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All reviewsbay view roomspinola baytwo double bedssuperior roombed and breakfast basishalf boardst juliansindoor poolcleaned every daypublic areasbars and restaurantsplenty of sunbedsbuffet stylevisiting maltaomelettenight lifebus stop
We were offered this hotel after our enquiry for other accommodation was no longer available. Having read reviews on here we were a bit apprehensive.
We need not have been. Our flight got in early and we were at the hotel by 11am. As expected...More
An overnight stay but we were given a very comfortable room. It was on the side of soon to be completed building works but not a problem. The development is low level and there is a good view of the Marina. Even better views on...More
We had our Wedding on the rooftop Terrace. It was amazing from the Ceremony to the last song. The food was first class as was the service. We were well looked after by the Lovely Louise Galea, events manager. The views from the roof top...More
Just got back from a 4 day stay at the cavaleri art hotel and we will defiantly be returning.
Check in was fast , room was ready before 2pm so we were able to check in at 1 which was nice.
Our room was on...More
I stayed here for a week and it was a huge dissapiontment. We booked into a marina view room on the third floor, our flight did not get in till 2am so there was only one person checking our group in. I was then abruptly...More
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I've stayed in the Cavalieri's "Twin French Window Land View" rooms several times. All my rooms have had a round mirror on a concertina arm and I believe the mirror is magnifying on one side and plain on the... More
I've stayed in the Cavalieri's "Twin French Window Land View" rooms several times. All my rooms have had a round mirror on a concertina arm and I believe the mirror is magnifying on one side and plain on the other side.