Palazzino Nina could not but name one of its most prominent and oldest suite found on the ground floor, for the most renowned trade in Qormi that of the baker. Indeed, Qormi is known as well as the Baker’s City. In 2007 Qormi hosted its first national event of ‘Lejl f’Casal Fornaro’ which translates to ‘A Night in the Casal Fornaro’ as Qormi has been known for hundreds of years, an event which drew thousands of visitors. During the event, which has been repeated annually ever since, the visitor is exposed to the traditional life in Qormi and can savour the traditional bread. Bread is the island’s staple food and the Maltese bread is very much sought after. Qormi is recognised nationally for having the best and the largest number of bakeries in the country, several of which still operate in the traditional manner using wood-fire ovens. Palazzino Nina lies in the heart where these traditional bakeries are found and certainly hotel guests shall be served the local speciality accompanied by other traditional bakery products produced by the skillful locals. During the British rule between 1798 till 1964, the milling of wheat and the baking of bread became more prominent and Qormi had an important role to play providing bread for the Maltese families during the Second World War.