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Manoel Theatre

Manoel_theatre_(12851453033)The Manoel Theatre (Maltese: It-Teatru Manoel) is a theatre and important performing arts venue in Malta. The theatre is often referred to as simply “The Manoel”, and is named after Grand Master of the Order of the Knights Hospitaller, Fra António Manoel de Vilhena, who ordered its construction in 1731. The theatre is reputed to be Europe’s third-oldest working theatre (older than the San Carlo in Naples), and the oldest theatre still in operation in the Commonwealth of Nations. Click for more.

National Museum of Archeology

National MuseumThe 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

Casa-Rocca-Piccola-14The history of Casa Rocca Piccola goes back over 400 years to an era in which the Knights of St John, having successfully fought off the invading Turks in 1565, decided to build a prestigious city to rival other European capitals such as Paris and Venice.[5] Palaces were designed for prestige and aesthetic beauty in most of Valletta’s streets, and bastion walls fortified the new sixteenth-century city. Casa Rocca Piccola was one of two houses built in Valletta by Admiral Don Pietro la Rocca. It is referenced in maps of the time as “la casa con giardino” meaning, the house with the garden, as normally houses in Valletta were not allowed gardens. Click for more.

National War Museum

national-war-museum-2The 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

Lower-BarrakkaThe Lower Barakka Gardens (Il-Barrakka t’Isfel) is a garden in Valletta, Malta, and it is twinned with the Upper Barrakka Gardens in the same city. It offers a magnificent view of the Grand Harbour and the Breakwater. There are two monuments, one dedicated to Alexander Ball and another in remembrance of the Great Siege of Malta. Another prominent feature is the neo-classical temple folly at the centre of the park. In addition, the terrace area features a number of commemorative plaques, dedicated to, amongst others, the Hungarian revolution of 1956, the Prague spring, Giuseppe Garibaldi and the 50th anniversary of the European Union. Click for more.

Fort St.Elmo

Vallettas-iconic-breakwater-bridge_by-Keith-Buhagiar-photographyFort Saint Elmo (Maltese: Forti Sant’Iermu) is a star fort in Valletta, Malta. It stands on the seaward shore of the Sciberras Peninsula that divides Marsamxett Harbour from Grand Harbour, and commands the entrances to both harbours along with Fort Tigné and Fort Ricasoli. It is best known for its role in the Great Siege of Malta of 1565. Click for more.

Palazzo Consiglia


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


Robert Borg Millo

Robert Borg Millo

Hotel Manager

Dear Guests,

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
Hotel Manager



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