The Palace

The Palace is a stylish and unique city centre 5 star luxury hotel in Malta. It is intimate and comfortable, yet luxurious and cosmopolitan. The Palace is European elegance in the heart of the urban city of Sliema making it the perfect location for whichever Malta events you are planning. From its rooftop, The Palace enjoys scenic views of the Mediterranean Harbour and Malta’s Capital city Valletta.

High Street Sliema SLM 1542 Malta.
5
Airport Pick-Up Service
Malta International Airport
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The Palace Hotel Malta reviews

The Palace Hotel Malta
The Palace Hotel Malta
4.4 out of 5 stars
10 reviews
High Street
Sliema SLM 1542, Malta
2133 3444
The Palace Hotel Malta
K Emm
5 out of 5 stars
We had the texture suite and it was very nice with a great breakfast downstairs from 730 I believe until 1030. The cooling element of the room seemed broken....
The Palace Hotel Malta
Jamie Brown
4 out of 5 stars
A nice clean hotel with several places to eat. Not sure it quite reaches 5 star level. Random light switches in the rooms that don't seem to do anything. The...
The Palace Hotel Malta
Michalene Mazur
5 out of 5 stars
Just arrived but have been at this hotel before and it never disappoints. Lovely large bedroom sea view - friendly helpful staff. Love it here.
The Palace Hotel Malta
Snehal Richter
4 out of 5 stars
Awesome infinity pool. Extremely large beds. huge fully equipped gym. Helpful and friendly staff. Good hearty breakfast buffet
The Palace Hotel Malta
Leeroy Van der westhuizen
4 out of 5 stars
We stayed here for a week and it is in a great location. The pool areas are beautiful and not too crowded. The views from the roof top are exceptional. The...

What to see in Malta

Towns and Villages

A couple of walled towns and baroque cities, sleepy villages and bustling angling ports. Then you can find modern, urban coping with caf?s, nightlife, night clubs and restaurants.
You will discover places where to reside it up among others where it looks like time stood still. In Malta you can take it easy at its simplest 1 day with its most cosmopolitan another. However brief your stay, it is possible to have a style of island life in a number of configurations – from traditional villages to metropolitan resorts.

Malta’s capital, the planet History City of Valletta, and the middle ages fortified cities of Mdina and Cittadella in Gozo, will be the Islands’ historical shows. Tas-Sliema, Bugibba, Qawra and St. Julian’s in Malta and Marsalforn and Xlendi in Gozo are the key resorts. They bustle with activity, and not merely in summer.

Valletta is a treasurehouse of fine art and structures. This city of the Knights remains almost intact, its roadways flanked by palaces and little, old-world outlets. Across Grand Harbour lay the Three Towns of Senglea, Cospicua and Vittoriosa. More than Valletta, they give a fascinating insight in to the islands’ maritime fortunes.

The southern sportfishing town of Marsaxlokk and neighbouring holiday resort town of Marsascala are also worthwhile a visit.

With little work, only a wish to explore, you will discover inland cities and villages with personality and treasures of their own. Churches expose masterpieces by the painters to the Knights whilst every community square is a cut of record, its caf?-pub the hub of traditional rural life.

Valletta

Valletta, The Fortress City, Citta’ Umilissima, “a city built by gentlemen for gentlemen” is Malta’s capital city: a full time income, working city, the administrative and commercial center of the hawaiian islands. Valletta is known as after its creator, the respectable Grand Get good at of the Order of St. John, Jean Parisot de la Valette. The superb fortress city grew on the arid rock and roll of Support Sceberras peninsula, which increases steeply from two profound harbours, Marsamxett and Grand Harbour. Were only available in 1566, Valletta was completed, using its impressive bastions, forts and cathedral, in the astonishingly small amount of time of 15 years, even more exceptional is since mechanical tools didn’t exist at that time and the complete city was built totally by hand.

Valletta has many headings, all recalling its abundant historical past. It’s the “modern” city built by the Knights of St John; a masterpiece of the Baroque; a Western Artwork City and a global History City. Today, it is one of the very most concentrated historical areas on earth.

The town is occupied by day, yet keeps a classic atmosphere by evening, that gives the sensation that you will be walking back in its history. The grid of slim streets boasts a few of Europe’s finest artworks, churches and palaces.

Valletta is abundantly abundant with sites to see and explore, interesting historical properties around every area: votive statues, niche categories, fountains and jackets of biceps and triceps high through to parapets. Narrow aspect streets are packed with tiny quaint outlets and caf?s, while Valletta’s main roads are lined with greater international branded outlets for fashion, music, jewellery plus much more.

The ultimate way to bypass and start to see the most, from your visit to Valletta, is by walking and although the items to do & see a wide range of, an excellent start and not at all to be skipped are Valletta’s beautiful backyards. The Upper Barrakka Gardens, Hastings Gardens & the Lower Barrakka Gardens are just three of the very most popular ones, however on further exploration a lot more hidden landscapes can be learned. From the Top Barrakka Gardens additionally it is possible to start to see the Saluting Power supply as well as take the lift up down the bastions to sea level.

St John’s co-Cathedral & museum are never to be overlooked, this elaborately adorned chapel houses world famous creative masterpieces by Caravaggio and Mattia Preti. Aside from beautiful Baroque churches other areas of interest are the various grandmaster auberges, piazzas & museums.

Family Fun

The Maltese Islands are excellent for individuals. Malta, Gozo and Comino give you a wonderful setting up for any occasion where parents and children can reveal the joys of finding, experience the excitement of your action-packed vacation or maybe savour the easy pleasures of rest. All in a safe and peaceful environment that few other places can rival.

Summertime in Malta is associated with outdoor living. There is absolutely no shortage of beach locations to choose from: some fully-developed resorts offering all the essential facilities, others more remote, quieter and much more pristine. And, if heading to the seaside feels like an excessive amount of a challenge, the other can always choose to spend your day by the hotel pool. In any event, one should remember to put up a lot of sun-cream, especially on the tiny ones.

But Malta is a lot more than just sunlight and sea. With a abundant history dating back again a large number of years, the hawaiian islands offer countless opportunities for sightseeing and exploration. Prehistoric temples, roman ruins, middle ages castles and walled metropolitan areas, formidable forts, wonderful churches and wayside chapels… they are only a several historical sights that family members can visit for this unique travel-back-in-time experience. A few of these locations are locations for colourful ancient re-enactments, pageants including a large number of animators outfitted as troops, noblemen and girls, knights in glowing armour, with the swords and lances, muskets and canons. Never to be missed.

Over summer and winter, Malta is alive with occurrences, many of that happen to be ideal for the complete family to take pleasure from: concerts and open-air music situations, arts and crafts, sports activities and activity, exhibitions and shows, feasts and carnivals, therefore a lot more. Then there are museums and destinations to go to, theme parks and movie packages, open-top head to buses, traveler trains, and harbour cruises, horse-riding, backpacking and mountain-bike paths, and 100 other fun what to see and do, mutually.

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