A national treasure opened in 1947, Hotel Phoenicia has played a key role in Malta’s social and cultural history. Stars, socialites and the crowned heads of Europe have enjoyed this 5 star hotel for over 60 years. The property is set in seven acres of mature gardens, just outside the ancient city walls, and is nestled between the imposing architectural features of historical fortifications. Facilities include a heated pool with a sundeck facing Marsamxett Harbour. Various Spa treatments and massages are available, at a local charge, by qualified therapists. The hotel also offers mini golf.
The hotel’s 1930’s origins are evident in subdued colours, art deco styling, rich fabrics, and location pictures. Renovated in the year 2000, this comfortable, 4-story hotel comprises a total of 136 rooms, including 8 suites, which combine contemporary elegance with a sense of history and charm. Most standard rooms and suites overlook the hotel’s gardens and some rooms offer city views. Harbour View rooms and suites face Valletta’s fortifications.
All bedrooms are equipped with the latest facilities for both business and leisure including high speed internet access, cable TV, minibar, tea & coffee making facilities and safe.
This 1920s-style hotel features a choice of 3 restaurants, serving a combination of Maltese and Mediterranean cuisine. On the picturesque terrace of the award winning Phoenix Restaurant you can enjoy a fine dining with an international, Mediterranean and local influence. The Pegasus Brasserie is also open for dinner for those in search of an unforgettable dining experience. The Palm Court Lounge is perfect for specialty coffees, tantalizing snacks and traditional afternoon tea whilst relaxing on one of the comfortable sofas or armchairs. Often described as the Phoenicia’s best kept secret, the Club Bar features a traditional colonial design and an expertly designed cocktail list. During the summer months you can also enjoy your drinks, salads and lunch time snacks in Bastion Pool Bar.
The Mall Floriana Malta FRN 1478