast as the host did not want to add my breakfast to my room tab and kept interrupting my breakfast as she wanted to be paid upfront. My husband complained at the front desk. Other than that it was a good stay. Collapse
One of the most beautiful rooms we ever had at an InterContinental hotel.
Stay Date: 07/2017, Tom V wrote this review.
We used the InterContinental Malta for a romantic getaway for our engagement. - We stayed in a new "panoramic highline suite", which was very very nice. One of the most beautiful rooms we ever had at an InterContinental hotel. - Most of the staff li… See more
We used the InterContinental Malta for a romantic getaway for our engagement. - We stayed in a new "panoramic highline suite", which was very very nice. One of the most beautiful rooms we ever had at an InterContinental hotel. - Most of the staff like Lisa en Kristof where marvelous, especially Kristof the "Head Butler" should be in charge of the hotel, what a fantastic guy! - The private pool for suites "SkyBeach" is a very nice area of the hotel and the place we spend the most of our time (and money ;-)) - The waitresses at skybeach were very attentive. Collapse
Heaven on Earth, well, very close.
Stay Date: 07/2017, Kimbageno1811 wrote this review.
Having just returned home to the UK after a week’s stay here, I looked on Trip adviser and read a couple of reviews and wondered if these people had been staying here at all, our experience was nothing like, maybe not perfect but what is perfect thes… See more
Having just returned home to the UK after a week’s stay here, I looked on Trip adviser and read a couple of reviews and wondered if these people had been staying here at all, our experience was nothing like, maybe not perfect but what is perfect these days. Your first impressions of the Intercontinental Malta should leave you in ore unless of course, you are accustomed to such opulence, our transport from the airport dropped us at the door, the welcome as the door is opened for you to enter the lobby, the warm, friendly greeting from the reception staff, just the light, spacious luxury of the lobby area as a whole. We are Diamond International members and we're here to use one of the Diamond Suites at the Intercontinental, Diamond has four floors in one of the wings of the hotel exclusively for their members or paying guests. Our suite was easily up to the normal Diamond standard, well-furnished albeit a bit dated, spacious with a full bathroom with in bath shower off the kitchen area, worktops, fridge, microwave oven, two ring hob but no oven or dishwasher, something we are used to with other diamond resorts but here it was not a problem, see later. Lounge/dining area with table for four, a settee which converts to a full-size double bed, TV with cable, sat box and iPod station not that we ever used it, finally a large balcony connected to the master bedroom parallel to the lounge. A full king size double bed with another TV and iPod station and a full spacious bathroom on-suite, again with in bath shower. While not perhaps the best location in the town, being situated right in the centre, very good for those that like the night life, which is in abundance. The Intercontinental is as its name suggests a prestigious establishment, even our driver commented on our arrival that it is where the diplomats stay when they’re in town. As such it boasts some very impressive facilities. Three, yes three pools, two outdoor and one indoor, all full size but for us it was the number of restaurants on offer. Five in all on site, Water Biscuit, Al Fresco, Narsis, Harruba and Paranga, their own exclusive restaurant, literally on the beach, a hundred-yard walk from the hotel, all serving superb food with excellent service and ambience, we tried them all during our stay. Please note though, this is not a budget hotel, we work hard and enjoy our holidays and our food and drink, we are happy to pay as long as it is value for money, which for us, being foodies all but one of these is, with lots to spare. For us the only disappointment was Harruba which is the breakfast restaurant, we did not realise, it runs a fixed price buffet style service. Excellent spread of things on offer, eat as much as you can for 20 Euros, bit expensive if you only have a glass of orange juice, a yoghurt and coffee, we only used it once. Water Biscuit. This has a bar area off the street alongside the main lobby area, the actual restaurant is on the floor above, the unusual feature, they have several tables which can be separated from the main restaurant by one-way lace curtains which give you a lovely sense of privacy. Al Fresco. As its name suggests is set out in the void area between the blocks of the hotel, surrounded by greenery, trees and the sounds of birds in the trees and the sounds from the guest musicians it is ambience extreme. Paranga. This is the beach side restaurant, tables literally on the beach with covers and ambient lighting; they also have a more traditional area set out on a dockside running out into the bay, again, views to die for. Narcis The pool bar/restaurant. As we spent most of our time poolside, this was the most often used, good selection of lunch snacks and drinks; they also supply a full poolside service. All the umbrella stands have a push button attached which will summon the pool service team. Again, all so polite and friendly you almost felt guilty for getting them to walk to you in the heat. For those of you paying attention, I said there are five restaurants and three pools on site, The Sky Beech complex. This is a separate entity, utilizing the 17-18 and 19th floors, still very much part of the hotel but exclusively for guests prepared to pay upwards of 2000 Euros a night for the privilege of staying in the ultra-luxurious apartments, suites and using the facilities of the third pool which is a superbly situated infinity pool, looking out over the old part of St Julian’s. Unless you pay for a day pass or book a table in the rooftop restaurant, you cannot even get past the 16th floor without security clearance. To be fair, Management did say it has only just opened, perhaps a bit hastily, we enjoyed the food and under the circumstances (the weather changed and a strong wind came up) the staff coped well. But they have so much potential that is not being backed up by attention to detail. Had I been a “high roller” and paying the asking price, I would not be happy with little plastic tubs of butter. I know the wind would have been a problem during our visit but my first impression of the restaurant area; it resembled a picnic area of a French motorway service stop, small, round, white plastic tables and chairs, really? Back to (our) real life, our suite looked out over a lovely, landscaped garden area with a huge waterfall, don’t worry, you cannot hear the water with the patio doors closed. The whole hotel is spotless and every staff member from the chamber maids, cleaners to the maintenance men were so polite and friendly, everybody you dealt with made you feel welcome and valued. Concierge service was fantastic, nothing too much trouble, he booked our tours and the return taxi to the airport, a credit to the hotel. All is not perfect in this world, as I said to the member of the management team who requested to meet us. The devil is in the detail, we did have a couple of minor issues which were all sorted and our comments acted on the very next day, nothing to spoil what was without a doubt the best holiday we have had outside of the Diamond organisation. We will be looking seriously at going back next year. Sooner if we win the Lottery, maybe even try out Sky Beach, we were told, the suites are really something special, many thanks to Nikolai and your whole team. Collapse
Great service, breakfast is confusing though!
Stay Date: 07/2017, Barry S wrote this review.
I stayed here for business and was greeted well but unfortunately the room wasn't quite ready yet, even if it was past 2pm. So I was handed a wi-fi token to get me through until my room was available. The Water Biscuit bar was adequate enough with a … See more
I stayed here for business and was greeted well but unfortunately the room wasn't quite ready yet, even if it was past 2pm. So I was handed a wi-fi token to get me through until my room was available. The Water Biscuit bar was adequate enough with a variety of food and drink to choose from. Having never been to Malta before, I didn't know what to expect, but it soon came apparent that St Julian is quite a party place with many bars located just outside. The hotel was clean and so was my room. However, I was never told if breakfast was included in my room or not (it wasn't) and I opted to skip it on my first morning as I was due for a meeting anyway. However, on the second day, I did go for breakfast and was quite surprised that it was €20 per person! No one explained to me where things were or what to do, so I kept having to ask questions. The egg station is miles away from the rest of the food, so bear that in mind. There was also no logic to the staff around the place, some poor people were shown to their table only to go and get their food and it be given to someone else. I think there needs to be a method of allowing people to see if a table is already taken or not. I would say that my room on 7th floor, although convenient due to the gardens, I could hear ALL of the classes going on from the fitness centre, which could be extremely disturbing if you were sleeping due to jet lag, travel or tiredness. It's a big hotel with plenty to offer, but I would be keen to probably stay in a different location in Malta if I was to return. PS - Valletta is beautiful! Collapse
Wonderful with a few kinks
Stay Date: 06/2017, Lizzyb1390 wrote this review.
Stayed here 4 nights with two friends. We thought we would get a triple room i.e three singles beds instead we got two double beds and a fold out bed and muggins here pulled the short and had to sleep on the foldout bed which has surprisingly very… See more
Stayed here 4 nights with two friends. We thought we would get a triple room i.e three singles beds instead we got two double beds and a fold out bed and muggins here pulled the short and had to sleep on the foldout bed which has surprisingly very comfortable. Our room did have a wired smell which we thought might be damp The bathroom at first site was amazing big and spacious with a shower and a bath however on closer sight we notice the shower head needed changing as it kept sliding down and it would not hold a position and slight rush on the taps. Breakfast Amazing!! - a wide range of options from a waffle counter, bakery section - hot food (typical eggs bacon means sausage etc) cold cuts and fruit. There was also a counter where food can be made to order such as pancakes and all the types of eggs you can possibly think off, you can also order different types of tea and coffee/latte etc. Location Located near a very lively party scene. opposite the hotel there is a small mall a near by beach which belongs to the hotel, a cinema and a variety of restaurants . There is also a bus stop which can pretty much take anywhere. The staff were friendly and professional. There was a lovely gentleman (unfortunately i cannot remember his name - Eastern European with an slight american accent) who was very helpful and informative on what site we should go to, he spent a lot of time with us marking the map and giving us advise. overall i thought the hotel felt luxurious and clean, i would definitely recommend this hotel and visit again. Collapse
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