Accommodation
Westin Dragonara in St Julian’s has completed a stunning renovation worth €40 million!
Wowza!

Jillian Mallia

It’s been a tough few months for the hotel industry since COVID hit, but Westin Dragonara Resort used the shutdown time wisely and has now completed a €40 million renovation. First opened in 1997, Westin is ready to share all they’ve got to offer as they welcome their guests this summer season.

Westin’s new look

Conceptualised by London based interior designer, Lynne Hunt, the newly renovated guest rooms offer a light and airy design that promotes relaxation and renewal. The design details take inspiration from the hotel’s extraordinary seaside location and its passion for wellbeing, featuring soft hues of Maltese limestone and the turquoise tones of the Mediterranean Sea. Culture, history, and elegance, all in one room!

But the centrepiece of this project has to be the stunning hotel lobby with its ORVM Lounge and Piano bar which is frequented by many patrons who wish to relax, grab a drink, and listen to great music.

Guests are invited to relax under the soft mood lighting and recharge with the soundtrack of the soothing ocean that drifts from the connecting veranda. Floor-to-ceiling glass doors lead out onto a newly extended veranda, perfect for al fresco socialising and relaxing.  In addition, guests can choose from the nourishing menu packed with healthy heart-warming dishes or enjoy a ‘Crafted at Westin’ cocktail from a dazzling array.

The gateway to luxury in Malta

“The fully refurbished Westin Dragonara Resort is now truly well placed to be ‘The gateway to luxury in Malta’,” comments the hotel’s General Manager, Michael Camilleri Kamsky. “Our €40m investment coupled with the high standards of service which our team is renowned for, as well as our staff friendliness, are a guarantee to our guests and patrons that their stay will leave them feeling better than when they arrived.”

“Every element of our refurbishment has been considered to help guests relax and re-energise, from the spacious design, to the unique food and beverage offering. We look forward to welcoming guests to experience this gem at first hand.”

10th July 2020


Jillian Mallia
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Jillian Mallia
A book lover, writer and globetrotter who loves exploring new places and the local gems that the Maltese Islands have to offer. An avid foodie and arts fanatic, Jillian searches the island and beyond for the perfect settings to write about.

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