Designed as a haven of calm in this otherwise busy city, The Coleridge is a space where you can feel completely at ease, whether you’re staying overnight, for a few nights, or even longer term. This is a place for business and leisure, where you will be well-looked after while also given completely privacy.
Steeped in history, the hotel’s past is shrouded in mystery. All that is known is that the building dates back to the early 1600s when Valletta was being crafted by the finest European architects and engineers of the day. The building itself has been in good company over the years – Palazzo Carafa next door was home to Knights of St John Grandmaster Gregorio Carafa, and this early Baroque palace was used to accommodate his key employees and friends. Our namesake, British poet Samual Taylor Coleridge, also stayed nearby, and wrote extensively about his time on the island.
Today, The Coleridge reflects the former glory that this building would have enjoyed – from the striking design of the unique rooms and suites, to the excellent facilities available throughout. It provides the ideal location from which to visit this UNESCO World Heritage City, to enjoy its dynamic cultural and historic offerings, and to work within Valletta’s historic bastion walls.