2 pers. - Breakfast included
|From £ 141.04|
2 pers. - Breakfast included
|From £ 149.59|
Carefully restored to its former glory, the historic Palazzo Capua is a beautiful monument to a bygone age and an exclusive retreat. Each of 5 exquisite suites has been uniquely decorated to ensure a luxurious feel in colour, texture and design for an unforgettably intimate stay. All accommodations feature an extensive colonnaded terrace and direct sunlight throughout the entire floor. Duplex suites are also available.
Guests can enjoy a wide range of indulgent dining options at the two adjoining sister hotels, The Victoria Hotel with its 4-star venues, or The Palace with its 5-star offerings.
Following extensive renovation, Palazzo Capua now shares the same state-of-the-art spa facilities as The Palace and The Victoria Hotel, including a spectacular top-floor fitness room, an outdoor pool and an indoor pool. Guests can also take advantage of the underground parking, and meeting and conference rooms.
Nestled in the trendy centre of Sliema, Palazzo Capua is close to a variety of amenities, such as restaurants, open-air cafés and shops. Guests are only 400 metres from Sliema's main bus station and ferry port, which offers services to Valletta.
Great location and qualityComment of B. Gordon, United Kingdom the 2016-03-24
"Let down by breakfast in hotel next door"
On arrival you go to the Hotel Victoria just next door to Pallazzo Capua. The staff there are delightful and can not do enough for you however, the standard of the hotel is way below the standard of the Pallazzo room/suites. Well decorated with a bed on a mezzanine floor is well furnished with a dining table, sofa and a good sized bathroom. Two doors open out onto a terrace which overlooks a new private hospital which is very quiet. Breakfast was dreadful, all self service with the cooked offering sweating in covered dishes, press a button for the coffee and the fruit on offer was tinned pears or peaches and wedges of orange or apple that are seen at half time on a rugby pitch. Why not serve breakfast in the suite on the dining table' Use fresh local fruits found on Mediterranean islands. Thee is a 5 star hotel next door maybe they serve a better breakfast. What a shame, the staff are so good and professional but let down by poor breakfast.
"Nice place mixed bag"
So by no means all negative very different hotel in an old palace , lovely ambiance and very comfy bed in the suite which had 2 floors. Air conditioning very good and nice overall suite. Shower was very small but given it's an old building they must have struggled for space. Most of the time staff friendly and helpful but pool area indoors was not nice and at times like a youth club apparently members of the gym can pop in any time on the Saturday they were in blasting music on speakers and taking endlesss pictures .We asked one of the staff to sort it out and first person instead of dealing with it had a laugh with the people making the noise. One of the staff (forget his name bald with glasses) did come up again but even after this my wife ended up having to ask them to be quiet as they didn't listen to him (he also seemed to find them amusing ). He told me later on he had sorted it out which I knew he hasn't which made it worse .In a 5* hotel you don't expect that. So I don't think we would stop again we love Malta and have booked next trip already staying at the grand in Valletta we stayed there last year and it is in a different class to be fair. So if you can get a good deal and you are not bothered about the indoor pool then may be worth a go but we are unlikely to return.
The hotel is quite simply gorgeous. However, the staff take it to another level. We visit Malta every year, we stay in a different hotel every time. I can honestly say this is the best place to stay. The staff are brilliant, friendly but not in a forced way, professional but not in a stuffy way, they know you by name, before you check in!! 5* all the way! We will be back ❤️
"A stay with a difference!!!!!"
The Palazzo Capua is a stunning old building located next to The Victoria and Palace Hotels. You check in at the Victoria and have the use of facilities at both hotels. Beautiful roof top pool and Asian restaurant in the Palace hotel. The hotel is up a hill from the main area of Sliema but has great wee pubs and restaurants close by. Ferry to Valletta is only 5 mins and very cheap as is all public transport in Malta. We loved the charm of the Palazzo, yes noise could be a bit of a problem and the odd smell from the drains but it is an old building and that's to be expected. If you like modern clean lines its not for you but if like us you like something different with charm then the Palazzo is for you. Would go back in a heart beat. Very good breakfasts too.
"Love this place"
We have stayed here before and absolutely love the peace and quiet. Beautiful building. Great facilities. This time we were in the smallest suite 809...previously stayed in one of the larger suites. Few things not right...smell from shower, stain on bedding, one door to veranda didnt lock or open. Reception was quick to act but solution was to permanently lock door for our stay. Bedding stain was a post wash stain! Also, although it was unusually cold for this time of year the towel rail in the bathroom didnt work...so very cold! As was downstairs generally due to ineffective heating. Would we come back' Maybe not....
Buffet breakfast: £ 11.97/person
Breakfast: £ 8.55/person
Outdoor swimming pool: Free
Indoor pool: Free
Fitness centre: Free
Credit cards accepted by the hotel: Visa - MasterCard - American Express - Maestro - Diners Club - Japan Credit Bureau (JCB) - Discover
Check-in: 3:00 PM , Check-out: 12:00 PM