Malta – A Beautiful, Crazy and Vibrant island



The island-state of Malta is located in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Sicily (Italy); it consists of three islands: Malta, Gozo, and Comino, of which Malta is the largest island. In its history, the Maltese archipelago was always strategically significant for the domination of the Mediterranean.


As a result, Maltese society has been moulded by centuries of foreign rule by various powers, including the Phoenicians, Romans, Greeks, Arabs, Normans, Sicilians, Swabians, Aragonese, Hospitallers, French, and British.


The Maltese are renowned for their warmth, hospitality, and generosity to strangers.


The climate of Malta is typically Mediterranean, with hot, dry summers, warm and sporadically wet autumns, and short, cool winters with adequate rainfall.

Maltese and English are the official languages of Malta as well as official languages of the EU

Malta features a number of tourism attractions encompassing elements of the island's rich history and culture, as well as aquatic activities associated with the Mediterranean Sea.

Malta has a long and rich history, and this is reflected in the island's cultural attractions. The Phoenicians, The Carthaginians, The Romans and the Byzantines have all occupied Malta at some point in history, leaving a mix of many different architectural styles and artefacts to explore.

There are also a number of aquatic activities to enjoy on Malta as well as Gozo  and Comino. Northern Malta is home to the country's beach resorts and holiday areas, with the beaches most popular with holiday-makers being Mellieha Bay, Ghajn Tuffieha and Golden Bay. These beaches are large enough to be able to house cafes, restaurants and kiosks, but small enough to rarely be crowded. Malta's northwest is home to the island's quietest beaches, and it is on these that the main island's neighbouring two are nearest. Gozo and Comino are also popular beach spots for holiday-makers, although these are much more likely to be quieter, rockier and more suitable for snorkelling


(Set in the heart of St Julian’s, Intercontinental Malta is within walking distance of the island’s finest shopping ,entertainment and nightlife venues)

Below rates are PER PERSON PER NIGHT based on 2 persons sharing a room and valid for a minimum of 3 nights:


Room Category Room Capacity 01 Jul – 31 Jul 01 Aug -31 Aug 01 Sep – 30 Sep 01 Oct – 30 Oct
Deluxe room (Min 2 Max 4) BB 4 €135 €145 €125 €105
Pool View (Min 2 Max 4) BB 4 €155 €165 €145 €115
Superior room (Min 2 Max 4) BB 4 €165 €175 €155 €125
Club Room (Min 2 Max 3) BB 3 €175 €185 €165 €145
Club Suite (Min 2 Max 2)BB 2 €255 €265 €235 €185
Deluxe Suite (Min 2 Max 4) BB 4 €295 €305 €285 €235



ECO tax of € 0.50 per person per night to be paid by guests at hotel. Tax is capped at €5.00

Rates are per person per night based on 2 persons sharing and valid for a minimum of Three nights

All rates are quoted in € EURO, are Net & include local taxes at current rates. 

We reserve the right to amend the rates to reflect any increase in direct taxes.



This is a guide price. Please enquire and we will provide a full personalized quote for you.  All our itineraries are tailor-made to your own requirements so can be modified however you wish.

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