There is the grandeur of Valletta, its sumptuous auberges and churches. And then there is the reality of this famed city, the side-streets, the buildings where real men and women live, eat, play and meet. In one of these streets, an old palazzo has been converted most aptly into residence suites.
Called The Vincent in sweet remembrance of the man who, over 80 years ago, was born and raised in this palazzo, the accommodation is beautifully quirky to complement the surrounding area. Washing lines hang from nearby windows and on sultry days people linger outside their houses for their ration of banter, gossip and laughter. If you want to experience a touch of the genuine Valletta in comfort and quaintness, the Vincent is your ideal destination.
The serviced apartments are a stone’s throw from the magnificent St Elmo and the Sacra Inferia, with the sea just a few metres away. Restaurants, St. John’s Co-Cathedral, the Auberge de Castille, the bastion and Renzo Piano’s renowned entrance to Valletta in its majestic glory are all within walking distance.
The Vincent offers a bed and breakfast stay in rooms which are cosy and uniquely finished by Carlo Schembri, one of the island’s leading designers. Choose The Vincent to relive history in the comfort of a 400 year old palazzo.