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fantastic views over Grand Harbour, ask for a balcony view. Friendly male staff and shades of 'ould' decency still there! Be careful to book the air conditioning though, because at the front of the hotel where the breathtaking views are, the street below is noisy...More
I chose this hotel because it was reasonably priced and put me in Valletta, where I needed to be for the short time I was there. The room was clean and comfortable and perfectly adequate for my needs but I am not sure I would...More
We deliberately chose this hotel for the views and location so were certainly not disappointed. As others have mentioned, you have to pay 7€ for air conditioning - which we already knew and I don't know how much for the television remote. The rooms are...More
Response from davidmontebello, Owner at British HotelResponded 14 September 2012
Thanks for your comments ..I only want to inform anyone reading the reviews that A/C is extra, TV and safe deposit are included with the rate. Glad you enjoyed your stay with us
Perfect location to explore Valletta.
Good views of the harbour from the restaurant
1. I got a room on the sixth floor. No lift
2. You have to pay an extra euro 7 per night if you want to use the air conditioning. This...More
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Response from davidmontebello, Owner at British HotelResponded 8 September 2012
Thanks for your feedback I want to apologise if we did not mention to you in the booking that the room is on the 5th floor . Actually there is a lift whcih takes you to the 2nd floor and then the adjoining building you...More
As others have noted, front-facing rooms at the British Hotel have a superb view across the harbour, and there is plenty of shipping coming and going to keep an eye on, from row-boats to luxury yachts and huge cruise ships.
The hotel has definitely seen...More
The food in Malta is closely related to Italian one, with big emphasis on seafood, but you must be careful, I got sick after eating a Tuna fillet in a nice restaurante in Valletta, I would suggest you go to a restaurant that... More
The food in Malta is closely related to Italian one, with big emphasis on seafood, but you must be careful, I got sick after eating a Tuna fillet in a nice restaurante in Valletta, I would suggest you go to a restaurant that is crowded, most likely the food is circulating enough not to be old.