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Pure bliss! The best boutique hotels in Gozo for a weekend getaway
Experience Gozo's charm with a touch of style

Melanie Drury

When you love to immerse yourself in local character but enjoy a bit of luxury at the end of the day; when you want to enjoy all the pampering services a hotel can offer but relish the personalised attention; when characteristic beauty matters more than the name of a brand; when you want it all and want it to be special, boutique is the way to go. And Gozo knows how to do that oh so well.

The Duke Boutique Hotel

Republic Street, Victoria

Chill out in a Jacuzzi hot tub on your private terrace, prosecco in hand, while gazing at the magnificent views of the Citadel or Villa Rundle Gardens while staying here. Located on Republic Street in Victoria, the capital in the heart of the island, and one minute from the main bus terminal, The Duke Boutique Hotel offers easy access to all Gozo's villages and bays.

Il-Logga Boutique Hotel

Church Street, Xaghra

Enjoy Mediterranean splendour as you chill by the rooftop pool overlooking a rural Gozitan landscape. You'll be treated like a family guest at the 400-year-old Gozitan residence tucked away in the charming village of Xaghra. Perhaps they'll also tell you a few of the folklore stories about Il-Logga Boutique Hotel over traditional local food at the charming restaurant. 

Quaint Boutique Hotel 

13 December Street, Nadur

Experience unique Gozitan village life and contrast that with the designer interiors of the Quaint Hotels that lie beyond their traditional facades. Quaint Boutique Hotel Nadur, the first of the chain, is located right next to the church in charming Nadur. Quaint Boutique Hotel Xewkija and Quaint Boutique Hotel Sannat are also located in the main square of their respective villages. And, we can't wait to see the Quaint Boutique Hotel Rabat coming soon in the capital. 

Cesca Boutique Hotel

Xlendi Road, Munxar

Relish the picturesque scenery of Xlendi Valley from the balcony of one of the individualised rooms of Cesca Boutique Hotel. Here, dramatic rocky terrain winds its way to the sea, in an example of authentic Mediterranean charm and comfortable luxury. Enjoy traditional hospitality in style at one of the island's favourite spots.

ViewPoint Boutique Living

Xlendi Road , Xlendi

Immerse yourself in Gozo's characteristic rural countryside while enjoying pure luxury and relaxation. ViewPoint Boutique Living is perched high on a cliff-edge offering the fantastic views that give it its well-deserved name. You'll be welcomed to the family-run hotel by George, son of the late Karmena of the previously Il-Kenur Restaurant, and his wife Doreen. 

BONUS: A boutique townhouse, guesthouse and B&B

It's not all about hotels. 'Boutique' has taken Gozo by storm and you can find variations of the intimate luxury concept extended to a townhouse, as in Townhouse Gharb, a guesthouse such as Casa Gemelli Boutique Guesthouse and a B&B such as Murella Living B&B. Each of these properties offer you a unique blend of personalised hospitality, traditional features and unashamed luxury that comes with the 'boutique' classification. Indeed, boutique accommodation in Gozo has never been so alluring. 

19th July 2019


Melanie Drury
Written by
Melanie Drury
Melanie was born and raised in Malta and has spent a large chunk of her life travelling solo around the world. Back on the island with a new outlook, she realised just how much wealth her little island home possesses.

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