Thankfully European travel is not an entire wipe out this summer with accommodation in the form of floating luxury in a green list location comes in the shape of Sunborn Gibraltar

This  a five-star yacht hotel moored in a marina on Western Europe’s southernmost tip, introduces a new concept of luxury to this famously exclusive setting.

Superyacht Deluxe room aboard Sunborn

Superyacht Deluxe room aboard Sunborn

The hotel measures 142-metres in length and comprises 189 luxuriously appointed rooms together with banqueting suites, bars, cocktail lounge and restaurants, plus a tranquil plunge pool and sundeck, offering guests an opportunity to still enjoy the ultimate indulgent unique hotel experience in a European location – a green list one!

Inside, the yacht provides all the quality and comfort of a top hotel. Suites are light, spacious and luxurious – with views of the Rock, sea and marina – and guest amenities are plentiful.

For example, there is the Infinity Spa featuring Elemis treatments, a fully-equipped fitness suite and a casino.

Sunborn say that this floating hotel is an ideal base from which to explore Gibraltar – with its sunny climate, relaxed international atmosphere and picturesque historical location making it a favoured destination for visitors all year round.


You’ll discover panoramic vistas from the summit of the Rock, safe beaches, watersports and ancient limestone caves – all within a short distance from this floating luxury in a green list location.

Sky restaurant on the Sunborn

The floating hotel’s Sky restaurant 

Besides the Moorish Castle, there are some 31 miles of Second World War tunnels as well as Great Siege Tunnels. St Michael’s Cave is a lattice of limestone caverns within the Upper Rock Nature Reserve. And the main hall here has been converted into a 400-capacity auditorium with a colour-changing light display.

The Gibraltar Skywalk is a glass viewing platform providing sweeping views over three countries and is actually higher than The Shard. Visitors can also ride the cable car to the top of the Rock, or if they are feeling more energetic – hike, which would enable them to take in all the important historical sites on the way up.

Prices start from £187 per night


Sentinel Aviation

Sentinel Aviation will fly you to Gibraltar from around £2500 pp

Getting there: Without the crowds and in complete comfort, convenience and style

Flying privately has many benefits in normal times, but during COVID-19 these benefits are even more pertinent; avoiding airport crowds,  no connections, high levels of onboard hygiene, travelling only with your own group, and the ability to be agile and reactive to changes in restrictions. Sentinel Aviation prides itself on flexibility and attention to detail. And to make travel during COVID-19 as straightforward and seamless as possible, Sentinel offers an exclusive service for clients, allowing PCR testing at home with just a 3-hour turnaround along with a concierge to ensure clients are fully briefed on all the apps and protocols they might encounter. 

Guideline prices for return flights to Gibraltar with Sentinel Aviation start from around £2500 pp (based on 8 people flying).




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