Choose the Bayview Hotel and you'll enjoy the very best that Sliema has to offer. Set on the bustling promenade, it's the point where old and new Malta meet. Steeped in the history of the area, the Bayview Hotel overlooks the Sliema fortifications and the vibrant Marsamxetto harbour. It also looks out over the capital, Valetta, with its palace and palazzo (dating back to the sixteenth century).
But if it's the best of contemporary Malta that you want, you'll find it here too. The promenade is the hub. Here there are shops, cafés, bars and restaurants, and easy access to the glittering Mediterranean, and a whole host of watersports activities.
To really enjoy your holiday to the full, you need the right location, great facilities and real comfort too; fortunately the Bayview Hotel comes up trumps in all respects.
You may be tempted by a stunning seaview room; they're available for a small supplement. Don't worry if you don't get one – each room has its own balcony –many with wonderful views of their own –and they're the perfect place to sit back in the early morning sun, or enjoy a pre-dinner drink.
The twin rooms feature air conditioning as well as direct dial telephone, satellite television, and optional safe deposit box. For your added convenience, the Bayview Hotel has a round-the-clock reception service too.
And that's just the start. As well as there being plenty to do outside the hotel, there's plenty to do inside: there is a fitness room and sauna, outdoor pool and massage available at a fee. There's even a 24 hour internet café.
Sliema mixes the best of historic Malta with everything you expect from a smart, contemporary Maltese resort. And the Bayview Hotel, with its host of facilities and its reputation for comfortable living is the smart, contemporary choice.
* At a fee
# Summer only and weather permitting
^ For guests on Half Board
Once a suburb of Valletta, Sliema has developed into a bustling and fashionable resort with many hotels and restaurants, smart shops and places of entertainment. The waterfront along Sliema Creek is known as The Strand and is a popular area with tourists. Tower Road, which bisects the Sliema promontory from The Strand to the open sea, offers excellent shopping and then leads on to St Julian's Point. The resort offers good swimming opportunities along the flat rocky coast on the open sea side of Sliema.
|Room OnlyNo Meals or catering facilities will be included within your chosen Room Only package|
|Bed and BreakfastYour accommodation and breakfast will be included in your chosen Bed and Breakfast package.|
|Half BoardYour Half Board package will include accommodation, breakfast and an evening meal. Any snacks or drinks wanted outside of these meal times will be at an extra cost.|
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