The Mediterranean Conference Centre is firmly established as one of the most impressive conference centres in Europe.
For over two centuries, the building served as the Sacra Infermeria or Holy Infirmary of the Order of St John. Constructed in the latter part of the 16th century, this architectural landmark has had a fascinating history during which it was subject to various transformations as it changed to accommodate the needs of the day.
Overlooking the Grand Harbour, the centre has all the benefits of ultra-modern technology set in an oasis of historical tranquillity. It boasts 10 venues and eight syndicate rooms over an area of 8,000 square metres. The halls vary in size and are, therefore, suitable for a range of events. Over 2,500 delegates can be accommodated in all the conference halls.
The centre recently launched two new venues: an outdoor terrace, which can accommodate 600 persons for receptions and gala dinners, and a multi-purpose hall featuring a blend of old architecture and modern technology.
It has also unveiled plans for a new €10-million virtual museum, which will be using mobile augmented reality and holographic technology. The first of its kind in Malta, the scope of the augmented reality museum is to relive the past in specific areas of the centre.
Chairman: Kenneth Spiteri
Secretary: Kenneth Busuttil
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