This old-fashioned four-star hotel is the only place to stay and eat (guests only) on the island. It has 95 rooms at San Niklaw Bay and 46 bungalows at Santa Marija Bay, but no self-catering options. Bungalows are a larger option than the hotel rooms, with a sitting area. It's open from Easter to October only.
By day there are hotel-organised activities (at additional cost) to occupy your time – the most popular is scuba diving, taking advantage of Comino's excellent dive sites. Instruction and courses for beginners, experienced divers and kids are available through the hotel's dive school.
Other diversions include a private beach (in San Niklaw Bay), swimming pools, tennis courts, bikes and water sports (including rental of windsurfing equipment, canoes, and sailing and motor boats). There are also boat excursions. Or you can simply recharge your batteries in your bright, bland but perfectly adequate room (featuring air-con, phone, cable TV, fridge and balcony).
Day trippers can use the hotel's facilities for €47 a day, but this must be booked in advance through the hotel. The price includes a buffet lunch, return boat ticket and use of the pool and private beach. Casual visitors might like to escape the Blue Lagoon and dine at the cafe or buy a drink at the bar.