The Castille Hotel (3*) is a superior category hotel conveniently located in the heart of Malta's historic capital city, Valletta. Having 38 charming rooms, the friendly staff welcomes visitors to stay at the hotel and enjoy a pleasant and relaxing holiday in Malta. Their goal is to ensure that all of their guests have an enjoyable and unforgettable holiday in the Maltese Islands. The hotel features two charming restaurants, La Cave and De Robertis, offering guests a wide selection of local and foreign cuisine.
The hotel's excellent location gives visitors the opportunity to explore Malta's rich and unique heritage. Valletta’s 320 monuments, make it one of the most concentrated historic areas in the world.
All rooms are tastefully furnished with period furniture and fittings to blend with the building's architectural beauty. Some of the rooms are augmented by a traditional wooden Maltese balcony. All rooms are equipped with: Bathroom, Individual air-conditioning/central heating, Wall-to-wall carpeting, Telephone, Cable TV, Wi-Fi access
De Robertis Restaurant occupies the terrace of the former palace formerly known as Palazzo Xara, presently housing the Hotel Castille, that belonged to Capitano Giacomo De Robertis. The building itself was built at the turn of the XVI century by a renowned Maltese architect. De Robertis is one of the longest established restaurants in Valletta. Located across the road from the Auberge de Castille et Portugal, the restaurant is well known for its refined cuisine. The open-air terrace dining area has spectacular views of Valletta, The Grand Harbour, and surrounding towns providing a very romantic setting at night with the glimmering lights of all the towns beneath. The menu includes a fusion of Italian, Mediterranean, French, and local cuisine all beautifully presented to patrons in a lavish way.
La Cave Wine Cellar and Pizzeria occupies the basement of the former palace of the influential Capitano Giacomo de Robertis, who was in the employ of the Knights of Malta. The cellars of La Cave formerly housed a bakery/kitchen complete with a terracotta oven, a stable with a ramp leading to the courtyard, a mill room wine cellar, and storage areas. Every effort has been made to ensure that La Cave retains all the characteristics of a XVI century palace cellar that makes it a historic, artistic, and architectural gem.
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