Informal atmosphere; family friendly; quality food and wine; new Cafe Jardin bistro. Some cabins need refurb; some balconies in shade; entertainment variable. Medium sized ship with contemporary atmosphere appealing to all ages.
I'm suprised you aren't going in Sept for gay pride, we've being in Malta a few times when it's on, gone to a couple the opening and closing parties with a friend who is gay, there excellent. There aren't any gay bars or clubs as such really on malta, but you won't get turned away from any either, the Maltese are very friendly and open minded, you could be painted bright orange with rainbow hair, but as long as your well behaved, polite they wouldn't give you a second thought, I presume the party your going to is either in the open air club venue or the national stadium near the Taquli craft Village, there's paceville in St Julians which is a clubbing area also about a 20 minute bus ride, if your staying in Valletta there's night buses back to Valletta from St Julians also, or a taxi won't cost more than 20 euros one way, Valletta waterfront can be quite vibrant on an evening as can strait Street also no clubs as such, but bars open late, also bugibba and Qawra has lots of bars no clubs but there open in season very late most have entertainment like singers, bands, disco, karaoke etc. Silema has bars that open untill the wee hours the best two are the Black gold saloon or the tex mex which gets quite lively and open till very very late or early morning ie 6am I've seen them throwing people out,when we've stayed in silema and I use to do a morning run, before the kids and other half hit up.
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With a funny and interesting history read it yourself this bar has a very rare location and the staff is very present too. It is definitely worth having a nightcap here - and finding a gay friendly bar in Valletta isn't exactly easy either Super super happy with everything in this place!
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Went there with friends. The place is done up nicely and the food is good with a varied selection. The only thing that bothered me was that the music was a bit too loud for that kind of place.
The ship's ambience is contemporary and elegantly casual with plenty of options. Service on a vessel known for intuitive crew was surprisingly inconsistent. The ship is ultra-comfortable, social and small enough to nip into offbeat ports. When the contemporary-styled Seabourn Odyssey debuted back init was hailed as a revoluti