New Tower Palace Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Tower Road, Sliema, Island of Malta, SLM 12, Malta
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Satisfaction Terrible
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Value Score Poor Value

Rated 34% lower than similarly priced 3 star hotels

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  • Families15
  • Couples32
  • Solo28
  • Business22

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Forum Posts

Please , i need help, i need to find accomodation in Malta

by carolina_cl

I will go to Malta in May, and I need to find a cheaper accomodation close to Sliema.
I will be so grateful if somebody can send to me some information about it, and malta in general, education etc

RE: Please , i need help, i need to find accomodation in Malta

by lambada


Check this link out

The Plaza Regency Hotel(not Crowne Plaza) shouldn't be too expensive. You can also try the New Tower Palace Hotel. If you specify what sort of 'general information' you're after I should be able to answer you. The Maltese education system is pretty similar to the British one.

RE: Please , i need help, i need to find accomodation in Malta



So glad you r coming to Malta.
A friend of mine has a very good guesthouse located in a good prime area in Sliema.. I'm checking for prices and availability and I will let you know...

Greetings from Malta - Stefzamm

p.s. VT meeting coming up Friday, May 27th... 8.30pm

Hotel Europa in Sliema

by marijanm

Can anyone tell me something more about hotel Europa in Sliema?
What about hotel New Tower Palace? Which hotel is better?

Re: Hotel Europa in Sliema

by oRi_5

This is the website of the New tower palace..

It is a relatively new hotel coz it was totally renovated a couple of years ago. Location is very good. 5 mins walk from main shopping area, bus stop just outside the hotel, beach just outside d hotel too. Very frequent buses to many destinations.

the europa hotel ( is just round the corner. i dont really know much about it however.

I cant really comment about what they're like to stay in, since I've never been- i only know about them coz i live here! :)

Hope u can get some info from the sites!

Re: Hotel Europa in Sliema

by Billlion

Both hotels are well sited on the main sea front of Sliema, within easy walking distance of the shopping centre and rifght by bust stops, The New Tower palace Hotel is larger and probably more comfortable having been fully refurbished a few years ago


Holiday apartments in Malta??

by trichelle_inanova

I'm currently studying in Austria and living there with the family but we always love going to Malta for a vacation. We've always stayed in hotels but now we're thinking of renting an apartment which we could use maybe for a month during winter and a couple of weeks throughout the year. Can anyone recommend any good holiday apartment dealers etc....
thanks in advance

Re: Holiday apartments in Malta??

by Xemx

Hi, I would like to help you, but as I live in Malta I have never had the need to rent an apartment. However, one of my friends was very pleased when she stayed at the Comfort Inn Guesthouse in Sliema and she liked it there. The cost is around LM6.00 per person just now. Their direct email is
The address is 29 Cathedral Street, Sliema.
tel: 21334221/21312499 fax: 21332900
Alternatively you should do a search on the internet. Most of the apartment dealers in Malta are quite reputable. Feel free to contact me via email if you find something you like. Anne

Re: Holiday apartments in Malta??

by PBY

I usually stay in the New Tower Palace Hotel in Sliema, but on one occasion I rented a 3 bedroomed apartment. It was in the Rocklands Complex right next to the Tower Palace with fantastic sea views. It cost me LM27 per night for the whole place during peak season.

I booked it through Bel-Air ( with a very helpful guy named Simon.



Travel Tips for Sliema

Electricity & Plugs in Malta

by globetrott

Electricity in Malta has 220 Volt, but the plug might be different from the one that you use in your homecountry and so it will be the best to take an adaptor-plug with you, because even the big hotels obviously dont have a single plug in the rooms for the ordinary plugs of Europe.
Charging your batteries etc. will only be possible when you have the right adaptor like in my photo

Football Scarves !!! Hundreds of them

by joanj

This small cozy bar tucked away in Tigne Street, has Sky TV and screens the football matches, as well as other sports. they have two tv screens.

The collection of football scarves has to be seen. These are given by supporters frequenting the bar, and I am told there over 400 of them and he said he has the collection of the 4 English Divisions.

Cisk beer is 50c. a bottle, and he does serve snacks.

I put this under Sports activity, and though strictly not an activity, football fans would find it a talking point.

Loads of Ducks in a City !

by Elly01

Take a walk along the Sliema promenade all the way to Manoel Island which is an island adjacent to Sliema/Gzira by means of a bridge. There you will find what is called 'Duck's Village'. This 'small' village is at the edge of the sea and consists of little huts and stone bricked little houses which host many duck families. One can see many different species of ducks. Even though the place looks a bit dirty but I think its quite well kept and the ducks seem to have plenty of food. I think it was placed in a very adapt place as no one lives on Manoel Island so no one can complain about the dirt of the ducks !

Whenever I am passing by there, it seems this place is very much visited and appreciated by little children and adults :-)

Balluta Buildings

by Elly01

Balluta Buildings are one of the few eldest buildings in St.Julians/Sliema. Unfortunitly don't know alot about them however people still live in them today and the architectural style that was used to build them is so amazing. If you go close to them one can realise the great detail the architect used to build them.


by Incubus30

These horse drawn carriages are an attraction for tourists. The owners/cab drivers will guide you through the best area of the city giving you a good narration.

These carriages (karozzini in maltese) can be found in other parts of the maltese islands.


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Address: Tower Road, Sliema, Island of Malta, SLM 12, Malta