Palazzo Consiglia

Palazzo Consiglia

A HOME WITHIN THE WALLS OF CULTURE

 

Palazzo Consiglia is a traditional Maltese townhouse situated at the heart of Valletta in St Ursula Street, just a few metres away from the St Rocco’s church and key attractions such as the Lower Barrakka Gardens, Valletta Waterfront and Fort Saint Elmo. This flawless building portrays Malta’s rich history, with a predominant Baroque design in the lower floors, and Roman and Arabic features that can be observed in the newest parts of the Palazzo.

Our Rooms

Guests staying at Palazzo Consiglia can choose from thirteen diverse guest rooms that each have a different character. Each of these rooms has been fitted with a custom wallpaper style, upholstery and headboards. We devoted a lot of time to carefully select stunning furniture pieces that have been obtained from Italy, France, as well as from Malta. Clients can expect these rooms to be styled with complimenting pieces from a wide range of eras, including Art Nouveau, Art Deco, Classical and Baroque.

Use Promo code “GAYGUIDEMALTA” and benefit from the 5 % discount on published website rates , 15% discount on the beverage bill and a Bottle of Prosecco in your room upon arrival.

 Click here for booking, rates and availability.

Relax and Enjoy

Take full advantage of Malta’s incredible weather and abundance of sunshine with our roof terrace. Enjoy spectacular views of Valletta and the Grand Harbour while feasting on our sumptuous breakfast or having an afternoon drink. The roof area also includes a modest recreational area with a mini pool, a reading nook, and a winter sundeck.
Down below, we have carefully designed the Cantina as a top quality wellness area where guests can enjoy spa treatments, the use of a heated indoor plunge pool and steam room.

Visit our website for direct booking or contact us for more information.

Email

info@palazzoconsiglia.com

Telephone

+356 2124 4222

Address

102 St.Ursula Street
Valletta, VLT 1234

Palazzo Consiglia

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