Newly opened and spread across four Maltese townhouses and their ancient vaults, dating back to the 1600s, Iniala Harbour House & Residences is located on the prestigious and historic St. Barbara Bastions. The hotel has 23 rooms and suites and it will be the latest brainchild of philanthropist, Mark Weingard.
Overlooking the famous Grand Harbour, Iniala Harbour House & Residences will set new standards for eye-catching urban design and service. From sophisticated minimalism to understated baroque styles, the hotel will be a mixture of unique and innovative concepts. Created by three world-class design studios - A-Cero from Spain, Autoban from Turkey and Malta’s DAAA HAUS - the historical details will be beautifully preserved, with each townhouse having a unique identity.
Adorned with art by both local and international artists, and bursting with patterns, colours and elegance, the opulent 23 rooms and suites will vary in size from 21 square metre deluxe rooms to signature suites measuring up to 162 square metres. While some suites will have their very own plunge pool, the hotel itself will feature an indoor pool and a gym. A Unesco World Heritage site steeped in history, Valletta has an extraordinary density of sights and activities. Because of this, Iniala Harbour House & Residences, will provide guests with ‘keys’ to the inside city, by offering land, sea, art and culture experiences.
Some of these will include: underground tours of Valletta; exclusive use of Iniala’s luxury boat - ‘Spirit Of Iniala’ Rivarama 44 - and diving experiences; private viewings of Malta’s historic art; and tours of some of the world’s oldest ruins and Malta’s old fishing villages. With it being just a three-hour flight from the UK, and having sun that shines more than 300 days of the year, Valletta is set to be a must visit destination for 2021.
Rooms start from £302 (€350) per night per room, including breakfast.