Five minutes from the centre of Sliema is a little haven of quiet, the Plevna Hotel. But even in spite of its tucked away location, the Plevna Hotel remains one of Sliema's prime choice venues. It boasts its own private beach club – open between May and October – a beautiful sunny hideaway with dazzling sea views.
When you do venture out from your own exclusive beach club, you'll soon be drawn into Sliema itself – a haven for holidaymakers who swim, snorkel and shop, as well as for those who like to explore its coastline or amble along its promenade. In short, it's a something-for-everyone holiday destination and one of Malta's favourites.
There are lots of big draws to the Plevna Hotel – as well as the beach club, the nestled-away location, and Sliema itself, holidaymakers like the fact that they can go half or full board at the Plevna Hotel. There are advantages both ways of course – it's just nice having that added flexibility.
If you do choose the full board option, it covers a full buffet breakfast (with choice of English breakfast), a three course lunch served al fresco at the beach club (in the summer) and a three course buffet dinner.
The Plevna Hotel has also gained a great reputation for its welcoming atmosphere. Guests will enjoy the service as well as the facilities, which (in addition to the beach club) include a café / wine bar, rooftop restaurant and sun terrace, and two comfortable lounges with TV and paid internet facilities. There is also Wi-Fi free of charge in the hotel lounge areas and in bedrooms at a fee.
Standard and balcony rooms are both available – and both provide comfortable air conditioned havens for the tired holidaymakers at the end of another day of taking it easy, sightseeing or exploring.
With its wealth of attractions, Sliema is the number one choice for many holidaymakers. And the idyllic outdoor lifestyle is complemented by some of the very best places to stay – like the Plevna Hotel – with its own private beach club and its reassuringly tranquil setting.
# Opens May-mid October weather permitting
Once a suburb of Valletta, Sliema has developed into a bustling and fashionable resort with many hotels and restaurants, smart shops and places of entertainment. The waterfront along Sliema Creek is known as The Strand and is a popular area with tourists. Tower Road, which bisects the Sliema promontory from The Strand to the open sea, offers excellent shopping and then leads on to St Julian's Point. The resort offers good swimming opportunities along the flat rocky coast on the open sea side of Sliema.
|Bed and BreakfastYour accommodation and breakfast will be included in your chosen Bed and Breakfast package.|
|Half BoardYour Half Board package will include accommodation, breakfast and an evening meal. Any snacks or drinks wanted outside of these meal times will be at an extra cost.|
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