Our Deluxe rooms are one room suites featuring a queen sized bed and an outside facing window. Each room offers its guest an Espresso Machine, Molten Brown body lotion, shampoo and conditioner, bathrobe and bath slippers.

Furnished with luxurious all marbled bathrooms, minimalistic furniture completed with brass touches throughout. Facilities such as Smart TV, in built USB Ports and Wi-Fi all round have been subtly fitted within the rooms. Rooms range from 22m² to 26m² in size.

Our Double Deluxe rooms are tiled with Crema Marfil Marble, finished with grey paint and brass touches. Featuring a unique illustration depicting a maltese tradition or landmark created byNadine Noko a maltese illustrator.

Starting from €140 - Night

Our Double Superior Deluxe room is decorated with a dark blue feature wall, Giallo Antico marble, velvet blue blackout curtains, brass touches and uniquely designed cushions matching the blue atmosphere.

Starting from €190 - Night

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The room was really kept up to standard. The hotel staff was really helpful at all times . They helped with everything and went out of their bounds to help us. THE view from the roof top is astonishing. excellent location!
Trisianne Yorkshire, United Kingdom

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