Where history meets luxury, Domus Zamittello is a restored 17th century palazzo and now a chic boutique hotel, boasting a prime location on Valletta’s main street. A calm retreat to reside from the buzz of Valletta with roof terrace and sumptuous suites.
Lose yourself in the historic charm with stylish and decadent furnishings, lifting it all to a high level of luxury
Sink into elegantly designed rooms, overlooking the hotel courtyard or open theatre
Offering customized and professional services to make your stay memorable
Excellent position on the corner of the main square where you'll find parliament and the open-air Pjazza theatre
When to visit
Prominently located in the heart of Valletta, the hotel is at a short distance to the magnificent parliament designed by renowned architect Renzo Piano, and a few steps from the open-air theatre.
Grand Harbour Water Taxi to the Three Cities
Step on board a traditional Maltese boat (Dghajsa) at the steps of the Old Custom House at the base of the Barrakka Gardens.
Private Home Visit to a WWII Collector
You will be treated to a visit at a private home in Malta, to discover one of the most remarkable WWII collections in Malta.
Private Tour of the National Library of Malta
Enjoy this national treasure accompanied by the National Library librarian as they walk you through the abundance of history here along with some very key items from WWII.
RAF Ta Kali and Malta Aviation Museum
Immerse yourself in the fascinating exhibits at the RAF Ta Kali and Malta Aviation Museum. A living and working museum exhibiting a collection of around 18 aircraft, aircraft engines, airfield equipment, uniforms and model aircraft.
Saluting Battery Gun Fire and Tour
Start off your Valletta capital city experience with a bang! Enjoy a full tour of the Saluting Battery followed by a gun firing salute, commemorating your welcome to Malta and in particular Valletta!
Tour of the Cottonera Lines - Tunnels and Hidden Gate
Join Marc Zimmerman, the founder of Malta Underground, to explore the often-unnoticeable features that make this area of the Cottonera Lines even more interesting.
Tour of the Lascaris War rooms
Heading underground you will have the chance to explore one of Malta’s best kept wartime secrets of the Lascaris War Rooms.
Tour of the Malta War Museum
The museum is housed in an 18th century army barracks which served as a police station and air raid precautions centre during the war. You will get the chance to explore the museum and soak up the fascinating history all around you.
Tour of the National War Museum
The National War Museum houses a superb collection of items, taking you back to prehistoric times through to Malta’s very important role in the World Wars.
Visit Mosta Dome
Not just another church; this one has an interesting story on a few fronts. Take time to understand the ‘miracle’ that occurred here in 1942.
Visit to HMS St Angelo
Lose yourself in the fascinating history of Fort St Angelo as you tour this incredible fort that dominates and overlooks the Grand Harbour. During the past thousand years, whoever gained control of Fort St Angelo could effectively rule the Maltese Islands