Layla – The name of this spacious penthouse is dedicated to the 500 years of Phoenician period in the history of Malta.
Welcome to this unique property that expresses the joy of the noble lifeof knighthood mingled with the playful colours of Maltese baroque. We have taken dedicated time to create this intimate experience of living in a world-heritage site next door to opulent baroque churches whilst minutes away from Caravaggio best works. Lots of passion and love for life have created this dramatic and daring reinvention of urban accommodation that is smart, witty and sophisticated.
This Penthouse Suite is a celebration of all this. The bedroom at Layla reflects the baroque festive spirit of Valletta. It is an intimate space and beautifully appointed. Finely decorated with carefully selected materials, furniture and commissioned artwork blend perfectly with the local “Globigerina” limestone. The newly designed suite has several surprises in store, complemented by rich fabrics and classical pieces of cultures that have blended perfectly to the Maltese arte de vivre.
Our guests will surely enjoy sweet dreams and comfortable nights on comfortable goose feather pillows.The luxurious bedroom offers an en-suite bathroom with a sumptuous rain water shower. The Penthouse Suite combines elegance with touches of architectural detail throughout.
The penthouse is on 125 square metres and has a unique layout with large openings to two different level terraces covered in thick wood parquet and decorated in lush Mediterranean plants leaving a freshness feeling while enjoying breathtaking views of the Grand Harbour.
This spacious outdoor terrace features relaxing lounge furniture whereby our guests can enjoy relaxation right at the very centre of the City. The suite features privileged sea views of the Grand Harbourwhere one can enjoy unique views and the prominent bastioned Fort of St. Angelo, Vittoriosa.
This Oasis in the heart of Valletta is unique, combining exquisitely baroque hints, bold decor, and ample open air living space capturing unique Valletta vibes… ranging from the 17th century church bells next door, to the firing of the cannons at the still in operation 18th century saluting battery.