In this first post-COVID summer how much are Malta’s most luxurious hotels charging?

April 30, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

Room rates are significantly higher than the same figures from a year before

Hotels cautiously optimistic for 2022, hoping it will be a year of recovery

March 23, 2022
by Robert Fenech

A shortage of human resources and continuing restrictions on travel top current concerns

‘We’re in a wait-and-see game’ – Malta’s hotels cautiously optimistic on summer prospects

February 26, 2022
by Matthew Bonanno

'People are regaining confidence in booking their holidays'

‘The market will dictate’: Leading hotelier stands by development plans despite oversupply of beds

February 23, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

The executive sits down with BusinessNow.mt to discuss the outlook of the local tourism industry

As draught Guinness disappears from Malta, Farsons confirms fresh kegs to arrive ‘shortly’

February 3, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

Supply chain issues and Malta's isolation have created shortages of certain goods across several sectors

Bottle return scheme would batter craft sector with little environmental benefit, say small importers

February 1, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

The scheme will disproportionately harm small operators

‘I just did the best for my clients’: Restaurants facing vaccine pass backlash react to U-turn

January 27, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

The controversial vaccine requirement was only in place for eight days before its phasing out was announced

One week on: hospitality sector sees vaccine rules as major headache, but hopeful for a better year

January 24, 2022
by Matthew Bonanno

Scrapping 1am closing time is biggest priority

Hospitality lobbies call out ‘hammer blow’ of vaccination requirement

January 14, 2022
by BN Writer

From Monday, valid vaccine certificates will be required for the vast majority of customers at hospitality establishments

‘We need to do whatever we can to inspire people to come back’: Robyn Pratt talks hospitality & HR

December 30, 2021
by Sarah Muscat Azzopardi

The Phoenicia Malta’s GM reflects on adapting to 2021 challenges & prospects for 2022

Malta’s Opposition calls for tourism sector to receive financial aid until March 2022

December 28, 2021
by Helena Grech

It called for VAT to be slashed to seven per cent for bars, hotels and restaurants

‘An incredibly turbulent time for our industry’: Malta Marriot Hotel GM reflects on past 18 months

December 28, 2021
by Jo Caruana

The hotel entered the COVID era after having completed a 15-month, €30 million renovation

Westin Dragonara GM looks to summer 2022 and beyond on the road to recovery for hospitality

December 22, 2021
by Jo Caruana

Michael Camilleri Kamsky singles out the return of business conferences as likely providing a much-needed boost

Hilton Malta GM says pandemic showed need for hospitality players to join forces to shape future of tourism

December 20, 2021
by Jo Caruana

Richard Cuello says that in the face of ongoing and new challenges, there is strength in numbers

‘Worst of crisis not behind us’: Europe’s hospitality & catering businesses call for ‘urgent support’

December 3, 2021
by Helena Grech

‘Europe’s hospitality industry is severely concerned by a resurgence of infection rates & lockdown measures’

In this first post-COVID summer how much are Malta’s most luxurious hotels charging?

April 30, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

Room rates are significantly higher than the same figures from a year before

Hotels cautiously optimistic for 2022, hoping it will be a year of recovery

March 23, 2022
by Robert Fenech

A shortage of human resources and continuing restrictions on travel top current concerns

‘We’re in a wait-and-see game’ – Malta’s hotels cautiously optimistic on summer prospects

February 26, 2022
by Matthew Bonanno

'People are regaining confidence in booking their holidays'

‘The market will dictate’: Leading hotelier stands by development plans despite oversupply of beds

February 23, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

The executive sits down with BusinessNow.mt to discuss the outlook of the local tourism industry

As draught Guinness disappears from Malta, Farsons confirms fresh kegs to arrive ‘shortly’

February 3, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

Supply chain issues and Malta's isolation have created shortages of certain goods across several sectors

Bottle return scheme would batter craft sector with little environmental benefit, say small importers

February 1, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

The scheme will disproportionately harm small operators

‘I just did the best for my clients’: Restaurants facing vaccine pass backlash react to U-turn

January 27, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

The controversial vaccine requirement was only in place for eight days before its phasing out was announced

One week on: hospitality sector sees vaccine rules as major headache, but hopeful for a better year

January 24, 2022
by Matthew Bonanno

Scrapping 1am closing time is biggest priority

Hospitality lobbies call out ‘hammer blow’ of vaccination requirement

January 14, 2022
by BN Writer

From Monday, valid vaccine certificates will be required for the vast majority of customers at hospitality establishments

‘We need to do whatever we can to inspire people to come back’: Robyn Pratt talks hospitality & HR

December 30, 2021
by Sarah Muscat Azzopardi

The Phoenicia Malta’s GM reflects on adapting to 2021 challenges & prospects for 2022

Malta’s Opposition calls for tourism sector to receive financial aid until March 2022

December 28, 2021
by Helena Grech

It called for VAT to be slashed to seven per cent for bars, hotels and restaurants

‘An incredibly turbulent time for our industry’: Malta Marriot Hotel GM reflects on past 18 months

December 28, 2021
by Jo Caruana

The hotel entered the COVID era after having completed a 15-month, €30 million renovation

Westin Dragonara GM looks to summer 2022 and beyond on the road to recovery for hospitality

December 22, 2021
by Jo Caruana

Michael Camilleri Kamsky singles out the return of business conferences as likely providing a much-needed boost

Hilton Malta GM says pandemic showed need for hospitality players to join forces to shape future of tourism

December 20, 2021
by Jo Caruana

Richard Cuello says that in the face of ongoing and new challenges, there is strength in numbers

‘Worst of crisis not behind us’: Europe’s hospitality & catering businesses call for ‘urgent support’

December 3, 2021
by Helena Grech

‘Europe’s hospitality industry is severely concerned by a resurgence of infection rates & lockdown measures’