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Malta Hotels and Apartments
Cheap Malta Hotels and apartments
Malta Island is a traveller’s paradise, offering a plenty of reasons to visit, promising to keep everybody highly enthusiastic for weeks. From a variety of pristine beaches, stylish harbour towns and archaeological sites to discover, the list of things to see and do is never-ending. Make most out of your cheap hotel in Malta by swimming on in the sunshine on huge coastline and beaches, enjoying the bustling nightlife, discovering the age-old Maltase culture and heritage with a reinvigorated approach. With all year-round sun, never miss out the outdoor living while holidaying in Malta where you can do as the mood takes you. Hotels in Malta are mainly concentrated on the northern coast of the region, making it famous with tourists for laid-back countryside vibes. Activities like rock-climbing are available and lots of pampering in wellness and spa facilities to make your holidays a fulfilling beach experience.
A small, island country in the Mediterranean Sea, Malta has a rich history and home to world&rsquos;s most ancient standing buildings (the Neolithic temples). The island’s strategic location, prehistoric temples and fossil-studded cliffs attract millions of tourists every year. Malta&rsquos;s climate is typical of the Mediterranean and is strongly influenced by the sea. The Maltese Islands have a pleasantly sunny climate with dry summers, warm autumns, and short, cool winters with adequate rainfall. The Island is dominated by the Roman Catholic culture but a mix of other cultures can also be found which has evolved over the generations. There are many good and cheap hotels in Malta, which are available close to the things you’re planning to see and do.
Where to stay in Malta
There are a host of accommodation options available that can help you plan low cost holidays in Malta as well as many lavish ones and all you need to do is figure out what your preferences are. Knowing the resorts and the neighbourhoods well before you book your accommodation in Malta is highly recommended.
Bugibba, Qawra and St. Paul’s Bay is home to mix of low cost hotels some of which include Dolmen Resort Hotel, Sunseeker Holiday Complex, Il Palazzin Hotel, which caters to all ages, families and senior citizens. It’s a good choice if you’re looking for family friendly and cheap hotels in Malta. Sliema, which is another very popular resort is both laid-back and stylish. The Qawra Palace Hotel is similar to Sliema and is reasonably priced with good facilities and clean rooms, suitable for families with kids and couples of all ages. If you are planning to make a privately-rented and self-catering apartment your base to explore the island, Malta Apartments in St. Paul’s Bay is a good catch.
What to see in Malta
With an astonishing array of things to discover, Malta has been described as one big open-air museum where the past is still so much reminiscent today. Don’t just think that a trip to Malta is only for history buffs, it also has some wonderful nightlife, beaches and a fully-packed calendar of interesting cultural events.
Discover the footsteps of St. Paul or see where the Knights of St. John fought their most famous battles. Apart from touring the most mysterious historical sites, you can join in the buzzing nightlife as there are scores of clubs to entertain you. People here like to enjoy and celebrate it as much as possible and that’s the real adventure of Malta Holidays. The National Museum of Fine Arts, the 16th century masterpiece Grandmasters’ Palace, the Sacra Infermeria and Manoel Theatre are some of the important attractions that you can’t afford to miss.
If you&rsquos;re a sports enthusiast, there&rsquos;s enough on offer from rock climbing and caving to golf, tennis and go-karting, which are organized by the clubs for both seasoned enthusiast as well as the casual first-timer. And, if you’re looking a pleasant change of scene, there are two more Island nearby, Gozo and Comino -which you can explore during your Malta holidays. Wherever you go, the historic architecture, Mediterranean blues and the natural surroundings will offer a spectacular backdrop, making your Malta holidays an unforgettable experience.
The best places to party in Malta where cocktail lounges, clubs and rooftop bars with neon sign over the doors sets the party mood can be found in St. Julians, Bugibba, Mellieha and Marsaskala where most venues open until the early morning hours. Tourists can enjoy a wealth of cool, edgy and chic lounge entertainment with live music, dinner and dancing here.
Before you start clubbing in Malta&rsquos;s party capital, Paceville, you can simply hang out at any time of day or night, relax with a cocktail or dance the night away against a picturesque background. Even when you are on cheap holidays in Malta, there are innumerable choices on offer where you can party all night as entrance to many good bars/clubs are usually free. Shadow is a popular club that mostly appeals to a slightly older clientele (early twenties) and not for teenagers. The same building has a lounge space, a sushi restaurant and cocktail bar.
What to eat in Malta
Traditional Maltese food reflects the traces of many civilisations who occupied the Maltese Islands over the centuries. Malta has an eclectic mix of Mediterranean cooking and their cuisine is so full of flavour. Apart from the similarities in flavour from neighbouring countries, you’ll find a complete mix of speciality restaurants, offering local fare with their own versions.
Traditional Maltese food served is rustic and based on the seasons, including dishes like lampuki pie (fish pie), rabbit stew, bragioli (beef olives), kapunata, (Maltese version of ratatouille), and widow&rsquos;s soup, which includes a small round of Gbejniet (sheep or goat&rsquos;s cheese).
There’s a good selection of restaurants, offering relatively high standard of food quality and service. Most restaurants open for dinner at 6 or 7pm and some restaurants are very busier so make your reservation in advance. Some great restaurants for eating out for lunch and snacks are La Krepree, Dr. Juice, for dinner head to Zeus, a Greek restaurant, specializing in serving Greek dishes, meaning good meats and fish but also a select choice of vegetarian-friendly options are also available. La Stalla serves a good food at reasonable prices. Overall, it won’t be wrong to say that you’ll find great little restaurants in the most unassuming of places just like cheap hotels in Malta.
What you need to know
Malta is best known for its unspoilt beaches, the Valletta coastline, hilly side street in Valletta and Roman Catholicism, which has a foremost influence on Maltese culture. The Maltese people are warm and welcoming so the tourists will have a good time interacting with them.
While planning for your holidays, you’ll surely find some great deals for booking cheap flights and hotels in Malta, especially with Alpharooms. Apart from the host of 21st-century sophistication which can be found everywhere there are many hidden pockets in the island that makes you feel you’ve gone back in time. The Maltese Island is also a great choice for families planning for winter escapes and as well as summer vacations. Families can experience the sheer thrill of an action-packed activities apart from the pleasures of relaxation.
Fast Facts About Malta
- Currency: Euro (€)
- Nearest Airports:
- Flight time: 3 hrs
- Transfer time to each area: 3 hr 10 min (London)
- Capital city: Valletta
- Official Language: Maltese, English