Elephant Room

A palazzo, private museum and B&B popular tourist attraction with few bedrooms that have been restored to provide accommodation for the discerning traveler to Valletta.
A palazzo, private museum and B&B popular tourist attraction with few bedrooms that have been restored to provide accommodation for the discerning traveler to Valletta.
A palazzo, private museum and B&B popular tourist attraction with few bedrooms that have been restored to provide accommodation for the discerning traveler to Valletta.
A palazzo, private museum and B&B popular tourist attraction with few bedrooms that have been restored to provide accommodation for the discerning traveler to Valletta.
A palazzo, private museum and B&B popular tourist attraction with few bedrooms that have been restored to provide accommodation for the discerning traveler to Valletta.
A palazzo, private museum and B&B popular tourist attraction with few bedrooms that have been restored to provide accommodation for the discerning traveler to Valletta.
A palazzo, private museum and B&B popular tourist attraction with few bedrooms that have been restored to provide accommodation for the discerning traveler to Valletta.
A palazzo, private museum and B&B popular tourist attraction with few bedrooms that have been restored to provide accommodation for the discerning traveler to Valletta.
A palazzo, private museum and B&B popular tourist attraction with few bedrooms that have been restored to provide accommodation for the discerning traveler to Valletta.
A palazzo, private museum and B&B popular tourist attraction with few bedrooms that have been restored to provide accommodation for the discerning traveler to Valletta.

Have a look at the bed and you’ll see that it is being proudly watched over by a pair of Elephants made in India.

The walls are painted an Indian red too just because we like the colour! Pineapple Room – The pair of side lamps come from Villa Bologna, an aristocratic residence in Malta and there is also a landscape painted by the late Marquis Joe Scicluna who owned Palazzo Parisio another beautiful Maltese Palace. Make sure you see them both when you are in Malta!

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