Truly best studios for a perfect holiday in the heart of Valletta
Located 2 minutes away from the center of Valletta and also very close to Upper Barrakka Gardens ( one of Valletta's most beautiful parks with panoramic view of the grand harbour), the Velletta Studios were perfect for our short visit of Valletta. The host was very helpful and available all the time, he received us upon arrival and also was present on the day we were leaving providing us the information we needed during our stay.
The studio was clean and fully equipped with all devices, felt like being at home, also it is very close to the bus terminus which is great for exploring Malta.
We had an amazing view from the balcony, and a very pleasant atmosphere thanks to the different lighting in the studio.
I would definitely re-visit for a longer period.
A hidden jewel amongst medieval Valletta. A perfect place to enjoy a city break in Malta. Convenient for shops, restaurants and Maltas excellant transport links to the whole island. Expect a wonderful welcome from the owners who make every effort to make their guests stay enjoyable
Value for money, central in Valetta, close to all other hotels, restaurants etc. Definitely recommend.
Great view from pool deck. Very central. On beachfront.
My husband and I were looking for a place with history for our honeymoon but also a place where english is spoken (yes, I am afraid we both don't speak any language other than our own, but hey!) Mark had already been to the islands and had also been involved in restoration works there. The walled city of Valletta was our favourite choice, but finding a holiday home there proved somewhat difficult until a collegue of mine mentioned this place. We looked for pictures of the place on the web and fell in love immedietly.
The place itself was truly as beautiful as the site promised. We arrived early on a sunday morning (I shall never take such an early flight again) welcomed by Mr Victor holding our names on a placard. The big bouquet on the coffee table and Maltese wine amongst oranges in a beautifully presented pack were a welcome surprise.
It was great to spend our honeymoon there - Vic even tied a white ribbon on the front door. I found the Maltese extremely friendly too. All in all it was a great experience.
The house itself is meant for a couple (only one double bed) but the rooms are anything but small and, most importantly, they have character: exposed stone walls, a well in the kitchen, amazing big original artworks and photography on the walls, down to the luxurious cushions and hangings.
We did find it a bit of a nuisance not having the bathroom by the bedroom but the uniqueness of the house more than made up for it .
The thick walls protect you from the searing heat ouside and make you feel like you are in your own little castle.
We found staying in this newly referbished 15th century house, having a great kitchen to cook our own meals much more personal than staying in a hotel. This was our second visit to Malta and would recommend it highly.
The owner's father Victor came to pick us up at the airport and saw us off again at the end of our stay.
Found the neighbours extremely friendly and helpful, sometimes almost embarrassingly so.
The small shops in the area were a breadth of fresh air compared to our UK supermarkets. The grocer would even reserve the milk for us. It was a great base from which to experience the city of the Knights. The Casa Rocca, a beautiful museum house, was right up the street as was St Elmo and the Malta Experience multimedia show.
The attention to detail in the Valletta House is fascinating, the kitchen in the cellar atmospheric while the luxurious bedroom we found stimulating (!)
The selection of books related to the island and the cable TV/DVD were helpful when I had to stay in with flu.
I can't recommend you an accomodation in Valletta, as we stayed in the resort place Qawra at St. Paul's Bay.
Accommodation in Malta is provided in hotels, holiday complexes, guest-houses, hostels or self-catering flats. Many hotels offer substantial reductions, particularly during the low season. For further information, contact the Malta Tourism Authority
Mainly small character hotels in converted town houses and palazzos; some larger, more modern hotels outside the city(LeMeridien Phoenicia).
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