Part of the Three Cities, which also include Birgu and Cospicua, Senglea is the cradle of Maltese history. Here, one discovers churches, palaces, forts, and the bastions that embrace and protect these beautiful old structures. Facing a recently renovated promenade, the hotel is within walking distance of the forthcoming American University of Malta and flagship yachts, such as the Maltese Falcon, which moor at the marina. The Birgu waterfront is a hive of nightlife, with restaurants, bistros, and cafés all set on the water’s edge, while that city itself is home to several wine bars, as well as national museums, such as the Maritime Museum, Inquisitors Palace, and the historical Fort St. Angelo.
MLA - Malta International Airport
Spa & Recreation
Rooftop swimming pool overlooking the Grand Harbor and the cities of Cospicua and Vittoriosa, also hosting yoga and pilates sessions
Food & Drink
Hammett’s Macina Restaurant uses local seasonal ingredients to create Maltese dishes, while the bar has an array of craft beers, wines, and spirits
Conference & Meetings
The Sheer Bastion is a rooftop venue that can host up to 1,000 standing or 300 seated. There's also a small conference room for up to 10 guests
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