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TU HOGAR EN LA VELLETTA, EXCELENTE, LUJO Y GRAN CONFORT
Opinión escrita el 11 de Marzo de 2019
Un gran descubrimiento. Pequeño boutique hotel en el centro histórico de la Valletta.
Lujo, , confort, comodidad. Servicio excelente.
Personal muy amable.
Habitaciones confortables y decoradas con mucho gusto.
Si puedes, reserva la Suite, dispone de dos niveles, baño completo + aseo, dos ambientes, excelente.
El hotel ofrece un desayuno de buena calidad.
Tiene una pequeña piscina en la azotea, con unas vistas espectaculares del puerto.
Gran sopresa, excelente
Opinión escrita el 9 de Mayo de 2018
Pequeño Gran hotel en una excelente ubicacio en el centro de La Valleta, muy tranquilo. Personal muy atento con un trato exquisito en unas instalaciones nuevas, dado su reciente apertura. Muy recomendable
A very lovely boutique hotel.
Opinión escrita el 27 de Julio de 2021
Myself and my partner have just checked out (on the way to the airport as I write this) after a great seven night stay at the newly opened 66 St Paul’s. On checking in a week ago, we were both struck with the beautiful lobby and equally impressed with the quality of service delivered by even the night staff who insisted on accompanying us to our room and explaining the hotel in detail as well as breakfast so we’d be set for the following day. The staff continued to be good throughout the stay. Every day we’ve stayed has been very comfortable almost without exception. The hotel is very tastefully and well modernised whilst retaining its obvious history and it’s always a pleasure to return to after a day in the sweltering Maltese sun. That said there were a few smallish issues so I’m going to highlight them just so the hotel has them as (hopefully) useful feedback. Most notable for us was that on one day (I think it was our fourth) we got trapped on floor 5 on our way out for dinner as the lift wasn’t working. After waiting some time we decided to take the fire escape route (the building’s original and very narrow spiral staircase). Unfortunately we found the steps not only to be dusty and worn down (the building being historic, after all) but also cluttered with cleaning materials, tiles etc. making the descent very dangerous. We’re both in our 20s but if we’d been in our 60s and it had been a real fire (and rest of hotel was emptying in an emergency) this could have been a lot worse. So that’s something to take note of. Another thing is that whilst the rooms are very tastefully finished there’s things here and there that have been overlooked. The shower cubicle in 501, for example, is leaking badly. Water exits through the gap in the enclosure (where door meets the static pane) but also under the door itself such that even a short shower floods half the bathroom. We raised this on day two of our stay after ensuring we weren’t just being clumsy but whilst the front desk said they’d look into it it’s still a problem today. On the topic of the bathroom, there’s also a huge and very nice free-standing bath which I was very excited to try, but then you use it and it’s so relaxing until you realise you’re staring at a ceiling which has been badly repaired after the spotlights have been resituated. You also notice things like, although there’s a huge rack on the wall above the bath for your own toiletries (I’m assuming), there’s not a soap dish of any kind for the bar soaps put on the side of the bath (despite putting two by the dual sinks). These are, of course, little things but they add up. Finally, whilst the addition of Molton Brown toiletries is a welcome luxury, I think the daily addition of four new miniature plastic bottles makes for a bit of an environmental issue when you consider the amount the hotel must be going through across all their rooms. Even in a small hotel this will be adding up. Perhaps consider using a refillable dispenser or larger bottles of these? There’s a pool on floor four which is small but nice and definitely a bonus given the hotel’s very central location. It was annoying on one day to see a group of young guys who I’m confident weren’t guests (perhaps friends of hotel staff) using the pool, however. Breakfast is for the most part pretty good. At the moment they’re asking that you fill out a daily menu card for your order the next morning rather than have people congregate around the usual buffet station (Covid etc.). There’s a good selection of food but little variety so we did find ourself becoming a little bored over the space of the week. Quality of food is good, though, and the staff are friendly and attentive and only too happy to fetch more of anything. The pancakes, however, really aren’t good. Please look up a new recipe as they’re far too tough - more like a small scone or a ‘biscuit’ (American). I tried them twice in case chef had an off day but same situation both days, unfortunately. I feel that’s enough to go on so I’ll wrap things up. There’s cheaper and more expensive options in Valletta but I think 66 represents good value for money for quality of service and probably falls under the category of ‘affordable luxury’. You’ll definitely be comfortable here - and certainly staff do everything to ensure this - but I do think next time I’m back in the city I’ll keep in mind my other options, some of which have a perhaps more distinctive look e.g. Casa Ellul (at least in photos) or more wow factor (e.g. The Phoenicia). I’d also be sure to double check things like treatments were on offer as, perhaps foolishly, I hadn’t expected the spa element of the hotel at 66 to be closed which was part of the reason for booking. At the risk of sounding too negative, though, this is a really wonderful hotel and deserves credit for what it is getting right which is mostly everything. Location is superb (in the middle of the city within easy 10 min walk of anything), rooms are not large but very comfortable with good beds and high quality bedding and staff are very professional and also very friendly. If you’re looking to book a luxury stay in the capital, definitely keep this high on your list and if you do book make sure you go for a sea view as the hotel has some without this and to be so close and not enjoy this stunning vista every morning would be a shame.
25th wedding anniversary break
Opinión escrita el 15 de Julio de 2021
Lovely hotel. Staff efficient, friendly and helpful. Room great, breakfast fantastic. Pool and surrounding area small but lovely. Be warned that the courtyard area is full of mosquitos. Will definitely go back.
Stunning hotel in beautiful Valletta
Opinión escrita el 12 de Julio de 2021
We have just returned from an amazing week staying at 66 St Paul's. A stunning hotel in beautiful Valletta. Everything, from the personal service from the fantastic St Paul's team, the spotless rooms, the unbelievable breakfasts and the fabulous views from the roof top pool area, was absolutely 5*! We will be returning next year! Thank you St Paul's, you did not disappoint!