Side sea views from balcony
“Danielle met us at the apartment and shown us everything we needed . She and her partner Mario were quick and kept us up to date with foreign travel advice regarding the current covid-19 situation. Liked the little touches of bottle of water ,tea /coffee and milk in the fridge as shops are sometimes closed / a fair walk as Valetta was partially locked down/ closed. Would recommend to couples or single travellers 100 percent :)”
Sunny, studio penthouse in the capital Valletta with great views on two harbours. Designed, furnished & finished to high standards by its owner-architect & photographer partner. Sun terrace, superb location, city-tips and exceptional views!
“You will not be disappointed with your stay at Valletta Vintage. Amazing space for 2 people, very stylish and also in a perfect location with great sea views. Our host was very responsive and provided great recommendations during our stay in Valletta. The apartment is very modern and well decorated yet maintains the history of the building's architecture. You will feel part of the beautiful surroundings and history that Malta has to offer.”
A brand new house having an open plan layout. It is ground floor thus there are no steps. The house has an open plan bedroom/living room, a kitchen and a bathroom. Two people can sleep in the double bed however there are also two recliners. It is situated 5 mins walk from the seaside, 1 min walk from the Lower Barrakka Gardens and 5 mins walk from the City Center. Public transport is within a 3 minute walk. It is in an ideal spot to discover the city and its surroundings.
“This apartment is highly recommended for anyone who wants to spend a few days in the old town of Valletta. Located directly at the beautiful Lower Barrakka Gardens with a great view of the harbor and the sea, the old town can be easily conquered on foot. Shops (including groceries) and refreshments are numerous. The apartment is extremely rich (even iron, ironing board, sufficient closet space and lots of hangers, excellent WiFi, TV (but no German channels), kitchen with everything a woman / man needs, air conditioning, ceiling fan, couch set, etc.). A little minus is the ventilation. Due to the construction, the apartment only has a door that leads directly to the street and a small window. This makes it difficult to ventilate the apartment. You notice that when you come home after a nice day outside.”