Find gay friendly hotels in Malta. Get what you want from your choice of accommodation with Gay Guide Malta.
When planning your holiday, gay friendly holiday accommodation is essential. While personal standards vary for what makes a hotel gay friendly, we can agree that it is a “know it when you feel it” thing. On Gay Guide Malta you will find only hand picked gay friendly hotels in Malta, where you will feel right at home.
Holiday accommodation types in Malta include luxurious five-star hotels, B&Bs, guest houses, hostels, boutique hotels and apartments, villas and even traditional farmhouses for rent. Take your pick from our choice of gay friendly hotels in Malta.
Sliema, St. Julian`s Gzira area
Consider staying in the area of St Julian’s, Sliema and Gzira if you like to be where it’s all happening. These localities are closest to Paceville, Malta’s vibrant nightlife hotspot, which is rife with nightclubs, bars and restaurants of all kinds. The area also caters abundantly for the high life, while sightseeing tours, boat trips and shopping are easily accessible.
Bugibba and Qawra area
Another happening area is Bugibba-Qawra. Although not as well-reputed as Sliema and St Julians, this area has been developing into a beautiful holiday town at a rather impressive pace in recent years. It includes several local attractions, such as the Malta Aquarium, and several bars and restaurants. Sightseeing, boat trips and beach time is also made easy. Best recommended for travellers on a medium to low budget.
Mdina or Valletta?
To immerse yourself in the island’s history and culture, stay in Mdina or Valletta. Experience local lifestyle in one of the small villages, such as Naxxar or Attard. Or choose Mellieha or Gozo for a peaceful getaway, where you can enjoy spectacular views, nature and a slower pace of life. Comino is also a good option if you want to spend your time off the grid while enjoying idyllic comfort.
The good news is that, no matter where you choose to stay, you can easily travel to other places of interest, as Malta is only 27 km long and 14 km wide at its furthest points. The bus service is reasonably adequate, with some areas better served than others, or you can rent a car (remember that in Malta we drive on the left).