Casa Asti

Warm at heart is our home
We love to share it with all the guests
It’s our pleasure to have you here
Wishing you the very best.
Four and a half centuries
A home of character and prestige
Thirty years run in the family
We believe, we did well manage.
We have to give a special touch
This is what it’s all about
Tender loving care essential oh so much
We the owners do take care.
Enjoy your holiday
And see the sights
When it comes to have a rest
A home is waiting at it’s very best.

Why stay anywhere
else in Valletta?

Casa Asti a historical 400 year old building, located thirty minutes from Luqa Airport, situated in the old cultural, capital city of Valletta. Our location is central and just ten minute away from the main bus terminus where all buses travel to any village around Malta. Asti guesthouse is the ideal holiday accommodation when visiting Malta, it is also located close to Valletta grand Harbour, Barraka gardens, many interesting museums, churches including our famous St. Johns Cathedral and other historical buildings. As well as a number of cafeterias, restaurants, wine bars and shops.

Casas Asti, a family run business, guarantees a friendly, warm and honest service. We also pride ourselves in keeping our hotel clean and very safe. Nine rooms which are available being twin, double & family rooms including a free tea and coffee service, all located on three floors. On the ground floor one can find a beautiful reception area, consisting of settees and TV area with free WIFI. 

Casa Asti is an affordable and comfortable place to stay when visiting Malta for couples, families and cultural enthusiasts. We urge you to come and stay with us where you and your family will be treated as a family member.

A Short History

Discover our story


Casa Asti is a centuries-old family-run hotel that has been hosting guests for over 40 years. Situated in a beautiful, cosy side street in the historic city of Valletta, this guesthouse has plenty of history that you can feel as soon as you step inside.

The large former family home in which Casa Asti is found has been in the same family for decades, and the story goes that it was once a convent. The nearby chapel of Our Lady of Victories was run by a group of nuns who used what is now Casa Asti as a residence.

We would love to tell you more about our story during your stay at Asti, and we hope to see you soon.

Explore Malta

Small and mighty

Malta may be small in terms of size, but it’s huge in versatility and a haven for travellers.

Small yet stunning, the tiny island of Malta (316 sq km, comprising the islands of Malta, Gozo and Comino) attracts visitors from all walks of life the world over. Whether you’re visiting because you’re intrigued by its history or you’re simply after lazing about on the honey-gold beaches all day, Malta is sure to put, and keep, a smile on your face.

Delight in the island’s prehistoric temples and baroque architecture, be seduced by Gozo, feast on a fenkata (rabbit stew) and a can of Cisk (local, award-winning beer), be startled by the sudden and noisy fireworks of a nearby festa, or simply sit back and watch the rattling busses and colourful fishing boats go by.

Pick a random shabby bar near the ocean, where Bob Dylan plays on repeat and watch the people gather for barbecues as the sun beings to set.

Live the energy of these beautiful islands! Few places can stimulate and relax your senses at the same time in the same way Malta does.