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Your Guide to Malta and Gozo - Where to Stay

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Where to Stay

From luxurious 5-star hotels to modest dorms for the traveler on a shoestring budget, accommodation of all sorts is available in Malta, and a little shopping around may help to bring down the cost of your stay. Accommodation in the smaller island of Gozo is generally less expensive than in Malta.

A single room in a 5-star hotel in Malta may set you back as much as €180 or more per night, during the low season; prices for a twin room are only marginally higher, so sharing a room would ensure a better deal. A breakfast supplement would typically cost around €15 per person. Whilst rates are generally more expensive during the peak season, this is not overwhelmingly so, as prices tend to hover at around €200 for a single room and €240 for a double room. In Gozo, single rooms would cost around €100 and €150 during the off-peak and peak period respectively.

Four star accommodation rates plummet to around €50 for a single room, off peak and €80 in the summer months.

2 and 3 star accommodations do not seem to be well differentiated in terms of pricing. Rates range from €20 to over €50 for a single room in the off peak period During the peak season, prices typically increase by €10-€15.

Pricing for hostels does not markedly differ from that for cheaper 2-star hotels. So perhaps one should only stay here when rooms in the latter category are not available.