Palazzo Castelletti, Rabat.Situated in the heart of Rabat, Palazzo Castelletti is a stone’s throw away from the Roman Villa and one of the entrances to Mdina– Malta’s capital city before the Knights of St. John moved to Valletta. This Palazzo is the epitome of class, as it has been recently renovated, to enable its clients to experience its wonderful ambience. If you like history, excellent food and a superb atmosphere, then Palazzo Castelletti is the place to be.

Constructed in the 17th century, the palace has a historical legacy of over 2000 years. Not only does it boast features ranging from the Roman era till World War 2, but was also the site of the handing of the keys of the silent city of Mdina, during the reign of the Knights of St. John. The Palazzo is also a place of religious devotion, as it was once the residence of the recently beatified Adeodata Pisani.

Currently, it houses 3 state-of-the art restaurants; San Andrea being the main restaurant, which is the ultimate experience in fine-dining; Redwhite which is beautifully accessed by a flight of steps which leads you to this very cosy restaurant which serves Pizza, Pasta and Grill. This restaurant showcases several exemplars of Roman remains and last but not least, Trois is a nice and homely winebar where everyone would like to chill.

Whether you would fancy a romantic dinner, a business meeting or a family reunion, this Palazzo is highly recommended, as its food is simply irresistible. Its service is impeccable and once you visit, you are sure to return and recommend it to your family and friends.

Palazzo Castelletti can also be hired for wedding receptions and other occasions. It is open seven days a week and I suggest you make a reservation so as to put your mind at rest.

Palazzo Castelletti
St. Paul’s Street,
Tel: 21452562 or Mob: 99109911