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Sunborn Gibraltar yacht hotel moored at permanent home

By Ashbourne News Telegraph  |  Posted: March 07, 2014

Sunborn at Ocean Village Marina, Gibralta. www.oceanvillage.gi

Sunborn at Ocean Village Marina, Gibralta. www.oceanvillage.gi

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A GAME-changing yacht hotel is set to make Gibraltar one of the leading go-to destinations this year.

The five star Sunborn Gibraltar, was escorted to her permanent home at Ocean Village Marina last month introducing a new concept of luxury to the famously exclusive Mediterranean destination.

Guests have every opportunity to enjoy the yacht’s unique features.

Rooms and suites take luxury to another level: light-filled accommodation opening on to amazing vistas, amplified by the sliding wall-to-wall, floor-to-ceiling picture windows, most of which lead to a private balcony or terrace.

The proximity to the water with the soft sea breeze and gentle lapping of the waves creates an environment like no other.

The hotel’s public spaces help to create an unforgettable experience, making the best use of the waterfront location with opportunities to enjoy the 360-degree views from its restaurants, bars and outstanding top deck.

Gregory Butcher, chairman of Ocean Village, said: “When we were contacted a year ago by a Finnish company hoping to bring a luxury yacht hotel to Gibraltar, despite a clear need for five star accommodation, I had my doubts it would actually happen.

“I am delighted to say that it did and, after extensive ground engineering works at the marina, Sunborn Gibraltar has become a prestigious addition to our complement of high profile tenants at Ocean Village.”

Owner of Chique Boutique, Debra Pott, was equally enthusiastic: “I am extremely excited at the new arrival of the floating hotel. I feel it can only have a positive impact on both my business and Ocean Village as a whole and I anticipate a brighter future for the marina.”

For more information visit the website at www.oceanvillage.gi

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