Last Updated on Thursday, 8 February, 2024 at 12:21 pm by Andre Camilleri
Iniala Harbour House has proudly announced its recognition by Forbes Travel Guide as Malta’s only Forbes Five-Star hotel for the third consecutive year. This esteemed accolade cements Iniala Harbour House’s position as the epitome of luxury hospitality, setting the standard for excellence in the industry.
The Forbes Travel Guide Five-Star award is the most coveted in the global luxury travel sector, recognising exceptional hotels that provide unparalleled service, luxury, and experiences. The award is based on anonymous visits by Forbes Travel Guide’s expert inspectors, who assess the property against hundreds of exacting standards, with only the best of the best achieving this highest rating. Iniala Harbour House is honoured to not only be the sole hotel in Malta to have ever achieved this prestigious recognition but also to have received it for three consecutive years, a testament to its unwavering commitment to delivering extraordinary guest experiences.
Nestled in the heart of Valletta, Malta’s historic capital, Iniala Harbour House offers discerning travellers a unique blend of modern luxury and timeless elegance. Boasting breathtaking views of the Mediterranean Sea and impeccable personalised service, the hotel epitomises the essence of indulgence and sophistication.
Iniala Harbour House’s commitment to excellence extends beyond its luxurious accommodations and amenities. The hotel is dedicated to sustainability and responsible tourism, implementing eco-friendly practices to minimise its environmental footprint while supporting the local community through various Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) activities and philanthropic endeavours.
Since its opening in 2020, Iniala Harbour House continues to redefine luxury hospitality in Malta, offering guests an unparalleled experience that exemplifies the best of Maltese hospitality.
Use the promo code ‘FORBES’ to claim a 10% discount on all bookings made before the end of February for hotel stays until the end of 2024. Terms and conditions and blackout dates may apply.