115 The Strand

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

115 The Strand, Gzira, Sliema, Island of Malta, GZR 03, Malta
115 The Strand Aparthotel
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75%

Satisfaction Average
Excellent
23%
56
Very Good
28%
69
Average
24%
59
Poor
11%
28
Terrible
11%
28

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 60% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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  • Families67
  • Couples47
  • Solo57
  • Business68

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"The Strand""The Strand"

Fortizza, Sliema, Malta 2010Fortizza, Sliema, Malta 2010

Public beachPublic beach

Childrens play areaChildrens play area

Forum Posts

Discount Stores

by harveysmith

Can anyone recommend a home furnishing discount store? Need to buy a rug and other home furnishings.

Re: Discount Stores

by qaminari

You've asked several questions that seem to have much more to do with living in Malta than travelling there (VT is a travel website!), I would suggest you try one of the many forums for expats in Malta such as www.expatsmalta.com, www.britishexpat.com/expatforum/malta/index.php (maybe forums for other nationalities living abroad too), www.alloexpat.com/moving_to_malta_forum/; and I would have thought there were shopping websites/blogs/forums aimed at locals, with information in English.

Re: Discount Stores

by Xemx

Try JB Stores http://www.jbstores.com/ their prices are pretty good. The closest shop to Sliema is in l-Iklin. Sliema is not exactly somewhere where you will find discount furnishing stores. You might pick up a few cheap things at the "Tal-Lira" shops http://www.tal-lira.com/default.asp There is one shop at The Strand, Sliema.

Travel Tips for Sliema

Sliema

by call_me_rhia

Sliema – originally named Tas-Sliema is a city axcross the of just under 15000 inhabitants across the water from La Valletta’s Marsamxett harbour. It is predominantly a modern town, with a long seafront promenade, plenty of unassuming buildings and lined with hotels, bars and restaurants. Here and there, unexpectedly, you can find the odd old and beautiful church… a touch of charm in an otherwise bland location. I chose to stay in Sliema for a simple reason: it was my first trip with my baby (3 months and a half) and needed a place with little traffic, clean air, and the chance to go for long walks – and near La Valletta for some sightseeing. Sliema, in this respect, is the perfect location.

Need a Lilo?

by joanj

As there are no beaches to speak of in Sliema, the locals (and hardy visitors) sunbathe on the rocks below the promenade.

If I were you I would take a lilo or something to cushion the hardness of the rock. There are small ladders that you can climb from some of the rocks into the sea.

Beware there are no lifeguards, so do ask the locals regarding the depth etc of the water.

Be vigilant and aware.

Swimming And So On

by steventilly

There’s an abundance of swimming facilities around here – well, it’s called the sea. But more than that, there are swimming clubs and water polo clubs at various points along the coast and right up to St Julian’s. Most of the clubs are members only but allow paying” guest” during the daytime. By night it seems fully members only, with polo games or practice sessions in full swing.

Wander around those laid back streets

by Bigs

I think most visitors are only exploring the promenade in Sliema or go shopping in one of the shopping centres....

What I really liked about Sliema were the qualm and narrow streets behind the waterfront.

You find bakeries there or little shops selling fruits and ice cold drinks...and you find those beautiful balconies on every house there, one nicer than the other...

Road that joins St.Julians to Sliema

by Elly01

This is the road that joins St.Julians to Sliema. If you follow this road you will end up in Sliema and the Strand of the Sliema Promenade. This photo was taken coming from the Sliema direction just opposite the Church of Balluta which is a small village that joins Sliema and St Julians. Just opposite the church there is Neptunes sports club and a little sandy bay which is not good for swimming as the sea is contaminated.

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Address: 115 The Strand, Gzira, Sliema, Island of Malta, GZR 03, Malta