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Luxury 5* Holiday to Malta In August | Private Beach | Travellers’ Choice Award | 7 Nights | 2 Adults & 2 Kids | Flights + Hotel | Just £488 Each!

Just because you have kids in tow, doesn’t mean you have to forfeit style and luxury… check out this bespoke DIY package deal we’ve put together just for you!

Fancy a week in popular Malta with direct return flights from London Luton, for a family of 4, staying in a luxurious 5* hotel? Of course you do!

Your hotel:

You’ll be staying at the high-end, 5* InterContinental Malta (4/5 Trip Advisor rating) which has also been awarded Trip Advisor’s 2016 Travellers’ Choice award, making it one of Malta’s top 10 hotels!

Situated in the exclusive beachside resort of St Julian’s, InterContinental Malta is just seven kilometres from Valletta, Malta’s capital city, and within walking distance of some of the islands finest shopping and entertainment locations. Unwind by the lagoon styled outdoor pool, or simply enjoy a day at the private sandy beach. There’s also six restaurants and six bars, plenty for everyone to enjoy!

Your room:

Your spacious deluxe family room includes free WiFi, and the Internet-enabled TV has satellite and premium cable channels. For a treat, guests can grab a drink from the minibar, or brew a hot beverage with the coffeemaker.

Family Friendly Amenities:

  • Private beach
  • Indoor pool
  • Children’s pool
  • Free Wi-Fi
  • Soundproofed rooms
  • Children’s club (free)
  • Laundry facilities
  • Babysitting or childcare (surcharge)
  • In-room childcare (surcharge)

The total price for your hotel stay comes to £1284 for 7 nights

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Flights:

We’ve sourced these RyanAir flights which are direct and return from London Luton from £168pp.

There are cheaper flights available if you don’t mind a non-direct journey with a stop (prices from (£107) – however, we feel for the sake of a hassle-free journey, the extra £60 odd is well worth it!

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DIY package includes:

  • Based on 2 adults and 2 children
  • Direct, return flights from London Luton
  • 7 nights in an award-winning 5* hotel in a deluxe family room
  • Total package holiday cost comes to £1954

How to book these deals

Note: this is a DIY break where you book each bit yourself by clicking the orange buttons. You’ll be be sent direct to trusted sites where you can pay by credit or debit card. After booking, you’ll need to come back to this page and book the next bit of your package. If the deal above doesn’t offer the dates or features you need, try clicking the button anyway and searching your ideal package (but be aware the price may change).

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Need to buy train tickets to the airport?

Our top choice for UK train tickets is Virgin Trains – they search the whole rail network, not just Virgin routes. What’s more, they don’t add booking fees or charge you for using your credit card. Also worth a look is Trainline. They buy up seat allocations in bulk, meaning they can sometimes pass on better discounts than rivals.

Need to buy coach or bus tickets to the airport?

If you’re travelling by bus, these days National Express really makes an effort to be family friendly. With booster seats, wifi, air con and power sockets for tablets – as well as bargain prices when compared to train – they’re worth a look. With their £8 Family Coachcard kids go free.

Need to hire a car?

If you’re looking for cheap car hire, our top pick is comparison site CarRentals. Rated 9/10 on Trustpilot, it is 100% focussed on car hire comparison. It checks over 50 car hire firms to bring you the best offers.

Need an airport taxi or shuttle bus?

Save stress and money – reserve your airport taxi or shuttle bus in advance using Hoppa. This highly popular service takes the worry out of holiday pick ups.

Need airport parking?

We like Holiday Extras. It gives you lots of options and offers a lowest-price guarantee.

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