At the Hotel Plaza Regency you get two hotels for the price of one – it’s joined to the next-door Plaza Hotel, giving you access to both places.
A prom-side setting has the Hotel Plaza Regency serving up sea views left, right and centre. A rocky beach and a family-friendly park also pull up opposite the hotel.
The Hotel Plaza Regency is joined at the hip to the hotel next door, so as well as a smart rooftop pool and sea-view restaurants and bars, a big range of rooms are in the offing.
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- Floors: 6 or 8
- Lifts: 4 at Plaza, 2 at Plaza Regency
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Bed and Breakfast
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Buffet breakfast and dinner.
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Rooftop outdoor pool
On the roof of Plaza Regency, you'll be able to soak up the panoramic views of Balluta Bay and the Mediterranean Sea.
Penthouse buffet restaurant
From its prime position on the sixth floor, you'll be able to soak up the views of Balluta Bay as you enjoy your meal. This penthouse restaurant offers a buffet spread for breakfast and dinner. Vegetarian and gluten free diets can also be catered for, and highchairs are available. Charges may apply for certain meals depending on your Board Basis.
In the hotel's forecourt, this air-conditioned café offers snacks, sandwiches, pastries, ice-cream and a range of coffees.
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Superior Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony
These superior twin rooms have space for 3 with an extra bed in the bedroom. You’ll also have a balcony outside overlooking the sea and a small fridge.
Twin Room with Sea View and Balcony
These twin rooms feature a warm and inviting colour scheme. You’ll have room for 3 with 1 extra bed in the bedroom. Outside you’ll find a balcony overlooking the sea.
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Room was clean and spacious with balcony and air conditioning. Downside was lack of wifi in rooms unless you were prepared to pay for it. It is the 21st century. The only wifi was in the foyer and there were many people using it However reception staff were helpful and even printed out boarding passes. Breakfast was a free for all and it was definitely a case of quantity over quality. The cooked breakfast was inedible and of dubious quality. There was no fresh fruit and ended up having to buy my own bananas. Continental option was just the same bread and meats and cheeses. It would have been nice to see croissants or such like. Coffee and orange juice although drinkable that was about it best tostay here on a bed only as there are plenty of eateries nearbyMore
Top Tip Wifi..
Starting with WiFi it is worth noting that throughout the whole week, facing the sea on the 5th floor, we made use of the communal WiFi opposite. We were given the free code by the Hotel staff whereas I suspect they may not mention this to everyone. With research when you are there ( and do persevere) you will be fine. Smart clean corridors but the rooms were getting tatty, with poor quality linen. Very little shelf space in the excellent shower rooms. The rooms were generally well cleaned BUT we noted under the bed had been neglected for a year or so (!) Breakfast buffet style was 'ok' BUT be warned - take your own tea bags. Small cups and Lipton Yellow label do NOT produce a decent brew. The 'Nescafe' machine produced DIRE coffee - be warned. In room coffee and tea can be produced at extra cost. The food itself was at breakfast standard and OK. Proper bacon was a little underdone and the sausages ( or 'snorkers' as nicknamed in the Navy) were somewhat Richmond/Frankfurter style. There was usually some form of cake to suit the Americans who eat vast quantities of sweet things. Dress code ? Well, there is not one so the lower echelon would appear in singlets and shorts, with tattoos requiring shade glasses whereas the chronologically gifted were smarter, with better table manners Useful bus stop outside to suit the sensible folk buying the 7 day Unlimited travel ticketMore
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Long awaited visit to Malta
Having wanted to visit Malta for a long time I wasn't disappointed. The Plaza hotel is in a very good location - easy to walk to St Juliens and the ferry in Sliema to go across to Valetta. The staff were very friendly and the facilities more than adequate. We were self catering - just the two of us, but had we been a family we might have found it more challenging as the cooking facilities were very limited. However the facilities were nice and clean. For anyone wanting to know of a special place to eat dinner go to Piccolo Padre which is just a five minute walk away. Booking would be a good idea as it gets very busy. The other tip for all eateries is to share starters and desserts as their portions are very large. Wonderfull views from the rooftop bar - good way to end the dayMore
Quiet and adequate
Stayed here early September 2017. Its impression was it's ok. Nothing special. I got room 501 in the left hand block. Avoid this room. No window. I asked to move and it was no problem. Got a much better room in the right hand block with a sea view. No extra cost. The right hand block seemed to have been updated and appeared much better than the other. Breakfast was about ok. Usual buffet style. I went to local places with breakfast at €5 so only had breakfast here 3 times out of 10 days. Nothing up with the breakfast really but I like to have a change. All in all a pleasant stay. Great location. Bus outside will take you everywhere literally. €2 for a 2 hour ticket or you can get a day or weekly pass. Weekly it's €21 which is great value if you want to get out and see the sights Malta is very very nice. The weather was late 20's , early 30's everyday. Great place. I'll be backMore
The fungus might not be humongous, though it is in abundance there. Our first encounter with the staff of the hotel was not good as well. We checked in to the hotel and saw that our pillows were yellow-ish. While mentioning this as the reception, the reaction of the staff was "yes, but there isn't a pillow case covering the pillow". She has said this without any remorse or apologies towards us. We got an alternative pillow and dito pillowcase, which was at least a bit better, i still was a bit shocked. Afterwards we saw that the bathroom was old with black mold all over the place. The bath tub was old, broken and should be replaced. After doing some research on trip advisor we came across similar reviews. In short: I wouldn't recommend this hotel.More
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