With crystalline waters, phenomenal cultural, historical heritage, friendly people, and a buzzing economy, Malta is a unique Mediterranean gem. Basing yourself in the picturesque town of Gzira places you in one of the very best places from which to visit the island, particularly if you’re on a business trip. Set amid peaceful and relaxed waterfront surroundings and connected to Manoel Island, Gzira offers stunning views across the harbour to Valletta. Gzira boasts several hotels with state-of-the-art facilities, conference rooms, and easy access to Malta's main financial hub of Valletta.
What does Gzira offer visitors?
Gzira is one of several suburban towns stretching around the waterfront of the peninsula of Valletta. It is close to Malta's main university and the thriving Paceville and Il-Balluta districts, where you find everything, from nightclubs to boutique shops and start-up ventures to offices of major international companies. Gzira has excellent transport links – by road, boat, and public transport – to Valletta and the rest of Malta, so it's an ideal base for exploring the many natural and cultural sites of the island, including the world-famous Rotunda of Mosta and the other-wordly underground caves of Magar-Qim.
What makes Gzira good for business and business travellers?
In Gzira, you'll find offices of major companies, such as Hertz and Unibet. However, there is also plenty of room for growth, as evidenced by the constant construction in the area and new ventures moving into Gzira. This commercial buzz has led to the construction of several major hotels near the waterfront that cater primarily to international business travellers, offering services such as local guides to facilitate meetings and help with networking. Just a short trip from Valletta, a hotel in Gzira is an excellent choice if you’d like to attend one of Malta’s annual business events.
What else can I explore around my hotel in Gzira?
There is no limit to the sightseeing and recreation options available around your hotel in Gzira. Anyone intrigued by architecture, art, history, or religion would place Valletta's stunningly ornate St John's Co-Cathedral at the top of their list of must-see attractions. Additionally, visitors to Gzira mustn't miss the chance to take a walk around Valletta's city walls, which offer breathtaking views of the Mediterranean and the city itself.