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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Lovely location, amazing food and wonderful staff
This is a large family hotel which obviously gets very busy in the school holidays. There were a lot of people there and at times, the hotel was crowded most notably around the pool area. Luckily we were with older teenagers and were able to use the adult only pool and bar which were lovely and you didn't need to be up at the crack of dawn to reserve your sunbed! We had a lovely room overlooking the seafront. The cleaners, mainly Rose, were extremely good and the room was always thoroughly cleaned. In fact, all the staff at the hotel were very personable. I guess if you are friendly to them and pass the time of day, they are all very pleasant back. However, despite being a large hotel, the food quality was excellent with live cooking on most occasions. The additional restaurants were an added bonus with the Brazilian restaurant being our favourite. The location was ideal for the beautiful beach and also the bus stop although I don't recommend using the buses as a 20 min car ride can take over two hours!! We'd definitely go back but would prefer it not to be in high season.More
GillyH_11, London, United Kingdom
An excellent family oriented hotel
If you want to get away with the family for a holiday in Malta then this is the hotel for you It's very clean, well presented and the staff are credit to the hotel. If you like exploring a little then take a walk upto St Agathers tower. (The big red looking castle). Also take a look around the abandoned hotel just below. It's creepy but cool :-). The food at the hotel is also excellent and varied, certainly not the usual rubbish at all inclusive destinations. There are however a couple of points to note: 1) the WIFI is a bit hit and miss. 2) if you want to go to any of the themed restaurants book the day you arrive or you won't get in 3) if you want to eat out of an evening there aren't many restaurants local to you 4) unless you want to travel far there isn't really any shops around for you to walk tooMore
Great food value for money and very well served even though it was very busy.we had the Italian all inclusive. Everything was perfect. Also a big Thank you goes to melcom & waiter I think cataleo. Truely enjoyed it. More
We stayed at the db Seabank hotel for 10 days, 4 adults and 3 children. We had free transfers from the airport as we booked directly through the hotel, this proved a little confusing as we needed a car seat for our 6 month old and the driver turned up without one despite me booking and confirming but we made it to the hotel eventually! Everyone at the hotel is so polite and friendly, the reception staff are all very helpful. We asked for a cot in our room when we booked, and it was a pop up travel cot with a nice mattress - very happy. The room was lovely, air conditioning is amazing (heaven to return to after being on the beach!). The restaurants are lovely, especially the Asian and Italian, be sure to book your tables on the first day you arrive as they're popular in the summer season. There are 2 restaurants that don't require booking though and these are lovely too. Be warned - you will eat a LOT. I'm talking a 3 course meal for breakfast, lunch and dinner! The pool is well looked after, and a nice size. There are steps going into the water for little ones to play on (my 2 year old loved it!), Aquafit everyday - which is very entertaining! The is a childs pool but we didn't really bother too much with it. The usual towel wars continue for sun loungers but we always managed to find a shadey spot. Housekeeping are fabulous - always say good morning and are so polite and helpful. The kids club is great too - the staff literally don't stop! You'll see them at 9am by the pool, and then see them on the stage is the evening at 9pm dancing with 50 kids! Our 6 year old loved it, he was watching films with popcorn in the evening, bowling or playing football most of the time! The beach is the best in malta (we were told this upon arrival and it is lovely!). Literally opposite the hotel, sun loungers are $6 to hire for the day with a parasol, and the water is very shallow so it's great for children paddling. The buses are great, $2 for adults wherever you want to go and are air conditioned. It was stormy one day, so we made the 50 minute bus journey to St Juliens. This is like the Benidorm of malta - it's where all the night life is with clubbing etc. Don't go if you have a pram, we seemed to be the only people with young children! There are about a million steps ... Not ideal! We also went to the national aquarium, which is a a nice morning out. Not massive and we were done within 2 hours, but worth visit. Thankyou for a lovely holiday - we will be coming back! More
The Good: * Checking in was swift and efficient * The staff were very helpful and friendly * The rooms were cleaned perfectly every day * A free safe and WiFi (WiFi a but hit and miss but considering the number of guests 'logging in' it was perfectly adequate) * There was an excellent choice of restaurants to cater for all tastes - the chefs at both the Italian and the Jungle restaurant took the time to walk around to chat to guests which was nice. Breakfast's, lunches and dinners were fantastic at The Coral (sorry earlier we hadn't realised how good dinners were) - a huge variety. Great fresh cooked to order omelettes every morning and sushi, salmon and mussels and a variety of dishes a plenty for lunches/dinners. * little man wouldn't eat anything on 2nd visit to the most amazing Asian restaurant - they were only too happy to cook him up some pasta with no fuss whatsoever -great staff!! * All outside areas were clean and tidy * The pool water was regularly checked by staff * Adrian and the animation team worked tirelessly to make everything fun without being pushy - if you want to join in great if not no problem and no hassle * Kids club was run by staff (young blonde haired girl was so lovely to our little man) that encouraged the children to stay and enjoy their activities * Beautiful beach across the road * You could purchase a water bottle and just refill it by the main entrance with filtered water * Bowling alley was an unexpected bonus - we have a 5 and 15 year old to entertain so this was an enjoyable family activity even though it did cost extra (we were given vouchers for kids bowl free at the Italian restaurant) * The Church and WWII bunkers in Mellieha village are a must as well as the cafe by the new Church - an amazing view of Mellieha Bay. * Hubby and 15 year old did the scuba dive course with Seashells and both loved the experience - Seashells are a couple of minutes from the hotel and the staff were brilliant. * The lady who organises the tours (she sits right by the stairs) is so helpful in suggesting suitable tours especially for us with the age gap between our children. We went on the Blue Lagoon trip which was wonderful and the trip back was via the caves. We also did the 2 harbour tour which was wonderful. * We went to Popeye village and spent the whole day there. It really was good value and a nice plus that sunbeds and brollies were included. Stone alert - if you have suitable sea footwear -please bring them - there are very sharp stones to get across before you reach the fun inflatables!!! All up a great day out, reasonably priced and a couple of stops on the local bus. The Bad: * To be fair I did not complain to the hotel so did not give them a chance, which I am sure they would have, to rectify how upset I was with the room. (Hubby and children were just glad we had arrived safely and said it would do (we had had a medical emergency at Heathrow so everything else paled initially in significance) ). I had emailed a few months prior to our visit requesting a pool view room. We were allocated room 2421 which, when you look out the doors from the room looks straight onto the grey/brown plaster roof of 'The Dome' - the central source of entertainment each night. You had to go onto the balcony to see the pool - perhaps a 20% view once outside. * I think the room was beside a plant room or some kind of area where works were undertaken - I am a light sleeper so the clunking (from wherever) woke me every morning - extremely early. * The evening seating in The Dome was cramped - far too many tables in the middle section made it impossible to move in or out comfortably. We spent just one evening there choosing the interior of the front bar as a calmer early night option from there on. * The restaurant booking system - despite restaurants being 'full' there used to be a large number of tables vacant every night. We used to book the 6.30 slots to accommodate our 5 year old but we used to find he was exhausted and falling asleep at that time having spent the day in the pool/sea and we as a family would have preferred a less regimented option for restaurants and wondered if perhaps a first come first served basis would be better - a number of families that we met and spoke to said they would make bookings and if they couldn't be bothered to go and they would just go to the Coral instead. As noted in previous reviews your room number is not logged but I suspect they would have a lot more tables filled if they went to a first come first served basis or checked room numbers or had the 'no show by 7pm you can have their table'... Just a suggestion......(plus no more grumpy comments about queuing at the towel hut in the baking heat win win) * The Laguna restaurant was by far the worst restaurant. Awful, awful. No atmosphere at all and despite a BBQ 'choice' it just didn't cut the mustard ( personal choice of course) * There really isn't a whole lot to do in the immediate vicinity of the hotel. We usually like to take a walk after dinner when on holidays and maybe have a drink outside a resort with a different view but there is really nowhere which is a shame. * The Water Polo........okay, I'm going to sound like a real party pooper here but every afternoon around 3 pm the water polo team were sourced from all willing blue band wearers - took over the middle of the pool and threw themselves around with great vigour - on top of children with armbands etc even if it meant getting that ball : testosterone 5 kids playing in the pool 0. We would go back to Malta - its a beautiful country with so much history and so much to see. The people are so friendly and we have come away feeling we have a great deal more to learn - having had some great all inclusive experiences in the past I'm not 100% sure we would consider it again for a return trip to Malta.More
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