Located a 2-minute walk from St. George’s Bay Beach and 8km from St. John’s Co-Cathedral, the four star be.HOTEL invites tourists to bask in the sun and enjoy rich cultural heritage and sport attractions of Malta. Modern rooms are kitted out with en suite bathrooms, air conditioning, flat screen TVs and hairdryers. On-site amenities include an Italian restaurant, a spa and a gym, plus a seasonal rooftop pool with a bar.
Situated 3km from Mellieha beach and 1.5km from Cirkewwa Ferry Terminal, Labranda Riviera Resort & Spa offers an ideal base for exploring the local area. The rooms come complete with en suite bathrooms TVs minibars, safes and tea- and coffee-making facilities and hairdryers. The property features Thalasso Spa, 2 outdoor pools and fitness centre, as well as 3 restaurants and 4 bars.
Placed in Sliema city centre and close to the harbour with ferries for Valletta offers holidaymakers a starting point for exploring the city’s main attractions. The rooms feature en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs and tea- and coffee-making facilities. All rooms have balconies or terraces. On-site amenities include a TV lounge, a cafe, a restaurant and a bar.
Overlooking St. Paul’s Bay, Sunny Coast Resort & Spa awaits tourists just a stone’s throw from the beach. The hotel is also located 9km from Palazz ta’ Sant’Anton. The rooms are kitted out with en suite bathrooms, flat-screen TVs, kitchenettes and balconies. On-site facilities include a South African tavern, an Indian restaurant and an Italian restaurant with a terrace. Other amenities include a lobby bar and a lounge, plus an outdoor pool, an indoor pool, a gym and a spa.
Groupon’s Guide To Malta
Located in the south of Europe, surrounded by the Mediterranean Sea, the island of Malta beckons with a rocky shore, a multitude of bays, plenty of bars and restaurants, and a host of boutique shops. Winding streets and waterside cafes may be found in the Old Town of St Paul’s Bay, while in the south tourists may discover Mdina, a medieval walled town and UNESCO Heritage Site.
Visitors may enjoy the local scenery in the Il-Majjistral Nature and History Park, where a host of coastal vistas, diverse wildlife and educational exhibits can be enjoyed. The island’s history is revealed at St. Agatha’s Tower, whose red turrets have stood since the 17th century and are now open to the public. Holidaymakers may catch a few sun rays on a trip to the golden sands of Ghajn Tuffieha Bay, which maintains a peaceful atmosphere and features ruins of a watchtower and unusual rock formations. From May to October temperatures in Malta are at least 25°C during the day. At the height of summer, the highs rise up to 30°C on average, and when the African winds blow from the south it can become extremely warm (40°C) and humid. Winters in Malta are wet, with a minimum temperature of 15°C. Although precipitations come often in the form of short, heavy showers, there is still plenty of sunshine for sunbathing and water sports.