St. Julians is a town located on the coastline in central Malta, north of Valletta. The town's economy is primarily tourism-based, and so you can expect to find a wide range of restaurants, nightclubs, and resorts. Most hotels in St. Julians are located in the neighbourhood Paceville or in the town centre, where you'll also find a number of speciality shops.
How can I spend my time outside of business hours in St. Julians?
Both Spinola Bay and Portomaso Marina are recommended for boating activities and have several bars and restaurants. In the centre of town, Zeri's Restaurant comes highly recommended for a business lunch or casual evening get-together, serving Mediterranean food and seafood. Maltese Mama is also recommended in the Paceville area of town, serving Maltese specialities. Paceville is a lively area for nightlife, with several nightclubs and bars. Eden Cinemas offers several screens, showing the latest films. If there is no gym available at your hotel, enjoy the facilities of Cynergi Health & Fitness Club, which has a range of exercise equipment and a swimming pool.
What business facilities are available to me in St. Julians?
If you are planning a conference or meeting in St. Julians, ECMeetings can offer a range of venues to suit all types of events and team-building activities, in various different locations in the city. If you wish to access the internet outside of your hotel, Nero Internet in the town centre offers web access and a range of other business services. Most companies in the city are based in the Portomaso Business Tower, Malta's highest skyscraper. The town is convenient to the Malta International Airport (MLA), 10.7km from the town centre and served by taxis and buses.
What areas should I visit from my hotel in St. Julians?
Balluta Square is an attractive public square in the town centre. Head here from your St. Julians hotel to enjoy sundowners while overlooking Balluta Bay. Also on Balluta Bay, the Parish Church of Our Lady of Mount Carmel is an attractive church by the sea, built in 1859. Spinola Palace is an interesting visit and fine example of baroque architecture, having been built in the 17th century. The palace, which overlooks Spinola Bay, is generally lit up at night. It also has a nice front garden, church, and boathouses which now house restaurants.