Double Superior Executive

Starting from €190 - Night

Our Double Superior Executive 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. Featuring a unique illustration depicting a maltese tradition or landmark created by Nadine Noko a maltese illustrator.

Access rooms provide the guests with added space that can accommodate for wheelchairs.

Room Size 27m²

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Probably the best hotel in the world!
I really loved our stay at De Vilhena!
This is why: Its in the middle of Valletta, and close to everything, The staff couldn’t be more friendly and helpful. They where in the reception 24/7 to answer our questions and help us arrange taxi and everything else we needed., The rooms are big, clean and fresh., The AC worked perfectly. Usually ACs in hotels dont work that well, but this one kept us cold and nice., The wifi was free, fast and worked perfect., You could connect your phone or tablet to the TV (via wifi) to watch movies, news from your home country or whatever you wanted to see., The view from the rooftop is amazing.
I highly recommend this hotel!

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