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Hotels in tourism zones can now apply to build an extra two floors after a policy change. The hotels can now build an extra two floors to increase their bed stock and improve facilities. Announcing the new policy, planning parliamentary secretary Michael Farrugia said this change would give hotels the opportunity to invest in upgrading their product. Tourism minister Karmenu Vella said this policy change would increase the current bed stock the country. The hotels that can benefit from this new policy must be in Mellieha, St Pauls Bay, Bugibba, Qawra, St Julians, Paceville, Sliema, Marsascala, Marsaxlokk and Birzebbuga. Hotels in Gozo will be considered on a case by case basis. The hotels cannot be in urban conservation areas, outside development zone or close to areas of historical and architectural importance. Thursday, May 23, 2013, 09:44


A small chamber within the Inquisitor’s Palace has been refurbished and is now doubling up as a tourist information office encompassing the Three Cities. Thursday, August 8, 2013, 14:35


Għaxar lukandi fil-Mellieħa u f’San Pawl il-Baħar kellhom l-applikazzjonijiet tagħhom approvati biex jestendu l-operat tagħhom filwaqt li kien hemm tliet applikazzjonijiet ġodda approvati għal guest house u waħda għal hostel kollha f’San Pawl il-Baħar. Dan kien magħruf minn risposta li ta l-Ministru tat-tu-riżmu, Edward Zammit Lewis, għall-interpellenza tad-depu-tat Nazzjonalista, Ċensu Galea.

L-Orizzont 6.6.2014


Tourism Minister Edward Zammit Lewis said today that the South of Malta had massive tourism potential and the government had only just started tapping into it.  He was speaking at the inauguration of a new Tourist Information Office in Marsaxlokk. Thursday, 22 October 2015, 16:23





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