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

Food

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

Drink

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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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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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.

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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A very good hotel well positioned

Visited this hotel in August. Two adults and no children. The hotel is very big and has about 1500 people to stay in the summer period. The hotel does its best to split adults and children if you wish with separate pool, bar and dinning area. The staff are excellent all over the hotel and do their best to help and assist. The hotel provides towels for your use and do not mind you taking to the beach, and change daily, very good service. I would also say about trips out and about. Malta is lovely but please look around all companies as some seem to be charging high prices, also would recommend the local buses excellent service from outside the hotel and very cheap.More

Bigboysteven, 1009894

Overall holiday

Stayed here from 26th July to 3rd August to attend a family wedding at the hotel. Very disappointed at the facilities at this hotel. Spent most of the week filling up water bottles as only one bottle provided and you had to fill them up in reception. Also most of the buffet restaurants are self service even had to get your drinks yourself i.e tea, coffee,juice etc.There were coffee and tea stations but they had already ran out. Food was very standard and repetitive. Weather was great not a cloud in the sky. The Thomas Cook rep Trevor was absolutely useless. Very inexperienced with a nervous disposition. I needed a refund for one of the trips I booked by visa and he said he didn't know how to do it yet he had done this job for seven years. He wanted to give us cash to make it easier for him but we were going home next day so would Have had to change the money when got home. Had to talk him through how to refund me as he said he didn't know how to refund for one item when you had paid for two. How very unprofessional! Would not stay at this hotel again as it was very overpriced for what you actually got. Would not rate this hotel anything above a 3 star due to lack of services. Went out for a meal one evening to get a taste of what service we should have r derived at the hotel. Overall was glad to come home.More

JacquelinePreece, 186402

Butlins by the sea...

No way is this a 5 star hotel. Food is mediocre and service rubbish, no entertainment for over 8's, and loads of locals being let in on day passes filling the pools and cafeterias. rubbish beach over road which is filled with fag butts. Would I stay here again? No way! More

sarah d, 191273

A lovely relaxing stay, with a great spa

I stayed here with my husband and friends in January, so I'm very late in reviewing. I had emailed the hotel beforehand to request a sea view and an upgrade if possible as it was my husband's 40th. We were allocated one of the deluxe sea view terrace rooms - what a size the balcony was, it was fantastic. Two sunloungers and table and chairs was provided. Because it was January we didn't make use of these, but it would have been really useful in summer. The room itself was large and had nautical style decor. We liked it, it was bright and airy. I think we were the youngest guests at the hotel at that time, most appeared to be over sixties who were staying for a month or more. They all had their own preferred seats at dinner and we got glowered at on our first night because we had dared to sit in someone's favourite spot. Hilarious. The food was delicious and we never got bored at all during the week. The desserts in particular were gorgeous and I looked forward to the cake selection daily! The Chinese restaurant was lovely, I could happily have eaten there every night! I had a hydrotherapy bath in the spa, which was fantastic and relaxed me wonderfully. It was reasonably priced too. The indoor pool smelled very strongly of chlorine and stung my eyes a bit so I never used it, which was a shame since it was not the weather for outdoor swimming. It looked like a lovely pool though. All in all we really enjoyed our stay here. During the winter months it's a haven for older guests and is quiet and peaceful, which pleased us. Perhaps in summer there is a different crowd and a more lively vibe which may suit others. As in all my reviews I place huge importance on disabled access as I use a wheelchair. This hotel was first class on this front and presented no access problems. If I return to Malta I will definitely stay here again. More

Littlekittykat, 186543

Best holiday location for families

Stayed at this hotel for 6 days with husband and two kids aged 7 and 5. We all had a fantastic time. The hotel is clean and we had one of the best family rooms - room 5326....5 windows plus a balcony....all with a breathtaking view of the beach and sea. The food was scrumptious with 6 restaurants to choose from, 5 of which you have to book in advance. I would recommend the Brazilian and Italian. The kids had an amazing time thanks to the friendly and energetic Animation Crew who run activities such as football, archery, mini golf etc during the day and then a mini disco in the evening for the kids. There's a kids pool, playing area, games room with a bowling alley and of course Mellieha beach just across the road. If all that is not enough you can hop on the bus which is right outside the hotel to St Julian's, Valetta, or even a trip to Gozo on the ferry. There are so many water sports including diving for those seeking adventure. All in all a fantastic holiday and I truly recommend this hotel....clean, friendly staff, amazing food, beach just on your doorstep, pool and day plus evening entertainment....what more could you ask for?More

Tina M,

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