The calming aura of the Deep Nature Spa at the Phoenicia was brought about by utilising gold and brass accents across the spa and by mimicking the colours of the tranquil water in the green and blue glass mosaic tiles in the showering area. The calming whites, aesthetic blues and warm woods add to the definitive look of the spa. Designed by AP Valletta Materials used for this project: Saturno flooring and cladding Hardstone tiling for external deck area Stoneline Gold Grip for flooring and pool walls by Marca Corona Carrara Flooring with Brass Inserts at Reception Green and …
A relaxing stay from the very beginning. That’s the feel Carlo Schembri wanted to give to the reception at Be.Hotel Malta. 68 square meters of parquet tiles in Gardenia Orchidea complement the wooden backdrop, creating a well-defined space in conjunction with the white soffit ceiling. 360 square meters of Arisostea 1.2×0.6m white tiles make for a soft, embracing atmosphere, and are also featured in corridors, lift lobbies and bathrooms for an all-rounded hotel experience.
The Xara Palace Relais & Chateaux is the epitome of elegance in Mdina. For the suites’ bathrooms, we sourced and installed the finest marble in Kyknos White, Alexander Grey and Olive Avantgarde to create a clean, blissful space. Find your perfect colour. Design and photos by DPM Sean Arrigo.
Number 11 is the new urban boutique hotel in St. Julian’s. It’s where contemporary-style meets urban fashion, and where a vibrant club area meets a vivacious shopping and cosmopolitan circle. It’s where work and play come easy, connections are made and experiences remembered. We supplied and installed a combination of stairs and flooring in black and white Architectural Terrazzo, Gardenia Parquet looking ceramic tiles, outdoor Slate flooring and cladding in Travertine Silver and Slate. Finishes make for a contemporary vibe, while materials pay tribute to the Maltese heritage.
The Westin Dragonara Resort Malta needs no introduction. For its recent renovation, we provided studio Lynne Hunt London with different materials to ensure each space had a distinct, welcoming feel: from parquet looking tiles and Saturno flooring to patterned Marca Corona Forme tiles and a stunning glass mosaic wall in the kitchen area.
The Rosselli – AX Privilege is the first 5 star hotel in the capital city – Valletta. It was built in the first decades of 1600’s, where the noble Pietro Rosselli, together with his wife Alusietta Massa and son Maruzzo lived in the palace at Merchant Street Valetta. Today this beautiful building has been renovated to impeccable standards as the 5-Star Hotel Rosselli – AX Privilege. Halmann Vella was entrusted with this project to supply, fabricate and install hundreds of square meters of marble and terrazzo slabs. Rosselli is a hub of fresh architectural details, exposing guests to the perfect combination of new versus …
The Cumberland Hotel building has been gracing St John Street in Valletta since the late 16th Century. Originally built as a majestic palazzo, it was converted into a hotel, where it reached its peak during colonial times when Valletta was a hive of activity. As the city is going through a reawakening of its own, the Cumberland Hotel is back to its former glory. Featuring a décor which is contemporary and minimalist, complemented by accents of carefully-selected vintage art deco pieces the hotel is both elegant and luxurious. Classical marble was the go to material for the indoor flooring, whilst …
Saint Paul’s Apartment has been described by its designer Mark Pace as a “perfectly balanced interplay between curated design and discreet yet personal hospitality”. Located in the heart of Valletta the apartment attracts travellers with a passion for all that is bespoke, local and unique. True to this spirit, the apartment predominantly features natural stone. Bianco Carrara flooring as well as the kitchen top give a crisp and clean feel to the open plan layout. This is contrasted with darker elements such as the black slate kitchen backsplash and the resin vanity and desk tops.
Built almost half a millennium ago by the Knights of St. John, the Macina has been a local landmark for centuries. Nowadays it is home to the Cugo Gran Macina Grand Harbour Boutique Hotel. In order to compliment the rich details of the building, the designers opted for a raw palette of natural materials such as Arabescato and Carrara Marble, slate and lava stone, giving the hotel an air of understated, luxury, where the past and the present are seamlessly intertwined.
Sally Port Suites is an accommodation in Valletta which retains many original features such as wooden beams and wooden balconies. Traditional patterned tiles (some new and some restored) and beautiful natural stone add the perfect finishing touch to this wonderful building.