Gibraltar is a place where expats come to get deals done, and these businessmen need to sleep at some point. Saying that, maybe they don’t sleep, who knows at this point. Anyway, the ones that do, they sleep at these fine establishments.
Now we’re talking. A four-star piece of magic on the eastern side of Gibraltar, the Caleta Hotel has top quality spa and wellness facilities to go with its more usual hotel prerequisites. Perfect for business travellers or families looking for a beautiful getaway.
If you’re going to name your hotel after Gibraltar’s most famous attraction, you’re going to have to back it up with some serious quality. Luckily The Rock stands up to that test, with a majestic location a the foothills of its namesake with some quite incredible views across the Strait of Gibraltar. The restaurant is great, the bar is great, the attention to detail is quite stunning.
A three-star hotel on Cathedral Square, Bristol Hotel knows what it does and concentrates on doing it well. That means comfortable rooms, great service, a cheery smile in the morning and a fantastic location. It might not be on a super yacht, but it does what it does very, very well. The oldest in town, to boot.