Monthly Archives: August 2011

Luxury Weekend Break at the Grand Hotel Excelsior

The summer is in full bloom and the Grand Hotel Excelsior wishes to give you the opportunity to make memories that will last a lifetime. When you’re ready for something special Our Hotel is ready to welcome you with our Summer special offers.

Contact us on 21250520 or
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Maharlika at Le Grand Spa Malta

Le Grand Spa at the Grand Hotel Excelsior provides an island of calm in a hectic world.
We realize time is precious and life stressful; our aim is to ensure that you make the most of your time and reap the rewards of relaxation and restoration. Our collection of therapies has been inspired by nature and incorporates a variety of cultural touches from around the world.
Inherited from Philippine ancestors and used for Royal pampering, our unique signature Maharlika therapy uses a fusion of healing touch and ancient massage traditions to ensure physiological and mental wellbeing. It assists with relieving physical imbalance, improves blood circulation, eliminates toxins and stimulates the energy flow throughout the Body.
Every therapist has been trained by holistic spa ‘guru’ Victor Quemuel who has developed the wonderful art of Maharlika therapy.
Le Grand Spa Signature Maharlika Thread Peeling Facial: 90 minutes, 120 Euro
Le Grand Spa Signature Maharlika Foot Ritual: 45 minutes, 50 Euro
Le Grand Spa Signature Maharlika Pedicure: 90 minutes, 50 Euro
Le Grand Spa Maharlika Manicure: 90 minutes, 45 Euro
*Le Grand Spa Signature Maharlika Massage: 90 minutes, 120 Euro
Should you wish to book a massage or treatment at one of the Top Malta Spas contact us on +356 2319 2115 or
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Maltese Islands Celebrate Santa Marija

On Monday 15th August, the Maltese Islands celebrate the feast of Santa Marija Assumption. In the light of this religious celebration Mosta, Attard, Qrendi, Gudja, Ghaxaq and Victoria, Gozo organize spectacular feasts.
The day also commemorates the arrival of what is historically known as the Santa Marija convoy. Operation Pedestal was a British convoy of 15 merchant ships that barely made it to Malta with food, ammunition and provisions in August 1942 during the World War II. The arrival of the convoy was deemed miraculous after other convoys in previous months which had attempted to reach the island were sunk after they were bombed by the Axis of Germany and Italy.
The feast is also synonymous with a period of rest, with thousands of workers enjoying the annual shut-down and crossing over between Malta and Gozo.
Should you wish to visit one of the villages and towns celebrating this feast, please contact Josette or Chris at our Chauffeur Driven Service Office of the Grand Hotel Excelsior Malta and they will ensure you are taken to your destination of fun, intrigue and colours.
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