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.
Sports and Activities
All are included except where indicated.
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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.
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
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. 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.
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5* at 4* prices
My husband and I enjoyed our honeymoon at this lovely, lovely hotel. Thoroughly clean, helpful staff and facilities/amenities to satisfy every type of holiday maker! The restaurants were very good. Everyone talks about the Brazilian (good) Italian (good) and the Asian (never got there) but no-one has mentioned the Jungle restaurant. Allow me. This restaurant delivers a Tex-Mex style buffet of burgers, ribs, meat chilli, chicken bean chilli, nachos with chilli and cheese etc, etc. All were very good and delicious! The main hotel restaurant served an excellent selection of food and always very well prepared. This is a large and at times anonymous hotel but still it is able to deliver a personal service. Thank you because we will be backMore
my wife retirement
just got back the best hotel i have stopped in the staff were great and so polite the food was great so much to choose from u are spolt for choice with five restaurants and a great spar there is a down side not much out side but u don"t need to go out there is so much going on in side thanks again for a great holidayMore
Yearly winter break
We have been to this hotel 3 times we visit for week in January , we find the food excellent great choice, service excellent and rooms spacious clean and very comfortable. The staff are friendly and very helpful always . I highly recommend this hotel More
Great All Inclusive Hotel
We visited this hotel in September when the weather was perfect 25-30 degrees. This all inclusive hotel was great. Plenty of restaurants to choose from and easy to book as well. Free pool towels (deposit required). Great food in all of the restaurants at all times of the day, plenty of choice throughout. Brilliant choice of drinks (cocktails particularly) and great service - hardly ever a queue. You couldn't beat the location; right opposite the beach and bus stop that takes you all over the island. The sea was lovely here for swimming in. The pool was great with a separate adults only section that had its own bar which was great for peace and quiet. There were activities in the main pool but you could choose to do as much or as little as you wanted to. I used the spa whilst I was here; the treatments were amazing. The sauna/steam room was great. My only complaint would be that the jacuzzi/indoor pool were cold! We could forgive this though as we had great weather so were quite happy in the outside pool. The room was nice, bed comfortable and plenty of space. We had a balcony facing the pool. The aircon was good and when the balcony door was closed, we hardly heard any noise. The evening entertainment was good, lots of variety. Elvis was the favourite the week we were there! We would definitely go back to the Seabank again.More
On the whole a good place to stay
We've been here for a week now and so far my views are:- 1) db Seabank is one of the better hotels on the island 2) the early evening entertainment in the Dome bar (especially Karaoke & Bingo) could do with a polish up....sadly the tone deaf host thought it was appropriate to mumble out a song about knives, drugs, suicide & violence in front of a family audience!! 3) although we knew beforehand the main outdoor pool would be closed during our stay we did expect the children's outdoor pool to be useable but so far it has been in a state of neglect and could do with a clean along with the equipment 4) the food is lovely, something to suit all tastes. The main buffet style restaurant offers everything you would expect to find for breakfast. Lunch & evening meal offer a variety of hot & cold dishes along with many delicious varieties of dessert....chocolate tart is simply divine!! 5) for reservations at any of the other restaurants on site (Brazilian, Italian, Asian or the Jungle) book early to avoid disappointment. The Brazilian is a full-on meat fest with 7 different types of meats brought to your table so best if you have a very light lunch prior and remember to wear your stretchy waistband pants!! 6) cocktails are part of the all-inclusive but can be very weak, however the waiters are happy to add more alcohol should you request....a little tip always goes down well too! 7) the staff throughout the hotel are friendly and welcoming, even our holiday rep gave a informative talk without all the boring bits which made a refreshing change 8) the cleanliness of the hotel was maintained to a high standard, rooms are cleaned daily (or not if requested) always fresh bedding & towels and the house keeping ladies are more than happy to return later if you are in your room when they call 9) would be nice if there was something else for families to do once the evening entertainment in the Dome has finished...the norm all week has been for everyone to leave within 5 minutes of the act finishing and as children are not allowed in the lobby bar that only leaves the Sports bar which (to me) doesn't have such a family vibe going on 10) one thing that has made our stay better was that even though we had booked a room with a pullout sofa bed for our daughter we were automatically upgraded to a two bedroom suite on our arrival. Unfortunately the upgraded room only had a partial sea view & a tiny terrace so we asked if there were other rooms available (expecting to get knocked back) but the reception couldn't have been more accommodating and offered us a huge two bedroom, two bathroom suite complete with two fantastic terrace that both had perfect sea views 11) the bowling alley found in the Sports bar is an added bonus you don't usually get in hotels, not part of the all-inclusive package however games are fairly cheap (one game for 2 adults & 1 child cost less than 15â¬ 12) you don't have to wait ages for the lift!! Always a good thing when staying on the 5th floor!! 13) getting 'glammed' up for the evening meal & entertainment seems to attract blatant disapproving glares from other holidaymakers (mainly older women) 14) I'm not one for watching TV at home never mind on holiday but with the evenings ending fairly early for us it's been a godsend to find some English channels with decent programmes (not just the News Channel here!!) 15) the indoor pool is open throughout the day until 8pm, it hasn't been overcrowded, it's deep enough to have a proper swim yet not too deep for inexperienced swimmers which was a plus as my 10 year old could safely touch the bottom, there's plenty of sun loungers if you just want to relax, I found it to be a nice place to chill out with my kindle whilst also keeping an eye on my daughter...the hotel provides towels, it's 10â¬ deposit per towel, you can exchange them as often as you wish to Overall this is a really nice clean hotel in a beautiful part of Malta, the staff, service and food all get top marks. The entertainment lets it down but I imagine it's to a higher spec during the peak season. Great for a peaceful, relaxing holiday, lots of things to see if you're interested in visiting historical, religious or architectural places, not so great if you enjoy a bit of nightlife other than what the hotel offers. Wouldn't say it's a great choice for families wanting a bit of Winter sun (felt like I've gate crashed a Saga holiday once or twice this week!!) but saying that I can imagine it being really busy and a great place to stay at in the Summer monthsMore
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