(St Julians (Malta))
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Per Person Per Night
- 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
- Interconnecting Rooms
- Baby Sitting
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 4080 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Looks flash on first impression but better choices around.
Stay Date: 11/2017, Austimum wrote this review.
We had three in the room so they gave us three beds as two of us were a couple we said the extra bed could go but that request was refused/ ignored. The lobby is quite grand but the rooms aren't. Our room had no air conditioning working, a great lock… See more
We had three in the room so they gave us three beds as two of us were a couple we said the extra bed could go but that request was refused/ ignored. The lobby is quite grand but the rooms aren't. Our room had no air conditioning working, a great lock on the door and no screen so we weren't game to leave the door open at night as we were on a lower level. When we enquired about no air conditioning they said the air conditioning had been switched off for the season. We were given a fan. However when the doors are locked you are in a sealed space with no fresh air coming in and a noisy fan really doesn't help.The bath had a very large rust mark on the side which was a safety risk. The upstairs pool was very nice we thought but had tiles missing in the centre of the pool so again a real safety risk. I would not stay again. Collapse
Nice (huge) hotel with lovely staff in a noisy dirty area
Stay Date: 11/2017, lovinglifeUk wrote this review.
Unusually for us we booked a package to Malta through Mercury holidays. From the start through to the end of our one week stay we have only positive things to say about the staff who were unfailingly polite, well mannered and friendly. This went some… See more
Unusually for us we booked a package to Malta through Mercury holidays. From the start through to the end of our one week stay we have only positive things to say about the staff who were unfailingly polite, well mannered and friendly. This went some way to make up for our unfortunate choice of hotel, or more accurately the location of the hotel. Where to begin? The whole area is a construction site, noisy and dirty with terrible traffic fumes. The main route out of the immediate area on foot is up a lot of steps through a very noisy area dominated by 'Gentlemen's Clubs' and the boom boom of nightclub music. In the day evidence of the night before is all around on the pavements. It was dirty and disgusting in places. We had done our research and read reviews saying what I'm saying but you really had to be there to believe how bad it was. This is a hotel of two halves - the privileged who can access the Club Lounge and an apparently stunning Infinity rooftop pool, and the rest of us. I knew this before we arrived and I can't say I noticed. In fact if I hadn't read about the Club member special facilities I doubt I'd have been aware of the separation. Mercury described a 'private balcony' but this is not so. We were really disappointed with the view from the room we were initially allocated which looked out onto a huge wall and all the other balconies (some other review photos show these) and onto nearby construction in progress; in the distance cranes dominated the skyline. Straight away I rang reception and said how disappointed we were and did they have another room with a better outlook available? They were great and said they would see if another room could be made ready, which it was in a couple of hours. This room had a much better outlook over the tree-tops in the tranquil inner garden courtyard, though we still looked across at other balconies, so I don't think they can accurately be described as 'private'. Overall though we were very happy with our new room. The room itself was very nice, lovely bathroom with separate shower and steel 'Bette' bath which I really liked. Lighting a bit dim but overall a really nice hotel room. Fabulous breakfast, with lots of choice of cereals / fresh fruit / cold meats / cheeses / cooked breakfast (including cooked to order omelettes etc) waffles / cakes. Overall excellent but we didn't like the sausages. Waterbiscuit bar: We had coffee in the mornings and drinks in the evenings. It was rather lacking in atmosphere but the staff were unfailingly polite and helpful. Upstairs was the Waterbiscuit restaurant which looked nice but was quite expensive so we didn't dine there. We enjoyed the private Beach cafe and Paranga by the water's edge for hotel guests - they were very nice but the Paranga restaurant was very expensive and bearing this in mind could do more. One night the lounge seating was soaking with the night dew. The waitress did her best to dry them with paper towels so we could sit down, but they were still damp. I think if they had some of those flame heaters dotted around it would dry and warm the atmosphere and improve the ambience. I had a massage treatment in the Spa which was very good though not cheap. We visited the pool area on the roof (not the Club Infinity pool - we are not club members) but it wasn't warm enough and I doubt we would have used it anyway because it didn't look deep enough for swimming, it was more decorative for cooling off in the summer heat. We caught the No. 14 bus to Sliema (bus stop close by, near the beach) and caught the ferry to Valetta. Buses were frequent and cheap, so a great way to get around. We would have liked to hire a car but the traffic and access to the hotel made it impractical. Overall we think we stayed in the wrong part of Malta for us. We had a good time and have no complaints about the actual hotel, just the location of the hotel. It wasn't what we expected from our stay in Malta. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2017, Huw C wrote this review.
Looks nice at first glance, but cracks showing when you look harder. Greeted at check-in as a Spire Elite member. Quite a grand lobby but very 1970s. Room okay, but furniture showing signs of age with lots of wear, and numerous cracks on bathroom t… See more
Looks nice at first glance, but cracks showing when you look harder. Greeted at check-in as a Spire Elite member. Quite a grand lobby but very 1970s. Room okay, but furniture showing signs of age with lots of wear, and numerous cracks on bathroom tiles. Didn’t really think room condition was representative for Intercontinental, was more like an older Holiday Inn. Definitely needs rooms refurbishing ASAP. However bed comfy and decent bedding and towels. Breakfast very good. Bar okay for a nightcap, but not much atmosphere. Staff are best feature, all were welcoming and duty manager very helpful when I needed some docs printing. Collapse
Bait and Switch
Stay Date: 09/2017, a customer wrote this review.
This hotel was selected for our company business trip. The initial feel in the lobby gives the impression that it is very modern, but once you get into your room, you will realize immediately that this hotel is in dire need of an update. The room had… See more
This hotel was selected for our company business trip. The initial feel in the lobby gives the impression that it is very modern, but once you get into your room, you will realize immediately that this hotel is in dire need of an update. The room had a smell that would not go away, the hot water was hit and miss, my room was on the seventh floor right outside of the restaurant on that same floor. Not all bad though, this hotel has a great view of the surrounding places, this hotel also has a private beach which is very nice and has several pools as well that are well maintained. Great walking distance to a number of different shops and other hotels. There is a very large hot breakfast that is included with your stay that is actually very good. If I️ had to choose agin, I️ would have stayed at the Radison Blu Resort. Collapse
Stay Date: 05/2017, col_aboni wrote this review.
We enjoyed our stay at this property and we totally recommend this hotel. We loved the location, the room was nice, breakfast was great, and the staff was impeccable. The hotel is an important ambassador for its brand and we'll stay here on our next … See more
We enjoyed our stay at this property and we totally recommend this hotel. We loved the location, the room was nice, breakfast was great, and the staff was impeccable. The hotel is an important ambassador for its brand and we'll stay here on our next trip to Malta, in the near future. Collapse
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