Welcome to Qawra Palace Hotel, your St. Paul's Bay “home away from home.” Qawra Palace Hotel aims to make your visit as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, which is why so many guests continue to come back year after year.
St. Paul's Bay Wignacourt Tower (1.2 mi), located nearby, makes Qawra Palace Hotel a great place to stay for those interested in visiting this popular St. Paul's Bay landmark.
Wifi is offered to guests, and rooms at Qawra Palace Hotel Malta offer a flat screen TV, air conditioning, and a refrigerator.
During your stay, take advantage of some of the amenities offered, including room service. Guests of Qawra Palace Hotel are also welcome to enjoy a pool and breakfast, located on site.
During your visit, be sure to check out a popular St. Paul's Bay crab restaurant such as Tarragon, which is a short distance from Hotel Qawra Palace.
Qawra Palace Hotel puts the best of St. Paul's Bay at your fingertips, making your stay both relaxing and enjoyable.
We booked here last minute my mum wanted all inclusive but wish we had just booked bed and breakfast. The all inclusive package is just not worth the extra money. You cannot even get a bottle of water 💧 only a cup of water. No welcome bottle of water in your fridge either. Cocktails are not part of the all inclusive and you have to pay extra if you want one. No one to help take your bags to your room either left to do it yourself. The hotel seems to be more bothered about catering to the many foreign language students they have staying. We seen they were all given room service and bottles of water. The food was ok but only warm I would say breakfast was probably best. Ok good points Good location Clean rooms Nice staff Nice coffee bar but you have to pay not included in all inclusive package Not so good points Worst all inclusive package we have ever had if you have to come here just book bed and breakfast. Fire doors kept open? ( did inform reception but still all open so not much use if they have a fire) The Seashells next door is a much nicer hotel and their all inclusive package was much better.…
I've been to this hotel around 20 times and have always had a brilliant holiday. Staff are so friendly and helpful. In fact, anyone I've come into contact with on the island is very friendly and welcoming. I've made friends for life on this beautiful island. Can't recommend highly enough.
On arriving at the hotel on the 13 March after the government announced a mandatory quarantine for all visitors to the island, both we and the hotel were left in a difficult situation. Unlike the holiday company that never helped us throughout our solitary confinement , the hotel staff tried everything that they could to make our stay comfortable . I'm sure we will be back
Stayed in this hotel in March, standard run of the mill hotel.. Was clean and beds were comfortable.. Breakfast good with variety... Staff generally friendly and helpful, especially the bar/cafe... Only drawback for us was its residents were mostly elderly couples (felt like a nursing home at times) but they have to holiday as well.. All in all nice hotel.. Bus stop to airport across the road from hotel...
Standard multistory seafront hotel. Rooms are basic average and not dirty. Mind you we were in the room one day when the chambermaid knocked on the door. We went on the balcony to give here her space and after 3 or 4 minutes my wife said "She's quiet", and I went into the room to find she'd gone. Beds were just covered over and bins emptied. That was however a 'one off'. First impression is always reception. This one got my back up from the minute we arrived. No smiles and standard monotone introduction (instructions) to the hotel. We arrived around 5 pm and there were no other people waiting at the desk. I asked for a safe key and was told that the cashier (?) wasn't back until 8:30. Went to our room and unpacked so decided to go and get our bearings. As we went through reception we noticed that there was a different lady there. I asked about the safe key and she provided one straight away with no problem. I suppose this is where we are all human beings. Receptionist 1 had presumably had a 'Bad hair day'.…