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December 22, 2021

The Impact of Unfounded Statements can be Massive on the Catering Industry – ACE

The Association of Catering Establishment (ACE) is concerned about the increase in COVID-19 positive cases yet is also concerned about the dangerous statements and comments by entities and individuals on social media and other media.
December 21, 2021

MTA Welcomes the Addition of new Route by British Airways

The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association (MHRA) states that some of  the hospitality industry could suffer irreparable damage if wage subsidies that support thousands of workers and which are in place till end 2021 are stopped by Government, and are not extended till at least March 2022.
December 12, 2021

MHRA calls for Wage Supplement Extension

The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association (MHRA) states that some of  the hospitality industry could suffer irreparable damage if wage subsidies that support thousands of workers and which are in place till end 2021 are stopped by Government, and are not extended till at least March 2022.
December 7, 2021

Noni wins Best Overall Restaurant in Malta

The Definitive(ly) Good Guide to Restaurants Awards Ceremony sponsored by the Malta Tourism Authority, Global Payments and Nestle (Malta) representing Buondi held its Annual Restaurant Awards Ceremony on Monday 6th December at The Grand Ballroom of the Radisson Blu Resort & Spa, Golden Sands
December 5, 2021

Malta Tourism Strategy Launched for the next Ten Years

  Added:  4 December, 2021   After 11 months of public consultation with all sectors involved in hospitality and tourism, the Malta Tourism Authority has launched the Malta Tourism Strategy until 2030.   With the theme of Recover.Rethink.Revitalise, this strategy will be divided into 22 more targeted strategies which, through a long-term plan, will achieve 125 goals. These objectives should be reflected in 145 actions for Maltese tourism to recover and be sustainable.  This strategy will be based on the principles of quality, sustainability, tourism experience, connectivity efficiency, housing development management, human resource challenges, branding, digitization, and significantly, the inclusion […]
November 10, 2021

Increase of 44.3% in Tourism Expenditure between Jan – Sept 2021

Added: 10 November 2021   Total inbound visitors for September 2021 were estimated at 159,304, while total nights spent amounted to 1,255,908.   Inbound Tourism: September 2021 During the month under review, a total of 149,760 inbound tourists visited Malta for holiday purposes, followed by 6,307 tourists for business purposes. The largest share of inbound tourists were aged between 25-44 (44.2 per cent), closely followed by the age bracket 45-64 (27.8 per cent) (Table 1). French and Italian residents comprised 19.6 per cent of total inbound tourists (Table 5).   The largest share of guest nights (80.3 per cent) was […]
November 24, 2021

Transforming Tourism in Malta

After 24 years at the Malta Tourism Authority, Chief Marketing Officer Carlo Micallef is an eyewitness to the evolution of the island’s tourism sector.
August 13, 2019

A Touch of Gold in Attard

With fresh ingredients, a host of seasonal dishes and a selection of choice wines, diners can expect an unforgettable gastronomical experience at The Golden Fork. Located in Attard, The Golden Fork is a new addition to the Maltese restaurant scene, and its owner, Chef Letizia Vella, is all set to ensure her guests enjoy their time and meal at her establishment.
November 12, 2019

Valletta Cruise Port – Where Excellence meets Opportunity

The Valletta Cruise Port is one of Malta’s most picturesque areas with nineteen historic warehouses dating back to the 18th Century to the late Baroque period. Grandmaster Pinto saw the potential of this area and further developed it into an area where connections can be made a lot easier for trade. The area later saw the construction of the first Power Station, that serviced the island and ultimately pushed the area to become a prime spot.
June 17, 2021

Holidays, Hugs and Hope: Post-Pandemic Travel Trends

For many of us, the last year has felt more like a penal sentence than health precaution. Worldwide the hospitality industry has been one of the hardest hit during the pandemic.
April 28, 2021

Comfort and Sustainability. The Hotel of Tomorrow is Already Here.

Added: 29 April 2021 The new formats focus on the environment and digitisation, but without forgetting new types of rooms and larger common areas.   Comfort, multi-functionality and a green approach. These are the keywords of tomorrow’s hotellerie, as perceived by Nicola De Pellegrini, architect and designer with a focus on the hotel sector. “In the past few years, the question for the sector has always been how to acquire younger consumers and how to ride the new trends,” he said in an interview with Il Sole Ore Sole 24 Ore. He stressed that the new generations are much more […]
April 22, 2020

A Knack for Logistics

A visit to Unistores Ltd. facility led Kristina Cassar Dowling to discuss the ins and outs of logistic services in Malta. Tonio Ciantar shares his account of the company’s recipe for success. Unistores (Services) Ltd. is a logistics service company that forms part of FG & Co Group and which also focuses on retailing, food services and construction materials in Malta.
June 17, 2021

Daring to be Different

Hugo’s is a self-proclaimed “dareto- be-different” chain of hotels which captures the glamour and vibe of the Maltese islands. The flagship 4 star H Hotel comprises of 161 guest rooms and suites, combining modern and classic art with cutting edge technology and architectural innovations, creating a unique and sophisticated guest room experience.