Seabank Resort Spa

This beachfront hotel comes with 2 pools and 6 restaurants, plus it puts on some of the best evening shows in Malta.

The Seabank has a prime spot, right opposite Malta’s best beach. Mellieha Town is a 20-minute walk up the hill, and there’s a bus that stops outside the hotel.

It has 2 pools – one indoors, one out – and you’re spoilt for choice on the food and drink front, too, with 6 restaurants and 3 bars. Back at the hotel, there’s a varied entertainment programme both day and night.

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All Inclusive - Here's what you get


Full Board buffet meals. Snacks between meals. Unlimited use of 4 speciality restaurants - reservations required.


Local and national alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks 10.00-23.00. Beer, wine, water and soft drinks with lunch and dinner.

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All are included except where indicated.

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Outdoor pool

Dotted with sunloungers and palms, the large pool here features a dividing bridge and is within easy access to the bar.

Coral buffet restaurant

A huge choice of international dishes are on offer.

Indoor pool

Open all year round and heated from November to March depending on the weather. There's a whirlpool to bubble away your tension too.

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1 bedroom family room with pool view, sliding doors and balcony

These 1 bedroom family rooms feature a clean and fresh style with splashes of colour on neutral walls. You’ll have room for 4 with a twin bedroom and 2 extra beds. There are sliding doors to help separate the room at night. And there’s a balcony which is ideal for that extra bit of space. Rooms come with a TV, Wi-Fi, ceiling fan and air-conditioning is available from May to October.

twin room with pool view and balcony

These light twin rooms feature a neutral décor and cool accents. You’ll have room for 4 with 2 sofa beds in the bedroom. Outside you’ll find a balcony which is ideal for the pool view. Rooms come with a ceiling fan and air-conditioning is available from May to October. You’ll also have a TV and Wi-Fi access.

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Amazing wedding venue

We had an amazing time. Family joined us over a few days, to celebrate our wedding with us. The hotel staff were incredibly helpful and the entire experience was stress free and even as the bride I was able to relax throughout. Nicholas John Vella the events coordinator went over and beyond to support me and to ensure that I had the most amazing day and that all of our family enjoyed it. I would highly recommend this hotel to every bride who wants a stress free wedding, in a beautiful setting.More

Sam S, 186363

Lovely Place

Been here 3 times , Going again November , This place is so relaxing,Food amazing,Clean towels and rooms daily and and friendly staff,Cant fault this place at all,You definatly get what you pay for , Cant wait to go again ,More

Susan M, 187069

Good holiday with a few issues

We have recently returned from a fortnights stay as a family of 3. We had a good holiday and it's a good hotel, but our stay did have a few issues as I will detail. First impressions were not great. I had tried to book a pool or sea view room, but as the hotel was busy, I had only been able to book a land view. We had a 3rd floor family room, which directly overlooked the main road at the same level. Having arrived at a weekend, the noise from the road was incredible. We are from the countryside and found the noise unbearable. There was no point sitting on the balcony, as the noise was so bad and we were woken early also by the cars screaming past like the M25. The biggest issue with the 'non smoking' room for us though, was the overpowering stench of tobacco. My guess would be that the previous residents had smoked on the balcony with the doors open and the smell of smoke had become ingrained in the fabrics and curtains in the room, in part not helped by the ineffective air conditioning system. After one nights sleep I woke with a sore chest from the tobacco smell and decided then that there was no way I could spend 2 weeks in that room. I asked reception for a room move and was told that something may come up in a couple of days. So a couple of days later we were indeed moved to a room on the 4th floor and further along the building, which was much better. This room wasn't perfect either though, security was an issue as the door wouldn't close flush and the bolt was stuck. I was able to easily access the room by just sliding my key card up the edge of the door to slip the lock. It took 2 complaints and 4 days for maintenance to fix this. With the sad case of Madeline Mccan a few years ago, we were worried for our daughters safety and slept with a chair against the back of the door, so we would wake should anyone enter. On a positive point, I liked the way the family room separated into 2, which is a unique feature we haven't come across before. The rooms were well cleaned each day, but the clean towels always had a strange cooking fat smell to them and we could never understand why? Food is a plus point at the hotel. There are 2 buffets plus Asian, American, Italian and Brazilian restaurants. We managed to eat somewhere different each night. The Asian, American and Italian were our favourites. Fantastic sushi in the Asian, huge prawns in the Italian and great Avocado and Brie or Stilton and mushroom burgers in the American, although most people seemed to queue up and ask for a plain burger (their loss). There are a lot of larger people who like to pile it high each night, which is quite off putting, but a hazard of the all inclusive phenomena. Wow unbelievable, one woman had a plate of burgers and ribs and a separate plate for chips and salad, then went back for 2 more plate loads! it's no wonder the NHS is struggling to cope when they're keeping people like this going. You will see some sights here, that's for sure! As far as all inclusive goes though, the food is some of the best we have had. The main buffet gets very busy, especially at breakfast time when it takes on the atmosphere of a refugee camp. Best to go in early at 7.30am or wait until 10am and go for late breakfast at the pool side buffet. Drinks wise, the wine is terrible. You notice after a day or so that 95% of guests are drinking the rosé, the reason for this is it's the only one that doesn't entirely taste of paint stripper. Beer is Carlesburg or DB house beer, which is similar to (probably is in fact) the local Cisk lager. Cocktails at the lobby bar are made fresh and are superb. Not so good at the pool/dome bar, but still OK. Juice was concentrate and was hit and miss (mostly miss), depending on the mix. Coffee from the machine was very weak also, so I would get a black coffee and add the milk myself. Entertainment was pretty good, traditional cabaret, magic, dancing etc. My daughter was mesmerised by the Disney princess show. The animations team do a great job with the kids especially at the mini disco each night. Diana was brilliant and my daughter thought she was great. The pool was very busy! a lot of people seemed content to stick a pair of armbands on the kids and let them get on with terrorising everyone in the area. We tended to camp out at the small pool, which was nice for the smaller kids. I suspect it was a hot bed of germs, as I never saw it cleaned or anyone checking the levels. I witnessed a couple of the small kids being ill during our stay and I suffered a bug myself, which I'm in no doubt didn't come from the impeccably clean kitchens and probably came from swimming in this pool. Indeed my daughter has been on antibiotics since we got home due to an ear and sinus infection, which our doctor suspects may have been caused by the pool, although I can't say for sure obviously. The biggest negative about this hotel is the large groups of slobs, mainly attending weddings, who love to smoke everywhere. You can't escape the cigarette smoke, as they puff away wherever they like. The hotel needs to do more to police this. Sick of sitting around the pool being rampaged by other people kids and smoked out, we did take to sight seeing. I highly recommend a trip up the hill to Mellieha to view the air raid shelters. A walk out the hotel in the other direction will take you to the Red Tower. You will find a good glass of wine and a stunning views at the bar in the park behind the church in Mellieha. Take the bus to the aquarium, which is good and the walled city of Mdina is an absolute must do, where we had a fantastic meal and wine at a good price with some great history and scenery. Although my review doesn't paint a great picture of the hotel, we had a good holiday and most of our issues were with either maintenance or some of the other guests and their antisocial behaviour, I would give 3.5 stars if I could. I would only return to this hotel in low season when it's quieter and would only choose a quite room on a high floor.More

Jamy_Dodger, 186268

Great family hotel

I stayed for 12 nights with my husband and 2 year old. We had booked a family room with sea view. We arrived at 1am and were put in a room that was not the family room, when I went to reception he told me this was an upgraded room and he had nothing else available at that time. I was disappointed as I did want my daughter in a separate room to us but we had to set the travel cot up at the end of our bed (I did email the day before to ask if the cot could be set up already as we arrived so late but it wasn't). The next day we were showed the family room and I was really not happy, the room was much bigger but it was on the 3rd floor and the balcony was much smaller than the upgraded room we had been given, plus the sea view was only a side sea view and because the family rooms only go as high as the 3rd floor, the noise of the traffic was crazy. After comparing the 2 rooms we decided to stick to the smaller room with the bigger balcony and better view with less traffic noise on the 6th floor. We had planned to spend most of our time on the balcony anyway due to naps and early nights. Because we had originally booked the family room, the hotel staff offered to put us in the deluxe family room on the 5th floor with the same amazing views as our other room when it became available, so we had 7 nights in the deluxe and 5 nights in the deluxe family. If possible I would definitely recommend the deluxe family room.. It was amazing: Entrance hallway, 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, 2 balconies.. Best room I've ever stayed in. So that was our experience with the rooms.. I am glad we had the mix up because I really would not have been happy staying in the standard family sea view room. There was a mix up with the transport when we arrived also.. I had booked through the recommended taxi company for a pick up, but when we arrived at the airport there were 2 people waiting for us.. Apparently the hotel had included an airport pick up but they never informed me of this so we ended up having to pay the other taxi that we booked ourselves. Thankfully we got the free return transfer.. Another thing that happened was twice we had no water, people had to go down to the indoor swimming pool showers, I'm not sure what caused this or if it was a rare problem. So far everything sounds bad, but they were just little things (that sound like a lot more when trying to write about it). But everything else about the hotel I found very good. -I loved the pool area and I could bring my daughter into the kids club to use all the toys etc as long as I stayed with her. -the food in the main restaurant was always nice and a decent choice -I enjoyed all the other buffet restaurants that needed to be booked in advance. The only thing I found was the American restaurant had over salted a lot of the food. -the location was very family friendly, the beach was so close and perfect for young children. The bus stop was in front of the hotel to travel around the island. There was nothing else around the hotel for nightlife, the area was very quiet. - I loved the sauna and steam room area. Was nice to relax in. - my daughter loved the disco every night (starts at 8.30 for 30 minutes) and I found the animation team very friendly and good fun. I didn't stay out for any of the shows as they didn't start till 9.30 which was just a little late for our 2 year old. - we hired a car on Gozo for a day and I would recommend hiring it from Gozo and not the hotel. We saved about €40 doing this. (We pre-booked the day before with Avis and also saved on having to pay for the car on the ferry). The hotel staff were amazing throughout the whole stay, with our initial room problems, I never once felt like I was being a pain to the staff. They were so understanding and helpful. The cleaning staff were very nice and friendly and we never had any problems in the restaurants. I would definitely recommend this hotel. More


Is it the hotel or the residents?

The hotel is fine, the staff helpful, keep out of the ground floor pool rooms as you will be eaten by the mosquito's! Little bit smelly in the corridors, crowded around the pool. Bed felt like it had a rubber mattress protector - not great for a 51 year old lady. Wifi hit and miss in the room and by the pool. We were told it was because there were too many people using it??????? come on! Just remember the all inclusive hotel attracts certain groups of people. Great that kids can get a drink and something to eat when they want and you don't need to worry if they leave it or don't like it. You can get them something else. The other group is the people who want to start drinking at 10:00am! or just keep eating from one hour to the next. I know these people exist all over the world and we can find greed and gluttony everywhere. Therefore I think it is the concept of all inclusive that I personally object to as opposed to this hotel. Find a quiet sunbed in the adult area and relax or teach your kids to take a little to see if they like the taste. Remember, I know it's your holiday, but waste is obscene when so many are starving.More


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