Le Meridien St. Julians Hotel & Spa5.0 out of 5.0
Recent guest reviews
Excellent meal....lovely mussels and pappardelle,v fresh veal & fish with exquisite vegetables! Dessert was the crowning glory....gustatory heaven!....v well looked after by Albert and Ian Well worth a visit
Great hotel is many choices and with wonderbul room with nice sea view. Service breakfast and lunch just beautiful. Staff very nice. Great Taro Restaurant with bar. Pool and Spa wonderful. Thanks for the great stay. See you soon.
I stayed there couple tines on a business trip. The rooms were very clean, staff polite and the breakfast very tasty. Location was definitely a plus. It's a great choice for business travellers or holiday makers.
I had the opportunity to stay at this hotel in late October whilst attending a conference in St Julien. The hotel offers all the facilities you can expect from a 4/5 star hotel. (I'll let others debate which grade it is). It is clean; well stocked, offers a range of facilities inc spa and pool; good food and is conveniently located! I stayed in a standard room which was well laid out, excellent bed and suitable bathroom with tea coffee making as well as iron, trouser press and in room safe. However what makes this hotel (as noted by others) is the welcome, friendliness and courtesy of the staff. Everyone - and I mean everyone - were pleasant, smiling and engaging. They took time to make you feel welcome and were attentive in the conversation making jokes and ensuring that you had there full attention. I cannot speak highly enough of them and they are a credit to this hotel and to the tourist/hotel industry of Malta. At the risk of singling two people out I am going to mention Valentina who was in the bar/restaurant and Chris (I think) who was on reception. That is not to detract from anyone else. Thank-you for making my stay so delightful and forming a very favourable impression of Malta on my first visit! Well done Le Meridien
We chose three rooms on the 10th floor of this amazing hotel with sea views over the bay. To this we added the club lounge access which was certainly worth that little extra! From the moment we arrived here , we knew we were going to love our stay and so it transpired. There were 5 of us and 3 into their 80's and we felt totally pampered for two weeks here. ALL staff at the hotel were so friendly and helpful at all times and they really could not do enough for us! The rooms were spacious, clean and the beds so comfortable. Water, coffee, tea, soap shampoo etc all available so readily and any time we asked for more, we were supplied with more! Our lovely cleaner really could not have done more for us! We used the spa for swimming, sauna, bubble bath and then a couples massage! Totally recommend this for a day of pampering! The outside pool on the roof was well equipped with beds, towels, shades, and food and bar service and we spent some lovely sunny hours there! Breakfast....WOW. Super choice and we have to give the best mention ever to Henry who looked after us all for two weeks. Our breakfast waiter was like no other we have ever had. He turned waiting at tables into an art form and entertainment venue. He ensured that every day started with a smile and served additional fun on the menu! Gosh he even lent my father in law his blazer for a visit to the theatre!! Henry we salute you!! St Julians is a super location and the local restaurants are plentiful and of really high quality. To name but a few, we visited barracuda Dolce vita Blue elephant Zeri's Its all about U....5 times (this restaurant is right under Le Meridien and is such a friendly family run restaurant!!!) Malta as an island, we all found so lovely with so much to see and enjoy. Lovely people and so friendly. A really safe feel to the whole place.
When our taxi dropped us off at the entrance, I thought nothing great. Kevin at front desk was very friendly and helpful and organised "inter-connecting" rooms for us and our two kids. We were offered a suite but declined as we were on a 7-night stay and anyone travelling with kids would understand. Not quite inter-connecting as the rooms were in a corner. There is a door in the corridor which you could shut for privacy but you still need to leave one room to access the other. Unfortunately if you leave the doors open, the A/C doesn't work. We went for the Deluxe Twin with sea view and we weren't disappointed. Views of Balluta Bay were amazing. I think it is worth paying the extra for sea view as balconies overlook the bay. I believe the alternative is that of the hill side and car park. Downside of sea view is some nights there is live music from the restaurants below although this ends shortly after 10pm. Rooms themselves are quite large which was handy for our long stay. The decor is a little dated but I understand the hotel is due a refurb quite soon. Beds are large and comfortable. The W.C. is separate from the main bathroom with no basin. Bathroom itself is quite large with separate shower and bath although corner bath so can't stretch out for a soak. Housekeeping were fantastic during our stay providing us with free bottles of water everyday. Rather oddly, you could not empty out the mini-refrigerator to store your stuff without incurring a €5/day charge. If you take the lift down to ground level, this brings you out directly into Balluta Bay which is amazing. Plenty of nice cafes and restaurants and lovely to take long walks listening to the waves crash onto the rocks below. I believe the ground level was meant to be the main entrance into the hotel with grand views of the bay but they couldn't tear down the Villa in front so had to scrap that idea. There is a bus stop by the bay so you can get to most places by bus. When we were not sightseeing, my wife and I would soak up the sun on the roof terrace although this time of year it gets quite blustery. I didn't use the hotel pools, one on the roof and one indoor but heard good things about the indoor pool from my wife and kids. The indoor pool is adult-only from noon until 6pm. The was a good spread at the breakfast buffet to cater to most and the waiting staff were really attentive and friendly, especially Henri who took care of us during our stay. All in all we had a really good stay and well cared for. This is my second stay at a Le Meridien and looking forward to my next.
We stayed toward the end of September for 10 days and found almost everything about the hotel to be excellent. On arrival we were given cold towels to refresh us, and something to drink while we checked in, and this attention to detail was in evidence from all the staff members that we interacted with during our stay. The room was light, spacious and clean, with a balcony and a semi circular bath. There was some evidence of wear and tear in the room, but it was minor. The pool on the roof was lovely, and in addition there was quite an extensive seating area if swimming is not for you. There is also a food and drink service available, and once again the staff were attentive and friendly.There are good views from the pool over the bay. In addition to the roof pool there is an indoor pool which is very calm and pleasant. Near the indoor pool there is a sauna and I think a steam room, although the latter was closed while we were there. I used the gym quite a bit over the course of our time at Le Meridien, and found it to be well equipped, although some of the machines seemed quite old, with some corrosion on the handles etc. The reception and concierge staff were outstanding, assisting with some local arrangements, and going out of their way to make things run smoothly for us. There are a couple of restaurants in the hotel, although we only tried the tapas. We ate there twice, as the food was excellent, and the waiter who served us seemed to have a genuine passion for what he was doing. In all I would definitely recommend a stay here. It's convenient for exploring St Juliens, there are buses and taxis easily available to go into Valletta, and the hotel is great, especially the staff.
We stayed with a friend in deluxe room with see view, good location, very quite and nice hotel! Professional and helpful staff, clean rooms, amazing Taro restaurant and so much lovely spa. Recommended to visit and enjoy there!
We have an executive suite, very nice, separate sleeping /living rooms, two bathrooms and 3 separate balconies which caught the afternoon sun. Rooms were very clean and stocked daily of washing essentials. Tea and coffee facilities also stocked daily with 2 bottles of water. Being in an executive suite allowed access to the executive lounge, where soft drinks and hot beverages were available free of charge and between 4pm to 7pm alcohol and nibbles were also available free of charge. Gluten free options are available at breakfast. The roof top pool, is very refreshing (cold! ) and kept clean and tidy, and lovely views over Bulluta Bay and the surrounding area.
Very comfortable two night stay on a business trip in late October. Staff in reception, concierge and the dining room were invariably friendly and helpful. Very comfortable room (although the shower drain was a bit slow); excellent breakfast (no other meals taken in the hotel); excellent rooftop pool with marvellous views; superb gym. Disappointingly, the sauna was barely warm but that's the only criticism I can make of an otherwise excellent hotel. I'd very happily recommend Le Meridien in St Julians.
- Free WiFi in rooms and public areas
- Free parking
- Onsite dining
Le Meridien St. Julians Hotel & Spa places you next to Balluta Square and within a 10-minute stroll of other popular attractions like Sliema Promenade. This 276-room, 5-star hotel has a full-service spa along with an outdoor pool and an indoor pool. It's in central St. Julian's and also close to Portomaso Apartment & Marina Complex and St George's Beach.
There are multiple options for onsite dining with 4 restaurants, including Scirocco, which specializes in international cuisine and serves breakfast, and Taro Restaurant with its ocean views. You can sip a beverage at the coffee shop/café. Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee each morning from 6:30 AM to 10 AM.
All of Le Meridien St. Julians Hotel & Spa's 276 rooms are air-conditioned and have an array of amenities, including furnished balconies, minibars, and coffee makers. Guests can expect free WiFi and wired Internet, along with satellite TV. Beds sport premium bedding and pillow menus, and bathrooms offer deep soaking tubs, rainfall showers, hair dryers, and free toiletries. Laptop-compatible safes, phones, and ironing boards are also standard.
At Le Meridien St. Julians Hotel & Spa, guests enjoy a full-service spa, an indoor pool, and an outdoor pool. You can take advantage of free parking, along with an airport shuttle (available 24 hours) for EUR 21 per vehicle one way. The 24-hour front desk has multilingual staff ready to assist with dry cleaning/laundry, concierge services, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this luxury hotel include a fitness center, 2 spa tubs, and a sauna.
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80% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 2733 reviews