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.

Sports and Activities

All are included except where indicated.

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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.


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

Twin room sleeps up to 4 with twin beds and an extra bed. With air-conditioning or heating, ceiling fan, safety deposit box, European satellite TV, mini-fridge and minibar on request.

twin room with pool view

Twin room with pool view sleeps up to 4 with twin beds and an extra bed. With air-conditioning or heating, ceiling fan, safety deposit box, European satellite TV, mini-fridge and minibar on request.

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Super Hotel

This is our third year in a row to stay in the DB Sunbank & we are going back in September. This hotel ticks all the boxes. The rooms a lovely and very comfortable. The food is excellent, no matter what your dietary requirements, there will be something to suit you. The hotel is very clean and very well run. The staff are very friendly and always on hand to help out with any queries. The general manager can be seen in all venues and restaurants, The head chef is also on hand and is delighted to speak to you when you have any queries about meals, and in fact he showed us all around the kitchen which was spick and span. If there was one fault I would say that the entertainment is more suitable for kids. & not for adults. It would be nice to see a Karaoke or Piano bar for adults. You should really try the the spa I had a great massage for one & half hours for just €75More

Sean C, Drogheda, Ireland

excellent value

We've just returned from a wonderful, relaxing week here. We paid extra to have a family room for my husband and I and our 24 year old disabled son. The hotel upgraded my parents for free to the family room next door so they could be nearby help with him. We had lovely ground floor rooms and the spacious gardens led straight to the pool area without the need for lifts etc. Just one small thing to note about room facilities, the hairdryers are not very good so for anyone with long hair I would advise taking your own, which I will next time. The food was of a very good standard and plentiful. More than enough options even for fussy eaters. The main buffet restaurant is good, but our favourites were the Italian, where you could get a good steak and giant prawns, and also the Asian (both buffets). We didn't rate the Brazilian very highly, bleeding beef and we found the other meats overcooked. There was also only a small buffet area for side dishes which was difficult to get at as it was so busy. There is a lovely beach opposite the hotel (you have to pay for bed hire here as it doesn't belong to the hotel) and if you walk to the right when you come out of the hotel there are a few shops and restaurants, we ate at the first one which is right on the beach and was excellent. We also ate at Bouquet Garni up in Mellieha village (prebooking is advised), this was of a very high standard and served really outstanding fish and steak. The hotel drinks were also good with some special editions like Prosecco/cava, which we enjoyed with fresh orange. There was also bottled Heineken (free upstairs but not in the sports bar downstairs) which was great for me as I don't like Carlsberg, however the house beer on draft was also very good. There is a big family pool where children can use their inflatables etc and an adults only pool which is much quieter and suited us better. Their is a bar next to the adults pool but unfortunately this was not yet open when we were there, which we were disappointed at as we thought it opened the first week in May and would of been easier for us as my son has poor mobility. There is a taxi service based in the reception area (Drifter). We used there shuttle service to get to Valletta. This cost 9 euros per head return and was better than the normal bus for us as with only two other stops on the way there and none on the return is was more like a private taxi taking only 45 minutes. We used travel republic for our airport returns which cost only £32 in total. They used Williams Garage which we had read some bad reviews about, however, they were spot on. Friendly drivers who were there ten minutes early to pick us up. The weather was perfect at around 28 to 30 degrees with a small breeze. We are already planning our next visit, this time with more family including our small grandson as children are very well catered for with a bountiful amount of activities and entertainment day and night. However, without small children, this time we didn't really enjoy the evening entertainment, as just as others have said it doesn't really cater for adults. The bands/acts were of poor quality, but as we don't tend to stay up too late this didn't really bother us.More

oliverdavies, north east

Relaxing stay in Malta

We stayed for 4 nights over Easter and very much enjoyed our stay. Lovely room, very enthusiastic and engaging animation team, lovely pool area where it was always easy to get a sunbed. Alcohol including a long cocktail menu on tap from a number of different bars. Food was excellent, varied and very plentiful. Only slight complaint was that by the time we got there all of the themed restaurants were fully booked up for the entirety of our stay, meaning that we could only eat in the main buffet style restaurant for all of our meals. You are unable to book before you arrive. We were very disappointed by this because the other restaurants looked great. The hotel was very well located for the beach, right across the road from one of the only sandy beaches on the island. Quite far away from all of the tourist sites and major towns, as well as the airport though. More

becomingbindy, London, United Kingdom

short break in Malta

A good hotel with an all inclusive package. The room was bright, spacious and clean. There was a good spread of food at the restaurants, a good choice for everyone. The pool was not in use due to the time of year we were there. The hotel is in Mellieha, which is an hour's bus ride to Valleta. The bus stop is just in front of the hotel, which cost only 1.50 euro for a day's travel.More

S0uC, London, United Kingdom

Never better

We were in this big top notch hotel for a week and everything went great. Kind staff, clean room, good food and plenty of amenities to spoil you. Location is also excellent with a small but nice beach across the road.More

billie_birilli, Dublin, Ireland

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Seabank Resort Spa
Rated: 4.5 /5 based on 2678 customer reviews
from £309.49