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ESE adds Valley View and Astolat Apartments to it’s self-catering accommodation options
Valley View Superior Apartments
Astolat Superior Plus Apartments
Astolat Apartments are now part of our Superior Plus range of Apartments.
Astolat comprises of 9 brand new apartments including a large penthouse apartment. The apartments are also located in the quiet residential area of Swieqi.
All apartments are bright, modern and spacious, with large balconies and terraces along with fully equipped kitchens, living and dinning areas and air-conditioned shared bedrooms. They also have a washing machine, cable TV, DVD player and free WiFi in all the common and living areas of the apartments.
Each apartment has 3 shared bedrooms with shared or en-suite bathrooms (for a supplement).
About the Author
Marketing Executive at ESE
Samantha is British and has taught English as a foreign language in several different countries including Thailand and Finland. She has been with ESE since March 2016 and is now working as part of the Marketing team as a Marketing Executive. Samantha enjoys being creative, painting and writing when time allows. She also enjoys spending time with her 4 year old son and her new baby daughter, soaking up the Maltese sun.
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