National Museum of Archeology
The Auberge de Provence was opened as the National Museum in 1958 by Agatha Barbara, then the Minister of Education. The museum originally included the archaeological collection on the ground floor and fine arts on the first floor. The first curator was Captain Charles G. Zammit, the son of the eminent Maltese archaeologist Sir Themistocles Zammit.
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Casa Rocca Piccola
National War Museum
The National War Museum is a museum located in Fort Saint Elmo in the city of Valletta, Malta. It is one of the most popular museums in Malta. From 1975 to 2014, its collection mainly focused on World War I and World War II.
The museum was located in the Old Drill Hall of Lower Saint Elmo. The building was originally a gunpowder magazine, that was converted into an armoury in around 1853. Anti-aircraft gun crews were trained there during World War II.
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Lower Barrakka Gardens
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.
The restoration of this building was undertaken with as minimal intervention as possible, in order to preserve its essence and expose the grandeur of the limestone work present in its interior. The façade has been meticulously cleaned, exposing architectural characteristics that have been illuminated with carefully selected lighting fixtures.
The concept behind the name of this Palazzo is as imaginative as it is enthralling. Consiglia is the name given to an abstract woman that embodies someone that is familiar in our daily lives. As with the Palazzo, Consiglia has many facets to her character and personality, so it is fitting that these aspects are uniquely reproduced in each of the thirteen rooms in this hotel… read more
A MESSAGE FROM THE HOTEL MANAGER
Robert Borg Millo
At Palazzo Consiglia elegance, tradition and prestige are combined with genuine hospitality which pays careful attention to the requirements of the new traveller. Our aim is to make you feel at home, ensuring you the efficiency of five-star service and a unique travel experience in Malta’s capital city, Valletta.
We invite you to make use of our e Concierge and plan ahead your stay in Malta. We have prepared various information highlighting what to do and where to go during your stay with us whilst giving you an overview of the services Palazzo Consiglia offers.
May I take this opportunity to thank you for choosing Palazzo Consiglia and we all look forward to welcoming you.
Your sincerely ,
Robert Borg Millo
YOUR GUIDE FOR A BETTER STAY
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