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TravelPod Member ReviewsOsborne Hotel Valletta
I enjoyed my stay at the Osborne. I only booked for the first 3 days and there weren't any vacancies so I had to move to another hotel at that point. The breakfast was wonderful. There was a nice common room. I am not sure whether there were alterations to the hotel, but the fantastic view from the roof really did not materialize, so I was a bit disappointed because of that. The staff ran hot and cold - sometimes extremely pleasant and other times they could have been more helpful and pleasant. All in all, it was a nice place to stay.
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... with tourists.
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... marble floor I was stepping on are actual tombstones of important knights and the drawings and symbols depicted their life and acts of chivalry. Despite all of these people trying to take as many pictures as they can, I felt death.
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