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    • 4 hours ago
    • james hickinbottom

    the pool in qawra palace is cloudy due to the atrons that go in the pool don't wash off the suntan lotion and that's what causes it to go cloudy I have been going to qawra palace for 25 years now and while we have been there it never happends but I have worked at a swimming pool outdoor and used to tend to them and clean them and that is the problem you will get it any were they don't say please wash your cream off before entering the pool which I have suggested that and they are supposed to e putting notices but by the looks of things they haven't so that is you probem sorry to say cheers hope you enjoy your stay at qawra palace and say hello to the staff for me my friend marion works there but you don't see her as she is in the office I wont be coming due to ill health sorry my friends bob from blackpool

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    • 2 days ago
    • Patricia.Honey

    also the brits don't no when to stop drinking german people behave very well on holiday

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    • 2 days ago
    • Pete Marney

    Having been all over Europe I think the Brits are worse than the Germans now for reserving sunbeds We were in Majorca recently and were woken at 4a.m. and looked out to see people moving and putting towels on sunbeds. Worse still was when we went down at 10a.m. there were still plenty of sunbeds to use. Why ruin your holiday just to get a sunbed in the same place every day. I just don't understand it.

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    • 3 days ago
    • Mario Azzopardi

    My god I miss Malta. It is so beautiful.

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • karen woodward

    Have just returned from Qawra Palace when we arrived the road outside looked like a war zone and dusty,they started to resurface it at around 8.30 at night and carried on through the night,must admit it looks better now its all done.The pool the first week was crystal clear by the second week was starting to look cloudy but full off chemicals.The sunbeds were starting to get reserved from about 6.30 in the morning,the hotel itself is good and cannot fault,the rooms are cleaned every day,food and staff very good.

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    • 2 weeks ago
    • Stephen Mitchell

    Try the time lapse, you can see people putting towels out at the crack of dawn.

  • avatar
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Pamela Squires

    That pool looks crystal clear to me.

  • avatar
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Patricia.Honey

    No still looks dirty

  • avatar
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Stephen Mitchell

    That looks fine now,pool water must have filtered.

  • avatar
    • 2 weeks ago
    • Pamela Squires

    The pool looks fine now.

  • avatar
    • 3 weeks ago
    • Liz

    The pool looks so dirty what is wrong with the water

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • Steve Baker

    That pool cannot be safe, ( green) we have stayed at this hotel many times, but not again, it just shows how it's gone down in standards.

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • richard fitzpatrick

    i was thinking that about the pool ,im going there in 5 days as well

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    • 3 weeks ago
    • Stephen Mitchell

    The pool water looks green???.

Qawra Coast - St. Paul's Bay

Qawra is a stunning holiday destination overlooking St. Paul's Bay (San Pawl il-Baħar), in close proximity to Mellieħa Bay (Il-Għadira) and Buġibba, even St Paul's Island (Il-Gżejjer ta' San Pawl) can be reached by a few minutes boat trip, a great way of exploring Qawra.

The heart of the Maltese tourism although not so large as the other cities, Qawra affords panoramic views of extraordinary beauty, stunning beaches and a wonderful sea, accommodation facilities offering top-quality services, all kinds of water sports, opportunities for lots of fun in the sun all year around, valuable cultural resources and a splendid Mediterranean climate, Qawra is the perfect holiday destination, especially for families of all ages; the splendid bays and inlets of its sharply indented coast are among the most visited and admired natural attractions, moreover they offer peaceful settings for a range of water based activities and unique opportunities to enjoy a swim. The 3 km. promenade includes recreational spaces, relaxing areas with breathtaking panoramic views on the blue water, especially under the warm colours of the sunset. Qawra's sea and beaches are surely its most visited natural attractions, however it affords a great nightlife throughout the whole year consisting of many bars, pubs, cafés and restaurants very popular among tourists and locals.

The city also boasts a remarkable architecture and a rich cultural heritage, due to its perfect location, it was conceived as one of the most important strategic bases for the activities of the Knights Hospitaller (later known as Knights of St. John or Knights of Malta), among their most famous coastal fortifications the Ghallis Tower (also known as Ta' Fra Ben Tower or Torri tal-Għallis) stands out for its small dimensions as well as for its historical significance; it was built by the Knights of Malta led by the Grandmaster Giovanni Paolo Lascaris around the half of the 17th century, originally a smaller fortification mainly used as watchtower (later reinforced in the 18th century), it is today an eloquent witness to the Maltese military past: the tower stands in the heart of St. Paul's Bay and Salina Bay (Salini Bay) just above the shore, at the end of Qawra Point (Ras il-Qawra), the perfect place for swimming, snorkeling and diving.

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