This beachfront hotel comes with 2 pools and 4 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 4 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.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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Coral buffet restaurant
During the winter dinner is on offer from 18.00-21.00
A huge range of treatments from manicures, make-up and hairdressing to thalassotherapy and hydro-baths, we doubt you'll leave without feeling completely pampered. There's massages too, like Swedish, aromatherapy and hot stone massages. Open 9am to 5pm on Sundays and bank holidays. Please note, the spa is for those over the age of 16.
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Twin room sleeps 2 with twin beds and air-conditioning or heating, ceiling fan, European satellite TV, safety deposit box, mini-fridge and minibar on request.
deluxe twin room
Deluxe twin room sleeps 2 with a large balcony, air-conditioning or heating, ceiling fan, European satellite TV, safety deposit box, mini-fridge and minibar on request.
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Great kids' club
We've just returned from a week at the Seabank and overall it is a very good resort. We found the staff to be very pleasant and attentive, especially Belinda, Carmen and Stephanie who are all excellent with the children. Also Sergio in the Dome bar, who doesn't seem to stop all day and is always pleasant. Of the restaurants at the hotel, the Brazilian and Asian are the best, closely followed by the Italian. The Coral restaurant is ok, but is a bit mental at peak times - if you do eat there for lunch or dinner arrive early. For breakfast, if you're not there by 8:30am, don't go; instead, go to the Laguna restaurant at 10am - it is far quieter. Food and drink are both plentiful at the hotel. The pool is nice and just the right temperature and, although we weren't there during school holidays, there was always plenty of sun-loungers. Keep away from bushes / wall etc when choosing a place by the pool to avoid most of the wasps. The location of the hotel is right across the road from Mellieha beach. There is also a bus-stop right across the road from the hotel. Buses are really cheap and run about every half hour. A taxi to / from the airport costs 30 euros. There is a tour desk in reception that uses Drifter taxis - if you book through them make sure you specify you want a taxi otherwise you might end up [for the same price!!] being sandwiched in a minibus with failing aircon with folks from other hotels. The only negative to the holiday was that we booked a family room, but were put into a normal double room on arrival. Reception were efficient in moving us the following day, but it's a bit crap when you've booked eight months in advance and paid for something you haven't got. However, if you are travelling as a family, it is definitely worth paying a little extra for a family room - being able to close the kids' door and let them watch cartoons on their own television is a blessing. The standard of the rooms and their cleanliness are excellent.More
gilaandy, Cumbria, UK
Had a great time at this hotel for an all inclusive it is great value for money. Usually I'm not keen on all inclusive as food can be much the same all the time but with the different restaurants and changes to menus this place was superb. Good pools, clean rooms, good food, nice bars and excellent staff what more do you need. Even a pool and bar with sunbeds separate for adults only. To top it all of there is a good beach on your doorstep.More
Gary H, Carluke
Want to go back
Just returned from a week here and loved every minute. However, on arrival from a 5am flight we did not realise the rooms are not ready until 2 pm but this is not a fault of the hotel, that is check in time. But they did hurry and the room was ready an hour early so bear this in mind if you have an early flight. Regarding posts about the sort of people who stay here, it's a mixed bag and the hotel cannot choose who books here. There was a big family group who seemed to think they were at Butlins, very loud and "look at me" . When aqua aerobics was going on at lunchtime at the pool they had their own private disco to the music at side of pool, dancing and whooping and shouting, pushing each other into the pool lots of screaming. Everything at massive volume even asking each other what they wanted to drink the whole resort must have heard. I would say it is a relaxing quiet place as this lot were the only ones behaving like that. Food wise, I really think was excellent. The only restaurant we weren't keen on was the Brazillian, but everyones taste is different. If you are booking a Drifter bus in reception be aware of the woman on the desk with short permed hair and miserable face. She clearly couldn't be bothered to make a booking for us telling me Valetta is closed on a Saturday, no shops open. Just in case I mis heard I asked again and she said ' no, closed Saturday and Sunday, no where open Saturday and Sunday" and returned to her phone. The Animation team are brilliant, work their socks off. I think it depends what you want in an evening, there is singing, bingo, a history of Malta show. There is something every night and the really do work hard at it. No problem at all getting a sun bed, no need to be up at 6am to reserve one. As for comments that the pool etc was never cleaned, if you are up at 5.am for a flight home you will see a lot of cleaning of the pool, paths etc going on. There is a breakfast served in the Asian restaurant from 3 am for people with early flights, pastries, toast, cereal, tea and coffee and juice, although some people still complained there wasn't a good choice! At the end of the day there is always going to be people for who nothing is ever good enough, but I think Seabank is the best I have stayed at and I have stayed at Radisson Blu in Malta too, and would rate Seabank better. Definitely be back.More
mrsholly, Northampton, United Kingdom
My husband and I stayed at the hotel beginning of September and we really enjoyed the hotel The food was excellent. The staff were really polite and helpful. We used it as a base to explore that island the buses are so easy to use don't book with the reps just get a all day ticket on the bus which you can catch opposite the hotel the reps will not tell you this. We did do the Gozo trip with the reps and it was worthwhile doing as we saw a lot albeit we found it a bit rushed. The only down side was the entertainment but I believe that is changing and there will be some local acts from October. We would definitely recommend the hotel. We have stayed in a lot of all inclusive hotels and this was one of the best.More
gill51143, Middlesex, United Kingdom
Better than expected!
Let me say first that my husband and I are not usually fans of large all-inclusive resort type hotels. However we went to the Seabank for our daughters wedding, which was chosen by the Bride and Groom and were very pleasantly surprised. The hotel was excellent. Our room, which overlooked the sea, was bright and clean and had a safe, small fridge, hairdryer, tea making facilities and toiletries. The beds and pillows were very comfortable and the bedlinen changed twice a week and clean towels supplied whenever you wanted.The staff were brilliant! Cheerful and helpful all the time. The wedding was wonderful. Everything was arranged beautifully, the flowers, photographer, champagne and especially the violinist. There is normally no dancing in the evenings but when asked, the Entertainment team put on some music for us when we returned from the Reception meal, even going to the extent of downloading our daughter's favourite song so she and her new husband could have their first dance together on the stage. The food at the Hotel was plentiful, varied, and well-cooked with so much choice. All in all a great time was had by us. This doesn't mean that we have revised our views on all-inclusives but we are very happy to admit that we were wrong this time.More
Sue W, Wales, United Kingdom
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