Park Hotel

Address: Graham Street, Sliema, Island of Malta, SLM1712, Malta | 4 star hotel
Searching for availability...
*Prices above are provided by partners for one room, double occupancy and do not include all taxes and fees. Please see our partners for full details.


This 4 star hotel, located on Graham Street, Sliema, is near Popeye or Sweethaven Village, Portomaso Marina, Manoel Theatre, and Cresta Dive Centre.
Map this hotel


Photos of Park Hotel

    View all photos

      Historical Traveler Reviews Park Hotel Sliema

      OK, you get what you pay for.


      Went to The Park for a 2 week break. Rooms were ok, clean but a little shabby, bathroom could do with a bit of work on it. Pool area was a bit miserable but again clean. Food was fine, not exceedingly good but not appallingly bad either. The bar in the evening was a bit boring but then we went out most nights so it didn't bother us. The massive plus for us was that it was so central. We were able to explore all over the island from where we were using the local buses/ferry. We would go back to Malta and we would go back to The Park, it was cheap and cheerful, a brill location for us and as long as you remember how much you are paying and the fact that it is only a 3 star hotel you will enjoy it.

      Not a 4 star hotel at all!


      I stayed a week at the Park Hotel, Sliema, and I was greatly disappointed. Most of the staff was not friendly and some of it were quite disaggreable. The rooms were not properly cleaned, a friend of mine staying in the next room even found an old package of fish and chips under the bed! The sheets were never changed and were of very bad quality for an hotel of 4 stars. One of the lift didn't work (and we were staying on the 5th floor!). The swiming pool was very small. The food was nice, but again we had to complain that the cups and dishes were dirty.

      Overall rate is 2 stars for this hotel and I will not stay at this hotel when returning for holydays in Malta.

      A mixed bag


      My new wife and I stayed in the Park 2 years ago and we thought that the hotel clearly deserved its 4 Star rating. However we have just stayed there for a 2 week honeymoon and the Park's rating does seem to be on the slide. Staff are on the whole friendly but when we arrived they barely spoke to us and did not congratulate us, we were upgraded as honeymooners but it felt like a forced duty, the room was in dire need of proper attention. We didn't feel that the same extra mile service we'd received in the past was there, much of the general condition of the place has deteriorated.

      The meals were standard as usual and the menus switched were amended and altered up to an hour before main meals.

      For a location its a perfect to pick up the inbound buses to Valletta and is a ideal for a romantic stroll down the promende.

      The maltese in the past have been very honest, warm people, however the changes in Malta since the end of the 90s has seen a vast change in the attitude of the average young melitan. We unfortunately left some smal sterling within our luggage unlocked during the weeks and discovered ater that around £50 was missing. Around 10 lire was also unaccounted for during the week, but since we had come to trust the Maltese we at first could not believe that it was stolen. Our advice is lock your luggage or utilise the hotel safes.

      With a little T.L.C the Park would be a wonderful place to spend a honeymoon though sadly not in time for us.

      Never a 4 star


      The Park is never a 4 star the rooms are no more than a 2 star. The spa is a joke the whirlpool is still not working and the food is bland and alomst the same everyday. The location is first class the roof top poll is OK. The staf are very good in all a very mixed bag would I stay there again? NO.

      Very friendly staff


      Just returned from Two weeks at the Park Hotel (4/05).

      As previously stated the hotel has become a little 'tired' and could do with freshening up if it is to remain as a 4* hotel.

      Staff were very friendly and the room was cleaned daily.

      Indoor pool was small but adequate. The Jacuzzi broke down in the first week and was still broken when we left.

      The outdoor pool is on the roof and there are plenty of sunbeds to use.

      Food was good and there was a reasonable choice. We stayed half board but ate out a couple of times for a change. There are plenty of restaurants within walking distance. Wine is relatively cheap although beer is in line with UK prices.

      The bus stop is nearby and you can go most places by bus which is cheap and efficient.

      All in all we had a great time and would recommend Malta to anyone.

      Great holiday


      Arrived early hours of August 17th 2004, for our first trip to Malta. Hotel staff were very friendly although surroundings a little shabby in places. Breakfasts were fantastic, whole range of foods and plenty of it. Something to suit everyone!

      There is a bus stop just around the corner from the hotel, which travels to most places around the island of Malta.

      The bar prices were a little steep, The hotel room was a reasonable size, and beds were comfy!! The air conditioning- was very good however turns off when you open the patio door. Showering facilities were also very good, the shower was very powerful, but painful when sunburnt. I would recommend this hotel.

      Park Hotel, Sliema - good choice


      On arrival in the early hours at the Park, we were consigned (literally) to Room 101! OK, it's not 4-star by British standards, but we were satisfied with the comfortable room with TV, AC, fridge and bath. Good idea, however, to pack a travel kettle with a UK plug.

      The staff were all friendly and helpful and the food was plentiful including one night with Maltese cuisine. The drinks were reasonably priced.

      I think they have one CD for the piped music - OK if you like Frank Sinatra and Acker Bilk!

      Sliema is an excellent location for getting all around the island on the old but cheap buses, all of which we got from the front road about 50 yards from the hotel. Don't bother with the tour companies' tours. The harbour cruise is worthwhile from Sliema ferry.

      On our last day we asked at reception and were allowed to keep our room until our departure at 2pm.

      Very enjoyable holiday with good climate in mid-June. And no Euros, 'speed bumps' or small children!

      Looked forward to my stay at the Park


      Looked forward to my stay at the Park, an alternative to the Waterfront which was full, however was very disappointed. Does not deserve its 4 stars. The spa was almost always closed adn was not very clean looking. The towels were very thin and the room shabby. The food was the worst though. There was hardly any fruit and what there was had fly covers on but there were flies inside on the fruit. Frequently had to ask for dishes on the buffet to be replaced as they were empty and had just been left. At times staff said no, had all gone then a few minutes later appeared with another plateful. Went down tho the Waterfront for a meal one night - was so hungry and desperate for good, nicely served food!

      Spring Break


      A friend and I took an early spring break at the Park Hotel. Although basically the hotel is ok and staff are friendly the hotel is very shabby and uncared for in certain areas. Reception furniture is worn and silk flower arrangements dusty and old. The spa is a disaster and gives the impression of being unhygienic. Our first bedroom was at the front of the hotel but noise from the road was so bad that we requested a move and were given a room at the back, which was quieter certainly but had no view at all apart from back of the buildings opposite. The rooms are basic, not thoroughly cleaned, floors did not appear to be touched at all during our weeks stay and the bathroom was horrible. Stained and chipped fittings and an unpleasant smell present most of the time. Towels were also very thin and over-used. Meals were ok with plenty of choice. It is a great pity that the hotel cannot be 'tidied up' before it becomes too down at heel.

      Di and Sue

      Malta & Gozo were great fun!


      In April 2004 we visited the Islands of Malta and Gozo, Republic of Malta in the Mediterranean. We spent there 12 days ? I wish, we could have stayed much longer! In Malta we stayed at the Park hotel, in the town of Sliema. Sliema is a touristy town, across the harbour from the capital city of Valetta. The Park hotel is on the North shore, but on a small side street - not much traffic. But nearby there is a bus stop, with very frequent service to Valetta and to everywhere elso on the islands. Two blocks away is a ferry terminal, from where you can take cruises around Valetta & Malta, as well as ferries to Gozo & Sicily. The Park hotel is nice4, but not one of those huge tourist monsters, which I hate. There is a good restaurant, a bar, an indoor swimming pool, a hot-tub etc. Around there are many restaurants, tourist agencies, stores etc. There is also Internet access, a laundry, etc. All not too expensive. In summertime there is easy access to the sea. In Gozo we stayed at the luxurious Ta Cheng hotel ? an experience all by itself! you stay in separate cabins, or in exotic "beehive" cottages, which are really something else! There are numerous indoor and outdoor pools, hot tubs, heated pools etc. There are all kinds of luxury, a verdant vegetation, beautiful views of the sea and cliffs. Good restaurants, lounges etc. A real paradise for rest and recuperation! But rather pricey. Both island offer numerous sightseeing opportunities: ? Prehistoric ruins ? the oldest standing buildings on earth, anywhere (4,600-3,500 BC, a thousand years older than the Egyptian pyramids!). That includes above-ground temple complexes (Tarxien, Ggantea, etc), or underground burial-temple complexes (Hypogeum); 35 separate sites in all. ? Spectacular fortifications built by the Maltese Knights of St. John. Valetta, Victoriosa and other fortified towns are the best examples. There are bastions, towers, gates etc. In addition, there are palaces, auberges, cathedrals, armouries, churches, hospitals, etc from the times of the Knights. ? Arabic-style walled cities, with narrow winding streets etc. Mdina, Rabat, Mgarr, Victoria etc are the best examples. ? Numerous remains of the various people who inhabited Malta: Phoenicians, Romans, Arabs, Italians, Spanish, French, British. Especially of note are the village and town churches. ? The cliffs, caves, rocks etc on the shores of both islands. There is the Blue Grotto, the Fungus Rock, the Calypso Cave, etc, etc, etc. ? The legends and fables surrounding Malta are numerous. There apparently St Paul was shipwrecked in 60 AD & converted Maltese to Christianity. (There are catacombs and underground churches from Roman times). Odysseus (Ulysses) spent 7 years with the nymph Calypso in her cave in Gozo. The Knights were subject to a terrible siege by the Ottoman Turks in the 16th century, but defended Malta successfully with 500 knights against 50,000 Turks. Corsairs from Africa raided the island over centuries ? hence all those fortresses. In WW2 the nazis tried to take Malta, but the Maltese withstood the bombing ? the worst in history. And so on. For the sports-minded there is sailing, swimming, snorkeling etc during the summer. The islands are small; you can really walk anywhere. But there are also: busses, tours, rental cars and ferries.

      TripAdvisor Reviews Park Hotel Sliema

      3.00 of 5 stars Good

      Travel Blogs from Sliema

      Wow! Malta

      A travel blog entry by petkatravels on Jun 06, 2014

      13 photos

      ... ruled in Malta-the Phoenicians, the Romans, the Knights of St John, the English. Peter took a photo of the knights one.
      The cafe reminded us very much of the cafe we went in Buenos Aires to watch the tango. Sadly as our memories are not good enough to remember the name of the cafe in Buenos Aires, will have to find it in our blog once home.We also walked along St John Street- the same name of the street of my childhood home ...

      Island of Gozo

      A travel blog entry by joanna.rath on Jun 04, 2014

      10 photos

      ... pre-historic giants because of the size of the stones used, with the largest stone weighing around 57 tonnes. No one knows how the stones were put in place and the quarry was a kilometre away.

      The Azure Window at Dwejra (a huge natural arch in the cliff) was amazing. We were allowed half an hour here and I could have spent twice as long just taking photos from different angles.

      The Inland Sea, also at Dwejra, is a cliff-bound lagoon fed by the sea from a ...

      The Malta Music Awards

      A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Feb 09, 2014

      22 photos

      ... the reply was 'Unfortunately not, but tickets for tonight are only 10 euros.’ Why had we passed up the free tickets Nicole’s auntie had offered?!

      We joined back with the group and went in Chrissy’s car to a restaurant called Sofra for lunch. The staff were rude, but the food was tasty! Afterwards everyone split to go home and get the paint out of their hair.

      I was so exhausted, but hearing the MMAs rehearsal music had gotten Nicole and I ...

      Why be ordinary, when you can be extraordinary?

      A travel blog entry by caitlinnelson on Jan 07, 2014

      3 comments, 7 photos

      ... I give up!’ when I found a store called Promod. I bought a t-shirt, some pants, a jumper and a dress. Success! It’s going to be hard to prioritise my backpack when I leave…

      When Lars finished work I met him at Café Jubilee. We had a drink together and then ordered a cheese plater. We were waiting for about 45 mins for the darn cheese platter and I was so hungry! I hung my head in ...

      The Maltese Islands

      A travel blog entry by k_tworldtravels on Sep 13, 2013

      51 photos

      ... countryside. The islands capital, Valletta, seems to sprawl half the distance of the island, when in fact it is all of the outlying towns that meld together to form one large city. Malta is composed of three islands; Malta itself, its smaller sister island Gozo and the tiny uninhibited island if Comino. There are plenty of wonderful and unique things about Malta, from the hand made lace to prickly pear liqueur, and from their unique fishing boats to natural and man made ...