Cavalieri Hotel

The Cavalieri Hotel is perched right on the edge of the water in a peaceful setting. Inside, the hotel’s just as impressive. Think marble floors, smart poolside bars and gourmet food.

The curvy pool comes with great views across the water and some steps that lead down to the sea. There’s also a separate pool for kids and an indoor pool.

The chic restaurant offers Mediterranean buffets and a la carte dining. You can also tuck into barbecues on the sundeck and soak up the panoramic views across the bay.

Overview of St Julian’s

Malta’s a small island that packs a lot in. The island’s most famous for its storied history, but its sun-soaked shores are also home to lively towns, neon-studded nightlife and a rugged coastline with breathtaking scenery.

On your holiday to Malta, you can enjoy a break at a pace that suits you. The island has enough historic attractions to keep you (and your camera) busy morning, noon and night. But, if you’d rather have a relaxing break, you can visit the big swathe of sand at Mellieha Bay or lounge on the rocky bathing platforms near the Cavalieri Hotel.

Things to do in Malta

As well as sitting right by the sea, the Cavalieri Hotel is within a 15-minute walk of the small and sandy St George’s Bay and a sweep of top-shelf restaurants in St Julian’s. The nightlife scene is particularly lively and the promenade is packed with cafes and bars where you can soak up the views.

A stay in St Julian’s also puts some of Malta’s best sights and attractions close by. The capital of Valletta is a 20-minute drive away and has been described by Unesco as one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world.

If you’re away with the kids and looking for fun, head to the Playmobil FunPark. There’s a life-sized castle and a chance to ride Playmobil animals in the play areas.

However you love to holiday, Malta’s waiting to welcome you!


Resort Summary

Once a quiet fishing village, St Julian’s has been developed into a prestigious resort with the highest concentration of 5* hotels on the island. You’ll find a small Blue Flag sandy beach at St George’s Bay, a 10-minute walk from the town centre. Or if you’d rather, you can make like a local and sunbathe on the rocks along the coastline.

The upmarket area of Portomaso Marina is home to some delightful waterfront brasseries that overlook the deluxe yacht complex. Over in the picturesque Spinola Bay however, you’ll find plenty of authentic Maltese offerings. For the young and young at heart, the district of Paceville will have you dancing all night on your Malta holidays with its massive selection of bars and nightclubs – ranging from the raucous to the refined.