Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort

  • Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort
  • Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort
  • Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort
  • Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort
  • Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort
  • Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort
  • Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort
  • Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort
  • Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort

Perfectly located by the water’s edge, overlooking the stunning St. Georges Bay, the Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort is part of the Corinthia Beach Resort which includes the Corinthia Hotel St George. A great place to watch the world go by and still be in the midst of the action, the hotel sits conveniently right on the picturesque coastline. It has its own private beach club, with easy access to the shore and a fully-equipped water sports centre. The neighbouring town of Paceville is only a short walk away, putting you in easy reach of local nightlife. Spoilt with both a wonderful location and impressive facilities, this resort provides an ideal Mediterranean coastal escape.

Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort is located in St. Julians, Malta, and forms part of the Corinthia chain of Hotels. Corinthia was founded by the Maltese family Pisani in Malta in 1962. The Pisani family sees Corinthia as a family-inspired hotel which makes this one of the biggest values of Corinthia, as they call “Spirit of Corinthia”. Corinthia wants to treat and look after guests as if they are welcomed back home. The company wants to support and positively encourage all the employees so that they can enjoy their work. Corinthia wants to focus on giving honest and discrete service. The mission and vision of Corinthia is based on the ‘Craftsmanship of Care’-philosophy which embraces the values of Authenticity, Passion, Understanding and Precision.

Less opulent than its five-star neighbour, the Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort, is modern, fresh and young by comparison. A linear and minimalist design is embellished with contemporary art that includes works by local artists that are exhibited and also sold on request. Rooms at the Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort are contemporary with tiled floors and a fresh, simple, Mediterranean style. All rooms have a balcony and sea view and family rooms and connecting rooms are available, as well as 10 suites and a Presidential Suite for those who want an extra quid in terms of space and luxury during their holiday.

There is a wide selection of food and drink at the many restaurants that are shared with the Corinthia Hotel St George’s Bay as well as in the modern cafes located within the Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort itself like the atmosphere of the Vinotheque Wine Bar and Bistro recalls the streets of Paris while the Da Marina Restaurant is ideal for lovers of Italian cuisine with home-made pasta, delicious pizzas, good steaks and much more. If you want a dinner at the top, you cannot miss the Caviar and Bull, popular among the rich Maltese, thanks to its modern Mediterranean and European cuisine, including a wide range of caviar, of course. Instead the Buddhamann is an Asian restaurant with glass walls and a beautiful terrace overlooking the sea. If you’re with kids, or just want something more casual, relax with a beer and a burger at the American-style Henry J Beans restaurant or if you’re in the pool there’s always the Broadside Terrace grill and cocktail bar. If you want to see something beyond the hotel’s culinary options, you can leave the resort and find many bars and restaurants within walking distance of the hotel.

Outside, the multi-level pool terraces offer plenty of sun loungers like in a typical five-star resort. Plus remarkable is the fortified tower of the 17th century (built by the Knights of St. John to defend the bay) which is next to the children’s pool. Seven outdoor pools (one for adults only, one for children and one beach) plus whirlpools, and this is just the beginning of the many possibilities to enjoy relaxation in Malta. Sea lovers will have easy access to the crystal clear waters off the rocky coast, which has been awarded Blue Flag status for water quality and environmental management. There is also a bit of sandy beach ideal for children, as well as the public beach just behind the bay.

If you visit the hotel in winter, do not worry because you will be able to use your swimsuit thanks to the heated indoor pool overlooking the outdoor terraces, as well as a hot tub, sauna and gym. The on-site water sports center offers everything from jet-skiing to paragliding, and there’s a dedicated dive school. When you feel satisfied with the activities carried out, the Spa will be the perfect place to enjoy a wide range of treatments, including outdoor massages in a gazebo, in summer.

The Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort is a four-star hotel located in the St Julian’s area north of Malta. The hotel overlooks the enchanting bay of St. George’s with its sparkling waters and its swinging boats. The Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort is just a few minutes walk from Paceville with all its bars, restaurants and clubs. Nearby there are many buses useful to visit the rest of the island, as well as several taxi companies.


Splendidly located at the mouth of a picturesque St. George’s Bay in St Julian’s, this unique seafront resort is far 10 minutes from Valletta and 15 km from Malta International Airport. The Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort is shielded from the busy party-time vibe of the area, but is just two minutes’ walk from all the facilities of Paceville. Situated on the waterfront of St. George’s Bay, just five minutes from a sandy beach, this beach is lovely in summer because beyond the stunning views, it is backed by copious bars, fast-food outlets and clubs as well as restaurants that will appeal even to those not drawn to Paceville’s other offerings.


St. Julians
STJ 3301 Malta |

Value for Money

Double rooms are from just Euro 105,00 in low season; and from Euro 133,00 in high. These rates are per room and per day and include breakfast and free Wi-Fi. Rates are subject to change without prior notice.


The spacious Superior Family Rooms are the ideal place to unwind after a day of exciting activities on the island of Malta. With two Queen-size beds, a private balcony and stunning views over St George’s Bay, families can relax together in a comfortable vacation home.

When to go?

One of the first things to consider when planning a trip to Malta is the weather and how hot you would like it to be while you are away. One of the excellent things about Malta is that the climate is generally terrific as it does not suffer from extremes of temperature. It usually has a pleasant warmth because the sea breezes help to prevent the heat becoming too stifling. However, there is some variation to look at, the summers are generally dry and warm with the temperatures peaking at their highest around the 30°C mark, and this high is usually around July. In the winter the temperatures drop to around 15°C with January as the coldest month and there is an increase in rainfall at this time, although there is not much rainfall in Malta year round. So, if you are looking for uninterrupted sunshine then the summer months are the best time to visit. However, Malta is also an excellent winter destination if you want to go for a walking or activity holiday the cooler months are just the ticket, although November and December tend to be the months with the most rain. Malta really is a superb year round destination, but this said, June and August are the highest peaks of the tourist season and the island can get quite crowded at this time. It can also be a little more expensive during these months. Between February and June the prices are a bit cheaper and there are fewer tourists and this makes some of the attractions easier to traverse.

For a quieter, sunny holiday May is the time. This is just before peak season offering warm weather, lighter crowds and access to all the attractions. For a busy holiday in the sun then the peak months of June and July would be an excellent choice where you can enjoy fun in the sun amongst the other holiday makers. For a cooler, quiet holiday then September or October is the best time. The end of September will still enjoy some heat but it is likely to be fresher than the summer months cooling further into October. This is a particularly excellent time for a walking holiday as the lower temperatures and thinning crowds are perfect for this kind of activity holiday without feeling stifled in the heat.

Our Special Readings

Landscapes of Malta

A picture is worth a thousand words; so it follows that videos are even more valuable. Stargaze Production published a film on Vimeo entitled Landscapes of Malta in 4K resolution. Starting off with aerial views from inside an airplane, the video moves onto the Xwejni Salt Pans, Żebbuġ in Gozo and across five other locations within the first minute. The 3:10-minute snapshot of Malta’s three islands captures the beauty of the Mediterranean archipelago in beautifully-crisp and clear images filmed through time-lapse footage.

If you weren’t already considering a trip to one of Malta’s islands, we have a feeling you will be after this video. Before you embark on your Mediterranean escape, check it out all our articles about Malta to find out more tips to plan your holiday in Malta in the best way ever.  And when it comes to accommodations, the Marina Hotel Corinthia Beach Resort is high on our list of favorites.

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Special City Guide: Malta

Steeped in prehistoric ruins, tales of the Knights of St. John and 7.000 years of history, Malta, along with neighbors Gozo and Comino, is a cultural powerhouse. Bleached by centuries of Mediterranean sun, Malta’s capital, Valletta, and the fortified Mdina guard art treasures, palaces and mighty cathedrals. Modern visitors aren’t the only ones who have found Malta alluring: With its Siculo-Arabic language, Italian-inspired food, British pubs and phone boxes, it’s apparent that throughout history everyone has wanted a taste of this remarkable island.

Malta’s craggy coastline has beautiful sandy beaches, most of which are the island’s north coast. Mellieha Bay, Malta’s largest sandy beach and Birzebbugia attract families with watersports, fun activities and shallow waters. Snorkel in the brilliant aquamarine seas at Blue Lagoon or catch the stiff northern breezes windsurfing off Ghallis Rock. Divers plunge into the deep blue to explore the reefs, caves and wrecks off Gozo and Comino. Even in midsummer, Gozo’s dune-flanked Red Beach is rarely crowded.

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