18th Century Palazzo, Your Home For Some Time While You're In Malta
LLOYD HOUSE VALLETTA is open since March 2014.
An 18th Century Palazzo completely restored that enjoys an excellent location in the historic heart of Valletta.
Each apartment is composed of two rooms (a bedroom and a living room) and a bathroom. 2 of the apartments also have a seperate kitchen, 1 has a kitchen area in the living room and another is a compact studio apartment.
From the balcony (bow window) you can view 'Upper Barakka Garden' and the Grand Harbour. Although the position is very central in the Capital of Malta, the area is very quiet and tranquil.
Double bed, two bedside tables, wardrobe with two doors and desks.
Comfortable small kitchen area with stove, oven microwave, fridge with freezer and cupboards, dishes, plates, saucers, cups, kettle, 'Lavazza' coffee machine with pods (included in the Welcome Pack).
Double sofa bed, round table with four chairs, coffee table, television
The Welcome Pack includes an assortment of foods at your disposal: tea, coffee, salt, sugar, water, etc..
Sink with shelves, toilet, shower, wash (shampoo, hand soap, shower gel)
Pillows, duvet and duvet cover (fresh for each guest), towels, tablecloths, napkins.
Price is based on 2 persons per night. There is a 30€ charge per night for more than 2 persons in an apartment.
Internet with wi-fi access, air conditioning / heating, cable television
INTERACTION WITH THE GUESTS
Robert, the owner, was born in Malta and speaks Maltese, English, Italian and French will be happy to give you advice and information about places to visit and things to do during your stay, also the restaurants in the area that are worth a visit.
LLOYD HOUSE is located in front of the Saluting Battery which is the ancient ceremonial platform of Valetta from where it continues to this day to shoot guns,blanks (at noon precisely 12:00 and sunset at 16:00), and Upper Barakka Gardens, the most beautiful park in Valletta, created on the bastion of St. Peter and Paul in1661, ex-garden 'suite' of the Italian Knights of St. John, whose residence inn (auberge) is nearby and open to the public in 1824 where you can enjoy stunning views of the Grand Harbour, the ancient cities of Senglea and Vittoriosa, Fort St. Angelo, Fort Ricasoli in Kalkara.
A TOUR AROUND
If you want to find out and let yourself be enchanted by Valletta, the capital of the Republic of Malta, there is no need to take public transportation: everything you want to visit is pleasantly accessible within a walking distance. A few steps away you can find the terminal bus stop of Valletta from where all buses arrive and depart serving the major cities and villages of Malta.