You can find a wide range of accommodation to suit your budget and expectations in and around Malta’s capital Valletta, which is our conference venue.
To help you, our map below lists some suggestions in the most popular cities, along with details of how to travel to the Mediterranean Conference Centre in Valletta.
Valletta – The fortified capital of Malta, founded in 1565, and European Capital of Culture, 2018, is a fascinating place to stay. Its main thoroughfare and adjacent streets are mostly pedestrianised so you can enjoy walking down to the conference centre at the tip of the peninsula taking in its churches, palaces, and museums. It is a busy commercial, administrative and leisure centre by day. It has limitless choices of restaurants and bars and at night is quieter so you can enjoy strolling the narrow streets.
Sliema – This is the most commercialised, modern city on the island. From shopping to late-night eating and drinking, you can find just about any and everything around you and enjoy its seafront promenade with view over to Valletta. A ferry services runs from Sliema to Valletta.
St Julian’s – Once a small fishing village, this resort town is now notable for its year-round nightlife. Enjoy good food, drinks, and music among locals and tourists.
Please contact your choice of accommodation directly to book.
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