La Falconeria Hotel Review
Going to Malta was very refreshing. I was craving a little sound of the ocean and something not too fussy. There were so many bits of Malta that was on my list, but in the end we went to Valletta only. We could have easily toured the capital in a day, but decided to take things at ease.
Valletta isn’t one of those pretentious European capitals. The city has historic charm and is quite inviting. As explained in my guide from a weekend in Valletta, I explained how cruise ships park up at the harbors for a day allowing people to roam the streets. The city is lively and you can always find tranquil corners for yourself!
As our bus approached the city gates, we walked across the bridge and down a little street and found ourselves in the middle of the city. This La Falconeria Hotel review can confirm that it was an oasis for the weekend. The beautiful La Falconeria greeted us with bright white marble floors and light coming from various sky lights. We checked-in and went straight to our room looking forward to a little freshening up after a very early morning flight.
The rooms are what people care about in a La Falconeria Hotel Review. The room had chevron patterned tiles, an espresso machine to keep me over in the afternoons, a shower that mimics the rain. The most surprising was the light trickling in from our very typical Maltese balcony. So we made a single shot of espresso each and changed into sandals to explore the hotel.
The hotel had so many elements that truly gave us the feel and experience of authentic Malta. The character and charm is built around its history. With Baroque architectural style reminiscent of Rococo style built around modern necessities, it is the perfect place to explore. The La Falconeria Hotel review also confirms that it is perfect for a rest and slumber.
We decided to have a drink in the bar connected to the hotel to commence our holiday. Over the next few days, we would enjoy a hot breakfast at the hotel’s restaurant. Then we would leave for the rest of the morning before coming back in the afternoon for a little snooze to avoid the cruise crowds. In the evening Valetta was so romantic and a perfect holiday destination.
I wanted to give you a La Falconeria Hotel Review because it was one of the best boutique hotel experiences I’ve had in Europe in a very long time.