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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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.
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 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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Good Hotel needs a little tweeking...
We stayed at The Seabank for 10 days, came home last week. The Hotel is clean and bright, our room was fine, no problems, we were on the 5th floor, it wa a route march to and from the lifts but hey ho, let yu walk of the food and drink. The breakfasts was great buffet style, actually everything is buffet style even the A La Carte's which I found disappointing!! When you book an a la carte you expect table service to make it a bit special, none of the a la cartes made you feel like you were having a lovely meal, the meals, food were good don't get me wrong but very similar, you have someone trying to elbow you around a 6ft circular table for a bit tomato, (Italian) at one point I looked for my hubby who had went back to our table, disgusted at the free for all. You have to get all your meals yourself, buffet style I'm no snob, honest lol but a nice meal for 10 days would have been great. At the weekend they let in the local Maltese they charged them 40 euro for three hours the place is then rampant and overflowing, on fathers day the restaurant was full and we were told the restaurant was fully booked!! how I asked well the locals had booked the whole restaurant and us paying all inc guests had to go elsewhere or out in the balcony if there was space, now to be fair this should never had happened, when you got into the restaurant the abundance of food and I mean special food was amazing I know the manager got many complaints over the difference in the food being served, ticked people off. The adult only area was great (Pool) we had bed wars though..why oh why do people have to sit in the same spot for the duration of their holiday makes me laugh every time, the germans an english didn't mix this day.. ;-) I agree with previous comments although you know this is a family resort before booking some sort of adult facilities should be in place, some parents were letting there wee ones run wild, even at 11 at night. Local bus takes you anywhere for 1 and a half euros great value yo just hop on and off, we even went to Gozo ourselves doing this a lot cheaper than the tour operators. Good holiday and we met great people not sure if I would go back though.More
libraryasst, Fife Scotland
The hotel is located on one of the few sandy beaches in Malta. From the map, it looks like the hotel is just a short walk from Mellieha center, but Mellieha center is located on a hill; you can either climb the hill by foot or take a bus. The bus station is right in front of the hotel. All restaurants have excellent food with good variety. Rooms are very spacious and a modern Mediterranean style. You can purchase excursions directly from the hotel lobby, where different local travel agents have their offices, the hotel also has bicycles for rent. The hotel has a separate pool for adults, which is very convenient.More
MirunaPa, Sibiu, Romania
We just got home from our holiday and it was great. First time in Malta, so I can't compare it with other hotels there, but I have nothing to complain about. I especially appreciated the staff: numerous, always there to help with a smile on their face - every single person. The room (family room) was big enough and clean, food for all tastes. The room's balcony was oriented towards the street, and sometimes it got pretty noisy, but, all in all, we slept well.More
Good Hotel but a few not so good points
Overall the hotel was good, the room was good as well apart from when we arrived my partner sat on the bed and nearly went through the bed we rearranged the slats and all okay after that, had pool view with Balcony and it had 2 sun loungers on it too which I was impressed with. Sorry going to be quite negative now but this is what trip advisor is for. The Coral restaurant should be made in to 2 family and adult only, the kids were running amok in the restaurant along with the reception area and the various bars at this resort. The hotel has no smoking areas if they only kept to the policy and stay as no smoking, people were still smoking in these areas and no staff or management were taking no notice. Our room had a couple of dodgy power points and light bulbs blown and not replaced (room 4431). My last moan was the crap music played by the animation team round the pool during the day fine if you were going to a funeral or loved heavy rock. The hotel is situated in a very quiet area with not a lot going on at all. The staff seemed to be all friendly. The plus side they had plenty of sun loungers round the pool at whatever time you arrived during the day you could always get one.More
JanetMoo, Swanley, United Kingdom
Very average in all aspects
We were not off to a good start since we were given a standard room instead of a family room which we had booked. In fact, they didn't even have any family rooms available when we arrived! The hotel blamed the travel agency and the travel agency blamed the hotel. In the the end the travel agency was right. The agency had sent a fax to the hotel that confirmed our reservation. For some reason this was sent to our room. It also had a reservation information of another family which we had no business seeing... Anyway, after a few rounds to the reception we finally got the correct room the next day and we were compensated by guaranteeing free late check out (we got to keep our room until 18:00) and that was alright by us. The family room was ok and big enough for us since we travel quite lightly. The double bed had seen better days though and I hurt my hip by sleeping in it so I had to switch beds with my son. After that I slept much better. This room was directly one floor below the room we had the first night (which was on the 5th floor) and the traffic noise was much more apparent. Still not bad though but one floor seems to make quite a big diference... One of the reasons we booked this hotel was the great reviews it gets for the food. It's a matter of taste of course but in our opinion the food was mostly very average at the Coral restaurant compared to our other all-inclusive or half board experiences so no wonder the theme restaurants are always fully booked... Sometimes there were some extras available though (leftovers from the theme restaurants?). The brekafast was alright with enough variation. From the theme restaurants we managed to book the Brazilian and the Jungle restaurants. The Brazilian was pretty good and can be recommended. Jungle on the other hand was a real jungle indeed with lots of screaming and running kids. This was not a surprise though since the indoor playground is located there. The food in the Jungle restaurant was not really good. Especially the ribs were a huge let down. The pool area is ok and there were always sunbeds available. I don't understand why they sometimes let other than the hotel guests use the pool area though. During our stay there was one public holiday and the pool was suddendly completely filled with children and pretty soon the water stank of urine and whatever else and there was infernal noise to boot. It was truly discusting and we had to leave the pool area. If it would have been like that every day we would have definitely switched to a different hotel. The evening entertainment always pretty much sucked but we don't care about that anyway so it didn't matter. The animation team was doing a good job. The hotel is pretty clean and quite well kept so in that regard it meets the four star standard. Except for the elevators which seemed to have some kind of problem every day. The location of the hotel is quite nice at the less crowded area of Malta and right next to one of its best beaches (which is very crowded though). Getting around by foot is not that easy nor safe because sidewalks are often very narrow or non-existend but buses are cheap, quite frequent and mostly in time. But they are also often very crowded so be prepared to stand. All in all, it was not a terrible experience but next time I would definitely look into other options too.More
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