Luciano Valletta Boutique Accommodation

Address: Merchant Street 21, Valletta, Island of Malta, VLT12, Malta | 2 star lodge
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The Luciano Valetta Boutique seamlessly combines old-world charm with contemporary luxuries. Vintage furnishings, local photographs, and wrought-iron light fixtures create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for weary guests. This luxury boutique sits in the center of historic Valletta, with many rooms offering a view of St John's Co-Cathedral, one of Malta's signature attractions. Nearby museums, theaters, and restaurants offer plenty of opportunities for guests to immerse themselves in the Maltese culture. Sip coffee and nibble on pastries in the on-site café every morning before sight-seeing, and join other guests who comment on the Luciano's fast wireless Internet, friendly staff, and clean guest houses.


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This 2 star lodge, located on Merchant Street 21, Valletta, is near Mdina Old City, St. John's Co-Cathedral, Manoel Theatre, and Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum.
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          A travel blog entry by wander-ful on Feb 26, 2014

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