Offering contemporary hotel accommodation at its finest in the heart of Sliema, the Park Hotel is just a step or two from the promenade. Amenities at the Park Hotel are bang up-to-date, but the service ethic is very traditional. You'll be well looked after here. No wonder then that it's such a popular destination for holidaymakers.
And so is Sliema. The fabulous coastal views, the smooth pebbly beaches, the walks and the friendliness of locals all help keep it top of the list for so many holidaymakers. And there is the sea itself – the Mediterranean is deep and blue, perfect for snorkelling – or quick dips.
With its grand pillars and keen sense of contemporary design, the Park Hotel is a popular hotel with British holidaymakers. The staff's attention to customer satisfaction and the wide ranging facilities all reinforce that sense of being somewhere rather special.
The high standard of design and decor is continued in the twin bed air-conditioned rooms, each with private bathrooms, TV, direct dial phone and mini-fridge.
During your stay you can enjoy amenities like the rooftop pool and the heated indoor swimming pool, sauna, Jacuzzi and restaurant. You can relax in the lounge bar (open on some nights) or internet café, settle back and enjoy the view from the terrace lounge, and even enjoy a massage, all on site. You can even enjoy the Park Hotel's programme of live entertainment or sports on the big screen.
In other words, you're right where you need to be. Right in the heart of Sliema, and perfectly placed for venturing out and about and exploring a little more of this fascinating island. The local bus service can take you to nearby Valetta, the cultural (and actual) capital of Malta.
The mix of superb modern facilities and traditional attention to service marks the Park Hotel out as an excellent choice for holidaymakers. In fact, like the neighbouring towns, it's a combination of modern (Sliema) and classic (Valetta) that works wonderfully well side by side.
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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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