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Two Pillows Boutique Hostel

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0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Two Pillows Boutique Hostel is the first boutique hostel in Malta, and it provides truly unique accommodation in the heart of this brilliant country.

Located in the very centre of Sliema – o... More...

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Granny's Inn Hostel

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0.2km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Fantastic Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Granny’s Inn Is A Family Run Hostel Which Is Ideal For Students / Travellers Wanting To Be Close To All The Action.... More...

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Corner Hostel Malta

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0.3km from city centre - Show on Map
7.9
Very good 638
  • Perfect Location
  • Superb Staff
  • Excellent Cleanliness
Free WiFi

Corner Hostel Malta is a brand new unique hostel set in a superb townhouse, in the central hub of the island, Sliema... More...

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Roma Hotel Malta

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0.4km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 79
Free WiFi

Hotel Roma is a family-run hotel situated in Malta's popular prime resort of Sliema, enjoying spectacular views of the Mediterranean coastline.

Apart from its prime seafront location within walking... More...

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Hostel 94

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0.4km from city centre - Show on Map
  • Wonderful Location
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

Hostel 94 is offering great comfort and style at fantastic prices.... More...

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The Maltese Sun

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0.4km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating
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Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

The Maltese Sun is a very central guesthouse with a super-friendly staff, comfortable rooms and according to our guests an awesome breakfast!... More...

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AM Hostel

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0.5km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
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AM Hostel is just off the Sliema seafront promenade and minutes away from the shopping centre.... More...

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Carlton Hotel

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0.5km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
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Free WiFi

Carlton Hotel Sliema Malta offers you trendy rooms in a great location at unbeatable prices.... More...

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Plaza Regency Hotels

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0.5km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 2

A 3 Star Hotel in the heart of Sliema, the Plaza Regency Hotels welcome you to a place where your satisfaction and comfort are our top priority - a hotel where you can truly feel at home.... More...

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115 The Strand Hotel and Suites

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0.7km from city centre - Show on Map
0.0
No rating 1
Free WiFi
Free Breakfast

115 The Strand Hotel and Suites consists of a number of self-catering studios, suites and classic hotel rooms, all of which are spacious, stylishly design with a modern setting.... More...

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Sliema's 2km-long promenade edges the bright blue Mediterranean Sea with views of Malta's capital Valletta, with its honey-coloured houses, across the bay. It's dotted with architecture that adds to its character, from the 18th-century Fort Tigné to the ornate Stella Maris Church. Some sections of Sliema have more of a contemporary feel, as it's developed from a tiny fishing village into a popular beach town, but you'll find plenty of traditional rows of colonnaded homes with brightly painted Maltese balconies.

Many hostels in Sliema are in the old limestone Art Deco and Art Nouveau townhouses that are scattered across this part of the island. You can stay in Malta's first boutique-style accommodation or a place with authentic tiling in the dorms and a rooftop terrace to chill on. Try a Sliema hostel with common areas covered in colourful murals or a spot with glittering sea views from the rooms. If you want to treat yourself, look for somewhere with a bubbling outdoor hot tub overlooking the water. 

Sliema Front is a promenade on the waterfront, where people stroll along the shore and dive into the Roman bath-style pools carved from the rocky coast. Many locals live in Tigné Point, a modern peninsula area with apartment buildings, a shopping mall and a cinema. Sliema extends along the seafront into St Julians, where Paceville is known as Malta's party hub. Head here to spend the evening strolling streets lined with bars and nightclubs. 

Go back in time with a trip out to Manoel Island to visit the star-shaped Fort Manoel. It was built in the 18th century by the Knights of St John, who created much of Malta's old architecture. You can get a taste of modern Maltese culture with a show at the renovated Teatru Salesjan – a 100-year-old theatre with plays and live music – or check out the creative works at the Christine X Art Gallery. 

Malta has an extensive bus network that serves Sliema well, and the town itself is compact enough to explore on foot. To see things from a different angle, jump on the water taxi towards Valletta across the bay or skipper yourself over by renting a self-drive boat. Flights land at Malta International Airport in the middle of the island. Sliema is about a 20-minute drive away, or you can take a bus which takes about an hour.

We have 10 hostels in Sliema with an average rating of 8.3 based on 1,382 reviews 10 of 10 properties available in Sliema

About Sliema

Sliema's 2km-long promenade edges the bright blue Mediterranean Sea with views of Malta's capital Valletta, with its honey-coloured houses, across the bay. It's dotted with architecture that adds to its character, from the 18th-century Fort Tigné to the ornate Stella Maris Church. Some sections of Sliema have more of a contemporary feel, as it's developed from a tiny fishing village into a popular beach town, but you'll find plenty of traditional rows of colonnaded homes with brightly painted Maltese balconies.

Many hostels in Sliema are in the old limestone Art Deco and Art Nouveau townhouses that are scattered across this part of the island. You can stay in Malta's first boutique-style accommodation or a place with authentic tiling in the dorms and a rooftop terrace to chill on. Try a Sliema hostel with common areas covered in colourful murals or a spot with glittering sea views from the rooms. If you want to treat yourself, look for somewhere with a bubbling outdoor hot tub overlooking the water. 

Sliema Front is a promenade on the waterfront, where people stroll along the shore and dive into the Roman bath-style pools carved from the rocky coast. Many locals live in Tigné Point, a modern peninsula area with apartment buildings, a shopping mall and a cinema. Sliema extends along the seafront into St Julians, where Paceville is known as Malta's party hub. Head here to spend the evening strolling streets lined with bars and nightclubs. 

Go back in time with a trip out to Manoel Island to visit the star-shaped Fort Manoel. It was built in the 18th century by the Knights of St John, who created much of Malta's old architecture. You can get a taste of modern Maltese culture with a show at the renovated Teatru Salesjan – a 100-year-old theatre with plays and live music – or check out the creative works at the Christine X Art Gallery. 

Malta has an extensive bus network that serves Sliema well, and the town itself is compact enough to explore on foot. To see things from a different angle, jump on the water taxi towards Valletta across the bay or skipper yourself over by renting a self-drive boat. Flights land at Malta International Airport in the middle of the island. Sliema is about a 20-minute drive away, or you can take a bus which takes about an hour.

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