Malvina House Hotel is situated in the heart of Stanley, capital of the Falkland Islands. The aim of Malvina House is to offer every visitor a haven of peace in one of the most fantastic locations on the planet where nature is still very much in charge, giving all guests a warm and personal welcome.
The Hotel combines the convenience and comforts that you would expect in any capital city whilst encompassing a small town atmosphere. The management and team will ensure that you have a relaxing and rewarding visit to the Islands' leading hotel.
Malvina House Hotel has undergone a number of important changes in the recent years and is proud to announce an additional 20 bedrooms, Spa Room, a completely new kitchen and a private meeting/dining room which will add to the attention to detail that all guests receive.
The acclaimed on-site restaurant with a panoramic view of Stanley harbour offers a wide choice of food prepared by Head Chef Matt Clarke and his team of four Chefs, much of which is locally produced.
All rooms offer the following
- En Suite Facilities
- Comfortably furnished with big pillows and duvets
- Comfy Chair
- Wi-Fi Facilities
- Flat Screen TVs with a choice of channels
- Tea and Coffee facilities
- Aslotel Toiletries
All guests will find comfortable accommodation in either standard or executive double or twin-bedded room with en-suite bathroom, TV, phone and free hot drinks bar. In addition, there are three executive suites which are larger in size, with great harbour views, desk and bigger TV. All rooms are Internet wireless enabled and a few laptops are available for hire.
The Spa Room has recently been completely refurbished and offers the following:
- Luxury shower
- Changing facilities
One of the great assets that the Falklands Island has is its environment, which is pure and unpolluted. Together with its extraordinary and spectacular wildlife, the Islands offer one of the great true and clean wildernesses left on the earth.
The Malvina House Hotel takes it responsibilities very seriously operating in such a pristine environment and where practically possible will work to ensure that it processes are environmentally friendly. They strive to use recycled paper for all documentation and have installed solar panels to provide energy for the provision of hot water. To this end, all guests are requested to use the towels for at least two days, when practically possible.
The trip might have been the absolute best of our lifetime (thus far). We particularly want to commend our guide Peter in the Guilin area-he was so incredibly attentive, energetic, enthusiastic-and absolutely dedicated to ensuring that our meals were 100% vegetarian.