“There are many mid-range hotels in Malta that serve a purpose, and most of those with questionable, dated décor, but the excellently situated Osborne Hotel has a little extra for a hotel of its class and offers the perfect bolt-hole in the capital. Recently refurbished, this hotel has bright and clean rooms with some much-needed modern touches such as a flat-screen TV and contemporary fittings. Ask for a room with a view over the harbour and you can enjoy the small pool located on the 6th floor of the hotel. The character of this old townhouse remains true to its roots in the reception area, bar and lounge on the first floor.”
Written by Charlotte Luxford
“In the shadows of the towering fortifications around Malta's capital city, which once constituted the islands' main military defence, lies the Osborne Hotel , housed in one of the magnificent palaces built by the knights of the Order of St John.
Described throughout the ages as a city built by gentlemen for gentlemen Valletta's importance has shifted from a strategic military city to an administrative and commercial centre that has placed the Osborne Hotel just a stones' throw-away from the island's major museums, art treasures and the unique 16th century architecture of the city.”