Gibraltar - Hotels

Gibraltar's most famous hotel is The Rock Hotel © Michelle Chaplow
Gibraltar's most famous hotel is The Rock Hotel (listed below). It was opened on the 1st February 1932

Accommodation in  Gibraltar

Gibraltar does not lack accommodation and has several luxury hotels, as well as more basic, affordable ones. There are also many self-catering rental options, including apartments and villas, for those who would like a bit more privacy or simply prefer to rent. 

Gibraltar's most famous hotel is The Rock Hotel (listed below). It was opened on the 1st February 1932 and has an unrivalled position overlooking the Bay of Gibraltar. Amongst its distinguished guests have been Errol Flynn, Alec Guinness, Andre Segovia, Sir Winston Churchill and Noel Coward.


The Rock HotelThe Rock Hotel

This magnificent landmark hotel is situated on the Rock of Gibraltar. Built in 1932, it is decorated in a colonial style, and its famous past guests include Sir Winston Churchill. Panoramic views of the Bay of Gibraltar can be seen from the hotel´s restaurant. More info


O'Callaghan Eliott HotelO'Callaghan Eliott Hotel

In the heart of Gibraltar town, O'Callaghan Eliott Hotel has 2 restaurants and a fitness centre. The stylish hotel features a rooftop pool and terrace, offering views over the Gibraltar Strait. More Info


Hotel CaletaThe Caleta Hotel Health, Beauty & Conference Centre

On the tranquil Eastern side of the Rock, this 4-star Gibraltar hotel boasts stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea. It has a restaurant, a grill with al fresco dining and a health and beauty club. More Info


Sunborn HotelSunborn Hotel

Sunborn Gibraltar offers unique accommodation, onboard a luxury yacht. This 5-star yacht-hotel offers an infinity swimming pool and a restaurant, as well as a cocktail bar and lounge. Rooms are stylish to say the least. 


Continental HotelContinental Hotel

The centrally located Continental Hotel lies just off Main Street in Gibraltar town, and offers en-suite rooms with free WiFi. This hotel is within 10 minutes’ walk of numerous shops and restaurants, the Cathedral of the Holy Trinity and the Garrison Library.



Backpackers have recommended staying in La Linea and crossing the border to spend days in Gibraltar. However, for those interested in a truly rocking overnight experience at - please pardon the pun - rock-bottom prices, there are also hostels to choose from:


Emile Hostel
25 Line Wall Road, Montagu Bastión - Tel: +350 20051106