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The Best Hotels In Malta For Business Travelers, 2020


For a dreamy vacation, Malta makes up for a good option. It is a small island which is incidentally among the smallest sovereign countries in the world. Having been home to myriad civilizations, its culture is a blend of many traditions, beliefs, and practices. Even today, while it stands as a well-developed country heavily influenced by globalization, it has still not lost touch with its past. Over here, you can expect to have a wholesome touristic adventure, with scenic landscapes, crystal clear waters, friendly neighborhoods, historical monuments, and plenty of recreational activities.

There is not much convincing needed when it comes to why you should visit Malta. So, the next move should be to shortlist good accommodation facilities so that you can have a perfect vacation. A good accommodation facility will have to be judged on the basis of its room service, in-room services, latest equipment, cost, and whatnot. On the basis of these factors, I have listed down a few really good hotels in Malta. They range from expensive to budget but guarantee all possible services you should get within that price range.

  1. Casa Rocco Piccola
    Address: 74 Republic St, Valletta, Malta
    In the heart of Valletta (the capital city), Casa Rocco Piccola is right where every tourist would want to be. Offering you accommodation in a 16th-century palazzo, the hotel brilliantly maintains its old charm without undermining new-world needs. The interiors reek of spectacular antiquity whereas technological assistance has been offered to enhance the experience. From colorful and commodious rooms coming with captivating outside views to fresh Maltese food served at its dining facilities, you are up for a comfortable ride.
  2. Palazzo Prince d’Orange
    Address: St Paul St, Valletta, Malta
    Another palatial property in the heart of the capital city, Palazzo Prince d’Orange features limestone walls, classy stone stairways, and high ceilings. You can find a small fitness center and a massage room in the basement, and a communal space with polished furniture. There are well-appointed apartment rooms that come equipped with gorgeous interiors, stocked kitchen and lovely views of the city. There is no dining facility within the premises, but there exists a communal kitchen that is always stocked with snacks. You should consider walking through the nearby streets that are brimming with excellent restaurants and cafes.
  3. The Xara Palace Relaise & Chateaux
    Address: Misrah Il Kunsill, Mdina MDN 1050, Malta
    A quiet and pleasant hotel is the right description of The Xara Palace Relaise & Chateaux. What adds to its irresistible charm is the fact that it has got all the prime attractions at its doorstep. But, before you head out, you should decide which of the 17 rooms will suit your needs and budget. Every room/suite comes with high ceilings, street views, private terraces and sleek bathrooms. So far as food is concerned, you should know that this place houses one of the best-rated restaurants in the country called De Mondion that promises local, Mediterranean and French delights of exceptional quality. Other in-house services include a pool, fitness center and spa.
  4. Dar tal-Kaptan
    Address: Dar tal-Kaptan, Triq Il-Fanal, Għasri, Gozo GSR 1207, L-Għasri, Malta
    If you are looking for a friendly Bed & Breakfast, then Dar tal-Kaptan is quite a catch. It is a pleasant property with a bright colour scheme, lovely staff and much-needed respite from the noisiness of city life. Over here, there are 4 spacious rooms equipped with a terrace or courtyard, modern bathrooms, beautiful furniture and branded beddings. Your breakfast includes a balanced mixture of taste and health and is made of locally grown ingredients. But, you will have to head out to have lunch or dinner, though there is a working kitchen in the facility. During your spare time, you should check out the sauna and swimming pool. Note that this an adult-only property.
  5. The Palace
    Address: High Street, Sliema SLM 1542, Malta
    The Palace is a five-star treat situated in a high-end residential area and close to bustling shopping and eating districts. It features contemporary designs with heavy use of Italian chandeliers, shimmering marble walls, and posh furniture. A spa facility called The Marion Mizzi is bound to leave you in absolute comfort with its impressive range of treatments and a facility called the Book Box will help you find like-minded fellow guests. The food is served at its dining facilities and can range from Asian to Lebanese, and for drinks, you must head to Lounge 360. And about rooms, they are spacious and decked out in pleasant colours. All necessary amenities will be supplied to your room, and all you need to do is relax.


  6.  Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz
    Address: Triq ir-Rokon, San Lawrenz, Malta
    Made of local stone, Kempinski Hotel San Lawrenz is a beautiful property with a very cool and elegant atmosphere. It is well-known for the abundance of in-house services which includes a spa facility offering Ayurvedic treatments, a large indoor pool, 2 tennis courts and squash courts, and 3 outdoor pools. Before you engage in any of these services, it is suggested that you take a look at your rooms. They are well-appointed with wooden furniture, comfortable beddings, and balconies. The bathrooms are decked out in brown marbles and come equipped with branded toiletries. For food, there are 3 restaurants mostly serving local and Mediterranean dishes.
  7. Cugo Gran Macino Hrand Harbour Hotel
    Address: Sheer Bastion, Triq Il-31 Ta’Marzu, L-Isla ISL 1040, Malta
    Right across the admirable Grand Harbour stands the first high-end hotel in Senglea, Cugo Gran Macina Grand Harbour Hotel. Since it has been built out of what was once a fortification constructed by the Knights, you will get a heavy dose of the old world. So far as your modern-day services are concerned, there are a good number of them for your amusement. There are 21 rooms and suites painted in cream or white and equipped with wooden furnishings and tall but narrow windows. But, your stay would not be complete without a scrumptious meal so it is advised that you head to an in-house dining facility called Hammett’s restaurant serving delectable Maltese cuisine.
  8. BOCO Boutique
    Address: 65 Triq L- Oratorju, Bormla CSP00, Malta
    An absolute favourite for those who enjoy staying in a touristy neighbourhood, BOCO Boutique is a magnificent property with no shortage of fun and imagination. You will instantly notice the generous use of artwork throughout the hotel, whether it is in the lobby or your room. Aside from the artwork, there are other things to be found in your accommodation such as modern bathrooms with glass shower, glass-topped desk, terraces or balconies, and cosy beddings. Enjoy the artistic atmosphere of the hotel while savouring a wonderful Maltese breakfast served in a basement room. However, there are no restaurants in the hotel so you will have to head out.
  9. 66 Saint Paul’s
    Address: 66 St. Pauls Street, Il-Belt Valletta VLT 1212, Malta
    All guests are welcome to enjoy the hospitality of 66 Saint Paul’s, a 17th-century palazzo turned into a reputable hotel. From the use of Maltese limestone to a pleasant colour scheme, the interiors appeal to the mind and enhance our sense of comfort. Whichever room you choose, you will be offered natural fabrics, beautiful bathrooms, a coffee maker and light wood flooring. Every room is blessed with spectacular outside views, particularly that of the Grand Harbour. Unfortunately, there is no full-fledged restaurant in the hotel but there are numerous options outside. In addition, there is a spa service, concierge service, and a bar.
  10. Phoenicia Hotel
    Address: The Mall, FRN1478, Floriana, Malta
    Phoenicia Hotel is a remarkable hotel whose building was built in the 1930s. With its excellent range of services and maintenance of high standards of hospitality, it has managed to make a name among the Leading Hotels of the World Group. Summery shades prevail in rooms, which are equipped with blue furniture, balconies, and branded beddings. There is a decent dining service offered which includes an exquisite selection of local wines and delectable local cuisine. In your spare time, you may want to explore other in-house facilities such as the fitness centre, laundry, and lush gardens.

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