There is no shortage of accommodation choices in Malta; from one to five star hotels, quaint family-run guesthouses, boutique hotels, Apart-hotels (combining the hotel concept with a more home-from-home feel), traditional hotels with crumbling walls and character, camping, and deluxe Spa hotels with stunning ocean views.
Patients staying in their clinic or hospital after treatment will benefit from first class facilities which feel like a swanky hotel and have all the usual mod cons like TV, air conditioning, private en-suite bathroom, and on-call nurse.
There are many discount sites on the internet offering reduced rates for four and five star hotels and extremely cheap deals can be found. Popular holiday destinations include Sliema, Saint Julians, Mellieha, and hotel prices really do vary. In Malta’s capital, Valletta, for example, a double room in a five star hotel will cost around €80 (£67, or US $100). A double room in a four star hotel will cost around €70 (£60 or US $90) and in a three star hotel around €35 (£30 or US $45). In other locations, a double in a four star hotel can cost more around the €40 mark.
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