The Westin Dragonara Resort has been named the Mediterranean’s leading resort at a prestigious award ceremony for the tourism sector.
The St Julian’s hotel resort, which recently underwent a €40 million renovation, won the prize at the 27th annual World Travel Awards. It is the second time the Dragonara has won the award, following a victory in 2013.
The World Travel Awards have been described as the “Oscars” of the global travel and tourism industry and are recognised globally as a hallmark of excellence in the hospitality sector.
Find the full article here: https://timesofmalta.com/articles/view/westin-dragonara-wins-prize-at-world-travel-awards.829015
The Colours of Malta Novelties Journey – Week 4
This week we visited Kurt Micallef at the soon to be completed Mercure St Julian’s Malta.
Bang in the heart of St Julian’s with stunning bay views, this brand new property will host 113 rooms and will be a great new addition to the 4* hotels in the area enhancing the amount of beds of quality for upcoming groups. We look forward to the hotel opening this September 2020!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 Mercure to open this September in St.Julian’s
New to the Maltese Islands, the Mercure St. Julian’s Malta is located a few meters from the lovely Spinola Bay and is set to open its doors in September.
Mercure St. Julian’s Malta is a stylish and contemporary hotel with a local Mediterranean touch.
All year long, each and every one of our experienced members of staff is dedicated to offer you a locally inspired service that will make your stay unique.
Boasting 113 soundproof rooms, 25M2 or larger (including Superior, Privilege and Suites with free WiFi, smart TVs, tea and coffee making facilities, minifridge), rooftop pool and a gym.
Rooms : 113
Meeting room : up to 12 pax
Dining : 1 main restaurant and 1 bar
Pools rooftop with bar area and bay views