The Maltese Archipelago lies at the crossroads of the Mediterranean and Malta, the largest island is barely 17 miles long and nine miles wide. As early as 3000 BC the islands were the home of a Neolithic Society. Temples at Hagar Qim and Mnajdra, dating back to this period, still survive today and are the oldest free standing buildings in the world.
Over the centuries came the Phoenicians, the Carthagenians, the Romans, the Arabs and the Normans and later the Order of the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem. On 13th December 1974, the islands became a Republic.
The San Mark Hotel Malta has 75 modern and fully air-conditioned bedrooms with private bathrooms, colour television, direct dial telephone, radio, tea/coffee making facility, private room safes, balcony rooms available.
Food and Drink
Services include: Room service, 24 hour reception, Foreign exchange, Laundry, Library and video rentals, Secretarial services, A la carte menu, local and international cuisine, Regular entertainment, Telefax service.
Amenities: Two passenger lifts, Swimming pool, deck area, restaurant grill, Main restaurant and bar, Sun terrace, Gift shop, Lounge, Gymnasium & Sauna.