Actually I've been slightly misspelling the name of the village. It is Mellieha. It is located on a high point of land above Mellieha Bay in the far north of the island. In fact, from my room I can see a road sign that says "Gozo Ferry - 4 KM". That's how close we are to the north end of the island.
There are three, at least, large resort hotels surrounding the beach at the head of Mellieha Bay. The Seabank Hotel is the only one of the three that is all-inclusive. They are all four-star rated. I don't know why it is so but the Seabank, in spite of being all-inclusive, is also the cheapest of the three. The main highway leading to the Gozo Ferry runs between the hotel and the rather large sandy beach, but there is a stoplight controlled crosswalk right at the hotel.
The Seabank Hotel has nearly 500 rooms, six restaurants, an entertainment area, a kids play area with supervision, a spa, indoor and outdoor swimming pools, and tour booking representatives permanently established in the lobby. The staff members are all young people from a variety of European countries. They are universally polite, courteous, and helpful. There are few opportunities for tipping since the bill for all services is presented and paid only at the time of departure.
Tonight will be only our sixth night at the Seabank, and we have 21 more to go. But unless something untoward happens during the remaining three weeks, I will have nothing but a glowing review.