Hilton Malta revamps Portomaso Suite and Business Centre 

2nd September 2019 

The €400,000 renovation project introduced direct natural light to some of the meeting rooms, as well as a sense of ‘feeling at home’ to the entire area.

Following on from the refurbishment of the Hilton hotel, the Portomaso Suite and Business Centre have undergone an extensive three-month long renovation. Inspired by Conrad Hilton’s words, “fill the world with the light and warmth of hospitality,” the €400,000 renovation project introduced direct natural light to some of the meeting rooms and a sense of ‘feeling at home’ to the entire area.

“The Hotel’s exquisite casual chic design was reflected in the design concepts and construction plans, which was based on the spirit of a revisited apartment, and welcomes guests to live, relax and enjoy the space whether for a meeting or a special celebration event,” a spokesperson for the company said.


The residential mood continues on from the style of the hotel and has been represented and enhanced by the floor treatments between the rugs, marble and parquet tiles. The function spaces also include freestanding furniture, top of the range accessories in lighting and audio-visual equipment, eye-catching artwork, and a purpose-built dining area for memorable breaks and working lunches with views overlooking the Portomaso Marina.

“From stress-free parking amenities to mouth-watering catering, Hilton Malta’s Business Centre is now well equipped to cater for all our clientele’s needs and is a great backdrop for a stylish home-away-from-home business or social experience,” the spokesperson said.

Hilton Malta, owned by Tumas Group and managed by Hilton Worldwide, has been welcoming guests since 1968. With 413 well-appointed bedrooms, 19 meeting rooms, various restaurants, bars and fitness facilities all set in beautiful grounds overlooking the marina and open seaviews.

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