recently returned from our second all inclusive stay at the Preluna hotel Malta.The food was very good at breakfast didn,t bother with lunch as we expected to eat at the pool area bar , but discovered it was being refurbished so no food and limited supply of drinks.The dinner was acceptable but bland although the choices were ok.,The rooms were clean and tidy but a little dated and the lifts seem to have a mind of their own,new ones were being installed during our stay but needed programming correctly as they didn,t seem to stop on the second floor.
The bar at the Skyroom and the lobby were the same as last year queueing for drinks each time you wanted one.This was a big let down as I reported this fact last year but it seems to have fallen on deaf ears.
We tried to get the A/C on in our room but was told not until the !st of June or until enough people asked for it.Eventually after numerous complaints we received a free standing A/C unit.
In conclusion I would recommend not to go all inclusive as it is a waste of money,the drinks accross the road are cheaper and quicker to get served.This hotel seems to cater for the over 70,s as we were nearly the youngest there at 65.I would say the average age was around 75.
Would revisit but later in year when all the amenities are in use and only on bed and breakfast basis.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Set on Sliema’s seafront, Malta’s Preluna Hotel & Spa features 3 restaurants, a spa, and a private beach. The spectacular Penthouse Lounge on the rooftop is open all day. The spacious rooms have views of the city or the Mediterranean Sea.All rooms at the Preluna are air-conditioned and feature a tea/coffee maker, a satellite TV, and a private bathroom with bath and shower. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the hotel.The well-equipped private beach features a large swimming pool, a kid’s pool, and a bar and grill. A diving school is available and a huge variety of water sports can be practised.The spa includes an indoor swimming pool with 2 large hot tubs, and a wide range of fitness and relaxation facilities. Hot tubs are also available on Preluna’s stunning roof terrace, which also features a mini-golf course.The restaurants are open for lunch and dinner. One offers a varied buffet, and the other 2 specialise in Italian and Japanese cuisine. A free Flavours of Malta dancing evening is arranged weekly, ideal to sample Maltese foods, wines and liqueurs, and learn about the local heritage and traditions. ... more less
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- Also Known As:
- Preluna Hotel And Spa
- Preluna Hotel Malta
- Preluna Malta
- Hotel Malta Preluna
- Preluna Hotel Sliema
- Preluna Hotel & Spa Malta/Sliema