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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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.
All are included except where indicated.
Dotted with sunloungers and palms, the large pool here features a dividing bridge and is within easy access to the bar.
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.
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. There are sliding doors to help separate the room at night. 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.
I never thought it wa possible to fall in love with a hotel! Everything about the sea and is amazing! It was my little boys first time away and he loved it! From beginning to end I couldn't say a single bad thing! They have thought everything out the layout is perfect, my favourite place to be was the adult bar, the staff in there were amazing! Every single one of them have been amazing, and the cocktails are to die for! The animation team are all amazing at what they do! Always so happy, upbeat and always happy to help with anything you need! The cleanliness of the hotel is high quality, the staff work tirelessly throughout the day and night keeping it a high level of clean! I can't wait to visit again!More
Charlotte Louis... M,
This was our first family holiday with a 3.5 yr old and 7 month old. We wouldn't have gone to an all inclusive family resort prior to children so always knew it was going to be a very different holiday to before. We had booked our holiday 9 months before arrival and booked a pool view, and followed this up with emails to the hotel. On arrival we were allocated a room that although was pool facing you could only see the toilets and everyone walking back into the hotel walked under your balcony. We asked to be moved but they were full so we had to wait two days to be moved. This was an annoyance as we didn't really unpack but we were there for 2 weeks so not too bad. Had we only been staying a week it would have been quite disruptive. Our new room was great overlooking the adult pool. Was nearer the weddings and music but they always finished at a reasonable hour so didn't bother us. The first half of our first week was half term. The pool was very busy and on our first visit we couldn't find any sun beds at all. Lots of empty ones with towels on but none free. We were not very impressed but the following week after the half term finished this eased a bit and we could get a bed ok, we mainly ended up in the smoking area as it was covered so shady and actually no one smoked in it! The kids area is great and the kids club staff superb. Our daughter was too young to be left but was always invited to join in if we stayed. She chose not to but that was not the staffs fault. The evening entertainment was also super. The mini disco was great, and then the professional entertainment was the best I've seen. A couple of dodgy days when the dance troupe had a night off but mainly great. Food wise we liked the Brazilian and Asian restaurants. The jungle was a good set up for kids but food was average so definitely one if you want the kids to be entertained rather than amazing food. The Italian we weren't overly impressed with. Because we had kids we couldn't go in the cocktail bar,but still wanted to have a nice drink overlooking the sea so sat outside the coral restaurant and then just took it in turns to go to the cocktail bar for drinks. We hired a car for 5 days which was fab and only cost â¬20 a day. Overall a great holiday but we like going to different places each year so will be trying somewhere else next year. Some of the staff are superb at engaging the kids. Special shout out to Stephen the Executive Chef who is amazing and to Diana in the kids club. Our daughter is still talking about you two a month on! More
We booked this for a faimily holiday/honeymoon. Stayed in July '16. Were slightly worried we would either love it or hate it after reading reviews on here, but were pleasantly surprised. Yes, it is popular with families and, yes, there are lots of kids, and all ages, but the hotel manages it very well. You do need to appreciate and oblige the timings around restaurant bookings, there are two sittings each evening in the bookable restaurants, 6:30 and 8:30; so it doesn't help them when you have booked 6:30 and rock up at 7:30. We found no problem with bookings, if you book a few days in adance and the food quality in all was superb. Huge range of foods in each, including the main buffet restaurants for all tastes, including for children. Chefs are also happy to cook dishes to order. As well as the hotel in general, two huge plus points are the activity team and the cleaning staff. Both work extremely hard to make everyone's stay pleasurable. The kids 'animation team' are keen, helpful and fun, without being over bearing. So all in all, we went with some misgivings, and came home having had a super time. Would certainly like to go back.More
This was our second stay at the Seabank Hotel. I cannot fault this place. Our two boys ( age 5 and 7) had a brilliant time at the kids club and mini disco. The standard of food was fantastic at all the restaurants. All the staff work very hard to keep the hotel spotless. Our room was very spacious and ideal for a family of four. The staff are so friendly and the location is beautiful. We will definitely be back for a third time. More
Jane M, 445040
The rooms are fairly modern and newly renovated, and the family room we had could be closed off into two sections which was great. Each one with itÂ´s own TV. There is a variety restaurants and most of them are good, although the main buffet restaurant was average. There should be something for everyone though. The Gym was a let down, with lots of non-functioning equipment showing clear sign of wear. The beach is quite nice with soft sand and clear water, but itÂ´s absolutely crowded most of the day (high season). You also have to cross a road which has a lot of traffic to get there. There isn't much in the area so you will probably spend most of your time at the actual hotel. The staff organize various activities and there is always something going on. There is a bus stop just outside the hotel and itÂ´s easy to get around the island with them. However, this place is like 1 - 1/2 hour from Valletta so itÂ´s not something you do every day. The ferries to Gozo island is close to the Hotel though. Staff was very helpful. Will I go again? Well the hotel is better than average but ultimately the location wasn't perfect for us. Maybe.More
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