A luxurious hotel located in heart of the trendy Maltese area of St Julian’s, the InterContinental Malta exudes an air of seemingly effortless elegance that welcomes guests to just kick back and relax in resplendent surroundings. The hotel features its own private stretch along the city’s scenic beach, where you can either splash about in the azure sea or soak up the sun on one of the many deck chairs and loungers. If that doesn’t satisfy your need for swimming and enjoying the warm weather, then head to either the stunning rooftop infinity pool, which is surrounded by a bar and a restaurant, or pamper yourself with a few hours in the indoor pool and spa centre, where you’ll also be able to enjoy a wide range of beauty and wellness treatments. A stay at this 5-star Mediterranean jewel is a treat for all of the senses, from the beautiful vistas from the infinity pool, the relaxing facilities in and around the hotel to the many options to indulge your taste buds. The InterContinental Malta features four restaurants and two bars, where either scrumptious local and international dishes can be sampled in plentiful portions, or a quiet drink can be had in great company while gazing out across the beautiful coast and city of St Julian’s.
Malta has been strategically important in the Mediterranean for thousands of years. Romans, Normans and the British are just some of the former empires that have laid claim to the island’s beauty. Experience this rich history across the island, starting from the small coastal capital, Valletta. Described by UNESCO as ‘one of the most concentrated historical areas in the world’, it boasts over 320 different monuments as well as architectural and cultural gems. The historic centre of Valletta is one of three UNESCO Heritage Sites on Malta, with the 6,000 year-old subterranean labyrinth Hal Saflieni Hypogeum and the megalithic temples of Malta and Gozo making up the other two. Built around 4,000 BC, the temples are some of the earliest freestanding structures in the world, beating Stonehenge by almost a thousand years. On Gozo, visit the natural wonder that is the Azure Window. A rock formation hollowed out by the sea, it has a wild beauty that should be witnessed before the waves devour it completely.
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