By Euro Weekly News Media • 23 May 2013 • 8:30
WELCOME VISITOR: Sunborn Gibraltar.
THE Sunborn Gibraltar, a five-star grand yacht hotel, will be arriving in just three weeks time. This 189-room, purpose-built five -star yacht with fine dining restaurants, a grand ballroom, cocktail and lounge bars, a spa and fitness centre, concierge and abundant conference facilities will bring a new level of deluxe hospitality to Gibraltar.
Intended for some of the most iconic cities around the globe, Sunborn Gibraltar will be the brand’s debutante and, for some time, the only five star yacht hotel in existence.
Gibraltar has been chosen as the desired location to begin this story, the first of a fleet of five star yacht hotels that will change perceptions on luxury travel forever.
Brian Stevendale, CEO for Sunborn Gibraltar, says, “Many reports and studies have been undertaken into the viability of a new hotel coming to Gibraltar. Global hotel names have been keen to come, but they have not been able to find the right site, we solve this without all the disruption of construction. Sunborn Gibraltar provides the desperately needed quality that you would expect from a five star hotel, wherever you are in the world.”
Brian continues, “There is a gap in Gibraltar’s hotel offering for a genuine international-standard five star establishment. Over 12 million people visit Gibraltar each year, but tend to arrive from Spain and spend the majority of their stay on the other side of the border. Sunborn Gibraltar hopes to stem this flow and keep leisure and business travellers spending on the Rock.”
In short, Sunborn will bring guests to Gibraltar who otherwise would not have chosen to visit. Wealthy individuals and discerning businesspersons will be able to accommodate large functions of more than 500 guests.
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