Value Score Average Value
Good For Solo
This hotel is in the centre of town, it has some parking facilities and a pool. It is rated as a four star but I personally would rate it as a three star.
Bristol Hotel, what a grotty old place this is. The exterior has just be refurnished and looks really pleasent, however once you enter, its very dark. I had an exterior facing room, which was so dark had to have the lights on in the day time, its exterior facing, but facing other buildings so you get hardly any natural light. Stayed in November so it was quite cool, they dont appear to have air conditioning, just an old fan unit in the room. The rooms were clean, but very old fashioned and could do with a face lift. Payed £62 for a night, no breakfast. Only good point is that it is in a very central location and the staff are very nice. But will not stay there again, friends suggested the Queens hotel, which might be better.
Unique Quality: does have a pool, but didnt see it.
Cheaper than some but good value
As there are not many hotels on Gibraltar, two of which are very pricey, the Bristol I think is a good choice.
A double exterior room in the summer season is £69.00. Since we visited the prices have now gone up by £10.00 a night.
Unique Quality: There is heating in the winter, air conditioning in the summer (although not properly ducted air con more like a fan heater which blows some cool air, a mini fridge, satellite tv, hair dryer, radio, and ensuite facilities.
Private pool with bar and snack bar.
The pool has a sliding roof which is pulled over in the winter time.
Breakfast is available with is a buffet self service continental breakfast and is £5 per head, which I think is pretty expensive.
Directions: Off Main Street, opposite the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity.
On both our visits we stayed here at the Bristol hotel. Obviously the first time we came we hadnt been before and didnt know what it was like, but we found it fine. A little tatty in some respects, could do with some decorating, but the place was clean and staff very good.
It was built in 1893 and is the longest established hotel on Gibraltar.
Unique Quality: Outdoor pool, snack bar, bar, vending machines.
Directions: Off Main Street, opposite the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity
A Pleasant Place
Mid range priced hotel in Gibraltar.Situated just off main street,very nice,friendly staff,rooms ok.Have stayed there twice & will be staying there again in near future.
Unique Quality: Grand lobby with many interesting paintings of Nelson & the battle of Tralfagar.
Not many of the cheaper hotels here have a pool but the Bristol does,granted it's small but it does the trick,set in it's own gardens.With a bar area which serves light meals.
Directions: From castemates straight up Main St,past the piazza,across rd next road turn right just there.Head for Cathedral Square.
It's not hard to get lost in Gib!
10 Cathedral Square, Gibraltar
Tel: (+350) 76800 - Fax: (+350) 77613
This Hotel is centrally situated very close to the Gibraltar Museum and to the
Cathedral of the Holy Trinity. All 60 bedrooms with bathroom, provide
air-conditioning, hair dryer, refrigerator, telephone, radio, and colour
television. A delightful feature is the swimming pool and secluded, walled
garden. A friendly service is guaranteed.
Catalan Bay, Gibraltar
Tel: (+350) 76501 - Fax: (+350) 42143
The Caleta Hotel, with a spectacular location alongside the Mediterranean,
stands on the eastern side of the Rock. The hotel has recently received
substantial investment for the refurbishment of the public areas, restaurants,
bar, bedrooms and the addition of a new conference centre. The hotel offers 169
rooms, the majority with balcony, featuring either sea or rock view, refurbished
bedrooms have spacious bathrooms, satellite colour television, mini bar,
hairdryer and ceiling fan.
The hotel prides itself on the cuisine of its two restaurants, Nuno's for a
convivial Italian style of eating and al fresco dining, and Bay View with its
selection of dishes from traditional English to continental fare feasting. Also
during the summer months Argentinean Grill in the garden. Outdoor swimming pool
with private access to the beach and village, Piano Catalan Lounge, English Bar
and boutique are also available for the hotel guests.
9 Cannon Lane, Gibraltar
Tel: (+350) 51711 - Fax: (+350) 51789
The Cannon Hotel can be found right in the heart of the city of Gibraltar. A
recently refurbished building in the historical area of town, the hotel is just
off Main Street behind the Cathedral of St Mary the Crowned. This charming 18
room hotel can provide that extra personal touch to each and every guest.
Engineer Lane, Gibraltar
Tel: (+350) 76900 - Fax: (+350) 41702
This modern hotel is situated on the junction with Main Street and so is ideal
for the overnight visitor who is in town on a shopping spree or on business.
With air conditioning, private bathrooms, telephone, and colour television, your
stay is guaranteed to be both comfortable and pleasant.
The Eliott Hotel
Governor's Parade, Gibraltar
Tel: (+350) 70500 - Fax: (+350) 70243
Centrally situated in a tree-lined open area known as Governor's Parade, The
Eliott Hotel is the ideal location, offering the style and service to make your
stay a memorable one. All rooms, including the Trafalgar Suite, and the
Penthouse have individually controlled air-conditioning, direct-dial telephone,
colour TV and en suite bathroom.
Boyd Street, PO Box 99, Gibraltar
Tel: (+350) 74000 - Fax: (+350) 40030
Just outside the City Walls overlooking Alameda Grand Parade, but still within
walking distance from the city centre, the Queens Hotel enjoys fine views of the
Rock and the Bay of Gibraltar. With the Cable Car station on the other side of
the Alameda Parade, the Upper Rock is easily accessible too.
Europa Road, Gibraltar
Tel: (+350) 73000 - Fax: (+350) 73513
Built in 1932 by the Marquis of Bute, the Rock has recently undertaken the major
refurbishment of it's accommodation. The hotel now boasts 104 brand new bedrooms
including penthouses, suites and junior suites. All rooms are sea facing and
have every amenity that the discerning traveller might require. Each room enjoys
a hairdryer, trouser press, satellite TV, mini-bar, and facilities for making
fresh coffee. The air conditioning is silent and efficient; bath robes are
standard, as are ducks in the bath!
The hotel nestles in the side of the Rock itself with panoramic views of the
town, the Spanish mainland and the Moroccan coastline.
Governor's Inn - Apartments
36 Governor's Street, Gibraltar
Tel: (+350) 44227 - Fax: (+350) 79992
The door to a perfect self catering holiday, in the centre of town, near Shops,
Taxis, Buses, Places of Worship & Museum.
Herald Travel Lettings - Apartments
Suite 11, Ocean Heights, Montague Place, Gibraltar
Tel/Fax: (+350) 71250
Enjoy the flexibility of self catering accommodation in these centrally situated
flats. Just a few minutes away from the best shopping in town, you can enjoy the
swimming pool and relax after a busy day. Both long and short term lets are
available, on request.
The Gibraltar Youth Hostel
Montagu Bastion, Line Wall Road, Gibraltar
Tel: (+350) 51106
For the young and the young at heart. Offering communal rooms, communal showers,
TV and video lounge, terrace and patio, this centrally situated hostel is just
opposite a car park at the entrance to the City centre. Excellent for school
trips. Continental breakfast included in price.
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