The Rock hotel is Gibraltar’s leading four star hotel, built in 1936 by the Marquis of Bute. adorned in colonial vogue, the Rock hotel offers 104 comfy guest rooms, starting from standard rooms, suites, junior suites and penthouses, all of which boast an impressive ocean view across the Bay of Gibraltar, the Spanish mainland and also the Rif Mountains of Morocco in Africa.
Till today, the Rock Hotel continues to supply standards of service and guest care from bygone eras. The Rock Hotel is additionally authorized for civil weddings and offers a perfect location for a sublime and sophisticated wedding breakfast and reception.
The Rock hotel was opened in February 1932 and these days continues to offers unaltered service, comfort and private attention. Its elegant and in depth facilities are distinctive in Gibraltar, set inside over.5 acres of picturesque gardens its commanding position overlooking the Bay provides spectacular, dynamic views.
“Whilst holding its unchanged quality, the Rock Hotel has evolved with the days providing all the required new facilities required by today\’s technology-hungry individual.
The Rock Hotel offers 104 bedrooms within the colonial vogue, each one enjoying impressive views over the bay of Gibraltar, the Spanish back country and within the distance, the Rif Mountains of Morocco.
The Rock serves a large consumer base and enjoys an eclectic mixture of personal travellers, company guests and after all, the leisure market. Recently the power to host civil wedding ceremonies at the Rock Hotel has further added an exciting new stage for the hotel to demonstrate its legendary service and care. several appreciative couples have enjoyed holding their wedding ceremonies at the Rock, entrusting the Rock Hotel to take special care of each detail from the initial enquiry to current travel arrangements.
The Rock Hotel’s top notch restaurant has won an AA rosette for its wonderful food selection.
For less formal eating and enjoying evening cocktails, the Wistaria Terrace is the ideal cool and shady place to look at the sun go down at the end of a busy day.