All inclusive hotel Malta might mean something different to visitors from the United States than it does to those from Europe. Throughout most of Europe, the all inclusive concept generally refers to a property that includes half board (breakfast and dinner) or full board (three meals daily) and perhaps a package option for a select number of complimentary beverages during the day. Americans looking for all inclusive resorts Malta are apt to be looking for something like the Club Med or Sandals concept where even water sports or other activities are part of the price. Virtually every all inclusive hotel Malta will fall in the first category.
One of the all inclusive resorts Malta that comes closest to the American concept is the 5 star Fortina Spa Resort, located on Tigne Point in Sliema. Included in the room cost are three meals daily in a choice of six restaurants; house spirits, wine, beer, and soft drinks during the day; two spa pool sessions per weekday; and even a cruise around magnificent Grand Harbour, one of the largest and most beautiful natural harbors in all of Europe. It is possible to enjoy all inclusive holidays to Malta in this large resort complex without paying extra for anything.
However, getting out and about on the Maltese Islands is what visiting this wonderful little country is all about. Even Malta Island, the largest in the archipelago, is relatively small. Public bus transportation is reliable, and you can even walk the entire circumference of Comino Island. You may want to look for all inclusive holidays to Malta included in vacation packages to fully enjoy everything the country has to offer. These are available from numerous tour operators around the world, and often include international flights, transfers between hotel and airport, hotel accommodations, most meals, and several tours. You can put the components of these packages together yourself by using the search tools here on the Destination360 site.
Several all inclusive resorts Malta offer options that include different facilities, services, and amenities, and you can choose from them as you do from a menu. Meals and complimentary beverages are a big part of what most people choose, but many people (especially families with children) look for activities and entertainment that will keep the kids busy throughout the day. All inclusive holidays to Malta are, in fact, most popular with families who look for things such as free water sports equipment and supervised hiking and nature excursions. But other packages geared for adults include such things as all the arrangements for weddings, a rental car, and more adventurous activities like sailing and diving. The Kempinksi Resort and Spa in the countryside on Gozo Island offers all of these, and much more.
The only all inclusive hotel Malta on Comino Island is also the only hotel on the island. It has to be fairly all inclusive because the island's only dining spot is at the Comino Hotel and Bungalows. There are no cars for visitors to use except the hotel's minivan for shuttling guests between the main hotel and the bungalows, and there are no museums or other attractions that cost anything extra.