Classic Collection Holidays offer a fantastic selection of hotels in Malta. With warm sunshine encompassing this small island, guests can enjoy easy access to all this island has to offer. A range of hotels with a variety of facilities can be found in the resorts of Valletta, St Julian’s, Sliema and Mdina.
Choose a hotel in Valletta, Malta’s capital, and experience the unique culture of this beautiful walled city. A UNESCO world heritage site and voted the European Capital of Culture in 2018, makes staying in this city a truly remarkable experience.
Away from the busy capital we offer superb hotels in St. Julian and Sliema. Visit St. Julian for its shipwrecks, shops, cafes and lively nightlife in the Paceville district. Or try Sliema for boat trips, delicious culinary delicacies and traditional pubs and bars.
For a tranquil destination, travel to the unique and elegant city of Mdina. Sunshine illuminates the walls of this sand coloured city, impressive buildings featuring beautiful designs rise high on the hilltop and a peaceful atmosphere hangs in the air. Perfect for couples, our 5 star hotel is situated in a central location, with historical points of interest only a few steps away.
Urban chic meets serene relaxation at AX The Palace, where a stunning mix of contemporary decor and old-fashioned elegance combine in one of Malta's most sought-after five star hotels
From its unique location by the edge of the sea, Excelsior Grand Hotel Malta is nestled between the mighty 16th century bastion walls of Valletta and the Marsamxett Harbour, and offers simply stunning views of both the harbour and Manoel Island.
Hilton Malta is just a short stroll from Spinola Bay, one of Malta's most typical bay areas, featuring some very attractive and individual restaurants and bars
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Located right in the heart of Valletta and opposite the Church of the Jesuits, the five star hotel Rosselli is due to open in spring 2019, and is set in a magnificent 17th century building.
Hotel Phoenicia Malta, situated a short stroll from Valletta's city walls, was constructed during the 1940's