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PEBBLES RESORT - ST. PAUL'S BAY MALTA

5 minute walk to the coastal Mediterranean sea.

The 231 luxurious bedrooms of Pebbles Resort, spread over 5 floors, are all fitted with flat-screen TV's showing satellite channels, tea and coffee facilities, private bathroom with hairdryer, daily replenished toiletries and walk-in shower, air conditioning and central heating, electronic door locks, a daily cleaning service, electronic smoke detector, and either a balcony or terrace overlooking the pool, or a city view.

4 STAR RESORT WITH LUXURIOUS AMENITIES

Choice of Rooms and Suites

RANGE OF SERVICES

Discover the

Maltese Islands

One bus ride away from the UNESCO World Heritage Capital City Valletta, with 16th century architecture and St. John’s Co-Cathedral.

From top left clockwise: Popeye Village (7 min. drive); Mdina, the silent city (10 min. drive); Valletta, European Capital of Culture (20 min. drive); Selmun palace, the red tower (7 min. drive)

DISCOVER MALTA
VARIETY OF FOOD

Restaurants at Pebbles

Adding to your welcoming stay offered by our friendly staff at Pebbles Resort, you will get the chance to savour some excellent cuisine in any one of the 4 restaurants available, all serving different specialities from around the world, or you can let your hair down and relax in one of the 2 bars found on the premises.

ALL THE BELLS AND WHISTLES

Range of Services

A seasonal outdoor pool together with an indoor pool and jacuzzi, as well as a fitness centre are available free of charge to all of our guests. Free street Parking is available around the hotel perimeter.

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Festive

Season

It's time to be jolly. At Pebbles we would love to extend the festivities by offering you special prices on accommodation

You can download the menu with all the details by clicking on the button below. Contact us for more information.

FESTIVE SEASON MENU

Christianity has almost 2000 years of history in Malta. According to tradition, it was brought to the Islands by none other than the Apostle Paul himself in around A.D. 60.

``And later we learned that the island was called Malta. And the people who lived there showed us great kindness, and they made a fire and called us all to warm ourselves...``
St. Luke - Acts of the Apostles (XXVIII)

Highlights of a Trip

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