Hyatt Regency Malta will be located only a short walk from the beach and marina, and less than 20 minutes from Malta’s international airport and the UNESCO World Heritage City of Valletta.
It was a busy year for Malta, with Valletta name the European Capital of Culture, and the island also hosting the first European TropOut Festival in September. Boasting 300 days of sun a year, the archipelago has a wealth of history and culture, stunning landscapes and a warm climate, which makes Malta appealing to the British traveller.
Having retained for a third consecutive year the top spot on the European Rainbow Index 2018, the new training website provides in-depth information about Malta’s path to becoming an inclusive LGBTQ+ destination.
The airline hopes its combined operations out of Valletta will deliver 3.1 million customers next year, an increase of 15 per cent on 2018 figures.
Halfway between Gibraltar, on the tip of the Iberian Peninsula to the west, and the Egyptian port of Alexandria to the east, Malta has for centuries been crossroads for civilisation. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole lands for a short break and discovers a culture-led destination comfortable with a rapidly growing number of visitors.
An elder statesmen of local hospitality, and packed with elegance and luxurious charm, Corinthia Palace Hotel is an oasis at the heart of Malta. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole calls in on this historic venue.
Corinthia Hotel St George’s Bay forms part of Malta’s leading upscale international brand, Corinthia Hotels. Opened in 1995, the hotel seeks to offer a passion for craftsmanship and an understanding of world-class service. Here Breaking Travel News editor Chris O’Toole discovers more on a spring visit to the Mediterranean destination.