We stayed for 3 nights at Cesca. While Gozo was quite beautiful, the hotel and restaurant were a disappointment. Our main issue was regarding the fact this is listed as a boutique hotel, but does not put it’s guests as the priority. For all 3 nights during our stay there were private events being held in the restaurant. These led to noisy evenings—especially during our last night when we could hear loud music beyond midnight. This was not what we expected when booking a charming room for a relaxing, recharging vacation during the off-season. The room had some nice touches—especially the bathtub—but the fireplace (which was listed as an amenity) was not functioning and all electrical outlets are for UK connections. Both of these should be mentioned in the listing so that guests are prepared. The room also had a less than ideal smell of cheap air fresheners. We would recommend that the hotel use local Gozitan products to make for a better experience for guests. Lastly, parking is quite dangerous as the hotel is located along a high-speed road with only a shoulder to park on. It would be in Cesca’s best interest to figure out a safe solution—even if it means that guests need to walk a bit. All in all, we felt that this hotel was vastly overpriced and did not exhibit the experience one seeks when staying at a boutique hotel.