Hyatt Regency Malta Hotel Review is part of the Punxsutawney TPOL Trip Report.
Getting There: Take an Uber through the pristine roads of this beautiful island.
If there were any remaining doubts about whether I should buy a villa in Sicily, they were erased when I arrived at the Hyatt Regency Malta (see Did TPOL Buy a 1 Euro Italian Villa?). Back in luxury, I was quickly reminded that I prefer the finer things in life. Here’s the review:
The hotel is in St. Julian’s, the party district of Malta. While the nightlife scene is a bit amateur, think Cyprus (see Guns & Butter: Ayia Napa, Cyprus Travel Guide), after my time in Castiglione, Sicily, I was happy to see the typical debauchery.
The tradeoff of staying in the entertainment district is a lack of a proper beach.
Although this is a Hyatt Regency, it felt more upscale.
After endeavoring to earn Globalist (see Hyatt Centric Milan: Cert Worthy?), I was expecting a bit more from the room.
I enjoy it when the hotel has an a la carte breakfast option.
After exploring Malta all day, it was nice to return and lounge at the pool (see Guns & Butter: Malta Travel Guide).
The problem with staying at a nice hotel in a new destination is that I am rarely at the hotel. I would like to return to the Hyatt Regency Malta and do nothing more than lounge.
I get the breakfast picture… but it looks like you have about 5 eggs on your plate between the fried, scrambled and two boiled. Did you actually eat 5 eggs?
Lol two people but I do eat 7 egg whites normally
I Stayed there in May for 4 nights. We were able to get 4 nights at 6500 Hyatt Points per night. Weather was perfect and Malta has a lot to offer.
How was the Angels place you pictured at the top?
As good as I had hoped!