Inquisitor’s Palace – Cardinals’ Hall

The Inquisitor’s Palace, situated in the heart of Vittoriosa, is one of the very few surviving palaces of its kind and the only inquisitorial palace still presented as such and made accessible to the public. Many of these palaces simply succumbed to the ravages of time or were victims of the reactionary powers unleashed by the French Revolution. Fortunately, throughout its 500 years of history the Maltese Inquisitor’s Palace hosted high-ranking officials whose taste is reflected in an architectural gem, spanning centuries and styles – a remarkable palatial setting which is now open to the public as a museum and can serve as a unique sophisticated backdrop for your exclusive events.

Cardinals’ Hall
A tribute to the 22 inquisitors who were proclaimed cardinals, the Cardinals’ Hall on the top floor of the palace, is a fully-air-conditioned multi-resource area equipped with conference facilities – an elegant setting for conferences, seminars and lectures with space for a light reception.

Not Wheelchair Accessible and No Lift

Facilities – Air Conditioned / PA System / Chairs / Projector / Screen / Tables / Toilet / Kitchen Amenities

Restrictions – Sound till 11pm / No access to Museum / No Confetti / No Gas Cylinders

Parking Space – Street Parking

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Standing150Seated70 (not wheelchair accessible)