Imperial Hotel

3 star hotel


1, Rudolph Street SliemaSee nearby area

Lonely Planet review

Things move rather slowly at the Imperial, in keeping with the old-world interior (it dates from 1865) and vintage patrons. It's tucked away in the heart of residential Sliema, and inside you'll be impressed by the lobby's chandelier and grand sweeping staircase. The rooms don't quite live up to the expectations raised by downstairs, but they're comfortable and well equipped (you'll pay more for a garden/pool view and a balcony). Facilities include a courtyard garden and restaurant. There's access for guests with disabilities. Pay a bit extra for a view.

Our independent authors have visited Imperial Hotel and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Sliema, St Julian’s & Paceville.

Description provided by property

A jewel of classical and historical value, the sophisticated Imperial Hotel offers comfort throughout the elegant property, dating back to the golden Victorian age.

Upon entry you will be greeted by a grandiose 1865 lobby staircase, indicative of the Imperial Hotel’s elaborate architecture. Wander amid genuine antique furniture, including several impressive ornate mirrors and a Louis XIV mantelpiece clock.

You can also sit and admire the view from the terraces or garden and enjoy the outdoor swimming pool. An elegant lounge and TV room is available, while live entertainment is offered in the lounge bar. A buffet restaurant is available.

Conveniently situated in the heart of Sliema, a bus stop is right outside offering a useful service to nearby Valletta.


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Services and facilities

    • Facilities for disabled guests
    • Non-smoking rooms
    • Games room
    • Bicycle rental
    • Terrace
    • Garden
    • Currency exchange
    • 24-hour front desk
    • Room service
    • Car hire
    • Breakfast in the room
    • Available
    • Restaurant
    • Free WiFi
    • WiFi
    • Internet services
    • Available
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