The Phoenicia Malta


Valletta itself hasn’t been the only thing that has been given a good facelift, so does the hotel just outside Valletta Main Gate, namely The Phoenicia Malta, a Campbell Gray Hotel and a member of The Leading Hotels of the World. With its restored 136 luxury bedrooms & suites, The Phoenicia Malta is surely the hotel to stay at should one is looking for some luxury on the door step of Valletta.


The hotel offers a variety of rooms, being Superior Rooms, Executive Balcony rooms, Deluxe Harbour View rooms, Harbour View Suites and a Valletta Suite. Rooms / Suites range in between 18 & 56 sqm and all come with;

  • Safe and writing desk
  • LCD TV with cable channels
  • Individually controlled ac and heating
  • Hot drink facilities and a fully stocked minibar
  • Ensuite bathroom, complete with luxury products, bathrobes and hairdryer
  • Stunning views of Malta.


The rooms are seriously stunning, especially those over looking the Grand Harbour. Having said that, one can’t not point out the various outlets within the hotel. The hotels offer 2 restaurants, namely The Phoenix and Cafe Phoenicia and a number of bar / lounges, namely The Palm Court, Afternoon Tea, The Club Bar and the Bastion Pool Bar. You’re surely spoil for choice! The location, the 7.5 acres of garden, the conference rooms and the character of the hotel itself makes it ideal for both wedding / anniversary events and conferences alike.

Last but not least one can’t not mention the numerous places of interest, within walking distance, that can be found within Valletta. This is surely a paradise to all those who are into culture and history. To mention just a few of them, Valletta offers places of interest like the St John’s Cathedral, where one can admire the Caravaggio painting, The Knights hospitaller, National Museum of Archaeology, Manoel Theatre, Casa Rocca Piccola, etc…

Valletta, Malta’s Capital City. Valletta has seen a major renovation in these last years, it now boosts a new parliament, new revamped entrance, restored Triton fountain, new bus terminal, etc….. Those who have been to Malta before will surely be impressed as what Renzo piano designed and what the locals accomplished in reviving this city. 2018 is a special year for Valletta, 2018 Eurpoean Capital of Culture. Rome is said to be an open air museum, those who know Valletta can confirm that it’s not so far behind. Numerous museums are open to the general public all throughout the year, including but not limited to The GrandMaster’s Palace. The National Museum of Archaeology, St John’s Co-Cathedral, the Knights Hospitaller, and the Manoel Theatre.