Best hotels and hostels in Gozo

  • Top ChoiceLodging in Gozo

    Thirtyseven

    This stylish place in a quiet village south of Victoria has 10 rooms framing sunny courtyards in three adjoining farmhouses. It's owned by a couple who used to work in the Milanese fashion scene. Decor combines exposed flagstone walls and floors with original artworks and bespoke wallpaper. A new yoga and pilates gazebo is the best place to start the day.

  • Top ChoiceLodging in Marsalforn

    Maria-Giovanna Guesthouse

    This place has 15 rooms, each decorated in rustic style, with funky cast-iron or wooden beds, polished wooden furniture and colourful linen and rugs. Guests have use of the guesthouse's kitchen, dining area, courtyard and TV lounge.

  • Top ChoiceLodging in Ta’Ċenċ

    Hotel Ta'Ċenċ & Spa

    Upmarket Ta'Ċenċ hides in 160 hectares on a remote cliff-top plateau just east of Sannat. Built out of local stone, the simple, stylish rooms are housed in trulli (cone-shaped buildings). There are landscaped gardens, two outdoor pools and, around 3km away, a rocky private beach with a spectacularly located restaurant. Spa and beauty-therapy services are available at the hotel.

  • Top ChoiceLodging in Victoria (Rabat)

    Casa Gemelli

    Just 10 rooms fill this restored 1890 townhouse on Victoria's main street. Overflowing pot plants enliven the reception, and the rooms are decorated in ornate historic style. Modern bathrooms are contemporary with buffet breakfasts shared in a downstairs dining room. It's worth paying extra for the rooms at the back of the property that have superb views of Il-Kastell.

  • Top ChoiceLodging in Nadur

    Ferrieha Farmhouse

    Perched on a Qala hilltop, this large house is built in traditional style with lots of space and fantastic views across the sea to Comino. There are four spacious guest rooms, all with sandstone walls, stellar vistas and a great pool and splash pool. Owners Marcello and Denise have definitely kept up the high standards of the previous proprietors.

  • Lodging in Victoria (Rabat)

    Maria Townhouse

    Run by the friendly Joe and Gina, Maria Townhouse has just a couple of spotless rooms and a great-value self-contained apartment with a full kitchen. Location-wise, it's perfect, tucked away in a very quiet local lane, but still just a short walk from Il-Kastell and good cafes and restaurants. Excellent value, and one of Gozo's travel bargains.

  • Lodging in Mġarr

    Grand Hotel

    There's only one hotel in Mġarr – the butterscotch-bright, four-star Grand Hotel, which has a fine position overlooking the harbour. It has bright, airy, elegant rooms and extensive facilities, including a sauna, gym, games room, restaurant and cocktail bar. Its least expensive rooms have no view; from these it's a small step up to a 'country view' room.

  • Lodging in Victoria (Rabat)

    Duke

    Spanning two floors atop a shopping mall and cafes, the Duke's opening has added boutique hotel style to downtown Victoria. Because the hotel's layout was adapted from the building's previous life as apartments, rooms are particularly spacious and some have big balconies. Decor is contemporary with warm timber accents, and flat-screen TVs, USB ports and fast wi-fi are standard.

  • Lodging in Xagħra

    Cornucopia Hotel

    Cornucopia and its copious accommodation options are set in and around a converted farmhouse about 1km north of the village square. Four-star accommodation is available in its 48 hotel rooms and suites arranged around a courtyard, pool and pretty garden, or in self-catering villas, bungalows, apartments and farmhouses. Request a valley view for sweeping countryside vistas.

  • Lodging in Għarb & San Lawrenz

    Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz

    The Kempinski, close to the wondrous coastline around Dwejra, is a swish hideaway set amid lush, palm-shaded landscaping. Rooms are warmly decorated in polished wood and make use of smooth pale local limestone. Staff are obliging and there is a wealth of facilities, including a spa with a hammam, and restaurants where ingredients come from the organic garden.

  • Lodging in Xlendi

    St Patrick's Hotel

    On the Xlendi waterfront is the friendly, helpful St Patrick's, with attractive, well-equipped rooms. The cheaper rooms face a pleasant-enough internal courtyard; the next step up sees larger rooms with a balcony and views over the town car park and valley beyond (it's worth paying more for the ones with sea views). The rooftop terrace has a spa and pool.

  • Lodging in Xlendi

    San Antonio Guesthouse

    This lovely, leafy guesthouse is a fair climb up the hill on the south side of Xlendi Bay. The 13 rooms are good value, large, bright and spotless, with chunky pine furniture and balconies/terraces. It has a garden, a nice swimming pool (with views) and a kiddies' pool. For optimum views, request a pool-facing room on the 1st floor.

  • Lodging in Marsalforn

    Murella Living

    One of Marslaforn's newest boutique accommodation options, Murella Living has stylish rooms and suites decorated with modern art and murals. Hardwood floors and contemporary bathrooms add a modern touch, and breakfast gets top marks from guests. The seafront is just steps away and it's an easy walk to bars and restaurants.

  • Lodging in Xlendi

    San Andrea Hotel

    This little hotel with a great location on the Xlendi waterfront has plenty of sunny rooms with balconies looking out to sea (€10 to €16 extra). The small but comfortable rooms are unexciting, but have views and are excellent value. Hopefully you'll be spending most of your time outside in Mediterranean sunshine.

  • Lodging in Marsalforn

    Calypso Hotel

    The Calypso is a custard-coloured Maltese building on Marsalforn's waterfront with 100 smart, bright rooms hued in warm natural tones. It has a handful of on-site restaurants, cafes and a sweet shop, plus a diving school, and a lovely pool, bar and sun terrace on the roof.

  • Lodging in Nadur

    Quaint Boutique Hotel

    This place is in a historic 19th-century building sympathetically converted in contemporary style, with bargain 'comfort' rooms, duplex and penthouse suites with terraces. Downstairs is the Fat Rabbit restaurant for breakfast.

  • Lodging in Victoria (Rabat)

    Downtown Hotel

    This hotel offers bright, fuss-free, if uninspiring, rooms with respectable three-star amenities (cable TV, hairdryer, minibar). There's a family-friendly feel, with a rooftop pool (magic views), soft-play kids' club, and bowling alley. From May to October, there's a free bus service to Gozo beaches. The most expensive rooms have excellent rural views, while internal rooms lack a balcony.

  • Lodging in Marsalforn

    Lantern Guesthouse

    The Lantern is a cosy guesthouse with clean, homely rooms, all with en suite, cable TV and fridge (air-con available at extra charge). The friendly owners can also hook you up with reasonably priced apartments around town, and there's a decent pizzeria downstairs.