Located on prestigious St Paul’s Street, just walking distance from the iconic Grandmaster’s Palace and St John’s Co-Cathedral, Palazzo Jean Parisot provides you with a splendid base in the 2018 European Capital of Culture.
Inspired by the life of Jean Parisot de Vallett, Palazzo Jean Parisot is now named after the influential Grandmaster of the Order of the Knights of St John. After all – he was the man who built Valletta, and he oversaw the laying of its foundations in 1566, after the final battle of the Great Siege of Malta was complete.
People love to invade Malta. The Mediterranean island nation, situated between Sicily and Tunisia, counts among its unwelcome guests the Romans, the Ottomans, Napoleon and, in the early 20th century, hundreds of Russian aristocrats fleeing the fall of the czarist autocracy. For the most part, the Maltese were having none of this. Napoleon was forced...
Enjoy breakfast on the Palazzo’s roof terrace, as you take in the unparalleled view over the Grand Harbour, to Fort St Angelo and the historic Three Cities. Perfect for sunbathing in the warmer months, our rooftop terrace is also home to a Jacuzzi and sun loungers – ideal for whiling away the hours as you comfortably experience the incredible skyline of this UNESCO World Heritage City.