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£109 -- 6-Night Malta Break inc Breakfast*

SeeMalta.com has taken £100 off the price of a 6-night break at the Seashells Resort at Suncrest Hotel. The price is now £109 per person.

Departure is on 30 March from London Luton.

Accommodation is on a bed-and-breakfast basis. Upgrades to half board are an extra £9 per person, per night, and an all-inclusive for an extra £24 per person, per night.

Book by 16 March.

Overlooking the Bay of Qawra, the hotel shares a swimming pool, a children's pool, a fitness centre, a Jacuzzi and a sauna with its sister hotel, The Sunny Coast, which is 150m away. There are several restaurants serving a mix of buffet-style international and Maltese cuisines.
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#2
#3
Nice price - but Malta is so boring!
10 Likes #4
Should liven up a bit once Gaddafi flies in
7 Likes #5
texan
Nice price - but Malta is so boring!

In your opinion!

I've been 9 times and love it.
My husband and I love boat trips and architecture. Malta is very historic and the last thing you could call it is boring!
True, it may not have a nightclub on every corner, but then to me that would be boring!!!

Each to their own
1 Like #6
texan
Nice price - but Malta is so boring!

Biggest building site on the Planet....AVOID.

Also you will be joining 1000's of refugees from North Africa as they have a holding camp full of 'em.
9 Likes #7
mel1408
texan
Nice price - but Malta is so boring!
Biggest building site on the Planet....AVOID.Also you will be joining 1000's of refugees from North Africa as they have a holding camp full of 'em.

Yes cos when you get there you would go straight into a refugee holding camp....
1 Like #8
great price and a great country to visit , wish i could get the time of work i would be gone hot hot hot .
#10
tracyanne1
texan
Nice price - but Malta is so boring!


In your opinion!

I've been 9 times and love it.
My husband and I love boat trips and architecture. Malta is very historic and the last thing you could call it is boring!
True, it may not have a nightclub on every corner, but then to me that would be boring!!!

Each to their own


I don't want a nightclub on every corner otherwise I'd stay in London.
I found Malta boring and noisy (those old buses!)
It's so small and you can see everything in 3 days tops - Valetta can be seen in 1 day. Most people are rather cold/abrupt although I met a handful who were friendly and helpful oh - and the food is limited. I can only eat pasta, lampuki and chips so many times before craving flavor.

But on a positive note - the pastries and cakes are really yummy !

It is MY opinion and of course, you are free to yours too.


Edited By: texan on Mar 02, 2011 13:02
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texan
tracyanne1
texan
Nice price - but Malta is so boring!
In your opinion!I've been 9 times and love it.My husband and I love boat trips and architecture. Malta is very historic and the last thing you could call it is boring!True, it may not have a nightclub on every corner, but then to me that would be boring!!!Each to their own
I don't want a nightclub on every corner otherwise I'd stay in London.I found Malta boring and noisy (those old buses!) It's so small and you can see everything in 3 days tops - Valetta can be seen in 1 day. Most people are rather cold/abrupt although I met a handful who were friendly and helpful oh - and the food is limited. I can only eat pasta, lampuki and chips so many times before craving flavor.But on a positive note - the pastries and cakes are really yummy ! It is MY opinion and of course, you are free to yours too.

Wow, you can see the whole island in 3 days?

So I take it you visited Mosta, Mdina, St.Pauls, Qawra, Buggiba, Gozo, Mellieha, Valetta, Sliema and St.Julians?
#12
love the way you cant even "see the deal" unless you sign up for their lovely spam mail :(
#13
its 139 now . apparently flight prices have increased
419 excluding transfer and luggage for 2 adults a child and baby. unsure if thats such a good deal after all

flights are going out 0630 on 30th
coming back @ 1115 5th tuesday
1 Like #14
tis a nice hotel form when i last visited

for night clubs St Julians is where it's all at and they are bringing in spanking new buses (Arriva is taking over running from ATP) and new routes. If you're going for the clubs etc then you'll probably be better along the coast between St Julians and Valetta

ah i do miss malta... out of season a lot of the touristy places do close but there's still plenty to do if you can get around (buses are cheap)

ryanair flights from luton used to be nice evening ones, now its early mornings ugh, can still get returns from £50 inc taxes etc etc if time it right, miss the old £20 returns - had loads of them a couple of years back ((:

Edited By: squidworth on Mar 02, 2011 13:46: adding ryanair comment
1 Like #15
i love the old malta buses they are great, be a shame when i next go an the bone shakers are no more :((
1 Like #16
texan
Nice price - but Malta is so boring!

Swiss Cottage is a really happening place too.
1 Like #17
I bet youll bump into some chavs on this holiday...
#18
Nassar
texan
Nice price - but Malta is so boring!


Swiss Cottage is a really happening place too.


Didn't claim it was.
banned#19
thefunkygibbon
its 139 now . apparently flight prices have increased
419 excluding transfer and luggage for 2 adults a child and baby. unsure if thats such a good deal after all

flights are going out 0630 on 30th
coming back @ 1115 5th tuesday

click the expire button then!
#20
tracyanne1
texan
tracyanne1
texan
Nice price - but Malta is so boring!
In your opinion!I've been 9 times and love it.My husband and I love boat trips and architecture. Malta is very historic and the last thing you could call it is boring!True, it may not have a nightclub on every corner, but then to me that would be boring!!!Each to their own
I don't want a nightclub on every corner otherwise I'd stay in London.I found Malta boring and noisy (those old buses!) It's so small and you can see everything in 3 days tops - Valetta can be seen in 1 day. Most people are rather cold/abrupt although I met a handful who were friendly and helpful oh - and the food is limited. I can only eat pasta, lampuki and chips so many times before craving flavor.But on a positive note - the pastries and cakes are really yummy ! It is MY opinion and of course, you are free to yours too.


Wow, you can see the whole island in 3 days?

So I take it you visited Mosta, Mdina, St.Pauls, Qawra, Buggiba, Gozo, Mellieha, Valetta, Sliema and St.Julians?


I did most. Stayed in Mellieha Bay. Bus to Motsa 10 mins. Mdina from Valetta 30 mins. St Paul on the way to Mosta. Gozo a 30mins ferry ride away - public transport sucks there so hired a car, port is near Mellieha Bay. St Julians/Bugibba/Qarwa (although didnt go to Qarwa) one bus away.
Didn't go to Sliema or Qarwa as I wasn't too bothered anymore. Mdina and Valetta were the only half interesting places to go to.

Oh and I did all this in 5 days.
banned 4 Likes #21
I enjoyed malta when i went.

Loads of history to see, if you like architecture its great.

Never met any people friendlier than the maltese. I went when i was 18, just because it was cheap. There was 6 teenagers. Normally you would get hassled into fights etc by locals (well we did in spain and france) but they invited us for football games, picked us up their cars etc, even went to their mums and dads houses for tea. GOOD TIMES!
2 Likes #22
Marsaxlokk, Blue Grotto, Buskett Forest, Marsascala, Marsalforn, Paradise bay, Golden Bay, Ghadira Bay, Gnejna Bay, Birzebugga, Armier & Little Armier, Blue Lagoon, Ramla Bay, Marsalforn, Xlendi Bay, Rabat are just a couple of places that spring to mind and are more than half interesting places to be.
1 Like #23
texan
tracyanne1
texan
tracyanne1
texan
Nice price - but Malta is so boring!
In your opinion!I've been 9 times and love it.My husband and I love boat trips and architecture. Malta is very historic and the last thing you could call it is boring!True, it may not have a nightclub on every corner, but then to me that would be boring!!!Each to their own
I don't want a nightclub on every corner otherwise I'd stay in London.I found Malta boring and noisy (those old buses!) It's so small and you can see everything in 3 days tops - Valetta can be seen in 1 day. Most people are rather cold/abrupt although I met a handful who were friendly and helpful oh - and the food is limited. I can only eat pasta, lampuki and chips so many times before craving flavor.But on a positive note - the pastries and cakes are really yummy ! It is MY opinion and of course, you are free to yours too.
Wow, you can see the whole island in 3 days?So I take it you visited Mosta, Mdina, St.Pauls, Qawra, Buggiba, Gozo, Mellieha, Valetta, Sliema and St.Julians?
I did most. Stayed in Mellieha Bay. Bus to Motsa 10 mins. Mdina from Valetta 30 mins. St Paul on the way to Mosta. Gozo a 30mins ferry ride away - public transport sucks there so hired a car, port is near Mellieha Bay. St Julians/Bugibba/Qarwa (although didnt go to Qarwa) one bus away.Didn't go to Sliema or Qarwa as I wasn't too bothered anymore. Mdina and Valetta were the only half interesting places to go to.Oh and I did all this in 5 days.

It takes me approx. 30mins to go from Mellieha to Mosta in a car.
Mdina to Valetta approx. 15 miins! Are you sure you were on the right bus?
All I can say is that you must have a very short attention span! As even my 3 year old didn't want to leave Mdina!
Although, your contribution has highlighted the excellent public transport system that is in place!

Oh and BTW, it's Qawra!
#24
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#25
Many of the places people are recommending on Malta are actually on Gozo. Gozo is like a different planet compared to Malta; it is wonderful. Malta is a building site - full of abandoned building projects and concrete monstrosities.

Malta is great - as a gateway to Gozo. (Though prices have shot up since joining the euro a couple of years ago).
#26
tracyanne1
texan
tracyanne1
texan
tracyanne1
texan
Nice price - but Malta is so boring!
In your opinion!I've been 9 times and love it.My husband and I love boat trips and architecture. Malta is very historic and the last thing you could call it is boring!True, it may not have a nightclub on every corner, but then to me that would be boring!!!Each to their own
I don't want a nightclub on every corner otherwise I'd stay in London.I found Malta boring and noisy (those old buses!) It's so small and you can see everything in 3 days tops - Valetta can be seen in 1 day. Most people are rather cold/abrupt although I met a handful who were friendly and helpful oh - and the food is limited. I can only eat pasta, lampuki and chips so many times before craving flavor.But on a positive note - the pastries and cakes are really yummy ! It is MY opinion and of course, you are free to yours too.
Wow, you can see the whole island in 3 days?So I take it you visited Mosta, Mdina, St.Pauls, Qawra, Buggiba, Gozo, Mellieha, Valetta, Sliema and St.Julians?
I did most. Stayed in Mellieha Bay. Bus to Motsa 10 mins. Mdina from Valetta 30 mins. St Paul on the way to Mosta. Gozo a 30mins ferry ride away - public transport sucks there so hired a car, port is near Mellieha Bay. St Julians/Bugibba/Qarwa (although didnt go to Qarwa) one bus away.Didn't go to Sliema or Qarwa as I wasn't too bothered anymore. Mdina and Valetta were the only half interesting places to go to.Oh and I did all this in 5 days.


It takes me approx. 30mins to go from Mellieha to Mosta in a car.
Mdina to Valetta approx. 15 miins! Are you sure you were on the right bus?
All I can say is that you must have a very short attention span! As even my 3 year old didn't want to leave Mdina!
Although, your contribution has highlighted the excellent public transport system that is in place!

Oh and BTW, it's Qawra!


BTW, I said it's 30 mins to Mdina from Valetta by bus. So yes, I was on the right bus. Are you reading the right message?
Took us 10mins by bus from Mellieha Heights to Mosta. We left early in the morning and it was winter. Plus the bus drivers are a little reckless. You must drive slow lol
We spend about 3 hours at Mdina. That included lunch at Bacchus and a visit to the museum and church. Church was amazing but the Museum sucked. Mind you, we got into the Museum for free so quickly exited.

Yeah buses are well run although they're not comfortable at all especially as I'm quite tall.

I get the vibe that my comments are annoying you - apologies if you're Maltese or something. Not everyone loves Malta...

Edited By: texan on Mar 02, 2011 14:53
#27
virus
Many of the places people are recommending on Malta are actually on Gozo. Gozo is like a different planet compared to Malta; it is wonderful. Malta is a building site - full of abandoned building projects and concrete monstrosities.

Malta is great - as a gateway to Gozo. (Though prices have shot up since joining the euro a couple of years ago).


Just had a read about Gozo here

Sounds a lovely wee place, is the ferry across from Malta always packed and is it expensive?
#28
This hotel wasn't too bad. Be aware that when you walk up the road to the bus station from the hotel you will be accosted by dozens of timeshare sellers, all English. The bus service was one of the best things about Malta. You can get anywhere for a couple of quid. Cheaper than TFL and surprisingly less chavs than the London Underground. Probably because the chavs all hire cars.

"Subject to availability. Based on two sharing. Restrictions may apply. This holiday is sold as a package and is ATOL bonded. Additional charges include £30 for every piece of luggage weighing up to 15kg, return transfers are £30. Single supplement is £7 and seaview supplement is £4 per person" - maybe that's where someone got the idea that it had gone up to £139 from? £30 for luggage.

Edited By: maxtweenie on Mar 02, 2011 15:09
#29
And a lot of the buses are family run,and don,t forget the lovely old english fords out there in there 100s.
#30
Would anybody recommend a 17 year old and his mates going here?
Myself and the mates are looking for a cheap holiday this year, and this seems okay from what i've seen so far.

@ The people that have been there -
Are there any bars local ? And what was the pool like ?

Edited By: JJMPSP on Mar 02, 2011 15:15
#31
JJMPSP
Would anybody recommend a 17 year old and his mates going here?
Myself and the mates are looking for a cheap holiday this year, and this seems okay from what i've seen so far.

@ The people that have been there -
Are there any bars local ? And what was the pool like ?


NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO....please go to Ayia Napa or Ibiza, they are lovely :)
#32
17 yo holiday? gangs of youths? Hence chav destination unfortunately

This will be the next Ibiza uncovered on sky one is a couple of years!
#33
bubble160207
17 yo holiday? gangs of youths? Hence chav destination unfortunately

This will be the next Ibiza uncovered on sky one is a couple of years!


LOOOL !

Yep, i'm not the typical type of trouble making teen ;)
I'm a programmer that has better things to do like make money and enjoy life, other than waste money on drugs and cause trouble on the streets.

@ Caz4 - thanks for your feedback mate :)
There's 21 of us so far, so we're thinking Spain or somewhere close to it, as it doesn't take long to get there.
Only problem so far is that we need to find a cheap deal to support our near-empty pockets so we can still have enough money to live after the holiday hahaha :(
1 Like #34
JJMPSP
bubble160207
17 yo holiday? gangs of youths? Hence chav destination unfortunately

This will be the next Ibiza uncovered on sky one is a couple of years!


LOOOL !

Yep, i'm not the typical type of trouble making teen ;)
I'm a programmer that has better things to do like make money and enjoy life, other than waste money on drugs and cause trouble on the streets.

@ Caz4 - thanks for your feedback mate :)
There's 21 of us so far, so we're thinking Spain or somewhere close to it, as it doesn't take long to get there.
Only problem so far is that we need to find a cheap deal to support our near-empty pockets so we can still have enough money to live after the holiday hahaha :(


Your best bet is just to walk into the travel agents. Try Thomas Cook, then Thompson, both on any local high street. Tell them there are 21 of you and you want the best deal they can offer you in the best resort aimed at young people. They will be clambering for your business. Just write down the total price per person and move onto the the next agent and do the same. Go now though, don't leave it too late as you will get the best deal the earlier you book ......the old last minute thing doesn't work when there are loads of you remember as the hotel or plane are unlikely to have that many empty seats/rooms. Be prepared to haggle, when they give you a price, ask if gthey could do it a bit cheaper, if you don't ask you don't get!!

Good luck, hope you have a great time, and NEVER go out alone, always have a least a couple of mates with you,.......even when just going to the loo ......honestly!
1 Like #35
love malta, go every year, and DH wants to move there. Depends what you like, if your into clubbing and night life etc then its prob not for you.
very quirky though and by no means quiet! just 'different'! and the people are lovely !
1 Like #36
travelresearcher123
I enjoyed malta when i went.

Loads of history to see, if you like architecture its great.

Never met any people friendlier than the maltese. I went when i was 18, just because it was cheap. There was 6 teenagers. Normally you would get hassled into fights etc by locals (well we did in spain and france) but they invited us for football games, picked us up their cars etc, even went to their mums and dads houses for tea. GOOD TIMES!


Agree totally, but wanted to add that malta isnt all about the architecture. we took our kids (who were then 10 & 12) 2 years ago, i had been a few times previously \7 loved it, but was my kids first abroad holiday & we wanted it to be there holiday, doing what they wanted to do, didnt visit one architectural place of interest & still managed to fill 2 weeks, loads of swimming, pool & beach, and the water park, admittedly, but the kids loved it and we have been back twice since and have another holiday booked for august
#37
thefunkygibbon
love the way you cant even "see the deal" unless you sign up for their lovely spam mail :(


Not really spam, you sign up because you want to be sent the deals... plus... they only ever send you one email per week which has all their offers. MUCH better than most other websites. On the rare occasion you may get an extra mail with other offers.
#38
JJMPSP
bubble160207
17 yo holiday? gangs of youths? Hence chav destination unfortunatelyThis will be the next Ibiza uncovered on sky one is a couple of years!
LOOOL !Yep, i'm not the typical type of trouble making teen ;)I'm a programmer that has better things to do like make money and enjoy life, other than waste money on drugs and cause trouble on the streets.@ Caz4 - thanks for your feedback mate :)There's 21 of us so far, so we're thinking Spain or somewhere close to it, as it doesn't take long to get there. Only problem so far is that we need to find a cheap deal to support our near-empty pockets so we can still have enough money to live after the holiday hahaha :(

If your looking for an 18-30's style holiday for your age group go to Sunny Beach Bulgaria, Malia and Napa is rough, Ibiza will be too expensive for you, SB all the way
Oh your a programmer

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Edited By: bubble160207 on Mar 02, 2011 16:35: reason
#39
Cheers OP, just booked this from Bristol for 7 nights :)
#40
looks very good offer for money

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