Recommended Accommodation for Malta
Below are our recommended places to stay for Malta. We’d love to add more. If you’ve traveled to Malta and have a recommended hotel, hostel, B&B or inn that would be great for a solo traveler, please submit it by completing this form. We’ll then add your suggestion to this page. In fact, if you have any places you’ve stayed anywhere in the world that you loved as a solo traveler, please submit them via this form.
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This beautiful townhouse was converted into a guesthouse that opened in 2013. Two pillows is in a fantastic location — Sliema, close to the ferry to Valletta, the buses, and lots of shopping and dining. The rooms are immaculately designed. This place straddles the line between boutique hotel, family-run guesthouse, and hostel, as you have both high-end private en suite rooms and a few simple dorms. That said, there are a few communal spaces, including a full kitchen for your use, so you can either get to know your fellow guests or keep to yourself. And yes, everyone DOES get two pillows. For the full Maltese experience, hang out on your balcony and make up backstories for everyone walking down your street!
49 San Piju V
Type: Boutique Hotel
Price range: $51 to $100
What’s included: WiFi, wheelchair accessible
A party place: No
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