St Georges Bay Bars and Clubs
The Best Clubs and Best Bars in St Georges Bay
Anyone staying in St Georges Bay
is lucky enough to be just a short distance away from some of the most lively bars and clubs on the island. If you’re the kind of person who wants to have as much fun as possible on a night out, you’ve chosen a great spot to stay in.
The top rated St Georges Bay bar in the area is the Footlosse Fun Bar on St. George's Road. It’s roughly a 10 minute walk from both the Corinthia Hotel
and the Radisson Blu Resort
. Open every day (or rather night) from 8pm to 4am, the club has different themed nights almost every night of the week and is usually very popular with young locals.
Of course all good nights in Malta start out with a good place to watch the sunset, and at the Westin Dragonara Resort Hotel
just across the water from the Corinthia Hotel is where you’ll find one of the hippest spots to be on a Friday night. The Bedouin Lounge is heralded as the “ideal outdoor chill out venue” to fully relax during the summer, have a cocktail or two and enjoy the twilight hour.
It’s never too hard to find a good view no matter where you’re having a drink, but if you want to get a real panorama of the area, we suggest you take a trip to Twenty Two. Located on the 22nd floor of Portomaso Business Tower (Malta’s tallest building) you can sit in the exclusive lounge and soak up the nightlife of Malta
from up high. If you go on a weeknight, you’ll be in a completely laid back atmosphere where your only worry will be deciding on what cocktail to sample.
After that, if you’re still up for keeping the night sophisticated, you might want to visit Tiffany. This champagne and wine bar has antique leather chairs, Persian rugs on the floor and a selection of over 300 wines from around the world. A cigar menu also adds to the affair, especially if the idea of a cigar and whisky out on the terrace is your idea of luxury.
Learn more about what a night out in St Georges is like for a local by looking at our guide to nightlife on the island, and you can find out more about Maltese drinking culture