4* secret hotel St Paul's Bay

Beautiful, bright & airy hotel near Covent Garden

Beautiful, bright & airy hotel near Covent Garden

Booking Agent Description: What's the big secret? Shhh, we've managed to get you exclusive hotel deals from our leading chain and independent hotel partners. The other guests in the hotel would be jealous if they knew how cheap your room was, so the hotel wants to keep it a secret. Check out our Top Secret Explained video for more details. Don't worry, as soon as the booking has been made we will let you in on the secret - please remember to keep it under your hat. We will also send you an email so you have a record confirming all of your booking details including the name and address of the hotel you have reserved.Fantastic location close to Oxford Street and Covent Garden, perfect for shopping and dining out. A deluxe stylish contemporary hotel you will not want to leave. Perfect for both business and leisure travellers alike as located in the heart of the West End and London's shopping district.

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Visit Malta and stay in this magnificent St Paul’s Bay secret hotel which is seaward facing. St Paul’s Bay is a small fishing village where you will almost certainly find peace and serenity; it is located far away from the crowded tourist resorts but within close proximity of the capital city, Valletta. You can try a variety of local and international cuisine at the hotel’s friendly and atmospheric restaurant. After a hard day of catching rays you can take a dip in the outdoor swimming pool and grab a cocktail while you watch the sunset – poor you! Rooms are equipped with amenities such as air conditioning, a TV, a telephone and a fridge. Staff will bend over backwards to make sure that your holiday is unforgettable.

Culture vultures who need to quench their thirst for historical knowledge should head to Valletta, which is home to glorious and ornate 16th Century architecture. The buildings in the city are influenced by numerous architectural movements; Baroque, Neo-Classical and modernism to name a few. UNESCO anointed the city as a World Heritage Site in 1980. The main attraction in Valletta is St John’s Co-Cathedral, a glorious piece of Baroque architecture. The marble floor in the Cathedral is absolutely divine and consists of tombstones. Art enthusiasts have to visit the Oratory which displays two sublime pieces of work by Caravaggio. Make sure you don’t visit on a Sunday or a public holiday as the Cathedral will not be open to the public.

The best restaurant to go to in Valletta is the brilliant Capistrano Restaurant which serves mouth watering Mediterranean cuisine. The staff are incredibly courteous and will always aid customers in their selection of wine and food when asked to do so.

Gnejna Bay is a very trendy tourist destination worth visiting located near to St Paul’s Bay. One noteworthy thing that may not be to everyone’s taste is the nudist beach. The natural scenery in the area is very grandiose due to beautiful limestone cliffs and clay slopes.

North of St Paul’s Bay is another great tourist destination of note in St Paul’s Island, which is fascinating due to it being the largest uninhabited island of Malta. A great myth is that the island featured in the ‘Acts of Apostles’ – St Paul was supposedly shipwrecked on the island while travelling to face charges in Rome. There is a famous statue of St Paul located on the island.