Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa has been named Malta’s Leading Spa Resort at the annual World Travel Awards, held at the Forte Village Resort in Sardinia, Italy.
The Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa is the original flagship of Corinthia Hotels, opened in 1968, and is Malta’s leading Grande Dame hotel.
Located in the heart of the island, adjacent to the Presidential Palace, the 150-room five-star Corinthia Palace exudes grace and historic charm.
The Athenaeum Spa at Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa opts for a holistic approach to wellness and beauty, aiming for total relaxation and rejuvenation of the mind, body and spirit.
The spa offers guests top-of-the-range cosmetic, medical and beauty services, designed to achieve both physical and mental wellness and balance.
The Athenaeum Spa complex further features a secluded outdoor pool, Jacuzzi, and restful steam and sauna garden – perfect for those looking to escape the outside world and reconnect with themselves.
Use of the pools and spa’s thermal floor is complimentary for all hotel guests.
“This award recognises Corinthia Palace as the ultimate haven of relaxation and pampering on the beautiful island of Malta, and we are extremely honoured to receive this accolade.
“We strive to make our guests’ stay as comfortable and luxurious as possible: with quiet and spacious rooms; first-rate spa and lounging facilities; an excellent selection of restaurants and bars; and five-star service every step of the way.
“Our guests feel revived and rejuvenated upon departure – so we know we’ve succeeded,” said David Woodward, general manager of Corinthia Palace Hotel & Spa.
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