Waterfront Hotel

The popular Waterfront Hotel sits right on the seafront in Sliema and offers guests unrivalled views of the harbour.

If you fancy a swim, the hotel has an indoor pool. Outside, there’s a sun terrace for making the most of the weather.

The hotel’s restaurant provides generous breakfasts and dinners place an emphasis on seasonal produce.

If you’re just after a drink, head to the lobby bar. With floor-to-ceiling windows, you can enjoy a coffee accompanied by waterfront views. Once a week, musicians and dancers come to perform.

Overview of Sliema

When you go on a holiday to Malta, you’ll discover an island that’s as old as time. The sights and monuments date back to antiquity, but modern Malta also offers shopping, dancing, sailing, cycling and golf.

The island’s also the perfect size for any explorer. It only takes an hour to drive from one end of Malta to the other. So, with a stay at the Waterfront Hotel, you can make the entire island your playground.

A small island with a large personality, from the second you arrive in Malta you’ll discover why it’s affectionately known as the beating heart of the Mediterranean.

Things to do in Malta

With a stay at the Waterfront Hotel, Sliema’s bustling harbour is right in front of you. Ferries to Valletta leave from a nearby dock, so it couldn’t be simpler if you fancy a day trip.

If you want to make the most of the views, then coast-hugging buses stop directly by the hotel. Charge your camera and be ready to fill your memory card.

If you’d rather relax and enjoy the sunshine, Sliema’s bathing area is two kilometres away. Sliema’s centre is even closer and you can walk there in under 10 minutes if you fancy checking out the shops and bars.

Plus, if you follow the hidden walkways around the hotel, you’ll reach St Julian’s nightspots, restaurants and bars within half an hour.

With wholesome cuisine, Hollywood-worthy views and ancient landmarks to uncover, a holiday to Malta really does offer something for everyone.


Resort Summary

Originally a cosy coastal town as Maltese as they come, cheap Sliema holidays are a great way to access a cosmopolitan city where high-rises and classical architecture are peppered across the map.

It’s a town where the true spirit of the Mediterranean comes alive, with cafes down narrow streets where you can sit and watch the world go by and ample shopping opportunities. Its restaurants offer meals from almost every culture you can think of, and the nightlife jumps from uptempo to downbeat, depending on your whims.

Malta sits around 80 kilometres south of the Italian isle of Sicily in the warm Mediterranean waters. Sliema itself happens to be nestled in the centre of an outcrop of land that gives it an enviable position on any map of Malta. It’s a short drive from the southern capital of Valletta and surrounded by beaches and coastal promenades where couples stroll by sunset and children play under sunny skies.