Malta All-Inclusive Holidays
Many people who decide to go on holiday in Malta opt for the all-inclusive package route. This is because their flights, accommodation and on-resort food and drinks are all paid for, making it not only easier to organise their perfect holiday, but also an excellent choice for those who need to stick to a budget.
As Malta is such a popular holiday resort there a number of reputable UK travel agents which offer all-inclusive holidays to this location. Popular travel agents include Thomas Cook, First Choice and Easy Jet. In order to get the best deal for your all-inclusive holiday to Malta, it is always a good idea to start your holiday search early, that way there will be more holiday options open to you. In addition, it is important to compare the deals offered by a range of tour operators and hotels as both the prices and the activities offered can vary considerably. In addition, it is important to remember that some of the all-inclusive hotels in Malta close during the country’s off-peak season that runs between November and March.
While the food and drink offered varies from hotel to hotel, most hotels have restaurants that provide their guests with main meals, often in a buffet style, at set times throughout the day. In addition, many hotels provide snack bars, cafes and bars to keep their visitors well-fed and hydrated throughout the day. Do remember to take into account that some items of food and drink, such as champagne or imported beers, may not be covered in the all-inclusive package.
In addition, to providing their guests with plenty of food and drink, many all-inclusive hotels in Malta provide a number of free activities at the resort, such as evening entertainment, exercise classes and children’s clubs.
There are a range of all-inclusive resorts in Malta to suit the needs of a variety of clientele, from boutique resorts that cater for fewer than 50 holidaymakers, perfect for those looking for a quiet break, through to large resorts which are geared towards families which offer a variety of facilities to keep the whole family amused. Furthermore, all-inclusive hotels in Malta range from 3-star to 5-star, which means that there is an all-inclusive holiday to suit every budget and taste.
With excellent food and drink and other facilities close to hand in the resort, it is easy to see why so many holidaymakers find it hard to drag themselves away for their all-inclusive resort. However, beyond the walls of the hotel there is plenty to see and do from relaxing on the stunning beaches to exploring Malta’s plethora of natural wonders such as the Blue Grotto. Malta is often referred to as an open air museum as it is home to a number of important historic monuments such as the subterraneous Hypogeum of Ħal-Saflieni and the country’s 11 Megalithic Temples.