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I am here on business and staying an extra day to wander around Valletta. The location is great, right on the water. My room has an ocean view and is well air-conditioned. Wifi works well, bed was comfortable enough. Yes it is a bit worn...More
We had 9 nights in Malta and booked this hotel based on Maltese friends who stay there when they visit. The balcony room looks out over the Grand Harbour and is a fantastic way to spend some time relaxing, morning or evening. The hotel is...More
This hotel is for most part "value for the money". Nice and clean, beautifull view from the little terrasse over Grand Harbour, and the breakfast was fine with lot of variations. BUT the most important on a hotel is the beds. And they are really...More
Disgusted by the service given from the manager who should know better how to treat customers and guests. No idea of 2 star hospitality let alone 3 star. Pity that hotel management trust these people!More
1 Thank Geoffrey F
Response from David M, Owner at British HotelResponded 5 August 2017
Sorry to hear about your complaint . Can you let me know if the problem was in the restaurant or the hotel ? I would appreciate if you can contact me on the hotel email so I can find out which manager treated you in...More
My rooms furnishings were basic and cheap and awful, the two single beds did not go together properly and four out of five nights there were not good sleeps at all. Breakfast really not good, cold once it had gone from server to plate. Only...More
1 Thank Scottishji
Response from David M, Owner at British HotelResponded 3 May 2017
Sorry to hear about your negative comments ..I would appreciate you contact me directly with details so I can investigate further
The food in Malta is closely related to Italian one, with big emphasis on seafood, but you must be careful, I got sick after eating a Tuna fillet in a nice restaurante in Valletta, I would suggest you go to a restaurant that... More
The food in Malta is closely related to Italian one, with big emphasis on seafood, but you must be careful, I got sick after eating a Tuna fillet in a nice restaurante in Valletta, I would suggest you go to a restaurant that is crowded, most likely the food is circulating enough not to be old.