Over the past 5 weeks, we at Colours of Malta, have hosted 6 groups with a total of 500 people coming from Italy, France, Germany and the UK. Each of our groups stayed at 4 and 5 star hotels and had some great incentive programmes planned out whilst enjoying the warm weather.
It’s been so exciting to see that the Beauty, Finance and Hospitality industries, to mention a few, are back on track, fully energised and investing in their business and employees again.
Learn more about our events on our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/coloursofmaltaThe Colours of Malta Timeless Journey – Week 2
Today we walked through the city gates to visit Fabien Vella at the Domus Zamitello Hotel..
Valletta, our Capital City built by the Knights of Malta is an open air museum full of majestic heritage buildings that have been turned into boutique hotels, governmental and private offices and restaurants over the years.
Fabien recounts the historical journey of this palazzo and how prestigious it is to be General Manager of such a timeless property.
The Colours of Malta Timeless Journey – Week 1
This time our journey takes us to the Old Capital City, Mdina aka The Silent City. A place so magical and quiet, that one might think they’re in a fairytale!
Here we met up with Justin Zammit Tabona the Managing Director of Xara Collection. Justin explains to us the timeless story of the Xara Palace hotel, part of the Relais Chateaux brand and its formidable De Mondion 1* Michelin star restaurant on the hotel’s rooftop terrace.
This quaint hotel has been run by the family for a number of years now and is part of a larger collection of businesses operating within the hospitality industry.The Colours of Malta Novelties Journey – Week 5
This week we visited the newly refurbished Malta Marriott and Carolina Fenton who informed us that the hotel will open its doors to guests on the 1st September. We look forward to hosting our future groups at this amazing property.
Boutique Hotels – a one of a kind stay
Within this new reality, we come to appreciate that small is also beautiful. Boutique accommodations offer comforts, luxuries and intimate surroundings, away from the hustle and bustle of crowds and large numbers, meaning lower risks and ideal for a personal break, small incentive or for an exclusive corporate meeting.
Our islands boast several such properties located including historical palazzos in quaint streets, that are eagerly waiting to welcome you back.The Colours of Malta Novelties Journey – Week 3
This week we visited Mark Vella at the nearly completed Hyatt Regency… a new brand to the Maltese islands!The Colours of Malta Novelties Journey – Week 1
The newly refurbished Westin Dragonara is now open. Today we visited the property to see the new bits and WOW we can’t wait to work our next group there! Take a look for yourselves!