The average price for hotels near Il-Bajja ta' San Gorg is €78 per night. Of those hotels, momondo users recommend the 11 hotels below for those looking to stay in the area. Since Il-Bajja ta' San Gorg is more popular at some times of year than others, prices may vary depending on when you plan your trip. Hotels near Il-Bajja ta' San Gorg are typically 13% more expensive than the average hotel in Malta, which is €67.
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|Radisson Blu Golden Sands Resort & Spa, Golden Bay|
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Malta is a country of towns and villages. Only its laidback and tranquil capital, Valletta, qualifies as a city that attracts arts, history, and culture enthusiasts. If you want free access to the beach, Mellieha is the place to be, whereas St. Paul’s Bay is the most preferred by families traveling with children and pets. If you’re a couple looking for a romantic escapade, we recommend quaint boutique towns like Birgu, Rabat, and Mdina for the baroque and romantic medieval-style architecture. Note that while parts of Malta are walkable, with numerous bus routes at your disposal. However, you don’t have to rely on land-based public transportation only. Use the Gozo Channel ferries or gondola-style water taxis to get around and book hotels in Malta like Be.Hotel, Radisson Blue Resort, or H Hotel to be within city conveniences.
Malta may be a small archipelago, but it packs a punch as far as top attractions are concerned. It’s here that you’ll see an entire UNESCO-recognised capital city (Valletta). Foodies will also enjoy a day trip to Sliema, the Maltese hub for delicious food and plenty of shopping opportunities, including paid guided boat trips around Grand Harbour and visits to the Independence Garden and De Redin Tower. If you plan to spend the bulk of your vacation sipping cocktails by the beach, the large rocks at St. Julians make for a perfect sunbathing spot with views of the seafront promenade and the Partomaso Tower. Off the coast of Malta is the farming and fishing island of Gozo, famous for paid boat tours to the Azure Window and trips to the Temple of Ggantija and the Citadel. If you’re looking for cheap hotels in Malta where you’ll be in proximity to various area attractions and water boats to take you around, we recommend staying at the Barrakka Suites, Valletta Lucente, or the Grand Hotel Excelsior.
Malta’s capital city, Valletta, is a World Heritage Site; therefore, it imposes certain regulations. As such, it has very minimal active nightlife to speak of. Nonetheless, with the city’s bohemian feel, you will enjoy all manner of history, art, and local, fresh, and seasonal must-try Maltese foods like rabbit (Fenek), Gbejniet Maltese cheese, fish soup, Mediterranean cuisines, etc. If you’re after a more active social life, the Harbour Area, also known as the Greater Valletta, is the place to be. Located in the Grand Harbour, the Harbour Area is a sight for sore eyes as it’s home to the world’s most natural ports, including St Julian’s and Sliema. Grand Harbour is a built-up, lively, and cosmopolitan place, full of bars, cafes, restaurants, and nightlife that comes alive along the seafront. If you want to book a hotel in Malta, consider the Grand Hotel Excelsior in Valletta, where you will be within a few minutes drive to Malta and The Auberge Castle.
History and cultural enthusiasts will enjoy their stay in Malta throughout the spring and summer months of April, May, and June. During this time, annual events like Medieval Mdina, Festival Frawli, Earth Garden, etc., also come alive. For a fee, you can learn about the early history of the Maltese Islands at the National Museum of Archeology. Also popular with tourists are paid visits to Auberges, residences of the former Knights of St. John, including cultural sites such as the Manoel Theater and the Royal Opera House in Valletta. Head inland to Mdina’s “Silent City” to experience medieval Malta at its finest with paid attractions such as the Natural History Museum, Palazzo Falzon, the Carmelite Church, and Priory, and more. We recommend staying in downtown Malta hotels like Sally’s Port Suites and 66 Saint Paul’s and Spa to be in proximity to various city amenities and attractions.
If you are looking to save money on your hotel room in Malta, consider visiting the country in November as it is the least expensive month at just €41 per night. Avoid booking a hotel room in July if you are looking for a deal; it is the most expensive month.
Out of all the tourist destinations in Malta, our data shows that travellers tend to visit Mellieha more often than any other city.
On average, a luxury hotel room in Malta costs €65 per night, 69% above the country’s average rate of €39 per night.
At €117 per night, Mellieha is the most expensive city in Malta to book a hotel room in. The average cost of €117 is about 23% above the country's average price per night.
The least expensive city in Malta to stay in is Sliema. With an average rate of €14 per night, Sliema is about 64% less expensive than other cities in Malta.
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