Location: San Roque, Spain
Hotel in San Roque
The building was a former palace of a general in the 19th century.
In 1930 the courts of San Roque were inaugurated, being also the most important courts in the Campo de Gibraltar as San Roque was the head of the judicial district, being the enclave of one of the most important events in our history, the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939).
At the beginning of the 70s, the court was moved and enabled as a hidalgo hostel, later it passed to the company Hostal Atrium until 2013, which had its cessation of activity.
Situated in Southern Spain, San Roque enjoys a privileged location, with one of the most exclusive neighbourhoods in Europe, Sotogrande.
Just a few minutes from a British colony, (Gibraltar) and a few kms from the African continent. With easy access from the
Port of Algeciras and tariff.
Malaga Airport 1 hour approx.
Jerez Airport 1 h approx
Tarifa 25 minutes approx.
Marbella 35 minutes approx.