Marriott Hotel and Spa to open in Malta’s St. Julian’s Bay

Marriott Hotel and Spa to open in Malta’s St. Julian’s Bay


Marriott Hotel and Spa to open in Malta’s St. Julian’s Bay ( The Malta Tourism Authority has announced that 2018 will see the launch of the Malta Marriott Hotel and Spa, following a rebrand of the current Le Méridien property.

Originally built on the grounds of a 19th century Maltese villa, the property’s unique location, just around the corner from the vibrant nightlife of St Julian’s bay offers both the tranquility of Balluta Bay and the proximity of St. Julian’s lively atmosphere.

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While Le Méridien is already classified as a five-star hotel, the redevelopment will see the hotel upgraded and refurbished with additional executive suites as well as the possibility of two additional floors.

The hotel currently has 276 rooms and suites, 14 board rooms, and 1,800 square feet of meeting space. With a meeting capacity of up to 650 guests, the hotel has always been a popular choice for corporate travel and meetings and incentive groups, as well as leisure travelers.

Peter Vella, MTA’s UK and Ireland Director says, “The redevelopment and rebranding of the iconic Le Méridien hotel in St Julian’s to the hugely popular Marriott concept is very exciting, bringing another five-star brand to our shores and adding to the already exceptional range of hotels that we are able to offer travelers and conference organizers in Malta.”

The existing property will close for refurbishment at the end of 2017 before opening its doors as the Malta Marriott Hotel and Spa in 2018.

About Malta

Malta is an archipelago in the central Mediterranean between Sicily and the North African coast. Comprising three main islands – Malta, Comino and Gozo – Malta is known for its history, culture and temples dating back over 7,000 years. In addition to its fortresses, megalithic temples and burial chambers, Malta is also blessed with 2,957 hours of sunshine, making its capital, Valletta, Europe’s sunniest city. The city has also been named European Capital of Culture 2018, which will see a huge program of cultural events rolled out. Malta is also part of the EU and 100% English speaking. Malta is famous for its diving, which attracts aficionados from around the world, whilst the nightlife and music festival scene attract a younger demographic of traveler. Malta is a short three and a quarter hour flight from the UK, with daily departures from all major airports across the country.

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