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Located on the north-east coast of Malta, Sliema is one of the island's most popular destinations for holidaymakers. The town has a history going back to the 16th century, but it is arguably Malta's most modern resort with heavy investments being made into its residential and commercial buildings in recent decades. Those looking for Sliema hotels will no doubt be pleased with the options available at Our site has listings from the leading hoteliers in the resort at deals which cannot be rivalled. Whether you are looking for a luxury hotel with lush gardens and sea views, or a place that offers entertainment for all the family, we have hotels to suit. You can also check out our genuine reviews from past visitors and browse through hundreds of photographs before making an informed choice.

What's Sliema Like?

Once a fishing village, Sliema is now a vibrant place with many bars and restaurants. While modern buildings have strung up recently, there is still a great deal of history around almost every corner and landmarks such as the Stella Maris Church and the 18th century Forte Tigne simply must be seen. That said, the town's main attraction is its climate. Malta's position in the Med ensures that its winters are very mild and its summers are filled with almost end to end sunshine. Sliema has an excellent seafront area where visitors can catch some rays or swim in crystal clear waters. The town also has lido at Medasia Playa for those who want to enjoy a dip in a public swimming pool. Most Sliema hotels offer entertainment in the evenings, but those who prefer clubbing can take the short trip up to St Julians were there are many late bars and nightclubs.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Sliema

Malta is a very religious place and the locals take their Catholic values very seriously. This means that certain behaviours from tourists are frowned up, including disorder in public and obvious drunkenness. While sunbathing is part of what makes the island great, the locals are not keen on seeing females going topless so it is always best to pack your favourite bikini or swimsuit. The island's people speak English and are very welcoming to visitors. Most will be more than happy to give you directions if you get lost and many will even give you pointers on how to make the most of your time in the country. If you need any help planning your visit to Sliema, speak to's friendly advisers. Our team speak 11 languages and can give you all the information needed for an enjoyable trip.