Urban sophistication
at the water’s edge


Sitting graciously at the edge of St. Julian’s shoreline, the 4 star Cavalieri Art Hotel in Malta provides the minimalistic comfort that the modern traveller seeks, after a day exploring the rich heritage that the islands have to offer. Setting foot in the lobby of the hotel feels like entering a private paradise, with floor-to-ceiling windows overlooking the beautiful Mediterranean Sea.

At a glance, one can appreciate the understated, modern sophistication of the hotel. The high ceilings and expansive, marble floorings give a sense of serenity and peace of mind; the perfect ingredients for an excellent retreat away from home. The hotel’s prime location is perfect for mingling with the friendly locals at night, situated within a short walking distance to some of the best restaurants, bars, and nightclubs Malta has to offer, yet still sheltered from the hustle and bustle, for an optimum good night’s sleep.


Home to three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, the Maltese islands are perfect for people who are looking for a strong dose of culture, excitement, and fun! The Maltese archipelago made up of Malta and its sister islands, Gozo and Comino, is one of the smallest countries in Europe with an area of just 316km2. Located in the middle of the Mediterranean sea, the islands are surrounded by the bluest waters, which are visible from almost all inhabited towns.

An island where tradition meets modernity, Malta is not short of history and culture. Experience its story by wandering the streets of Valletta and Mdina or head to Sliema for a day of shopping and recreation. At nighttime, the locals go out to play. Mingle in the city and explore the exquisite bars in Valletta or head to the renowned nightclubs in St. Julian’s and dance the night away.

Maltese is the official national language however, English is considered a close second, spoken fluently throughout. Italian, French and German are also widely understood by the locals. The Euro is Malta’s official currency.


By Public Transport

The most inexpensive mode of going around the island is by using the public bus service. They are frequent and convenient, operating daily from 5:30 till 23:00hrs (selected routes). The main bus terminal is in Valletta offering transport service to all towns and villages around the island. Since St. Julian’s is a tourist hotspot, there are a lot of direct routes passing through to other towns and cities.

By Taxi

Taxi service is available 24/7 and is bookable from the front desk of the hotel.

By Rental Car

Rent a car and drive along Malta’s beautiful roads to explore every nook and cranny of the Maltese islands. Car rental is available from several renowned companies. Other possible rentals include scooters, motorbikes and bicycles.