Grands Suites Hotel – Residence & Spa Managing Director Marvin Spiteri on Wednesday celebrated the completion of a “massive” €45 million investment, when the hotel and its management were also visited by Prime Minister Robert Abela.

“We are very proud of the completion of this €45 million investment project,” he said. “We are now looking forward to offering a quality tourism product to all those who choose to visit the beauty that our country has to offer,” Mr Spiteri added.

The Grands Suites is a 231-room hotel that offers alternative hospitality solutions, with each room fitted to include kitchen facilities, as well as laundry service present on each floor so that residents can live in a home away from home.

Grands Suites Hotel lobby

 On Dr Abela’s part, he praised the Maltese entrepreneur as well as the hotel’s workers for showing confidence in Malta’s tourism and hospitality industry.

He remarked that Malta’s tourism industry is further bolstered by the number of visitors to the islands between January and November 2022, reaching roughly 2.2 million tourists according to the National Statistics Office, “which show a strong sense of optimism for the time to come”.

Related

Malta investment insights: MCConsult Founder Miriam Camilleri

3 March 2024
by Robert Fenech

She sheds light on the nuances surrounding the maritime industry in Malta as part of the latest edition of Malta ...

The Convenience Shop planning to make international expansion by 2025, says CEO Martin Agius

1 March 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

He was speaking as the retail chain marks 15 years since it opened its first outlet in Żebbug, back in ...

New AQA SURE FUND seeks to focus on how ‘fish behave in your pond’ for high returns

1 March 2024
by MaltaCEOs

An actively managed strategy will focus attention on market behavior for a high yielding investment product.

How many airports is Malta connected to in 2024?

1 March 2024
by Fabrizio Tabone

MaltaCEOs.mt takes a look at the options available to travellers, as well as key business destinations, in the wake of ...

Close Bitnami banner
Bitnami