Set in a quiet position overlooking Salina Bay, the hotel has great views of the Mediterranean Sea. A frequent bus service runs from outside the hotel, as well as a regular courtesy bus to Bugibba, eight minutes away.
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You’ll find this locally rated 4-star, all-inclusive hotel is the ideal peaceful retreat, set away from the hustle and bustle of the busier resorts. But, that doesn't mean you'll miss out on discovering the island’s many attractions! Our new included excursions will take you to the capital, Valletta, and around traditional villages and gardens.
Plus, on holidays of 14 nights or longer, you'll visit the ancient temples of Hagar Qim and the famous Blue Grotto, and a lively Sunday market and the Aviation Museum.
The UNESCO World Heritage City of Valletta and the coastal resort of Sliema are both within easy reach of this hotel.
The hotel is set on a slope, and although there are no cafes or bars in the immediate vicinity, the hotel is served by a frequent bus service that runs from outside the hotel, as well as a regular courtesy bus to Bugibba, eight minutes away, and to Sliema and Valletta.
For those who enjoy exploring independently the hotel's complimentary shuttle bus runs regularly to various points around the island, including the capital and the chic resort of Sliema. Because of the compact size and great transport links of the island it's easy to get around, and most of the friendly and welcoming Maltese people speak English!
Set in the heart of the Mediterranean, Malta makes the perfect destination for a relaxing holiday. At Saga’s Coastline Hotel you are in the ideal place to explore this fascinating island, from the capital, Valletta, to the medieval city of Mdina and the prehistoric remains in Gozo.
It is not just the climate that attracts visitors to the shores of this magical island though – history abounds here and there are plenty of interesting sites to take in, as well as a warm and welcoming atmosphere that immediately makes British holidaymakers feel at home.
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