Jerma Hotel Marsascala

Jerma Hotel Marsascala

Jerma Palace Hotel in Marsascala, Malta. The Jerma Hotel Marsascala was once Malta’s most prestigious hotel in the south. Then the biggest in Malta with 700 beds, it was opened in 1982. It had taken three years to build and cost €16.3 million. Until it closed,jerma it was operated by the Corinthia chain. The Jerma Palace Hotel and its surrounding land covers an area of 38,745 square metres – almost the size of five-and-a-half football pitches. The abandoned Jerma hotel in Marsascala will remain in its current state of decay after its owners succeeded in overturning an order for its demolition. The Jerma Palace Hotel was built on a headland called il-Hamriga, close to the 17th-century Saint Thomas Tower. The land originally belonged to Franciscan Conventuals and Ivan Burridge, who sold it to San Tumas Holdings. In 1976, San Tumas sold the plot to the Libyan Foreign Investment Company. The Jerma Palace Hotel was subsequently built, and it was opened in 1982. The hotel was managed by Corinthia Hotels International through a management agreement. Jerma Hotel Marsascala | abandoned places filmed by drone

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