(Qawra (Malta)) 4 4 Star:
- Located in the heart of Qawra
- Indoor and outdoor pool
- Rooms have balconys and views
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Located in the peaceful heart of Qawra, and just minutes away from the popular resort of Bugibba, the Soreda Hotel is the ideal accommodation option whether for a short or long stay, or just a weekend break in Malta. The Soreda Hotel is known to be one of the most welcoming establishments in the Qawra area. This hotel in Malta, is popular with repeat guests who are keen to experience its pleasant atmosphere and convenient location time and time again.
Get ready to relax at the Soreda Hotel, where you will discover value-for-money accommodation in Malta, modern facilities and classic décor. Spacious and bright, this accommodation in Qawra puts guests just minutes from the many activities available in this popular area and nearby Bugibba. Rooms are located throughout the hotel’s four wings: the Setaj, the Khedi, the Malkhai, and the Ananthi. The hotel offers three accommodation types: Standard Rooms, Self-Catering Apartments and Junior Suites. Each of these rooms and apartments provides a hospitable range of facilities to ensure guests’ comfort during their stay, including en-suite bathrooms, air-conditioning, a balcony and satellite TV. Most also enjoy views of the hotel’s internal courtyard, its ground floor pool, and the surrounding area.
The Soreda Hotel, Qawra, is located in the north of the island, and is in close proximity to picturesque St Paul’s Bay and the popular holiday resort of Bugibba. At the same time, the hotel is located in a tranquil area, which is just a few minutes’ walk from a charming beach and a long stretch of stunning rocky coastline, as well as the crystal-clear Mediterranean waters.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 192
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Multilingual Staff
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- In Room Safe
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Indoor Pool Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
- Jacuzzi Free: Yes
- Sauna Free: Yes
- Games Room Free: Yes
- Laundry Free: No
- Gym Free: Yes
- Name: Malta International Airport
- Distance: 21 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:30
- Monday to Friday: 07:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 10:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:00
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Airport Name: Malta International Airport Distance: 21 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2125 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Stay Date: 03/2018, Nina C wrote this review.
Very impressed with this hotel we were half board the food is great all buffet style and plenty to choose from. Rooms are lovely the whole hotel is clean the staff are very friendly. The surrounding area isnt great but cant fault this hotel
Very impressed with this hotel we were half board the food is great all buffet style and plenty to choose from. Rooms are lovely the whole hotel is clean the staff are very friendly. The surrounding area isnt great but cant fault this hotel Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2018, Hany M wrote this review.
i had a dinner for third time in Soreda hotel Qawra just for 15.50 euros i paid all dishes of food were delicious beginning from soup till dessert buffet has cold and hot food fish .pork .beef.chicken .pasta.rice.vegetable .salads.fruits .soup. a… See more
i had a dinner for third time in Soreda hotel Qawra just for 15.50 euros i paid all dishes of food were delicious beginning from soup till dessert buffet has cold and hot food fish .pork .beef.chicken .pasta.rice.vegetable .salads.fruits .soup. a lot of desset all staff were super try to help you smiling every time especially Sherry manger of restaurant who was clear plates herself to help guests . repeat my thanking for all staff Collapse
My holiday in Soreda
Stay Date: 03/2018, gateslinda2016 wrote this review.
I arrived at the Soreda on 3rd March 2018. Being a single person I thought I would be allocated a broom cupboard for a room but no I got room 125 with enough room to swing a great dane! The room was clean and comfortable-had clean white fluffy towels… See more
I arrived at the Soreda on 3rd March 2018. Being a single person I thought I would be allocated a broom cupboard for a room but no I got room 125 with enough room to swing a great dane! The room was clean and comfortable-had clean white fluffy towels every day. The hotel was very friendly and all the staff went over and beyond their duties. The evening entertainment was excellent - a good old sing along was had by all. The weather was good so sunbathing on the roof top was good. Went on a night trip out to Valletta,Mosta and Mdina which included the Malta 5 D show. Valetta was bustling at night. We arrived at Mdina at 10 p.m. so we walked around it whilst it was empty. It stands like a beacon on the top of the hill at night - stunning. The Malta 5 D show went though the history of Malta which was facinating. I also used the Malta bus service. excellent value at 1.50 euro a single trip. The only downside to this holiday was the food - there were a lot of older people who were spending their winter months there and enjoyed meat and 2 veg for lunch and dinner - lots of things did not look at all appetizing! Shame. Collapse
Stay Date: 03/2018, cs19642013 wrote this review.
Be very careful if you book this hotel, I booked five all inclusive rooms at the Soreda Hotel for our group from 1st to 6th of March 2018. Unfortunately through no fault of our own we were unable to make trip as all flights from Dublin were cancelled… See more
Be very careful if you book this hotel, I booked five all inclusive rooms at the Soreda Hotel for our group from 1st to 6th of March 2018. Unfortunately through no fault of our own we were unable to make trip as all flights from Dublin were cancelled due to storms and heavy snow. Our airline Ryanair had no problem refunding our flight money but the Soreda Hotel refused point blankly to refund ANY of our money. We stayed at this hotel four years ago so this was a return visit, but we certainly will not be returning. I understand that it's a business and they have costs but even a partial refund would have been a nice gesture. I even requested that we could have alternative dates instead and again a stern NO. I also feel as we were all inclusive and obviously had no food or drink that this portion should have at least been refunded. Extremely disappointed with the Soreda Hotel and their downright greed and unflexability in this matter. Once again if you can I would recommend if you are booking this hotel opt for payment on arrival to avoid the same thing happening to you. Collapse
Holiday at the Soreda
Stay Date: 02/2018, Shelagh H wrote this review.
Returned yesterday from a three week holiday at the Soreda Hotel. We were sorry to leave as we'd had a wonderful holiday. Firstly, the hotel is located on a back street in rather a tatty area (in a review on this site someone likened it to Beirut, ye… See more
Returned yesterday from a three week holiday at the Soreda Hotel. We were sorry to leave as we'd had a wonderful holiday. Firstly, the hotel is located on a back street in rather a tatty area (in a review on this site someone likened it to Beirut, yes, I see their point). Secondly, the hotel doesn't have many rooms that have good views, we were in room 235, which overlooked a courtyard, but being as it was surrounded by other parts of the hotel, it was quite dark. But we weren't too bothered as we weren't moving in, and spent very little time in our room. The hotel is in Qawra about a ten minute walk from the seafront, down quite a steep path so not brilliant if you have walking difficulty. The Soreda is a great hotel though. Our room was kept spotlessly clean by our wonderful room fairies. Clean towels when you needed them, and regular clean sheets. There's something so nice about going to a clean bedroom that requires no effort from me! We both enjoyed the food too. The food is set out buffet style and you have a look what you fancy and help yourself. They did various themed nights, for example Maltese night where you could sample things like rabbit pie. There was always pasta on offer, a vegetarian option, and dishes were labelled if they contained gluton. Sometimes there would be a pianist in the evening while you were eating dinner, or a couple of musicians. A nice touch we thought. At breakfast there was cold meats, bread, cereals, cake, or you could have cooked breakfast, sausages, sometimes bacon a host of differently cooked eggs ,(scrambled, boiled, fried, omelette). Something for everyone! The evening entertainment, well let's say it wasn't to our taste, but plenty of people enjoyed it. Yes, at weekends it did get very busy and the staff were stretched, but the fact that local people like to eat there indicates that the food is good. The staff were brilliant, and work really hard. Yes sometimes especially if they were really busy, you might have a problem getting served quickly with drinks in the evening. Some people I noticed brought in wine and glasses from the bar. We went out and about a lot. Be aware that timeshare touts are about in Bugibba. Just say no thanks and keep walking! If you are planning on using the buses I recommend that you walk to Bugibba bus station. It's only a ten minute walk and you have more chance of getting a seat as the buses are very busy. Each journey costs 1.50 euro and the ticket lasts for two hours. So say you got on the bus at Bugibba and decided to visit Mosta for an hour, then got back on the bus and continued to Valletta, your ticket would still be valid. An even cheaper way to travel by bus is to buy a card (available from bus station and some shops). We used the 15 euro/12 journey card. You can both use it and the journey works out at 1.25 per trip. I wasn't kidding when I said the buses were busy and in some places no one queues leaving you feeling that you've joined in a rugby scrum! Having said that it's a cheap way to see the island. Bus numbers 31, 45 and 48 all go to Valletta taking slightly different routes. The number 186 goes to Rabat/Mdina. That bus sometimes is unreliable, not turning up and then two appear! Lots to see and do in Malta. We visited the beautiful St Johns Co-Cathedral in Valletta, a real must, the interior is breathtaking. Lots and lots of museums, we can recommend the Saluting Battery at Upper Barrakka gardens. We got tickets to visit Fort Rinella, the Lascaris war rooms and the Malta at War museum in Vittoriosa. All well worth a visit A visit to the three cities is well worth a visit. Use the glass elevator in the Upper Barrakka gardens, follow the signs for the ferry. You don't have to pay to use the elevator if you're using the ferry. . Finally a trip to Gozo is a must. Malta's sister island is quieter. We used the hop on hop off bus there as Gozo's bus service is not very frequent. A bus from Bugibba to ferry, then ferry crossing (you pay at Gozo on your return), I think that cost 4.95 euro each. Much cheaper than a rep trip All in all, a wonderful holiday. Weather could have been better, but considering the weather here it was almost tropical! Collapse
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