Outdoor and Indoor Pools at Le Méridien St. Julian's Hotel & Spa
Excited, energised, uplifted, and inspired: discover the pools at Le Méridien St. Julians Hotel & Spa and unlock a corner of private indulgence.
Fuel relaxation, take care of your body and get comfortable in front of extraordinary water reflections. Explore our outdoor and indoor pools and indulge in an invigorated experience in the heart of Malta. Pools where relaxation is not just for the body, but for the spirit and the imagination. A sensorial journey awaits.
LA BAJJA ROOFTOP POOL
La Bajja Outdooor Pool is one of the highest pools in Malta, offering breathtaking panoramic views over the stunning Balluta Bay. Situated on a large sundeck on the hotel’s rooftop, La Bajja offers guests the perfect place for having a break from daily routine admiring unexpected views.
Have a long calm dip, relax on the sun beds or refresh in the Mediterranean breeze at The Bajja Restaurant, discovering innovative flavours and Mediterranean culinary traditions. La Bajja Pool features also a paddle pool for children, making your holiday a family one.
LOTUS INDOOR POOL
A new stimulating perspective on wellness and relaxation. Le Méridien St. Julian's Hotel & Spa features innovative venues for special sensorial experiences, offering guests an imaginative location on the Mediterranean coast.
The Lotus indoor swimming pool is located on the 2nd floor of the hotel, close to the Myoka Spa facilities. A real haven of peace, this heated pool evokes a fascinating oriental atmosphere with the four large pillars imported from Bali and charming light effects.
Dine by the Poolside at La Bajja
Unwind at MyoKa Spa
Dine by the poolside at our rooftop restaurant La Bajja, one of the highest rooftop restaurants in the area with inspiring views over the Mediterranean sea.
This is the perfect place for your al-fresco dining experience.
Discover our Myoka Spa, an exclusive private refuge of relaxation, wellness and harmony.
Step into an unrivaled sensorial experience, where Orient, Mediterranean and Nordic fragrances meet Maltese essences.