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All reviewscommunal loungegrand harbourjewel in the crownsitting areacleaning servicemodern amenitiesgreat showerquiet at nightwonderful weeklocation is idealtea coffeecomfortable bedexcellent staya great place to stayair conditioningwonderful viewfranco
We spent a week in the apartment on the first floor, and had the same cleaner as a previous guest has complained about in his review. You really need to ask yourself, 'what kind of person goes on holiday in order to measure the mattress...More
We spent a week in the garden apartment. A small and basic apartment on the lower floor . The apartment is ideal for a central Valletta location. The owner Frank is very reassuring, he has a mature outlook on his role, he is not always...More
This is the most stunning penthouse apartment in a wonderful old palazzo. We were met at the airport by a charming driver holding up our names, to be dropped at the front door of the palazzo where Franck was waiting outside to greet us. Taken...More
Firstly, I've started this a couple of times and have not been able to do Palazzo Citta Valletta justice.
We had the penthouse for three nights, then another suite for two nights. The view from the penthouse is stunning. When Franck took us up there...More
I really don't think I can add anything to the reports below (with one exception!).
Palazzo Citta is a beautiful property a few minutes away from the main square and other sites. Franck is an excellent host who gave us a thorough tour of our...More
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Buses only go to the entrance to the city and not around city streets. To get to a destination or hotel within the city you can use a taxi (or horse-drawn vehicle by day) but be aware that there are lots of slopes up and... More
Buses only go to the entrance to the city and not around city streets. To get to a destination or hotel within the city you can use a taxi (or horse-drawn vehicle by day) but be aware that there are lots of slopes up and down in the city area and whilst walking down the main street to the main square is fairly gentle, roads off are quite steep.
Hope you don't miss the chance to visit Valletta - as a Brit I like it immensely..