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The travel experts at Hotels.com have created a varied list of Rota Hotels for you to browse. Here you will be able to find a cosy romantic nook for a weekend anniversary break, a comfortable set of rooms for a lengthy holiday with the family, and much more. We want you to be able to book with confidence, so have taken care to ensure that you have all of the information you might need about the Rota Hotels we list. Photographs of each hotel are placed alongside ratings from previous guests so that you can get a good feel of each hotel. Close to Cadiz, which lays claim to being the oldest city in Europe, Rota is a wonderful place for enjoying both the amazing natural beauty of the southern Spanish coast and some wonderful archaeological attractions.

What's Rota Like?

Dotted with welcoming plazas and trees that are many centuries old, Rota is steeped in history. The beach here ('la playa' is the word for beach) is beautiful with its white sand and shimmering turquoise sea, and there is plenty of opportunity for swimming, surfing, sunbathing, and having a barbecue beside the sea. The Jardin Botanico Celestino Mutis and the Parque Atlantico are two areas of great natural beauty; in the former, you will usually be able to see chameleons roaming through the gardens. Gin connoisseurs will enjoy the exhibitions and tasting sessions in the Le Monde Rota Gin House. And, in general, Rota is a great place for food and drink with seafood (and particularly sea urchins) being a popular local dish.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Rota

You will often hear the inhabitants of Rota being described as friendly and open people, so why not greet them with a wave an a 'hola' (pronounced 'oh-la', the word for hello) as you pass? One Spanish activity which is quite common in the South is called Botellón. 'Botellón' literally just means 'large bottle', and this is the custom of sharing a drink in the open air (usually in the street). Initially a response to the rising prices in bars and clubs, Botellón is now a social occasion that residents look forward to participating in. Why not take part in it whilst you are there, or mingle with the locals on the beach? At Hotels.com, we have so much local knowledge that we are excited about sharing with our customers. Reap the benefits of our travel expertise, and our native knowledge of the town of Rota, by booking yourself some quality accommodation from our collection of Rota hotels today.