Malta

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Part of the distinguished Relais & Chateaux collection, The Xara Palace is an upscale boutique hotel housed in a gorgeous palazzo dating from the 17th century — Oyster
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The Casa Ellul is a family-run, upscale boutique that combines the thoughtfully restored original 19th-century townhouse with stylish, contemporary touches — Oyster
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A large five-star resort hotel with several pools, restaurants, sports facilities, and spa, set between the Mediterranean sea and a private yacht marina in one of Malta’s main tourist districts — The Telegraph
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The four-pearl Hotel Juliani is a family-owned, 44-room boutique located on St. Julian’s seafront promenade. — Oyster
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The upscale Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz is an expansive property on the fringes of San Lawrenz village — Oyster
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The upscale Hotel Ta' Cenc & Spa offers a calm, scenic setting near Sannat village in Gozo — Oyster
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The 94-room Hotel Valentina is a trendy upper-middle-range hotel with modern design located in Paceville, an area known for its thronging nightlife. — Oyster
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Travelers who head south of Sicily to the 122-square-mile island of Malta go for the mix of cafes and rocky beaches and the incredible Maltese history. — Travel + Leisure
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Small, independent and stylish...Five one-and-two-bedroom apartments have elegant communal facilities. — The Telegraph
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The good-value, traditionally-styled Osborne is on a quiet road inside Valletta's city walls, putting you within walking distance of all the sights, museums and restaurants of the capital. — The Telegraph
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Decor is chic and modern, breakfast in the restaurant-quality shared kitchen is included, and there's even a compact swimming pool. — Lonely Planet
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A five-star contemporary hotel in the heart of an upmarket residential area minutes from the Sliema Waterfront, rock swimming, boat trips, shops and restaurants. — The Telegraph
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Bedrooms are a little like the guest rooms of an old-fashioned British country house, with real furniture – wooden wardrobes, lamps and chests of drawers – and décor varying from faded elegance to the just faded. — The Telegraph
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The Phoenicia is the best of all the country’s five-star hotels if you are here to sightsee. — The Telegraph
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Named for the striking steel crane that once occupied this maritime Maltese building, Cugó Gran Macina Grand Harbour is open for goods of the non-cargo variety — Mr & Mrs Smith
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With a Med-themed whitewashed exterior and a colourful, light-filled lobby, this is one of Buġibba's best hotels, and has recently undergone a thorough refurb — Lonely Planet
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The 249-room Corinthia Hotel St.Georges Bay is a large, luxurious waterside resort, with seafront sunbathing (but no beach) and a full program of water sports. — Oyster
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Situated on a private peninsula, a family-friendly resort with large seaview rooms, beach lidos, beauty centre, diving, and casino. — Afar Magazine
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Stunning views of the Grand Harbour compensate for not-so-stunning rooms in this two-star hotel in a five-star location — The Telegraph
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