Hotels in St. Julian's

The secluded Mediterranean island of Malta may be becoming even more popular, but it is the spectacular area of St. Julian’s that promises a wealth of activities and entertainment surrounded by pristine beaches and night time thrills.

St. Julian’s, contemporary, daring and nestled between Sliema and Pembroke, boasts the island’s largest concentration of hotels, and many of these occupy the prime location along the featured coastline, whilst others are nestled in amongst the winding, narrow streets; hidden gems out of site of the main roads and tourist areas.

One of the most renowned hotels to appear here in recent years is the Valentina Hotel, and this charming boutique hotel has seen several changes over the years; from a recent expansion and facelift to even a change in its street name. Located just a short distance from St. Julian’s main nightlife hub; Paceville’s central square, the Valentina Hotel comes with 94 contemporary guestrooms, all furnished in a modern contemporary style that exudes comfort and personality. This charming boutique hotel is one of the recent hotels in Malta to adopt the ‘boutique’ standards, encompassing luxurious interiors, one-of-a-kind service and comfort, all within the confines of a small and friendly hotel.

St. Julian’s is brimming with leisure and night time activities for the abundance of tourists that populate the area, thanks in no small part to the wealth of hotels and accommodation in the area. Clubs and bars are within walking distance for those who want to enjoy some live music, house music, dancing and generally enjoy a great night out.

For those in search of a more refined and subdued evening, the nearby Spinola bay is a gentle downhill walk from the hotel, and offers some of the finest restaurants and bars that St. Julian’s has to offer. All of these venues are located beside the beautiful bay, the promenade glittering with lights.

If going out is not for you, the Valentina Hotel itself offers plenty to its guests, from a stylish new martini bar and Terazza featuring a glass finished bar with LED lighting that backs out onto the beautiful terrace. One can enjoy a fine glass of wine or a speciality cocktail whilst enjoying the quiet of the hotel lobby. A rooftop pool is also located on the sixth floor of the hotel, complete with bar, sundeck and terrace (open between April and October).

Boutique hotels in St. Julian’s are increasing popular because they create a highly unique accommodation experience. The youthful and elegant ambience of the hotel and its surrounding area are attractive to young urban travellers and frequent business travellers who prefer a change of scenery from the typical hotel experience. Amenities and features are designed with these people in mind.

Boutique hotels in St. Julian’s provide a world of their own, where modern and traditional collide and where guests can feel truly special. Only boutique hotels can offer originality, distinction and flair in a unique and memorable hotel experience.