Best Hotels in St Julian's

The vibrant town of St Julian’s is known as the number one after-hours choice for all Malta holidays, complete with waterfront restaurants and bars that attract crowds of night owls. The hotels here are suitably chic, with most featuring sea views, a clutch of pools and upscale amenities like spas and stylish decor. What’s more, you’re never far off from the action, with hotels huddled around or nearby the town centre so that St Julian’s best activities are just on your doorstep.

Cavalieri Hotel

The Cavalieri is a high-rise hotel perched over the waterfront in St Julian’s, with its very own ocean-facing swimming pool. It’s whitewashed on the outside and chic on the inside with modern furnishings and muted colours.

There are two restaurants to choose from here, including a buffet spread and a Mediterranean spot with tables and chairs that spill out onto the poolside patio. On site are a sauna and massage parlour, plus a bar and lounge area for maximum unwinding. And when you’re ready to branch out, it’s a 15-minute walk to St George’s Bay beach, and even less to St Julian’s town centre.

Intercontinental Malta

The Intercontinental Malta might be in the town centre, but its soothing colour scheme and stylish decor give it that exclusive retreat vibe. Chandeliers, wall-sized windows and modern prints are standard here.

Speckled with gardens and side-swiped by sand, the hotel sits just along the waterfront and gains a beach bar come summertime. There are a whopping six restaurants to choose from, plus two outdoor pools and a heated indoor pool, a spa for relaxing and a hotel-run kids’ club to make sure you’ve got time for said relaxing.

The George Urban Boutique Hotel

Calling the George a modern hotel is the understatement of the century. With its clean-cut lines, glass walls and minimal colour palette, it looks more like a painting than accommodation.

Here, you’ll be treated to a sea-view rooftop pool and an uber-sleek spa, with the town’s restaurants bars, shops and clubs just outside. St George’s Bay isn’t far off either – for that, you’ll only need to walk about five minutes.