Even if you are coming to Malta for business, chances are you’ll have lots of opportunity for pleasure while on the island.

With many high-end local facilities that are tailor-made to fit the needs of the visiting businessperson, Malta is the ideal to conduct business, while also making the most of some of the Mediterranean’s most historic and beautiful spots.

Hotels & Accommodation

When selecting your accommodation for your business trip to Malta, we advise that you stay in the central region of the island for optimum accessibility to business facilities, nearby towns, great restaurants, entertainment options, and of course, the airport. An excellent hotel to consider for this is the Radisson Blu Resort in St Julian’s, which boasts luxury accommodation including Business Class Rooms, as well as on-site gym and spa facilities, and is walking distance along the picturesque coastline promenade from Malta’s business hubs of St Julian’s and Sliema.


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Meetings & Conference Facilities

As you consider your accommodation options, make sure to also check availability and accessibility of the meeting spaces and equipment that you will need during your visit. Here again the Radisson Blu Resort in St Julian’s can be of assistance, with a state-of-the-art exclusive business lounge available on-site, as well as five climate-controlled conference rooms, high quality meeting equipment, and even a dedicated Meetings & Events Coordinator should you need help in planning a business event.

Places to Eat

Around St Julian’s there is an almost endless variety of restaurants and bars that can cater to whatever your tastes or dietary requirements may be. Beyond the multiple on-site restaurants at the Radisson Blu Resort, a short stroll will take you to the local entertainment hub of Paceville, which offers yet more options for eating and drinking, whatever the occasion, including wining and dining visiting business guests.


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Staying Connected & Working Remotely

Today’s businesspeople are often obliged to stay connected at all times, which can be difficult especially when visiting a foreign country on business. Here, Malta can help again, as there are many places where you can temporarily set up your workspace in a choice of Wi-Fi-connected laptop-friendly cafes that even, conveniently, offer the familiar three-pronged plug sockets in which to charge your devices. If you need something more professional or less distracting than a café, however, there are also multiple pay-as-you-go workspaces available throughout Sliema and St Julian’s.

Getting Around

As one of Europe’s smallest countries, the tiny island of Malta offers travellers very short distances from one destination to the other. For business travellers, this means that the journey from the airport is relatively short, and most distances can be easily and economically travelled via one of the multiple luxury car services available here. Should you wish to absorb the local flavour of the islands during your visit, however, you might consider taking one of the water taxis or ferries available, so that you can enjoy the stunning sea and coastal view as you travel over the water between the business hubs of Sliema and capital city Valletta.


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Need more advice about how to make the most of your business trip to Malta? Speak to us!