The Marina Hotel — 3 Star Hotel in Sliema Malta

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The Mar­ina Hotel — 3 Star Hotel in Sliema Malta
The Hotel
The long estab­lished Mar­ina Hotel Sliema has been recently refur­bished and now boasts 78 fully air-con­di­tioned rooms, a roof top res­taur­ant which enjoys breath-tak­ing views of Val­letta and Sliema Creek.

From across the road one has the pos­sib­il­ity of reach­ing Val­letta, Malta’s his­tor­ic­al cap­it­al, by bus or by boat. Bus ser­vices to oth­er parts of the Island are avail­able from the same ter­minus.

All the hotel rooms are fully air-con­di­tioned and have private facil­it­ies. Seav­iew rooms enjoy a full view of Marsamxetto har­bour and Val­letta from a spa­cious bal­cony.
Accom­mod­a­tion is avail­able in single, doubles and triple bed­rooms as well as con­nect­ing fam­ily suites. All rooms are equipped with a tele­vi­sion, a dir­ect dial phone and a hairdry­er. A fridge and a safe are also avail­able at a fee.
The Hotel’s Roof Top Res­taur­ant spe­cial­izes in Medi­ter­ranean cuisine with a blend of tra­di­tion­al Maltese dishes.
A Sun Ter­race on the 9th Floor of the hotel offers the tran­quil­ity, away from the bust­ling town, while enjoy­ing a breath tak­ing view of Val­letta and the Har­bour. The ter­race is fur­nished with sun beds and shades and for your com­plete relax­a­tion we have installed a Jac­uzzi / Spa.
The Loun­ge on the rooftop serves a mul­tipur­pose room: It is set as a read­ing / TV room but may eas­ily be con­ver­ted into a meet­ing room or a theatre to accom­mod­ate a max­im­um of 60 per­sons.
The Hotel offers free entrance to a nearby Lido just a few minutes away.
The Mar­ina Hotel Sliema, caters for the dis­cern­ing busi­ness­man, cul­tur­al groups and third age tour­ism. The hotel prom­ises an enjoy­able stay, enhanced by a friendly ser­vice and very good value for money.

The Mar­ina Hotel Malta is fant­ast­ic­ally loc­ated on the Tigne seafront Sliema, with­in walk­ing dis­tance of shops, on the pop­ular Strand Prom­en­ade, which is a per­fect ven­ue for leis­urely walks.

The Café Bot­tega: A Sliema cof­fee shop with a dif­fer­ence, where you can enjoy sip­ping a cof­fee on the ter­race while watch­ing the world go by or choos­ing a souven­ir for your loved ones.

Get­ting There: The Mar­ina Hotel is cent­rally loc­ated in the heart of Sliema.

Sliema (or Tas-Sliema) is a centre for shop­ping, res­taur­ants and café life. Sliema is also a major com­mer­cial and res­id­en­tial area. Sliema, which means peace, com­fort’, was once a quiet fish­ing vil­lage on the pen­in­su­la across Marsamxett Har­bour from Val­letta, but now Sliema and the coast­line up to neigh­bour­ing St. Julian’s con­sti­tutes Malta’s main coastal resort.

Lan­guages Spoken:

Facil­it­ies For Per­sons with a Dis­ab­il­ity:
Rooms access­ible to wheel­chair
Bath­room doors at least 32” wide

Cred­it Cards Accep­ted:
Amer­ic­an Express
All rooms have been dec­or­ated to a high stand­ard giv­ing a mod­ern, styl­ish and relax­ing envir­on­ment, ensur­ing your vis­it to Sliema is a pleas­ur­able one. All rooms are atten­ded to on a daily basis, ensur­ing our very high stand­ards are main­tained at all times.

Accom­mod­a­tion is avail­able in single, doubles and triple bed­rooms as well as con­nect­ing fam­ily suites. All rooms are equipped with a tele­vi­sion, a dir­ect dial phone and a hairdry­er. A fridge and a safe are also avail­able at a fee.

Chil­dren are always wel­come at the Mar­ina Hotel. In fact, we have triple and quad rooms avail­able which are ideal for those with young fam­il­ies. The Mar­ina Hotel is cent­rally loc­ated, near the sea and next to branded shops, also it is very easy to get to very inter­est­ing attrac­tions around Malta from near the hotel as trips around Malta and har­bour cruises depart from across the road of the hotel.

The Mar­ina Hotel is proud to have achieved very high occu­pancy levels through­out the year. Due to the warm wel­come as well as hotel room facil­it­ies, The Mar­ina Hotel has an extens­ive list of repeat guests who vis­it The Mar­ina Hotel reg­u­larly.

Food and Bever­ages
The hotel offers enriched buf­fet break­fast includ­ing fresh fruit and yogurt, cer­eals, cold cuts, a selec­tion of Maltese bread and juices. Tea, cof­fee, hot chocol­ate and cap­puccino are also avail­able at the buf­fet.

The hotel’s cof­fee shop offers an extens­ive snack menu and fea­tures daily spe­cial­ties

Din­ner is served in our roof top res­taur­ant enjoy­ing breath­tak­ing views of Marsamxetto har­bour. The buf­fet dis­plays a wide vari­ety of Medi­ter­ranean salads, mouth­wa­ter­ing pas­ta choices and a com­bin­a­tion of roasts, stews and grills as a choice for main courses. The menu changes on a 15 day rota­tion basis. Fresh fish is always avail­able depend­ing on the sea­son. Sweets are served from the trol­ley and we assure you that it will live up to your expect­a­tions.

Our cof­fee shop The Caf­fe Bot­tega’ is situ­ated on the pop­ular prom­en­ade of the strand and offers an extens­ive snack menu: a wide vari­ety of pastries, pies and loc­al spe­cial­ties and it is open daily from 9am until late.

The Mar­ina offers the 9th floor ter­race or the res­taur­ant itself as an ideal ven­ue for private func­tions, barbe­ques, gala din­ners and oth­er social activ­it­ies.
The Loc­a­tion
The Sliema prom­en­ade offers on one side stun­ning views across to Val­letta and on the oth­er, open sea views. The prom­en­ade, which runs for sev­er­al kilo­metres from Gżira just south of Sliema to St Juli­ans, is ideal for a relaxed early morn­ing or after­noon stroll or jog. There are plenty of seats along the prom­en­ade and on sum­mer even­ings the seafront becomes a soci­able meet­ing place for loc­als. The coast­line has two tower for­ti­fic­a­tions: a De Red­in watch tower built in the 17th cen­tury; the oth­er was built by the Brit­ish in neo-goth­ic style in the 1880s. And what’s even more inter­est­ing is that Sliema is only a few minutes’ drive from the Cap­it­al City, Val­letta, which has an even more remark­able his­tory!

Sliema is loc­ated fairly cent­rally on the East­ern side of Malta. It is a great place to shop, enjoy the café cul­ture and eat out. It is also the place to catch the ferry to Val­letta, buses to many places and also boat trips round the har­bours and round the island. It is with­in walk­ing dis­tance of St Juli­ans and Paceville where you find the best night­life of the island, more res­taur­ants and oth­er places of enter­tain­ment. You will find examples of some of the tra­di­tion­al Maltese town­houses and ter­raced houses if you take a stroll through the town. Many of these are unfor­tu­nately being redeveloped as apart­ments, but there are areas which are still unspoilt and worthy of a vis­it. Sliema is a per­fect place from which to explore St Juli­ans, the Mar­ina in Msida and to take a bus trip to Val­letta.
Leis­ure Activ­ites in Malta
Malta is full of unique his­tor­ic sight. Temples, palaces, cathed­rals, and forts provide a liv­ing his­tory you can almost touch. Sound plays an import­ant part in the life of the Islands. The mix of fire­works and vil­lage band marches trans­forms a sum­mer night into a spe­cial memory. The advant­age of a stay on the Maltese Islands is that you can exper­i­ence sev­er­al hol­i­days in one.