Hilton Malta

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St. Julians Hotel
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Total meeting space4,637 sq. m
Guest rooms413

Hilton Malta

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St. Julians Hotel




Awards & Achievements -Traveller Review Awards 2020 - Booking -Several medals won at the local cooking competition -Trip Advisor Certificate of Excellence for 2010, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 -Trip Advisor Travellers Choice 2019, 2018, 2017 & Certificate of Excellence 2016 -Hotels.com winners of the most and only sustainable hotel in Malta 2019 -British Airways Customer Excellence Award 2018 - No 1 for top Luxury hotel in Malta on Trip Advisor -Luxury Travel Guide Service Excellence Award 2017 -The Definitively Good Guide Restaurant Award Winner 2016 for the Oceana and the Blue Elephant


Room features and guest services

  • Concierge services


  • Onsite restaurant

Business services

  • Business center

Recreational activities

  • Health club
  • Outdoor pool
  • Tennis courts

Photo Gallery


Meeting Space

Total meeting space4,637 sq. m
Meeting rooms29
Largest room1,008 sq. m
Second largest room505 sq. m

Floor plans

Guest rooms

Total guest rooms413
Double (2 beds)175



Local Attractions

Island of Gozo

16 km away
Discovering Gozo is the key to discovering one of the most untouched and unique islands in the Mediterranean. Gozo is the perfect island holiday destination, a serene land where time has stood still. An all-year round destination, Gozo is ideal for beach holidays, religious or historical travel, an eco-holiday, spa, vacations, a self-catering stay in one of our unique properties, a walking holiday or just an opportunity to get away from it all and indulge in great food, great beaches and an exceptional culture.

Mdina - The Silent City

12 km away
The history of Mdina traces back more than 4000 years. According to tradition it was here that in 60 AD that the Apostle St. Paul is said to have lived after being shipwrecked on the Islands. Furthermore it is said that St. Paul resided inside the grotto know as Fuori le Mura (outside the city walls) now known as St. Pauls Grotto in Rabat. Lamp lit by night and referred to as “the silent city”, Mdina is fascinating to visit for its timeless atmosphere as well as its cultural and religious treasures. Mdina has had different names and titles depending on its rulers and its role but its medieval name describe it best – ‘Citta’ Notabile’: the noble city. It was home then, as now, to Malta’s noble families; some are descendants of the Norman, Sicilian and Spanish overlords who made Mdina their home from the 12th century onwards. Impressive palaces line its narrow, shady streets. Mdina is one of Europe’s finest examples of an ancient walled city and extraordinary in its mix of medieval and Baroque architecture.

The Malta National Aquarium

12 km away
Located in one of Malta’s most picturesque promenades, the Malta National Aquarium is home to over a hundred different species of fish including sharks, rays, seahorses and eels. It is one of the island’s top visitor attractions. The Malta National Aquarium complex comprises also the Café Del Mar reef club, La Nave Bistro, a public landscape belvedere all with stunning views of St Paul’s Islands.

Popeye Village

14 km away
Popeye Village has grown from its days as the film Set of the 1980 Musical Production 'Popeye' into one of the major tourist attraction in Malta filled with number of colorful fun and activities for all young at heart.
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Ta' Qali Craft Centre

8 km away
The former World War II military aerodrome was converted into a local hand-crafts centre. It's the ideal place to buy ceramics, jewellery and knitwear, pottery and see glass blowing and moulding as well as other craftspeople at work. Here one can buy something completely unique and original to take home. Within the craft centre one can find the Aviation Museum displaying aircrafts.

Marsaxlokk - The Fishing Village

14 km away
Marsaxlokk is a traditional fishing village located in the south-eastern part of Malta, with a population of 3,277 people (NSO Report, Dec 2008). The village’s name comes from marsa, which means "port" and xlokk, which is the local name for south east. The word is related to the name for the dry sirocco wind that blows from the Sahara, comparable to the equivalent Catalan word, "xaloc". It was in the "bay of the sirocco" (Xlokk) that the first Phoenicians landed and set up trading posts on Malta, during the ninth century BC. During the Great Siege of Malta, Marsaxlokk harbor was also used as an anchorage by the Turkish fleet. Overlooking the northern arm of Marsaxlokk Bay is the hill of Tas-Silġ, which contains remains of megalithic temples of the Tarxien phase, with later alterations resembling the Ħaġar Qim model. Bronze Age material has also been found scattered around the area. From the end of the 6th century BC to the 1st century AD, the hill was used as a religious site, notably as a temple dedicated to Astarte/Hera. Marsaxlokk was part of Zejtun Citta Beland in the past years. The Tas-Silġ site was used again for religious purposes sometime in the 4th century AD, when it was adapted to a new religion, Christianity, and possibly used as a monastery

St. John's Co-Cathedral - Home of the Knights

Historical landmark
8 km away
St John’s Co-Cathedral is a gem of Baroque art and architecture. It was built as the conventual church for the Knights of St John. The Grand Masters and several knights donated gifts of high artistic value and made enormous contributions to enrich it with only the best works of art. This church is till this very day an important shrine and a sacred place of worship. It is also a venue for cultural events.

Neolithic Temples of Malta

Historical landmark
14 km away
The Mediterranean island of Malta figures in the historical record of Europe due to its association with the Knights of St. John of Jerusalem, who fled to Malta from the island of Rhodes in 1530. Yet this small island of 243 square kilometers has a far greater importance in European prehistory due to its extraordinary collection of megalithic temples. Situated 80 kilometers south of Sicily and 370 kilometers east of the Tunisian coast, the island of Malta appears to have been first settled during the early Neolithic period by a wave of immigrants from the island of Sicily. This appearance of Neolithic settlement is however strongly challenged by new research concerning a probable Paleolithic influence, details of which are presented throughout this essay. Before examining this new research, let us take a brief look at the orthodox, or conventional, theories regarding the origin and nature of human settlements on the island of Malta.

Distance from airport

  • 14.48 km from venue

Getting Here

Malta International Airport: Take the main road following the signs to Valletta. After passing through Marsa, take the Sliema Exit and follow the signs to St. Julians. Then enter Paceville and drive towards the Portomaso Tower.

Affiliated Organizations


Ideally located in the prestigious Portomaso development within the district of St. Julian’s, the Hilton Malta hotel has come to represent the style, comfort and hospitality for which the Hilton brand is renowned. Hilton Malta sits comfortably alongside Portomaso Business Tower, the Residences and Yacht Marina in one of the most exciting and dynamic property developments anywhere in the Mediterranean. With remarkable views of the Mediterranean, the 413 rooms and suites available offer the discerning guest unrivalled relaxation and comfort. Hilton Malta offers a range of different meeting and event options supported by the hotel’s highly trained events team. Our trained staff offer a high standard, guarantees assistance and that full support services are always close at hand. The fully equipped Business Centre and Portomaso Suite offer an extensive range of meeting options and are ideal for any meeting capacity from 2 to 506 delegates, whilst the Hilton Malta Conference Centre is a first-class, state-of-the-art venue capable of hosting much larger events. The Grandmaster’s Suite in the Hilton Malta Conference Centre is extremely versatile and multi-functional. Be it medical and pharmaceutical conferences, annual general meetings, banquets or receptions, this suite can take up to 1,330 seated in theatre-style part of which includes a tiered balcony with 230 seats. The magnificent stage is ideal for a wide range of presentations and also has a lift, which can take up heavy equipment, even a car, at just the touch of a button. An in-built screen facilitates back and front projection. The stage can be dismantled or set up according to the client’s requirements. Lights and other audio equipment are all cutting-edge and readily available with the room hire. The Centre also offers a multi-purpose hall and eight syndicate rooms (five of which offer natural daylight) spread on four levels, linked by escalators and lift. There is extensive pre-function space and ancillary space for exhibitions and catering, which will ensure that the centre can provide a one-stop solution to all sorts of events.

Cancellation Policy

Performance Damages You may reduce the minimum numbers of pre-booked bedroom accommodation, delegate packages, meeting room hire and F&B by: • 50% between the signature of contract and 180 days prior to Arrival Date and no charge will be incurred. Reductions in excess of 50% shall be subject to a fee equal to 25% of the total revenue of the reductions. • 30% between 179 days to 90 days prior to Arrival Date and no charges will be incurred. Reductions in excess of 30%, shall be subject to a fee equal to 35% of the total revenue of the reductions. • 15% between 89 days to 60 days prior to Arrival Date and no charges will be incurred. Reductions in excess of 15%, shall be subject to a fee equal to 40% of the total revenue of the reductions. • 10% between 59 days to 30 days prior to Arrival Date and no charges will be incurred. Reductions in excess of 10%, shall be subject to a fee equal to 50% of the total revenue of the reductions. • 05% between 29 days to 15 days prior to Arrival Date and no charges will be incurred. Reductions in excess of 05%, shall be subject to a fee equal to 75% of the total revenue of the reductions. • If you elect to reduce the minimum numbers of pre-booked bedroom accommodation, pre-booked delegate requirements, pre-booked room hire and pre-booked F&B at any time from 14 days or less prior to Arrival Date and any no shows on the day, then you will be assessed a liquidated damages fee equal to 100% of the total revenue of the reductions. Full Cancellation Damages Cancellation between date of signing and 150 days before=35% of total revenue Cancellation between 149 days and 90 days before=50% of total revenue Cancellation between 89 days and 30 days before=75% of total revenue Cancellation between 29 days and date of Event=100% of total revenue

Facility Restrictions

Terms & Conditions apply Above rates are available subject to availability.

Additional Information

The hotel’s rooms and suites are furnished to high standards in a Mediterranean Contemporary decor, producing a blend of luxury and traditional warmth. All rooms and suites have a balcony or terrace overlooking the prestigious Portomaso Yacht Marina or offering spectacular views of the Mediterranean Sea. With special touches such as serenity beds and spectacular en-suite bathrooms, these rooms offer guests sheer, modern elegance and a true taste of luxury. With 4 outdoor swimming pools, 2 paddle pools for children, an outdoor Jacuzzi, private beach club, water sports, diving centre and a casino next door to the hotel, there is much to entice all manner of guests. The LivingWell Health and Fitness centre houses a fully equipped gymnasium, dance studios, Hair Studio, Myoka Spa, tennis and squash courts, sauna, steam room and an indoor heated pool, affording visitors the chance to get into shape, relax and be pampered. For guests staying at the Hilton Malta there is an exciting choice of dining experiences, from Thai cuisine in the Blue Elephant Restaurant to simple yet delicious Mediterranean cuisine at the Oceana. The famous Sunday lunch and Saurday night Mediterranean market buffet’s also feature at the Oceana Restaurant. You can also follow us on facebook: www.facebook.com/hiltonmalta