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This is Malta's tallest hotel, set on Sliema's seafront, just minutes from the main shopping and entertainment centres of Sliema and St. Julians. The hotel's spacious rooms have views of the city or the sea. The hotel's private beach features a large swimming pool, a kids' pool, and a bar and grill. A diving school is available and there is a plethora of water sports. The island's capital, Valletta, and the main sights and beaches of Malta are easily accessible from the hotel. There is plenty of nightlife to be found just a 20-minute walk away, in St. Julians.
Check-out ends at: 11:00
Good location for sightseeing, great staff and good restaurants within.
Reviewed 14 january, 2022
I had a sixth floor sea view room with balcony and the supplement was worth every penny. The room was spotless and the staff very helpful. The pool is over the road adjacent to the sea. There are not sandy beaches here but flat areas on the rocks by the sea only a short walk from the hotel. The roof terrace is ideal for sunbathing. The spa and indoor pool are in the basement but I did not use them during my stay. This hotel is probably not the best place for young children but a brilliant base for sightseeing and for those wanting to enjoy local food. The hotel restaurant offers a good dinner and breakfast buffet in a light airy dining room which also has an outdoor terrace. The Italian restaurant attached to the hotel is excellent - The Sciantusi. Reasonable with with brilliant food.
Reviewed 13 january, 2022
Excellent stay as usual this was my forth stay here and with the currant covid situation the staff were very friendly and helpful which made the stay stress free but it has always been a great place to stay on all my previous stays so I would highly recommend staying here being right on the seafront close to many amenities and good transport links to all points of the island and a direct bus link to the ferry over to Gozo
A very tired 4 star
Reviewed 6 december, 2021
The only good part of this hotel was the staff very friendly and helpful but clearly badly let down by hotel management/ Owners. We booked an all inclusive through Tui, which was our first mistake. Never have I experienced such disinterest in its customers as Tui. I can’t imagine a Tui rep has visited this hotel in years and we certainly didn’t see any on our 10 night stay, other reps from other companies were often at the hotel. Main points Room not cleaned even after complaining to the duty manager, Who gave us a free bottle of wine which was quite amusing considering we were all inclusive 🤣 We finally managed to get our sheets changed after 8 nights even after complaining several times. Beach club restaurant closed after day 5 so no lunch by the pool. No turn down service, No DVD player which we paid extra for as a superior sea view room Corridors to all rooms filthy and not hoovered once in our 10 night stay. Not like any all inclusive we have ever experienced. In our view Tui need update their rating and description of this hotel. In our opinion the Preluna should be at best a half board hotel with the staff levels and please read the details as only one restaurant plus beach club was inclusive the others had a strange voucher system with limited options. Many other guests experienced similar issues
Reviewed 29 november, 2021
Really enjoyed our stay at the Preluna. Had lovely seaview room. The hotel is well located for easy access to places of interests, shops etc. Would definitely recommend and hope to stay there again one day. The reception staff were all very helpful.
winter break Nov 2021
Reviewed 15 november, 2021
Preluna Hotel The entire Hotel staff where superb, from reception to cleaners. Rooms very good and good housekeeping faultless. A few little issues were sorted out quickly. Food. Breakfast menu excellent. Lunch N/A Dinner – This let our stay down compared to our stay 2 years go! The food that was available was of poor quality and little choice. Hence, my party dined mainly elsewhere. Would our Party go back to The Preluna ? Not sure !