Area Attractions

Standing bright beneath an open sunny sky, opposite a historical Augustinian Priory and overlooking the heart St Julian’s, the Hyatt Regency Malta is on the doorstep of all that the islands have to offer. From luxury retail and dining to coastal adventures, nothing is too far from our bespoke guest rooms and suites.

Hyatt Regency Malta

77, Triq Sqaq Lourdes, St.George’s Bay
St. Julian's, Malta, STJ 3311



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Arts & Culture

Hyatt Regency Malta Culture

Teatru Manoel, Valletta

7.6km away
The Manoel Theatre, named after the Grand Master Manoel de Vilhena, is thought to be Europe’s third-oldest working theatre. It regularly presents shows and performances, including opera and theatre in English, to the audiences filling the 623 seats in the stalls, as well as box seats.

MUŻA - The Malta National Community Art Museum, Valletta

7.1 kilometres away
This art museum, relocated to the Auberge d’Italie in 2018, houses temporary exhibitions and a permanent collection of works by artist both Maltese and foreign, with works from artists such as Mattia Preti, J.M.W. Turner, Antonio Sciortino, Edward Lear, and many more.

Palazzo De La Salle (Malta Society of Arts), Valletta

7.7 kilometres away
This is Malta’s oldest institution for the arts and crafts. The Malta Society of Arts continues its mission to support the arts by providing education and spaces for artists; hosting events and exhibitions that are open to the public throughout the year. Also home to the recently restored masterpiece, the Sala dei Cavalieri.

Palazzo Parisio, Naxxar

5.7 kilometres away
What started life as a hunting lodge in the 1700s, Palazzo Parisio has become one of Malta’s most spectacular private houses. Known for its immaculate botanical gardens and its excellently maintained baroque interiors, it is a choice destination for historic exploration, as well as afternoon tea, dining, and events both indoor and out.

St John's Co Cathedral

7.2 kilometres away
Commissioned in 1577 by Grand Master la Cassière, Malta’s famous co-cathedral is one of Europe’s finest examples of Baroque architecture. Inside are ornate interiors designed by famed artist Mattia Preti, whose paintings adorn some of the nine chapels; along with tapestries by​​ Rubens and paintings by Francesco Potenzano. Caravaggio​​’s Beheading of St John is the undeniable highlight.

Museum of Archaeology

7.2 kilometres away
Located in the striking Auberge de Provence on the capital’s Republic Street, this museum is home to almost 5,000 years of discoveries. From the Neolithic to the Phoenician, this museum is the best place to walk through an overview of Malta’s ancient history.

Lifestyle – Gardens

hyatt regency malta Lifestyle

San Anton Gardens, Attard

9.8 kilometres away
After his election to Grand Master, Antoine de Paule expanded his villa into a palazzo that now serves as the presidential residence, and he built the San Anton Gardens. Stroll along the elegant walkways along sculptures, ponds, families of ducks and peacocks, and centuries old botanical collections.

Hastings Gardens, Valletta

7.6 kilometres away
Located on top of the bastions of St Michael and St John on the west side of the city gate, these gardens are known for their panoramic views of neighbouring Sliema and Gżira. They are home to two sculptures: a monument to Sette Giugno as well as a Khachqar unveiled by the Armenian community.

Upper Barrakka Gardens, Valletta

8.1 kilometres away
Like its sibling garden the Lower Barrakka Gardens, the Upper Barrakka provides a panoramic view of the harbour. The Upper Barrakka features an active Saluting Battery, as well as monuments and walkways. It is accessible via lift from Valletta’s ditch.

Independence Gardens, Sliema

2.4 kilometres away
Nestled at the edge of Balluta in Sliema, these gardens overlook Exiles beach, a playground for children, fountains and a snack bar frequented by summer beachgoers. The gardens are home to a changing cat sculpture, made as tribute to the cats that live here and the people that take care of them.

Outdoor Attractions

Hyatt Regency Malta

Sunday fish market, Marsaxlokk

13.5 kilometres away
The pride of Malta’s traditional fishing village is its market, where hawkers sell their fresh fish to anyone that makes their way to Marsaxlokk early enough. The ideal time to arrive is around 6am, whether it’s for fresh fish or a sunrise stroll through the market – although it is open until around noon.

Water Ferries – Sliema – Valletta – Three Cities

3.7 kilometres away
Hop between Sliema and Valletta, Valletta and the Three Cities, and now even Valletta and Gozo – all by sea! The water that separates these three iconic hubs can be crossed using this convenient ferry service, which runs regularly through the day.

Ta’ Qali

10.3 kilometres away
As one of the more open spaces in Malta, Ta’ Qali hosts the national football stadium, the Ta’ Qali National Park, the Ta’ Qali crafts village – a popular tourist destination. Here you’ll be able to watch craftspeople at work – from glass blowers to potters – and purchase their wares as souvenirs.

Blue Grotto, Qrendi 

16.2 kilometres
Below the cliff faces of Malta’s southern edge, the Blue Grotto and its surrounding caves are a collection of ideal swimming and kayaking spots where blue seawater casts the caves in dappled blue light and is home to brilliant phosphorescent sea life, both flora and fauna.


Hyatt Regency Malta Gastronomy


7.7 kilometres away
This Michelin-starred restaurant is headed by Chef Jonathan Brincat, who worked under London’s Gary Hollihead – another Michelin-star recipient. The restaurant combines the old with the new to craft a warm and informal dining experience.


0.04 kilometres away
Seed is Hyatt’s own première restaurant. Set in the shade of an Augustinian priory, Seed serves farm-to-fork dishes that are seasonal, local, and high in quality. At Seed, Mediterranean flavours come to life giving you a true taste of this fabulous region, at breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

Ta’ Betta Winery

15.1 kilometres away
For small and intimate gatherings over glasses of artisanal wines and the discerning connoisseur, Ta’ Betta winery offers a tasting experience like no other. Sip your wine on their terrace with distant views of the historic cities of Mdina and Valletta.

Mediterranean Culinary Academy – Cooking Classes

5.3 kilometres away
The Mediterranean Culinary Academy is a stalwart of culinary education in Malta. It promotes proficiency in the kitchen and helps guests develop a love for Mediterranean ingredients. It’s also the place to buy local products, including: endemic vinegars, EV olive oils, and honey.