Drink in the beauty! 5 hotels with amazing views across the Maltese islands
Fancy waking up to this every morning?

Kristina Cassar Dowling

A hotel without a view is a pretty sad thing in life. And the ample sights of the Maltese islands never fail. Rain or shine the sea enthralls, and the natural beauty of Malta is something everyone should enjoy while on the archipelago. Here are five hotels where you can savour the sites of the Mediterranean.

Salini Resort, Bahar ic-Caghaq

A drive along the coast road is always invigorating: its summer vibe makes you long for a beach day while its winter tones imbue a certain thrill which only locals can fully understand. What about waking up at Salini Resort to that inviting blue and never-ending horizon of Mediterranean wonder? You won't forget that in a hurry!

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Radisson Blu, Golden Sands, Mgarr

Further up the road, through the winding streets of Mgarr, the natural beauty of Malta's countryside and seaside marry at the Radisson Blu, Golden Sands. Picture yourself stirring from a deep sleep, giving your arms one good stretch before you open the bedroom curtains to see picture-perfect sand, sea, cliffs and a gleaming sun peeking through your window.

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St Patrick’s Hotel, Xlendi

This place boasts one of the most incredible views in Gozo, although there are hundreds. The Xlendi based St Patrick’s promises outstanding sights, day in, day out. The valley, cupping the sea, boasts a village full of entertainment, while the clear blue waters and green landscape can be enjoyed in one simple glance.

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Comino Hotel, Comino

Enjoy the stunning scenery of Comino right from the island itself at the Comino Hotel. This retro hotel is all about its surroundings - a walk along the coast of the island will show you a different side to the islands. And, there is always the chance of a dip at the Blue Lagoon! Now, where is our swimsuit!

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Bayview Hotel, Sliema

A bustling centre where the shops and restaurants are the general highlight, Sliema is a firm favourite. And, Bayview Hotel allows its guests to fully enjoy the view of Manoel Island with a slight glimpse of the capital in the distance.

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Take your pick! These spots are worth the extra dosh!

27th January 2019

Kristina Cassar Dowling
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Kristina Cassar Dowling
A local writer in love with the Maltese islands, Kristina is a hunter for all things cultural both in Malta and outside its shores. A curious foodie, music fanatic, art lover and keen traveller with an open mind and a passion for writing.