Euroclub Hotel is a great hotel situated in the north of Malta in the centre of the lively resort of Qawra. Euroclub Hotel is minutes away from the beach and is near bars and restaurants.
Euroclub Hotel offers 28 rooms and 6 self catering apartments, a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner; a fully equipped cafeteria, Watson's Pub, a 24hr reception service, fax service, foreign exchange, laundry and an internet cafe. During summer time there is an outside pool and also an inside heated pool for winter.
* Works will be carried out on the reception, lounge area, offices and terrace & pool bar
November 2015 - March 2016
* Dining & Bars:
Euroclub Hotel has a restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Also a la carte menu, local and international cuisine. It also has a fully equipped cafeteria to enjoy coffee and a selection of home made gateux.
* Watson's Pub has entertainment all evenings and also has a big screen to view your favourite soccer game.
Euroclub Hotel has a 24hr reception service, fax service, foreign exchange, laundry. There is also an internet cafe at reseaonable prices.
* During summer time there is an outside pool and also an inside heated pool for winter.
* Euroclub Hotel has 28 rooms and 6 self catering apartments. Bedrooms all have en-suite shower or bathroom, makeup mirror, balcony, ceiling fan, refrigerator & safe, satellite TV, direct dial telephone & hair dryer.
Euroclub Hotel is located in the north of Malta in the centre of the lively resort of Qawra. Euroclub Hotel is only minutes away from Qawra's picturesque promenade and yet its in the heart of Malta's prime tourist area - amidst shops, restaurants, bars, beaches, the bugibba centre and water sports facilities.
Malta: Located less than 100 km south of Sicily, with a population of approximately 390 000, the Islands cover an area of 316 km and travelling distance from any two points is normally less than 30 minutes. The climate is mild and pleasant throughout most the year.
Two of the major areas of Malta are the Capital Valletta, overlooking the Grand Harbour and Mdina, a fortified medieval city built on a hill in the centre of the island.
The Maltese Islands boast of numerous archeological sights including the megalithic temples of Hagar Qim, Mnajdra (in Malta) and Ggantija Temples (in Gozo).
Surrounded by the deep blue Mediterrenean, Malta, Gozo, and the little island of Comino are also a dream destination for divers keen to discover unspoilt creeks.
There is plenty to do in the evenings with many options such as theatre, casino, local bars with live music, restaurants and discotheques.