Monday, 23 July 2018

Chronicles from Malta | Palazzo Jean Parisot Boutique Hotel

When visiting a city for its historical features, staying in the city center always seems to be a wise option. In Valletta that was the case and we couldn't be happier with our choice. Palazzo Jean Parisot was the quintessential home away from home. Comfortable and with tasteful interior design, this boutique hotel is steps away from the main attractions of Valletta and close to many great restaurants and bars.

Named after the influential Grandmaster of the Order of the Knights of St John, Jean Parisot de la Vallette, this gorgeous Boutique Hotel is located on Saint Paul's Street and can offer its guests a choice of 8 lovely suites, including a penthouse suite.

Our suite was beautifully appointed, spacious and very comfortable. All the suites include a fully equipped kitchenette, and we all know that in some situations that can be quite convenient. The hotel is recent and you have the feeling of entering in a brand new home, for which the decoration and care of the staff in keeping everything absolutely spotless and perfect just makes never want to leave. A great mattress, top quality linens, and comfy pillows made our nights perfect for resting from the intense days visiting Valletta.

And we can not forget the rooftop terrace, with the spectacular view of the city, and over the Grand Harbour, to Fort St Angelo and the historic Three Cities. Perfect in the morning, lovely for an afternoon drink, a relaxing bath in the extra large Jacuzzi or a nap in the sun loungers, and absolutely breathtaking at night when the fireworks fill Valletta's sky with light.

You know I enjoy good food and breakfast is an important moment of the day for me. At Palazzo Jean Parisot I've found a careful selection of high-quality products available for the morning meal and I can assure you that my breakfasts were complete and delicious. Breakfast is served on the covered patio and there are plans to start serving it also in the terrace. All through the day, there is a basket of fruits available to all guests, and all the suits are equipped with an espresso machine, coffee capsules and tea bags.

Technology is also a high point in the hotel. Your access to the building and to your room is made through a personal code, the "Do Not Disturb / Please Clean my Room" signs are electronic and every suite provides a state-of-the-art technology by way of a Suite Pad, which gives us up-to-date information on the property, special offers, restaurant recommendations, activities and points of interest in the city.

But all this High Tech investment does not mean that the human factor is not important. The staff attention, courtesy, and professionalism are difficult to top. There was no effort enough to make us feel welcome, to respond to any of our requests and to make us feel comfortable and satisfied with the smallest details. We stayed just for 3 days in Valletta, but when we crossed the doors of Palazzo Jean Parisot Boutique Hotel we leave with the feeling of living behind a familiar place.

Palazzo Jean Parisot Boutique Hotel
76, St. Paul’s Street, Valletta
Phone: +356 21333565

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