Our Location & Points Of Interest
Located right between Malta’s business and entertainment centres, the G Hotel by JL is just a stone’s throw away from the island’s major hotspots, guaranteeing easy access to all the places you intend to visit whether you’re travelling for business or pleasure.
Within walking distance of the hotel, you’ll find the island’s famous St. George’s sandy beach and the streets of Paceville, home to Malta’s best bars, cafes, restaurants, nightclubs, and shops. Likewise within close proximity sit a number of supermarkets, banks, postal services and St Julian’s main bus terminal. The Hotel is just 2.5km away from Sliema, Malta’s main coastal resort and business centre, with easy access to use the ferry from Sliema to Valletta, Malta’s capital city.
Thanks to its gorgeous sunset views, Spinola Bay is a fantastic option whether you want a Seaview dinner, a swim, or to go for a long walk along its promenade, which stretches from St. Julian’s all the way to Sliema, Gzira, Ta’xbiex, and Msida, offering a series of spectacular sights such as the iconic Spinola Palace, a neo-gothic parish church with a carved clock centerpiece on its facade; Manoel Island, a tiny fortified isolotto, and Valletta, the country’s walled capital, a UNESCO World Heritage site.
St Georges bay is one of the most attractive sandy beaches in Malta. Located in the heart of the entertainment mecca known as Paceville, it is the location where many tourists and students like to take a dip into our clean Maltese waters.
The beach is popular both during the day and up to early hours. When it is good weather youths, especially foreign students, like to laze on the sand enjoying the beautiful weather of our islands. They socialise with many other youths coming from different countries to study English. Like Spinola Bay, St. George’s Bay is also a great spot to begin a walk along Malta’s north-eastern promenade.
The Old Parish Church & The Millenium Chapel
The present parish church was designed by Maltese architect Arturo Zammit and its first stone was laid in 1961. It was used for the first time in 1968 when it was still not fully built. The church welcomed Pope John Paul II on his first visit to Malta on 27 May 1990. Closer to Paceville, the Millenium Chapel is a modern church designed by Maltese architect Richard England and inaugurated in 2000. It houses a meditation garden inaugurated in May 2018 as a refuge for contemplation and tranquillity right in the heart of the entertainment Zone of Pacevile Built on the initiative and run by Fr Hilary Tagliaferro this church is run by Augustinian monks through the Millenium Chapel Foundation.