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A Very Boutique Offering

Property manager Thomas Cremona analyses the growth of the boutique hotel concept in Malta, and explains the challenges that smaller properties are facing.[...]

Malta’s hotels and Airbnb co-exist and thrive

Malta’s tourism industry continues to achieve year-on-year growth. In 2017, Malta hosted 2,273,838 tourists and the number of nights has increased by an average of 6.4% from 2014 to 2017 ... read more.[...]

Why climb Kilimanjaro?

Throughout the upcoming Christmas holidays, I will be joining a group of 18 Maltese residents to scale Mount Kilimanjaro, the world’s tallest free-standing ... read more.[...]

Luggage storage service in Valletta, Malta

Casa Rooms’ launched their luggage storage service in the heart of Valletta, Malta in June 2018 to allow travellers to enjoy their first or last day to the full without the necessity of carrying their luggage with them. [...]

Overview of the White Paper “Renting as a housing alternative”

The White Paper quotes the following circumstances as shortcomings following research that had been carried out ...[...]

Malta’s carrying capacity of tourist accommodation

This hotel, one of the larger hotels on the island, is expected to have an average occupancy rate of 75% and will be able to accommodate over 202,000 tourist nights per annum. [...]

Hospitality in extreme conditions

The hospitality I will describe here is not one of luxury but a genuine human kindness wishing their guest to experience their country at its best.[...]

Market change in Valletta

The accommodation market is a dynamic sector that necessitates constant monitoring to fine-tune strategies regarding the provision of additional facilities and refurbishing existing amenities.[...]