Corinthia Hotel St. George’s Bay
Corinthia Hotel St. George’s Bay personifies the majesty and grace of a country that, while small in size, is large in heart and history.
Experience the best of coastal Malta with a stay at Corinthia Hotel St George's Bay. With six pools to choose from, a diving school, water sports centre and a luxurious spa, it's the ideal base from which to enjoy the sunshine, history and character of this Mediterranean isle.
Rooms & suites
The rooms at St George’s Bay are designed for unrivalled relaxation and offer exceptional comfort and tranquillity to every guest. Our Family rooms are the perfect base for an unforgettable holiday with your children. Each room comes with a private balcony, from views across the island to the shimmering Mediterranean Sea, and all the luxuries you’d expect from a fine, five-star hotel.
Eat & drink
Guests at Corinthia St George's Bay have access to a stunning array of restaurants, all within a stone's throw of the water's edge. With wagyu beef and fresh seafood on offer at Caviar & Bull, Asian fusion available at Buddhamann, American-style BBQ at Henry J Bean's and much more, there's a restaurant for every day of the week. Children are also well catered for with fine family dining at Fra Martino, plus a range of special kids' menus. Browse sample dishes, discover our special dining events and plan for a great culinary holiday here.
Discover St Julian’s
St Julian’s was established initially as a fishing village, which later became a summer residence for wealthy locals and has now developed into one of the Island’s mostly sought after resort for night life and entertainment and is known for its long promenades, picturesque bays, and a wealth of restaurants. This town still retains some of its’ old dwellings and boat houses, though few fishermen remain. Aside from a buzzing day- and nightlife, this corner of Malta has a rich military history. The Saluting Battery on Valletta's historic ramparts offers spectacular views of the Grand Harbour and its surrounding fortified towns.
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