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Take a Peek at Africa from a Lush Gibraltar Hotel

tgt11This award-winning Gibraltar hotel is leading hotel in the area. It lies on the east side of the Rock of Gibraltar and has everything you could want from a hotel – luxury and warmth. There is free Wi-Fi throughout the hotel, every room has a minibar, hair drier, safe, air-conditioning and bathrobes.

There are also self-catering apartments and suits for long term rental – all have amazing views and are situates on their own private floors. They have fully equipped kitchens for up to four persons.

There is a conference venue with great A/V equipment and professionals to help you them up. The hotel restaurant is the best restaurant in the area and in the summer months you can enjoy your meal on the terrace located only a few steps above the water level.

In the Local Area

Going to Gibraltar and not taking a trip up on the rock of Gibraltar is like entering your adulthood without ever tasting ice cream. One of the most breathtaking views in the world waits at the top: Morocco and Spain, the Mediterranean and the Atlantic – all in one spectacular view and if you worry about its height, know that it is only 426 meters, so pretty much anyone can conquer it.

Barbary Apes are all over the place in Gibraltar, so don’t forget to grab your camera and snap a few pictures of these furry friends. You can feed them, but do not try to touch or pet them, as they are wild animals and will most likely hurt you if they feel threatened.

The Great Siege refers to the attempt France and Spain made to get Gibraltar from the UK during the late 1770’s and early 1780’s. The Great Siege Tunnels were built at that time and were dug to allow the guns to fire sideways. They were extended in 1940 by Churchill’s orders, span an amazing 50 km and are open to the public.

Saint Michael’s Cave is actually a network of caves located 300 meters above sea level. Although the Rock Gibraltar has more than 150 caves, this particular cave is the most visited (almost one million visitors a year) and magnificent cave. It has an underground lake and even a concert hall, so if you want to leave your luxury hotel, this is the place to go.

If the Rock of Gibraltar is not your cup of tea, or you simply want a change of scenery, then head over to the main street and shop till you drop. It stretches from the Casemates Square to the Governors’ Residence and it is packed with souvenir shops, perfumeries, liquor and electronic stores, jewelry and thrift stores.

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