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Reviewed today

Sadly the hotel is living on its history, and needs to come in from the cold , the bedroom was large but the double bed was small and a king size bed would of been more fitting for the size of the room , 2 coffee tables but only one armchair , the bathroom was large so why wasn’t there a bath ? The sink was slotted into a corner with no room for a wash bag to sit , it was also a very cold bathroom and in need of some tlc
On the plus side the breakfast was amazing , the views were nice , but no access to reception desk for wheelchair users .

Thank Sue T
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We took a taxi with another couple. Had to wait a while as the trip is a minimum of 4 and we were out of season. It was definitely worth it. Our driver (Think he was called Peter) was extremely informative. The caves were well worth seeing and the monkies are to die for. So unique. There is also a short visit to the war tunnels. I would highly recommend.

Thank Sharon L
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

A must do but when we visited it was misty. Shame! But still well worth visiting (watch out for the monkeys though!)

Thank Racingjohn789
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Reviewed yesterday

The rock itself is amazing and the view is great. One part of the rock is bad: it is covered in roads with very annoying taxis running up and down full with lazy people. The food heaps for the monkeys stink (and it's very artificial of course nothing 'wildlife' about them). The other half is better with small pathways without cars.

Thank lc_spel
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

Not entirely sure what we were expecting. We only looked around the town area which apart from the duty free shops looks much like any typical town in the uk.

Thank Dannyelle L
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Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

There is so much to do you need a couple of visits.

Well worth it if you are fit and well are the med steps on the African side - totally different to the busy harbour side with great views!

Lots of interesting information and of course the monkeys which I could spend hours watching.

Thank IanC40
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Was in Gibraltar just for the day off a cruise ship. Took the local bus, cost £1.50 each for all day hop on hop of the locals call it the hoppa! Excellent value.

Thank davidbonser7
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Reviewed 2 days ago

Very steep roads but worth the adventure. Had some fun with the naughty monkeys and learnt about how they got there in the first place and how many there are in Gibraltar.

Thank Kristink01
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Reviewed 2 days ago

We drove from Costa Del Sol to visit the rock of Gibraltar. It was an hour and a half drive. When we got there we discovered you had to have your passport. Nothing in any of the literature I read about Gibraltar said you had to have your passport. There is nothing else to see there, other than the rock. Very disappointing.

Thank CindyLewWho
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Not a place to miss. There is much to see and do. Many monkeys to be mindful of. They will steal what they can and open your bags to find what’s in it. The caves through the area are amazing as well. Very high ceilings so, no worries of any tight spaces.

Thank MJ0715
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