About AX Group


AX Group is proud to take on innovative and challenging projects. The first on the island to build a big 4 star resort Seashelles at Suncrest, the first to create a retirement village Hilltop Gardens and Simblija Care Home. Now it’s ready for the next exciting project – building a UNESCO approved tunnel underneath Valletta connecting Birgu and Sliema.


In order to deliver ambitious projects – creativity must be combined with determination. AX Group has been showcasing its determination with the long term vision projects such as The Valletta Waterfront and Valletta Cruiseport.


The group has always kept integrity at the core of its business operations. We strive to work on projects that are unique and first of its kind.


AX started in 1975 in construction. The company was awarded a couple of landmark building and civil engineering contracts and by mid-eighties it was already a well-established construction company with Malta’s largest hard rock quarry, the largest pre-cast and pre-stressed concrete plant on the island.

Development was a natural diversification for the company. AX group developed individual terraced houses, large scale residential blocks, office blocks, hotels, restaurants.

And in 1982 AX ventured into hospitality with AX Sunny Coast 4-star complex in Qawra being its first investment.  And soon after the Group inaugurated the largest hotel in Malta, the 4-star AX The Seashells at Suncrest Hotel. Today AX hotels manages 6 hotels including the 4 star AX The Victoria Hotel, a 200 year Palazzo Capua and 5-star city designer hotel in Sliema – AX The Palace. In 2017 AX hotels launched its lasts edition – AX The Saint John Boutique Hotel in Valletta and in 2019 they will be opening one more in Merchant Street.

In 2015 AX Group launched the first retirement village on the island redefining the later lifestyle with the luxurious Hilltop Gardens and Simblija Care home in Naxxar.

Today the AX Group of companies is a household name in Malta. It’s synonymous to landmark constructions and developments such as the superstructure Parliament in Valletta or restorations like the Birgu ditches. It’s a shareholder in the Valletta Cruise port and Valletta Waterfront and plans to launch the UNESCO approved tunnel underneath Valletta connecting Birgu and Sliema in the coming years.