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- Good Online Reviews
- Good Value Holiday Spot
- Great Winter Sun Bargain
- Just Reduced
- Short Flight From UK
- Very Popular Resort
A 10-minute walk from the seaside, the Sunflower Hotel is set in Qawra, Saint Paul's Bay. It offers a rooftop pool, an indoor swimming pool and free WiFi throughout.
All rooms at the Sunflower have a balcony and a private bathroom with bath and shower. Some rooms are equipped with a seating area and tea/coffee maker.
The rooftop sun terrace also features a children's pool and sun loungers. It offers distant views of the Mediterranean Sea and the countryside.
The hotel has a restaurant and a 24-hour bar.
The hotel's indoor pool is heated in the winter.
This modern hotel is a 5-minute walk from the closest bus stop, 9 minutes on foot from Bugibba promenade and 9 km from the palace of San Anton Palace.
Featuring rustic furnishings, the casual, bright rooms feature free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and ceiling fans. They also come with balconies, and upgraded rooms include pull-out sofas, tea and coffeemaking facilities and terraces with seating.
Complimentary amenities include a breakfast buffet and parking. Additional amenities include a laid-back, modest restaurant and a cozy bar with a fireplace. There's also a rooftop pool with a bar, as well as an indoor pool and a spa.
Why go to Malta?...
Great temperatures: Malta has a subtropical climate and boasts year-round warm temperatures. The sea surrounding Malta is the warmest in Europe, with an average temperature of 20c – great for fussy children and adults alike!
Lots of culture: Malta has nine UNESCO World Heritage sites, which is quite a lot considering it’s one of the smallest countries in the world. The capital of Valletta is a registered site, and there are seven Megalithic Temples of Malta dotted around the island.
Nightlife: It may be small in size, but Malta has two bustling nightlife centres which are becoming increasingly popular with groups looking to have a night to remember. Paceville in St Julian’s is one of the biggest nightlife centres, and Bugibba is also full of clubs and bars to explore.