New observatory to put Malta ‘at the forefront of sustainable tourism’

September 29, 2022
by BN Writer

Minister Clayton Bartolo said the country needs to update its approach towards the important sector

Valletta visitors complaining and requesting compensation due to ‘excessive noise’, warns MHRA

September 14, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The association said the noise is deteriorating Valletta's quality image

Post-pandemic tourism recovery going strong as July sees number of tourists reach 90% of 2019 levels

September 14, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Nights spent in Malta is an even more positive indicator, reaching 94% of pre-pandemic figures

MHRA calls for construction of a new Institute for Tourism to proceed, despite budget tightening

September 7, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The subsidy on electricity and fuel costs is expected to cost aroud €250 million by the end of the year

VisitMalta and Manchester United renew their partnership agreement

August 8, 2022
by BN Writer

Through this partnership agreement, the VisitMalta brand will benefit from strong exposure

Tourism recovery: June saw number of visitors to Malta reach 88% of 2019 levels

August 4, 2022
by Helena Grech

Nights spent on the island also saw a recovery, reaching 82% of pre-pandemic levels

Average room rates in Malta’s five-star hotels reached €198 in Q2 2022, an increase of 12%

July 22, 2022
by Helena Grech

‘Tourism recovering well, but innovation is key for sustainable future,’ says MHRA

‘Not the way to do things’ – Tony Zahra doubles down on MHRA’s position on Valletta music extension

July 11, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association has previously criticised the move for putting the city's development ‘at risk’

‘Where is the quality?’: Malta’s tourism recovery and the drive to raise standards

June 29, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association President Tony Zahra on the factors that will determine Malta’s success

Late night music puts Valletta at high risk, says Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association

June 27, 2022
by Robert Fenech

A new law allowing music to be played outside until 1am has raised the ire of many

I was part of the action against the commercialisation of Comino, and I think it’s good for business

June 14, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The Tourism Minister banned sunbeds from Blue Lagoon’s sandy beach following activist group’s direct action, but is it enough?

Automation in restaurants? Won’t work in Malta, Philip Fenech tells George Mason University

June 14, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The SME Chamber's deputy president was speaking at a conference organised by George Mason University Business School

Malta comes in at 9th place in study revealing which countries rely on tourism the most

May 24, 2022
by Helena Grech

A study reviews data from 2018 and provides context as to how devastating COVID was for tourism-dependent economies

Growth of outdoor dining spaces can improve tourism product, but not if it creates a ‘jungle of canopies’

May 19, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Industry stakeholders call for balanced approach to catering establishments’ encroachment on public walkways

Leading EU travel company warns: No cheap last-minute holiday deals this summer

May 13, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

Rising costs and strong bookings mean heavily discounted holidays seem out of reach

New observatory to put Malta ‘at the forefront of sustainable tourism’

September 29, 2022
by BN Writer

Minister Clayton Bartolo said the country needs to update its approach towards the important sector

Valletta visitors complaining and requesting compensation due to ‘excessive noise’, warns MHRA

September 14, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The association said the noise is deteriorating Valletta's quality image

Post-pandemic tourism recovery going strong as July sees number of tourists reach 90% of 2019 levels

September 14, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Nights spent in Malta is an even more positive indicator, reaching 94% of pre-pandemic figures

MHRA calls for construction of a new Institute for Tourism to proceed, despite budget tightening

September 7, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The subsidy on electricity and fuel costs is expected to cost aroud €250 million by the end of the year

VisitMalta and Manchester United renew their partnership agreement

August 8, 2022
by BN Writer

Through this partnership agreement, the VisitMalta brand will benefit from strong exposure

Tourism recovery: June saw number of visitors to Malta reach 88% of 2019 levels

August 4, 2022
by Helena Grech

Nights spent on the island also saw a recovery, reaching 82% of pre-pandemic levels

Average room rates in Malta’s five-star hotels reached €198 in Q2 2022, an increase of 12%

July 22, 2022
by Helena Grech

‘Tourism recovering well, but innovation is key for sustainable future,’ says MHRA

‘Not the way to do things’ – Tony Zahra doubles down on MHRA’s position on Valletta music extension

July 11, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association has previously criticised the move for putting the city's development ‘at risk’

‘Where is the quality?’: Malta’s tourism recovery and the drive to raise standards

June 29, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association President Tony Zahra on the factors that will determine Malta’s success

Late night music puts Valletta at high risk, says Malta Hotels and Restaurants Association

June 27, 2022
by Robert Fenech

A new law allowing music to be played outside until 1am has raised the ire of many

I was part of the action against the commercialisation of Comino, and I think it’s good for business

June 14, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The Tourism Minister banned sunbeds from Blue Lagoon’s sandy beach following activist group’s direct action, but is it enough?

Automation in restaurants? Won’t work in Malta, Philip Fenech tells George Mason University

June 14, 2022
by Robert Fenech

The SME Chamber's deputy president was speaking at a conference organised by George Mason University Business School

Malta comes in at 9th place in study revealing which countries rely on tourism the most

May 24, 2022
by Helena Grech

A study reviews data from 2018 and provides context as to how devastating COVID was for tourism-dependent economies

Growth of outdoor dining spaces can improve tourism product, but not if it creates a ‘jungle of canopies’

May 19, 2022
by Robert Fenech

Industry stakeholders call for balanced approach to catering establishments’ encroachment on public walkways

Leading EU travel company warns: No cheap last-minute holiday deals this summer

May 13, 2022
by Solomon Cefai

Rising costs and strong bookings mean heavily discounted holidays seem out of reach