Welcome to Stiletto Gentlemen’s Club

By far the largest Gentlemen’s club on the island, Stiletto Gentlemen’s Club has 2 big bars to accommodate all our clients. The main feature is our nice big square stage with water features and a shower for full entertainment. Seating areas are situated all around the club to make all our clients feel as comfortable as can be and our clean sensual décor will make you feel at home as you enter the front door. We strive to offer the best service possible in the cleanest environment possible

All of our beautiful dancers are highly trained in the art of sensual pole dancing. Together with the best quality service, we also offer various facilities within our venue for an exciting night of entertainment. This site provides you with all the information you need to book an exciting night at our club.

We hope you enjoy your online visit.

Stiletto Management.

Our Location

Here you will find a map on the location of or main club Stiletto & also our sister club The White Palace. Just a 4 minute walk from the beach and located in the heart of Malta’s entertainment district with many bars, pubs, hotels, nightclubs, beaches & much more.

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About Malta

Malta is an archipelago in the central Mediterranean (in its eastern basin), some 80 km (50 mi) south of the Italian island of Sicily across the Malta Channel. Only the three largest islands – Malta (Malta), Gozo (Għawdex) and Comino (Kemmuna) – are inhabited. The smaller islands are uninhabited. The islands of the archipelago lie on the Malta plateau, a shallow shelf formed from the high points of a land bridge between Sicily and North Africa that became isolated as sea levels rose after the last Ice Age. The archipelago is therefore situated in the zone between the Eurasian and African tectonic plates.

Numerous bays along the indented coastline of the islands provide good harbours. The landscape consists of low hills with terraced fields. The highest point in Malta is Ta’ Dmejrek, at 253 m (830 ft), near Dingli. Although there are some small rivers at times of high rainfall, there are no permanent rivers or lakes on Malta. However, some watercourses have fresh water running all year round at Baħrija, l-Imtaħleb and San Martin, and at Lunzjata Valley in Gozo.


Malta has a Subtropical–Mediterranean climate (Köppen climate classification Csa), with mild winters and warm to hot summers. Rain occurs mainly in winter, with summer being generally dry.


The average yearly temperature is around 23 °C (73 °F) during the day and 16 °C (61 °F) at night. In the coldest month – January – the typically maximum temperature ranges from 12 to 20 °C (54 to 68 °F) during the day and minimum 7 to 12 °C (45 to 54 °F) at night. In the warmest month – August – the typically maximum temperature ranges from 28 to 34 °C (82 to 93 °F) during the day and minimum 20 to 24 °C (68 to 75 °F) at night. Generally – summer’s/holiday season lasts to 8 months, starting from around mid-April with temperatures 19–23 °C (66–73 °F) during the day and 13–14 °C (55–57 °F) at night, ending in November with temperatures 17–23 °C (63–73 °F) during the day and 11–20 °C (52–68 °F) at night, although also in the remaining 4 months temperatures sometimes reach 20 °C (68 °F). Amongst all capitals in the continent of Europe, Valletta – the capital of Malta has the warmest winters, with average temperatures of around 16 °C (61 °F) during the day and 10 °C (50 °F) at night in the period January–February. In March and December average temperatures is around 17 °C (63 °F) during the day and 11 °C (52 °F) at night. Large fluctuations in temperature are rare. Also, Malta is one of the few places in Europe which are “green” all year round.

Average annual temperature of the sea is 20 °C (68 °F) (the highest in the continent of Europe), from 15 °C (59 °F) in February to 26 °C (79 °F) in August. In the 6 months – from June to November – the average sea temperature exceeds 20 °C (68 °F).

Sunshine duration hours total around 3,000 per year (one of the highest results in Europe), from an average above five hours of sunshine per day in December to an average above 12 hours in July. This is about double that of cities in the northern half of Europe, for comparison: London – 1,461; however, in winter it has up to several times more sunshine; for comparison: in December, London has 37 hours of sunshine whereas Malta has about 160.


Located west of St. Julian’s, Malta, Paceville (sometimes abbreviated PV) is the name given to an informal district heavily populated with nightclubs, bars, pubs and restaurants, and is an important nightlife hub on the island. Paceville is located between Spinola Point and Dragonara Point, delimiting Spinola Bay and St. George’s Bay respectively



The areas around Paceville after the war were mostly farming communities surrounded with fields, and Paceville itself only had a few restaurants. Unlike today, parking in Paceville was relatively straightforward as people used to park their cars in fields, one of them being the field on which the St. George’s Park hotel was built.
Paceville’s slow transition into a tourist hub commenced in the 1960s, when two major hotel corporations, the Sheraton and the Hilton, developed five-star hotel properties in the area.

The Sheraton opened its hotel in the Dragonara Peninsula. Prior to its transformation, the Dragonara Hotel served other purposes. Originally it was the summer residence of Malta’s wealthiest banker, Marquis Emanuel Scicluna, known as ic-Cisk. In times of war, the palace was converted into a military hospital and headquarters of voluntary services. It was redeveloped as a casino, and has now since been redeveloped again in the 1990s by Westin Hotels.

At around the same time, a number of bars and clubs started to open in the area in view of the increasing number of British servicemen and tourists living in St. Julian’s, St. Andrew’s and Pembroke. Throughout the years, bars, clubs, discotheques and additional hotels were developed.



Party Bookings

Stag Parties

A Stag night would not be complete without some hotties, wearing very little and dancing for your pleasure. Whether you’re on the front row cheering the girls on (or is that leering), or watching shyly from the bar, a good night is guaranteed to all!


VIP Parties

Book your night out with VIP access. We will arrange for you taxi service from your residence straight to the doors of our club. You will be attended to by our hostesses who will provide you with the highest level of customer service, class and pleasurable diversions.

Our beautiful ladies are also available for private dances in the VIP rooms.


Corporate Bookings

Stiletto Gentlemen’s club is the perfect venue for your discreet corporate entertainment in our classy venue and with the utmost discretion and exciting edge.

There’s only one choice; Stiletto offers you fantastic food from our exciting menu, incredible wine list, vintage champagnes and the most beautiful ladies on the island.

Our hostesses will be with you to ensure that you have what you need for a most exciting night of entertainment. Please enquire about our weekly dance shows and reserve your night with us.

Use the form here to book your event or party.

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Here you will find a list of our upcoming events

Christmas & New Year at Stiletto

Join us at Stiletto for an unforgettable Christmas & New Year. Special offers all night!


Here you will find news and information related to our club

New Website Launched

We have launched a new website in collaboration with AlphaTech Solutions. Hope you like it. Feel free to forward us any comments via the contact us page.

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  • Address:
    Stiletto, St. George's Road, Paceville
  • Email:
    [email protected]
  • Phone:
    2701 6889 Mobile: 9942 9651, 9990 0238