Hotels in Malta (all), Malta - your base to discover the city.
Malta HotelsThe small island of Malta is a sublime Mediterranean eden surrounded by calm, aquamarine waters, and boasts enormous stretches of fine, silky sands lined with swaying palm trees, where the honey-like sun provides year-round balmy temperatures. Valletta, Malta’s capital city, showcases a golden skyline of spearing church spires, stately Baroque colonnades and silver-cast domes. Malta is infused with centuries-old traditions and captivating customs, from the sizzling Sicilian influenced cuisine to its many intoxicating annual music festivals.Things to seeCulture-lovers will find no shortage of mesmerising architectural marvels to pour over in Malta. Valletta’s St. John’s Co-Cathedral, with its copper-coloured smooth-stoned facade and lavish, bronze-clad Baroque interior is sure to bewilder. After, take a trip along the narrow roads to the Rotunda of Mosta, a silver-speckled domed Roman Catholic Church, before indulging in a cool ice-coffee in one of the riverfront cafés. To make your cultural exploration of Malta complete, visit the National Museum of Fine Arts, which showcases extensive galleries of resplendent Maltese and European paintings, as well as other-worldly contemporary work. Malta’s vast and varied beaches offer something for sun-seekers and water sport enthusiasts alike. The small, palm-lined beach of Paradise Bay is family-friendly and uncrowded, whereas Golden Bay beach is an enormous stretch of white sand popular with both sunbathers and surfers.Hotels in MaltaMalta hotels range from comfort and affordability to lavish luxury. The popular beaches are lined with resorts, beginning with glitzy 3-star complexes and ending with sleek, 5-star spas, where enormous pools, palm tree gardens and indulgent in-room service await. Affordable apartment rentals are another popular accommodation choice, especially for families, as the large multiple rooms and convenient kitchenettes make for a spacious and laid-back stay. Urban adventurers travelling on a budget will find several youthful and homely hostels in the city centres, and a large campsite set in the honey-coloured Malta countryside.Where to stayValletta is the place to stay for those seeking a perfect blend of golden beaches, spellbinding culture and intoxicating nightlife, where the strum of guitars and the resounding reverberations of hornpipes fill the air. To the north-west of Valletta, Mosta is a small adjoining town, ideal for those seeking a quieter stay with easy access to the rolling rocky patchwork of Malta’s green and amber countryside. To get a taste of true Malta culture, stay in the northern town of Mellieha, a historic fishing village where the tantalising scent of fresh caught lemon-soaked fish wafts across the calm bay.How to get to MaltaGently descend through Malta’s crystal clear blue skies into Malta International Airport, which provides regular flights throughout Europe. Express and local shuttle busses will then carry you off to Malta’s towns and beaches. An even more magical way to arrive into Malta is by boat, from the nearby Sicilian port of Pozzallo, Italy, where a gentle 90-minute cruise across the turquoise ocean will find you in the heart of Valletta. Malta is served well by reliable and well-connected bus services, but the safe and friendly cab companies are also a surprisingly affordable way to get around.