Corinthia Hotels has submitted plans to turn the Ħal Ferħ Holiday Complex into a luxury resort.
The development will consist of a 125-room five-star hotel. It will be spread over one and two storeys in a low-density development, Corinthia said.
Designed by architect Martin Xuereb, Corinthia insists that the project will be a “showcase for best practices in sustainability and environmental sensitivity”.
The 83,000m2 site was first constructed by the British military before being turned into a tourism complex.
The Development Brief was updated recently, on the approval of a parliamentary committee, to allow for a partial change in land use in order to include 25 serviced branded residences, whilst retaining tourism as the principal use.
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