Sunborn Yacht Hotel in Gibraltar: five-star floating hotel with 189 rooms and a ballroom

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Luxurious life on the almost open waves: The five-star floating hotel with 189 rooms and a ballroom that arrives in Gibraltar

  • The Sunborn Yacht Hotel in Gibraltar was born when the company realized there was a demand for a new luxury hotel but no room to build one on the exclusive peninsula
  • A 142-meter super yacht will be permanently moored in Gibraltar’s Ocean Village Marina
  • The floating hotel is expected to open at the end of this year and measures seven stories, has 15,500 square meters of floor space and will lessen the superyachts in the marina
  • Worthy of a five-star hotel, the 167 rooms, four executive rooms and 18 suites are expected to cost between £ 200 and £ 2,000 per night.

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Images of a gigantic five-star floating hotel which will cost around £ 130million to build and is designed to provide luxurious accommodation and panoramic sea views in Gibraltar, were unveiled.

The 142-meter super yacht will be permanently moored in the Ocean Village Marina in Gibraltar, located off the southern tip of Spain, and is expected to open at the end of this year.

The oceanic juggernaut has 189 guest rooms, banquet suites, bars, restaurants, a casino, spa and gym, lounge bar, pool, patio, and even a ballroom.

This is the gigantic five-star floating hotel that will cost around £ 130million to build and is designed to provide luxurious accommodation and panoramic sea views in Gibraltar.

The 142-meter super yacht will rest her anchor in Gibraltar's Ocean Village Marina, located off the southern tip of Spain and is expected to open at the end of this year.

The 142-meter super yacht will be permanently moored in Gibraltar’s Ocean Village Marina, located off the southern tip of Spain and is expected to open at the end of this year.

It will be one of the most luxurious places to stay in the Mediterranean, as these conceptual images suggest.

The floating hotel is seven stories tall and has 15,500 square meters of floor space and will less than eclipse the super yachts in the marina.

Worthy of a five-star hotel, the 167 rooms, four executive rooms and 18 suites are expected to cost between £ 200 and £ 2,000 per night.

All have panoramic wall-to-wall and floor-to-ceiling windows, and 90% of the rooms have outdoor space.

The oceanic juggernaut has 189 rooms

The oceanic juggernaut has 189 rooms, banquet suites, bars, restaurants, casino, spa and gym, lounge bar, pool, terrace and even a ballroom (pictured) and will be one of the most luxurious places in the Mediterranean.

The Sunborn Yacht Hotel in Gibraltar came into being when the company realized there was a demand for a new luxury hotel but no room to build one on the exclusive island

The Sunborn Yacht Hotel in Gibraltar came into being when the company realized there was a demand for a new luxury hotel but no room to build one in exclusive UK territory. A terrace connected to a suite is shown

The Sunborn Yacht Hotel in Gibraltar came into being when the company realized there was a demand for a new luxury hotel but no room to build one on the exclusive peninsula.

The floating hotel is designed to be permanently moored in Gibraltar and will be attached by six powerful hydraulic arms, each weighing eight tons.

Guests will enter the exclusive hotel through a closed glass bridge and Sunborn Gibraltar CEO Brian Stevendale said that unlike cruise ships, passengers will feel like they are staying on dry land.

The floating hotel is seven stories tall and has 15,500 square meters of floor space and will less than overshadow the super yachts in the marina.

The floating hotel is seven stories tall and has 15,500 square meters of floor space and will less than overshadow the super yachts in the marina.

The floating hotel (pictured) is designed to be permanently moored in Gibraltar, attached by six powerful hydraulic arms, each weighing eight tonnes

The floating hotel (pictured) is designed to be permanently moored in Gibraltar, attached by six powerful hydraulic arms, each weighing eight tonnes

He said CNN: “It’s intriguing that something this big could literally just be plugged into a port.”

The concept of a hotel on the water responded to the limited space in the British territory of Gibraltar, which measures less than seven square kilometers.

Monaco and Singapore have equally booming economies and a glamorous appeal to vacationers, but accommodation and space are limited.

Worthy of a five-star hotel, the 167 rooms, four executive rooms and 18 suites are expected to cost between £ 200 and £ 2,000 per night.

Worthy of a five-star hotel, the 167 rooms, four executive rooms and 18 suites are expected to cost between £ 200 and £ 2,000 per night.

All rooms have floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows and 90% of rooms have outdoor space

All rooms have floor-to-ceiling panoramic windows and 90% of rooms have outdoor space

Mr. Stevendale noted: ‘In Gibraltar, the demand for hotels is huge, but how do you get there in such a small jurisdiction? “

“Unlike traditional construction – which involves trucks, cranes and a huge amount of disruption – we have a ready-made product that can be delivered to these prime areas. “

Other hotels could follow in or in places where land-based development is impractical because a site is environmentally sensitive, has heritage status, or because there is simply no room left to build. new hotels.

Despite its exaggerated interior (a dining area is pictured), the company behind the super yacht claims it is eco-friendly when it comes to building a new hotel on earth

Despite its exaggerated interior (a dining area is pictured), the company behind the super yacht claims it is eco-friendly when it comes to building a new hotel on earth

The ship is built in Malaysia with internal fittings (a restaurant is shown) and has an engine to bring her to her final location in Gibraltar.

The ship is built in Malaysia with internal fittings (a restaurant is shown) and has an engine to bring her to her final location in Gibraltar.

Despite its exaggerated interior, the company behind the super yacht claims it is eco-friendly when it comes to building a new hotel on earth.

The ship is built in Malaysia and has an engine to bring it to its final location in Gibraltar, but because it has the ability to travel Sunborn said similar yachts could be used at temporary events such than the Olympics or the World Cup.

There are plans for similar hotels in London and Barcelona, ​​as well as interim plans for others in North America, Southeast Asia, the Middle East and Russia.

The Gibraltar ship is the second floating hotel of the company, which opened the “Sunborn Princess” in Naantali Spa Resort in Finland in 2002.


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