One of Sliema's foremost attractions is its elegant promenade, so it should come as no surprise that the Diplomat Hotel, set on the promenade, and overlooking the sea, is one of Sliema's foremost hotels.
Sliema's many shops, bars and restaurants are all close at hand and there's a real feeling of being at the heart of things when you're staying at the Diplomat Hotel. The Sliema casino is a stroll away, as is the IMAX cinema and Super Bowl. Truly, this is the place to be for a best of both worlds holiday – exciting entertainment and exhilarating views – you can have them both.
You might be forgiven for thinking that the Diplomat Hotel trades purely on its enviable location; not a bit of it. It's just as well regarded for its amenities and for its four star standards. This isn't just a place to stay, but a welcoming and comfortable home for however long you're lucky enough to stay.
The air-conditioned twin rooms are all tastefully furnished and arranged and all come with a small side sea view balcony. Each has an en suite bathroom and, wonderfully, an orthopaedic mattress. So you can see, your comfort is very high on the list of priorities!
You can pay a supplement for a sea view room with a French style balcony – it really is worth it. But even if you don't, each and every room will feel like home. Your amenities include satellite TV, direct dial phone mini bar and drinks making facilities. And don't forget, the excellent hotel staff are on hand to ensure you're well looked after.
Even with all of the attractions and entertainments of Sliema to enjoy, the Diplomat Hotel gives you more. You'll love the rooftop pool and the hotel bathing area – a magnet for sun-seekers and swimmers, and you'll even have free access to a nearby seafront lido with watersports and scuba diving on offer.
Getting to know Sliema can become a bit of a passion. With so much to see and do, and such a wonderful hotel to see and do it all from, you'll be perfectly set up to make the most of your Maltese holiday.
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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.
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