Marina Hotel at the Corinthia Beach Resort provides everything you need for your event. The Marina Hotel has available two meeting rooms: the Valletta Room measuring 55 square metres, accommodating 60 delegates in theatre style and 40 in classroom style, and the Mdina Room measuring 40 square metres and accommodating up to 18 delegates in boardroom style. Both with natural daylight.
Furthermore, since the Marina Hotel is part of the Corinthia Beach Resort, guests staying at the Marina Hotel can also make use of the five star meeting facilities at the adjacent Corinthia Hotel St George’s Bay. With 14 flexible conference rooms and over 1000 square metres of unique meeting space, the conference centre at the Corinthia Hotel St George’s Bay can comfortably support any group arrangement. Located at the heart of the resort, with direct access from the street, our extensive conference facilities include a large range of boardrooms to conference rooms for up to 550 delegates, all having natural daylight and no pillars to obstruct vision.
We are renowned for attention to detail and design. Our hotels are more affordable, but no less accommodating. The next time you are planning a small business meeting or a big social event, let us take care of all the details for you.
We promise a great meeting. Now we promise a great deal as well.
Our MICE special offer valid on meetings not only gives you favourable rates on rooms, but also offers you that extra added value to make your meeting even more successful.
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For further information please contact us on +356 2370 2631 or email email@example.com
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The cost of arranging your meeting or your stay at the Corinthia Hotels in Malta is positively impacted by a recent law change: it is now possible to file a refund claim for VAT paid on ‘business-related’ conferences, seminars, conventions, meetings or sales events (e.g., accommodation, room rental, AV rental, meals including drinks, coffee breaks, gifts, entertainment, internet and telephony charges). If you are a taxable company and not registered for VAT in Malta but established in another country inside or outside EU territory, you may claim input VAT incurred in Malta on your business event, provided that you do not perform any trading activities in Malta.
How can one apply? An application may be made with the VAT Department in your country by sending the fully paid invoice. Further information may be obtained from the booklet entitled ‘Special Refund Scheme’ on the official government VAT Department website