Located in the heart of the capital city Valletta is this award winning 17th Century baroque palazzo. A true gem, which has been lovingly restored by its owners, to a very high standard, without compromising it’s romantic, historic ambience.
A unique, warm and friendly base for the more discerning traveler to indulge and explore this beautiful UNESCO World Heritage site and the future 2018 European City of Culture, Valletta.
Only a stone’s throw away from all major sites, shops and restaurants, Palazzo Prince D’ Orange has also been one of the many locations in Malta for the Steven Spielberg’s 2005 production Munich, starring celebrities Daniel Craig and Eric Bana.
5 luxury suites furnished and designed in a sophisticated yet careful style. Each apartment is different, offering classical ambience or a modern touch.
The young Queen … still has her hair hanging loose. She is slender and graceful, and makes an impression as a very intelligent and very cute girl. She speaks good English and knows how to behave with charming manners ” This is what Queen Victoria had penned in her private diary in 1895 on Queen Wilhelmina. Named after this dutch queen, Wilhelmina guarantees the best view in the Palazzo.
Named after the current Dutch King William Alexander since 30th April 2013, indulge in another double bedroom apartment situated on the 2nd floor . The bedroom also has a small balcony enjoying harbour views, a spacious walk in wardrobe and study.
The former Queen regnant Beatrix, abdicated on the 30th April 2013, provides the name for this elegant two bedroom larger than usual apartment. Situated on the 1st floor and accessible by its private lift or grand staircase, it overlooks the central courtyard and also offering open charming city views. Entrance hall, sitting room seating 6 and large “Provence Style” kitchen with balcony for al fresco breakfast/dining, overlooking the lovely courtyard with fountain.
Husband to the Queen Wilhelmina, Duke and later Prince Henry Mecklenburg graces the name to this cosy suite. On the Ground Level and with its own private courtyard, is another double bedroom suite. Maltese style kitchen with dining area seating 4, lounge in the original 17th Century ” quarantine” room. All rooms overlook the courtyard, which can be used for outside breakfast/dining.
In remembrance of a more recent Dutch royalty, this accommodation is named after Princess Irene, younger sister of Queen Beatrix. A Ground Level Mezzanine Triplex Suite with its own private entrance on street level but can also be accessed through the Palazzo main reception. Each tucked in on a separate level, one can find a bedroom, a kitchen and living room. Authentic stone work architecture, can be appreciated and completes this first apartment that accommodates comfortably two persons.