Hotels in Malta
one of the Mediterranean's most visited tourist destinations, Malta
has hundreds of hotels to accommodate its millions of travelers
yearly. Hotels in Malta are mostly catered for package tourists.
Especially in the peak summer months, most hotels are block booked
by travel agencies offering package tours. Still, there are a number
of hotels catering to individual travelers, but most are almost
always packed up during peak seasons.
The cost of hotels in Malta varies greatly depending on the season
and location. If you visit the islands within the quiet, slow months
from November to March (excluding Christmas and New Year), hotel
rates are often offered at substantial discount, although some
hotels in the not so popular areas of the island close during the
cold winter months. Peak seasons are in the summer months of June,
July, August and September. In these months, hotels in Malta charge
rates that are as much as ten times more than that of the off-peak.
Expectedly, hotels strategic to the most popular tourist areas are
more costly than those located further away from the center.
Most hotels in Malta are found in the northern part of the island,
around Valletta, its capital city and in St. Julian's. When choosing
a hotel, it is important to consider which destinations in the
island you would like to visit. Even if Malta is a relatively small
place, getting around distances beyond walking distance is still not
that easy. Of course, hiring a car or riding taxis can be an option,
but this will cost you quite a sum. Thus, choosing a hotel must not
be taken for granted. Booking a package tour which includes hotels,
area tours and transfers, although a lot more pricey, may give you
the convenience of a stress- and concern-free trip.
Whether you choose to book a package tour or go on a DIY adventure,
hotels in Malta will provide you with all the amenities you need for
a very pleasant holiday spree.
All hotels in Malta are regulated closely by the Malta Tourism
Authority. They are graded from the basic 2 star tier to the luxury
5 star hotels. Almost all of the higher four and five star hotels
offer its travelers a holiday where they practically don't need to
leave the hotel premises to enjoy an amazing Maltese holiday.
Amenities offered by these hotels include fully-equipped bars,
swimming pools and spa, restaurants, sports activities, gym, among
Aside from hotels, tourists can choose from alternative
accommodation options which include villas, apartments, and
converted farmhouses in Gozo.
If you choose to find your own hotel booking, you can check the
Internet for a list of hotels in Malta nearest to the places you'd
like to see. There are various discount hotel booking sites which
might give you better value for your money. Remember though that
will hotels, your hotel experience is commensurate to the amount you
pay for your stay. Better yet, ask your travel agent for hotel
options before booking your tour.
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