Nestled amid lush greenery and landscaped gardens, Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa is a secluded haven. Surrounded by the Three Villages of Attard, Balzan and Lija and situated opposite the President’s Palace and adjacent San Anton Gardens, our hotel is enveloped in history, prestige and tradition. Authentic charm and understated elegance emanate from the very core of this home away from home, where every guest is assured only the highest quality of care and unparalleled attention to detail. Located just minutes from the medieval ‘silent city’ of Mdina and the cultural ambience of Valletta, Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa is the gateway into the heart of historic Malta.
Every room has been designed for unrivalled relaxation and promises exceptional comfort and tranquillity, complete with views of the hotel’s lush gardens from a spacious balcony. After a day of exploration, sunbathing or relaxing, guests can choose from an excellent array of indoor and outdoor dining options. For the ultimate in fine dining, Villa Corinthia offers a menu bursting with authentic flavour in a sumptuously elegant setting. Diners can experience a taste of the Orient in the Rickshaw Restaurant or more relaxed al fresco dining in The Summer Kitchen. Take Afternoon Tea in the Orange Grove or enjoy a delicious cocktail in the Caprice Lounge Bar or a fine vintage in the outdoor Caprice Wine Garden.
The Athenaeum Spa and Fitness Centre offers a total relaxation and rejuvenation experience for the mind, body and soul. Dedicated to a truly holistic approach to wellness, our range of both classic and unique treatments allows you the chance to fully unwind in the hands of our dedicated and highly-trained staff. Escape from the outside world and reconnect with yourself by our secluded outdoor pool and restful steam garden before making use of the Jacuzzi and sauna. Fitness-conscious guests can get their hearts racing in our fully-equipped gym, which also offers a range of fitness classes in the studio, and even improve technique with a private personal training session.
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Ideally situated in the centre of Malta, Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa is the ideal place from which to explore the island. Located just moments from the President's residential palace and the adjacent San Anton Gardens, the hotel is also a short drive away from the capital Valletta, medieval city of Mdina and many other cultural attractions. The island seamlessly morphs from day to night, and as the shops close in Valletta and Sliema, the bars, restaurants and theatres of the island start to hum. At night, the crowds move on to the many nightclubs, most of which are clustered in and around the area of Paceville. The waterfronts at Valletta and Vittoriosa are popular for their regular night cruises; while roulette, baccarat, blackjack and boule can be played at casinos.
The Neolithic sites provide awe-inspiring glimpses into the earliest civilisations, while the subterranean Hypogeum is a UNSECO World Heritage Site in its own right (visits need to be booked in advance). The Archaeological Museum in Valletta is a fascinating visit and the little that remains of the Roman legacy and the Knights of St John’s era has left a wealth of cultural masterpieces scattered across the islands. The Grandmaster’s Palace and the stunning St John's Co-Cathedral which showcases fine masterpieces by Caravaggio in Valletta are a must to see while the Maritime Museum in Vittoriosa explains Malta’s strategic role at the heart of the Mediterranean. There are numerous private museums to explore, including the folklore museum in Gozo our sister island. There are plenty rocky coves to explore, offering extraordinary swimming and diving opportunities all across the island. Small boats take visitors to the Blue Grotto caves from the scenic village at Wied iz-Zurrieq and there are water sports on offer at most beaches. Finally, take a harbour cruise around Valletta or a boat trip to the stunning turquoise waters of Comino.
There are daily open-air markets in Valletta, Marsaxlokk and Victoria (Gozo), and if you want to see souvenirs being made, go to the crafts villages in Ta’ Qali and Ta’ Dbiegi. Traditional Maltese crafts are filigree, woven goods, pottery, hand-blown glass, ceramics, dolls, lace, copper and brass items, while knitted garments are still handmade in Gozo where they tend to be practical rather than artistic.