There is no denying the negative effect COVID
19 has had on all the Hospitality and Tourism
industries. Horeca Magazine spoke to the
leaders of the main political parties in Malta for
their respective views on the situation and their
ideas and plans as a way forward.
Horeca Magazine speaks to Howard Keith Debono, president of the Malta Entertainment Industry & Arts Association, who assesses the impact of various event cancellations on the Tourism and Hospitality industries.
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 […]
Added: 9 November, 2021 The Maritim hotel in Mellieħa has invested € 6.5 million in a project which includes the construction of fifty-nine new rooms in addition to the existing hotel as well as the renovation of the building attached to the same hotel with three other new rooms – all incorporated within the Maritim Antonine Hotel & Spa. These details were announced at a news conference by the Minister for Tourism and Consumer Protection Clayton Bartolo, in the presence of the Director of the Maritim hotel, Adrian Buttigieg. The minister pointed out that this investment […]