Choosing the Right Hotel in Malta
Not all hotels in Malta welcome you with a mix of rich Mediterranean colours, bold textures and a harmonic, calming architecture that soothes the post-flight nerves. Hotel Valentina in St Julian’s does exactly that.
There are countless Maltese hotels on every street, from five star luxury residences and spas to quaint little aparthotels and cheap hotels. However, the newly opened Hotel Valentina is truly something unique. This boutique hotel offers a breath of fresh air thanks to its intimate design and peaceful ambience, all encompassed within a contemporary design and stunning service. There are no dull, winding hallways here, no endless floors of rooms, but a cosy layout of rooms, all individually designed to impeccable standards, offering a palette of browns, blacks and creams, a delightful contrast to the bright blue Mediterranean Sea outside.
Apart from stunning design, what makes this hotel in Malta so unique? Hotel Valentina’s small size is its greatest advantage, guests are individually welcomed, and all receive a personalised and hospitable experience. Unlike many hotels, Valentina feels safe and self-contained, yet spaced out; one can relax with a newspaper at the breakfast table without feeling overcrowded and restricted.
You are never far away from anywhere in the Hotel Valentina. Step outside and you enter into the middle of Paceville, Malta’s nightlife district, where students, tourists, local teenagers and middle aged couples all congregate to enjoy the bars, clubs and restaurants on offer. Venture a little further out, and St Julian’s and Sliema once again offer a huge array of restaurants, public houses, and shopping facilities, as well as excellent transport links into the capital city of Valletta.
Hotels in Malta should be a home away from home, and choosing Hotel Valentina is certain to live up to all expectations. The cost too, will not stretch your pockets, leaving you free to spend as you please for the rest of your holiday, enjoying the wide array of delights that the Maltese Islands have to offer.
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