The 16th century building, which is now the Mediterranean Conference Centre has long been one of Vallettas most outstanding landmarks. Located towards the tip of Valletta peninsula, the MCC stands for distinction with magnificent views across the Grand Harbour.

For over two centuries, the building that now houses the Mediterranean Conference Centre (MCC) was the Sacra Infermeria or Holy Infirmary of the Order of St. John. MCC boasts a total of nine halls over an area of 7,000 square metres. The halls vary in size and are therefore suitable for a range of events. The largest and most impressive, Republic Hall, seats 1,400 in theatre style whereas the smallest, La Cassiere caters for 60 persons. Each meeting hall is equipped with its own independent sound, lighting, audio / visual equipment and climate control. The Centre can accommodate over 2,300 delegates in all the conference halls.

The Centre has reaffirmed itself as the leader in the provision of conference and incentive services not only in Malta but in Europe and the whole of the Mediterranean basin.