|Low season||November||cheapest month to stay|
|High season||July||most expensive time to stay|
|20%||expected price decrease|
|31%||expected price increase|
€143 - €259
|Cheapest day of week||Saturday||is the cheapest day of the week to book|
|Highest day of week||Wednesday||is the most expensive day of the week to book|
|€149||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
|€191||is the average per night cost for a hotel on this day|
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Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory. Therefore, it doesn’t have cities, but it’s famous for lively, vibrant, and energetic neighborhoods. The Western Side provides an idyllic environment to stay in. Home to this enclave, the Town Center district features cultural attractions, museums, restaurants, and great nightlife. Plus, it offers some of the top hotels in Gibraltar. Getting there and around is easy, with the Gibraltar International Airport serving as the main gateway with a handful of connections to Spain and the UK. Even though Gibraltar isn’t connected by train, visitors can use the nearest train station in Algeciras for their regional connections to Granada and Malaga, including most cities around Andalusia and Spain. Gibraltar boasts efficient bus network connections in different areas. Plus, it’s well-served by taxis and mobile apps. Remember to keep on the right side of the roads whenever you’re driving a rental car in Gibraltar. Most of the Gibraltar hotels are on the Eastern Side and some in the Spanish town of La Linea de la Concepcion. Among the cheap hotels in Gibraltar, you’ll find the Caleta Hotel Health, Beauty and Conference Center, Engineer Guest House, and Sunborn Gibraltar.
Dubbed as the “Key to the Mediterranean,” Gibraltar has plenty of attractions to see. The Rock of Gibraltar is the most famous among the must-see outdoor attractions. You can reach the top of this huge rock by cable car, rented car, or taxi. While at the top, you’ll have spectacular views stretching miles around this enclave. Also, you’ll see Europe’s only wild monkeys, Barbary macaques. Europa Point is yet another outdoor attraction that will give you incredible views of Africa and Algeciras Bay, including the historic 19th-century lighthouse and Harding Battery. O’Hara’s Battery ruins are Gibraltar’s highest point, offering panoramic views of this Mediterranean region. It is also an outdoor attraction alongside the Moorish Castle, numerous beaches, Casemates Square, Saint Michael’s Cave, and La Alameda Botanic Gardens. Some indoor attractions you shouldn’t miss out on are the Great Siege Tunnels and Gibraltar Museum. At a small fee, the museum takes you back in time to show how Gibraltar was in the past, with galleries describing the past sieges and the gradual transformation of Gibraltar vividly. The best time to visit this Overseas British Territory is during the summer when the weather conditions are friendly. Make sure to book hotels in Gibraltar early enough before your actual travel day. You can find cheap hotels in Gibraltar, namely Luxury Yacht Hotel, Holiday Inn Express, and the Rock Hotel.
Apart from great attractions, Gibraltar provides exciting nightlife. The thrilling nightlife encompasses bars and clubs with a blend of traditional British pubs and Mediterranean-style terraces. The Marina is teeming with charming little restaurants that serve mouth-watering Mediterranean dishes, continental cuisine, Hawaiian-style dishes, and exotic Caribbean cuisine. You can also enjoy different cocktails like the gin passion and Tanqueray Sevilla Gin to make your stay in Gibraltar count. Places you may hang out during the night are Paradise Tiki Bar, the Gin and Wine Club, the Hendrix, Dusk Nightclub, the Ship, and the Verandah Bar. Later in the night, you can relax in one of Gibraltar’s hotels, such as the Eliot Hotel Gibraltar.
Gibraltar may not have any cities, but this enclave has a rich history. You can start your historical tour of Gibraltar by visiting the American War Memorial erected to honour the American and British naval forces during World War I. If you are interested in the arts, the Art Day in Gibraltar should be your ultimate day to enjoy all things art and culture at John Mackintosh Hall, Mario Finlayson National Art Gallery, GEMA, and Gustavo Bacarisas Gallery. The admission is free for both adults and children. Bedenham Memorial, located outside city walls, honours those who died in the tragic event of an armament ship that blew up some decades ago. Other historical monuments include the British War Memorial, Cross of Sacrifice, Evacuation Memorial, and the World War II Tunnels. Museums and art galleries in Gibraltar are usually busiest in summer and spring when more tourists come in and lowest in winter.
If you are looking to save money on your hotel room in Gibraltar, consider visiting the country in November as it is the least expensive month at just €143 per night. Avoid booking a hotel room in July if you are looking for a deal; it is the most expensive month.
Out of all the tourist destinations in Gibraltar, our data shows that travellers tend to visit Gibraltar more often than any other city.
There are 202 operators available for hotels in Gibraltar as of December 2023.
Prices for hotels in Gibraltar are updated daily.
Brand new luxury studio with gym near the beach with balcony
4 Stirling Way, Gibraltar, Gibraltar
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