Santana Hotel

The Hotel Santana is excellent located, just a couple of minutes walk from the promenade, bars, restaurant and Maltaqua dive centre.

The four star Hotel Santana will sure satisfy your expectations no matter why you visit. The personalized service, comfortable accommodation and facilities will make your stay here a memorable one. 
The Hotel Santana offers an excellent location in the resort of St. Paul’s Bay. It is only a few minutes’ walk from the promenade, a sandy beach, shops, bars, restaurants, Maltaqua dive centre, public transport and many other recreational facilities. 
With the 200 guestrooms of the 4 star Hotel Santana a varied mix of Standard and Superior rooms and a small number of Suites are available. The guest facilities include a rooftop pool with children’s section and sun terraces and  there is an indoor pool and Wellness facility.

The main restaurant, Moire, serves a buffet style breakfast,  lunch and dinner. The Italian Trattoria, La Mentha, serving a variety of Mediterranean dishes, pastas and pizzas is open in the evenings and there is also a licensed Cafeteria, which is open from early morning until late.

All the rooms are decorated in warm Mediterranean styles with vibrant colours and all feature air-conditioning, mini bar, TV, ceiling fan, safety box (at a small charge), balcony and bathroom with shower and toilet.
The rooftop swimming pool has a special section for small children and enjoys  beautiful panoramic sea and country views. For those who like quieter moments, there are two other sunbathing terraces in addition to the top terrace where the pool is located. Sunbeds and umbrellas are available at no charge and there are also fixed shaded areas.The adjacent pool bar is open in high season and serves a choice of snacks, ice creams and beverages.

There is also an indoor pool with whirlpool, sauna, massage & beauty treatment rooms which is open all year round except for August.
Maltaqua was founded in 1970 by Mike and Agnes Upton, both CMAS National Instructors, PADI Staff Instructors and BSAC Advanced Instructors who have both logged thousands of dives since they started diving in 1968
Diving in Malta is easy. At most sites you can drive virtually to the waters’ edge, kit up and jump into the clear, warm, azure sea. The bottom shelves down in steps to reach 25 to 30 metres within a 5 minute swim, offering a choice of diving depths to suit each level of ability. The rock has been eroded to produce caves, caverns, overhangs, swim-throughs and the most spectacular scenery. There are no tides and few currents so you can throw away your tide tables and dive when you feel like it.
The Island is large enough to offer a sheltered side when the wind blows but small enough to allow a drive to any site within 30 minutes.

There are several easily accessible wrecks, the largest being the recently sunk, 105 metres "El Faroud", lying in 35 metres at Weid-iz Zurrieq (Blue Grotto).

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