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Located close to Dwejera Bay and built of pale yellow Maltese limestone, the Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz is surrounded by large subtropical gardens, overlooking the Mediterranean.
Accommodation at the Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz consists mainly of junior suites, each with a private balcony or terrace. The Deluxe Pool View Rooms are good options with a balcony with views over the pool, and a range of facilities including tea and coffee making facilities.
The spa, is a tranquil retreat with 9 spa and 5 Ayurvedic treatment rooms as well as two pools, jacuzzi and steam chamber. The spa offers marine therapy as well as classical massages and beauty treatments.
There are two restaurants (one formal, one less so) serving Maltese and Italian cuisine from outdoor terraces, plus a café and two pool-bars for drinks and light meals. The Kempinski Hotel is proud to have its own garden where the fruits and vegetables are grown, so you know that the produce is fresh.
Facilities at the Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz include three outdoor pools, an indoor pool, steam baths, state-of-the-art gym, two squash courts, two flood-lit tennis courts and a kids' club. Yoga, Pilates and aqua aerobics are also available, as well as boat trips and guided mountain biking or hiking.
The Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz also offers for bicycle and scooter rentals for those who wish to explore the island on their own. The hotel itself is not by the beach but is a short cycle or car ride to the coast so is well positioned for your adventures. Last but not least, the resort's excellent dive centre provides access to some of the best diving in the Mediterranean.
Bizarrely, the Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz is home to the largest ayurvedic spa in Europe. So if you like oil...
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