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Check this out! Hilton Malta earns internationally recognised health security badge
Way to go, Hilton!

Kim Vella

Digital health company Sharecare has joined forces with Forbes Travel Guide to create the ‘Sharecare Verified’ badge, thus ensuring that health, security, and safety standards are maintained across hotels, cruises, and resorts around the world.

It just so happens that Hilton Malta has become one of the newest recipients of this badge!      

“The health and safety of our guests and team members has been a top priority over the past few months and this verification speaks to our commitment and promise,” the hotel wrote on social media.

So, what does it mean to be Sharecare Verified? 

Hotels, cruises and resorts across 12 countries can earn the ‘Sharecare Verifed with Forbes Travel Guide’ badge by completing and maintaining health and security standards set by the former company.

All badge applicants must pass health and safety tests pertaining to health and hygiene protocols, cleaning products and procedures, masks and PPE, ventilation, management accountability and, lastly, health and safety communication with guests and employees.

This verification gives guests the peace of mind that the hotel they choose always has their best interests at heart and is committed to practices which ensure their safety and comfort.

17th January 2022


Kim Vella
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Kim Vella
A highly curious explorer always looking to find her next adventure. Kim loves sharing her experiences and what's happening on the Maltese Islands. When not writing, you’ll probably find her playing around with some clay or somewhere surrounded by trees. She's always up for listening to people's stories about anything to do with nature, a passion project or issue you feel needs tending to.

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