Well done!!! We have been looking for availability for late November/December and like you have drawn a blank. Just today my curiosity made me decided to phone Chevron and they said that it was probably because the prices and allocations had not been sorted out yet and that I needed to try later on the net to check availability. However, I don't believe a word of what they said and like you I reckon that there might be something we're not being told. I have considered contacting the hotel direct to ask them.
Could this be the end of The Coastline as we know it???
I did wonder if perhaps they are closing for refurbishment. We like a number of others whilst having no problems with the hotel in general did feel that the rooms were looking a little tired. A couple of hotels that we have stayed in in Majorca have found that the most efficient way to spruce up the place is to close for a few weeks. However, this seems to be more than a few weeks.
Watch this space!
We thought that a refurb. might be a possibility, but why not let folks know, so that they can look elsewhere to stay?? If it is a refurb. We just wonder whether it will reopen as an upmarket 5 star, or as has been shown with the Golden Sands, many rooms sold off for timeshare? Also remember that the Golden Sands was completely demolished and rebuilt so could this be what is happening?
We are very interested in any info. about the real reason why there seems to be no availability from later this year so if you glean anything please let us know - and I will do likewise,
from their website
24/04/2007 - Coastline Hotel launches new Pool Area for this summer season
In line with the Island Hotels Group corporate philosophy the Coastline Hotel has undergone extensive refurbishment in the past few months. New carpets were fitted in all floors and public areas, which give the surroundings an overwhelmingly relaxed feel.
Guests can also relax in maximum comfort and tranquility around the recently refurbished pool area.
"Through improved comfort and facilities we hope to deliver a better product to our guests .We look forward to a very busy summer." said Malcolm Buhagiar, General Manager of the Coastline Hotel.
I found availability in January on both the island hotels website and expedia but none on Thomson or Travel Republic. Both of those sites had availability when we booked about 3 weeks ago.
Thanks for your concern and efforts with this one. We were at the Coastline both in December and early last month. Some of the areas have indeed been refurbed but when it comes to the 'grand picture' for the future of their business, who knows what they are planning.
It seems from your attempts to book availibility they may be shut for three months. Just curious as to the reason why,
I think this answers our question pippa,
If Coastline not available then any suggestions where we might go??
We actually have our flights booked and to cancel would mean losing the money. Also Saga have always come out more expensive.
I have contacted Travel Republic to see what they say.
So it looks like finding somewhere else now. Mind you we're probably ready for a change, because we've used the Coastline such a lot in recent years that staying there was becoming synonymous with going to Malta!
Could you possibly pm me with your reply from the Coastline as I still have not heard anything.
I still doubt if our 16 year old son would be welcome at the Hotel once Saga have taken over. Besides that I doubt if he would feel comfortable surrounded by what to him would be old people. I don't think we'd like to holiday with Saga anyway even if we didn't have our son with us!
We have decided that the Coastline is a no no for us in the future and we will be looking for somewhere else to stay! Suggestions welcome,
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