VV – Gallery
GALLERY is located on the third floor of an eighteenth century building. This studio features harbour views from every window, and is just minutes walk from the beach, restaurants, cafes, museums, shops and the main bus terminus. While retaining all traditional features, this independent unit is furnished with contemporary pieces and original artworks. The shared sunny terraces with breathtaking sea & historic views are one storey up.
VV – Library
LIBRARY is a bright studio located on the first floor, it enjoys direct sunlight & views of the historic Fort St Elmo and was once the library of its owner-architect. The warm palette of timber, natural steel & soft fabrics together with a large collection of contemporary art books & design magazines, is perfect for guests in need of inspiration. The shared south-facing terraces with breath-taking views of the two harbours are only three floors up.
VV – Atelier
A busy architects’ studio until a few months ago, ATELIER is located on the second floor and enjoys seaviews with direct sunlight from its south-facing windows and traditional balcony. The minimal interior furnishings are a mix of lightweight steel & timber objects set on original patterned tiles and furnished with retro & designer peices. The shared terraces & kitchen are two floors up.
VV – Retro Pad
RETRO PAD is located in one of the most beautiful residential streets of Valletta. The main attraction of this one-bedroom maisonette is its eclectic mix of vintage furniture, art pieces & design items which were salvaged and restored over the years by its owner-architect. RETRO PAD is very popular with couples who appreciate art, design & architecture with a vintage twist!
VV – Hideout
Tucked away in one of the most idyllic pedestrian streets in medieval Birgu, this pied-à-terre is the ultimate holiday home for getting away from it all while being only a few minutes boat-ride from Valletta, the capital city. HIDEOUT offers the blissful respite of village life away from mainstream touristic neighbourhoods. Guests often tell us how easy it was to blend in with the locals, and often go back home with a story to tell.