Last Updated on Monday, 12 December, 2022 at 5:25 pm by Andre Camilleri
The 5-star hotel celebrated its second anniversary with a tree-planting ceremony
Hyatt Regency Malta celebrated its second anniversary since opening its doors on the Maltese Islands. To commemorate the special occasion, the hotel’s management team coordinated a tree- planting morning in the gardens of The Santa Rita Priory together with the friars.
The project involved the planting of a variety of trees and plants within the gardens of The Santa Rita Priory, situated in the piazza in front of the hotel. The species of trees planted included three citrus trees and seven olive trees (‘Arbequina’), together with a variety of flowering plants such as Society Garlic (‘Tulbaghia Violacea’), Bird of Paradise (‘Sterlizia Regina’) and Rosemary (‘Rosmarino Officinalis’). An irrigation system was also installed to automatically hydrate the newly planted trees and plants using water from the priory wells.
The trees were planted by the Hyatt Regency management team joined by the Augustinian Friars as part of their ongoing collaboration to improve the community.
During the event, Hyatt Regency Malta’s General Manager, Mark Vella, commented: “Over the past two years, we have been working with the Augustinian friars to find ways for us to contribute to improving our local area. It was only fitting that we celebrate this significant two-year milestone together and we look forward to future collaborations!”