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Palais LeBRUN

An Authentic Sixteenth Century Baroque Palace in Valletta

Welcome to the charming and refined "Palais LeBrun", an authentic sixteenth century Baroque palace where you will live like a Knight of St.John.

You will enjoy the privacy of this quiet 2000 square metre palace comprising 28 luxury rooms, a rooftop terrace with pool deck, a fitness centre, and in-house restaurant. This palace, which offers luxury, comfort, modernity and traditional sixteenth century Maltese architecture, is a true invitation to travel another way. The hotel also has an annex available for private dining or confidential meetings, a space we also sometimes use to host local Art Exhibitions.

You can access 'Palais LeBrun' by car although it is located right in the heart of the historical area of Valletta, only two blocks away from the central square.

Rooms & Suites

We've retained all the beautiful details of this authentic sixteenth century baroque Palace without sacrificing any of the modern technology and convenience befitting a luxury hotel in the heart of Valletta. Palais LeBrun's rooms are spacious, stylish and comfortable. From Marble bathrooms to 42 inch TV's, our rooms have those extra touches of luxury to ensure the ultimate in comfort. We offer free, seamless technology in every room – from fast Wi-Fi and universal/USB plugs to espresso coffee machines.

Eat & Drink

Patakka is Valletta’s latest culinary delight. Brought to you by the same team behind the award winning L’Artiglio Ristorante. Patakka is located on the steps of Eagle Street, in the lower part of Old Bakery Street and is situated within the walls of the majestic Palais Le Brun.

Discover Valletta

A city built by gentlemen, for gentlemen” no other quotation better describes the glorious capital. A vibrant yet mature night life accompanies the city´s rich architectural heritage. The Renzo Piano–designed City Gate, Parliament Building and Opera House have changed the cityscape and galvanised it into life. These sights, along with Valletta's status as European Capital of Culture for 2018, have seen the city reborn, with new museums, restored golden-stone fortresses, and new hotels, bars and restaurants in converted 16th-century mansions.




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