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Cospicua (Bormla), Fully Equipped Boutique Hotel

€ 1,750,000
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REF NO: 006208
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This six-room Boutique Hotel in the historic Three Cities, situated on the majestic Valletta Grand Harbour. Offering unique accommodation and set in a historic building with an eclectic decor and warm hospitality, the beautiful townhouse welcomes guests who’d like to experience the traditional Maltese way of life. Guest rooms are bright and airy, all having extra-comfy beds. This property is served with a lift together with climate control systems, 21 PV panels making the house more environmentally-friendly, smoke detectors / alarm, Wi-Fi, and all modern and comfortable amenities one would expect. The private guest bathrooms are spacious. The penthouse level is the climax of the hotel where guests can enjoy the sheer beautiful view of The Three Cities sprawling beneath them. Encompassing Grand Harbour activity, with the magnificent Valletta bastions and city-scape as a jaw-dropping backdrop to the north, and the old capital Mdina on the skyline towards the west. Contact us for further details.

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About the Locality

The Three Cities


Vittoriosa, Senglea and Cospicua are the cities across the Grand Harbour from Valletta known as the Three Cities of Malta. It is to be said that the Maltese living in the area still call the cities Birgu, L’Isla and Bormla respectively. In the 17 th century the Order of St John decided to protect these cities by building two lines of defence known as the Cottonera lines and the Margarita Lines. Under the British the three cities were a hive of activity as the Grand Harbour became the home of the Royal Navy.

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The 3 Cities as seen from Valletta

Cospicua boasts of a baroque parish church, built in the 1637 and refurbished later, dedicated to the Immaculate Conception. Originally known as Bormla, Cospicua was given its impressive name by Grand Master Marc Antonio Zondadari in early 18th Century.

With the development that has taken place in the last decades, the three cities are now attracting Maltese and visitors alike who are buying property and converting it to state of the art homes.


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