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The 2 Star British Hotel Malta is the longest established hotel in Valletta, and is located in one of the city’s quaint terraced streets with magnificent views of the grand harbour and just two minutes from Valetta’s prime shopping area , museums, and no more than five from the island’s administrative and financial centres, the British Hotel is the ideal base for the holidaymaker and business traveller's alike.
Opened in 1947 by Lady Margaret Strickland, the 5 Star Hotel Phoenicia Malta overlooks Malta’s lovely Grand Harbour, renowned to be one of the finest natural ports in Europe, as well as enjoying beautiful views of Valletta's bastions. The Phoenicia is situtated just outside the entrance to the Capital City of Valletta and Malta's new parliament building designed by Renzo Piano making it the perfect city hotel. Valletta is also a main artery for the local public transport making it easy for guest on holiday in Malta to travel around the Island.
The 5 Star Corinthia Palace Hotel is set in beautifully landscaped gardens. This once a coffee shop has been turned into an elegant hotel that offers superior service and amenities and it is situated in highly sought after residential area of Attard just across the road from the Presidential Palace Of Malta and the Attard botanical gardens. Attard is in close proximity to the capital city of Valletta and the silent city of Mdina. If you are looking for a tranquil location away from the hustle and bustle the Corinthia Palace should be one of your first choices.
The 5 Star Xara Palace Relais & Chateaux Boutique Hotel. (Pronounced "shaa-ra palace") is located in a 17th Century Palazzo in Mdina, that has recently been restored and turned into a luxury boutique hotel in the heart of this unique town. This boutique hotel is truly "one of a kind" on the Maltese Islands and the only hotel in the Silent City of Mdina.
The 3 Star Osborne Hotel is set amongst the fortifications of Valletta. These fortifications where Malta's main military defence in the time of the Knights of Malta and where built to protect the capital city of the Island. The Osborne is housed in one of the palaces built by the said Knights, particularly, the Knights of the Order of St John, giving the property that added historical touch. Valletta is a great spot to visit churches, museums, art galleries, churches and the numerous outdoor cafes, restaurants and shops during the day, whilst it is extremely quiet and laid back in the evening. The Osborne remains one of the best priced hotels in Valletta and has been a favourite amongst numerous returning clients of Maltahotel.net.