The 5-star Grand Hotel Excelsior situated in Valletta, a UNESCO World Heritage Site with many attractions, art treasures, and ancient architecture. This prestigious hotel has state-of-the-art meeting rooms with views of Marsamxett Harbour and Manoel Island. Its position allows access to all Maltese islands. www.excelsior.com.mt Booking Code: MEDPOWER2022 is €120.00 per room per night. Please visit www.excelsior.com.mt and input the following code: MEDPOWER2022 for the price of €120 per single occupancy. In case of difficulty in booking, please contact: email@example.com
Deluxe Room on BB Basis With 1 King Or Twin Beds- Facing Bastion walls or harbour- Balcony-33-38Sqm
The Deluxe Inland Room amenities include a balcony – tea and coffee-making facilities – international satellite flat-screen TV, 1 direct dial telephone, 1 bathroom phone, safe, and mini bar- Working desk – sofa – individually controlled air-conditioning/heating – spacious bathroom.
The Hornblower Boat will take us to our Welcome Reception Destination via the Marsamxett Harbour and Grand Harbour surrounding the Capital City of Valletta. Time of departure is 18:00 from The Grand Hotel Excelsior Pier. Warm clothing is recommended.
The Welcome Reception will take off from the Conference venue itself (weather permitting) with a boat trip through the Harbours of Marsamxett and Grand Harbour around the Valletta Peninsola. We will stop at Villa Bighi the Malta Council for Science and Technology (MCST) venue for a Welcome Reception.
The Gala Dinner venue is being hosted at the Casino Maltese located in the heart of Malta’s Capital City Valletta, a short walk from the conference venue. The Casino Maltese is a social club created in 1852. The premises it occupies were originally built by the Knights of Saint John of Jerusalem, Rhodes and Malta in the seventeenth century and used as the accounting branch of their Treasury. The exclusive Casino Maltese has hosted royalty and prominent personalities in this historic building that the Club has transformed into a truly outstanding venue. The large entrance hall leads to a majestic staircase that branches off into two. The spacious landing on the first floor leads to the two main reception areas: The Ballroom and the President’s Room. Beyond the Ballroom lie the Dining Room, overlooking St George’s Square and the smaller Princess Room so named after the visit to the club of Queen Elizabeth II when she was still a princess. We look forward to welcoming you.