Until February, you can stay at the Hyatt Regency Malta for only €101 per night – as long as you stay for at least 2 nights. To make this deal even better, by booking through ASMALLWORLD, you’ll even get free breakfast, an upgrade, and US$100 (~€92) to spend at the hotel during your stay. Furthermore, the rate is fully refundable and an eligible rate to earn World of Hyatt points.
Our calendar displays all the cheapest dates and can redirect you to ASMALLWORLD’s booking site. You’ll need a free account to see the VIP rate that includes all the benefits.
The room will be 32 m2 large. It is unclear what upgrade you’ll get, but it will probably only be something like a better view or a higher floor.
You’ll get a US$100 (~€92) credit once for your entire stay. To give you an example, a main course at the hotel’s formal Seed restaurant costs between €27 for a chicken breast and €35 for an USDA sirloin and braised short rib. Here’s a link to the menu.
The Hyatt Regency Malta is a cosmopolitan 5-star hotel, located close to the sea with stylish rooms, an indoor pool, a rooftop pool, a gym, restaurants, and a spa.
Previous guests have left very good reviews of the hotel (e.g. 4.7/5 on Google), many stating that this is a wonderful hotel with outstanding staff members and peaceful surroundings.
Located in Paceville, there are plenty of dining options in the direct vicinity of the hotel. Malta’s airport is a 25-minute drive away. An Uber would cost you roughly €15 for that distance.
Usually, this hotel is much more expensive. Even in March – when the weather isn’t that much warmer – you’d already be paying around €130 per night, and roughly €160 in April.
But even on the same dates, Hyatt charges €124 per night for the rate that includes breakfast. That means that you’re saving around 20% by booking on ASMALLWORLD, plus you’re getting the free upgrade and the US$100 (~€92) to spend at the hotel. This is a no-brainer.
Last but not least, the price check also holds up if you compare the price to other 5-star hotels nearby, which already charge more for their non-refundable rates that don’t even include breakfast, such as the Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Golden Sands (€125), InterContinental (€120), Hilton (€135), Marriott Hotel & Spa (€145), Radisson Blu Resort (€130), or The Westin Dragonara Resort (€145).
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