Difficult to find when driving into Ronda, but worth it when you get there. Staff were really helpful and well informed with local activities. The hotel restaurant was great. Superb location overlooking the valleys with exceptionally good food. A great way to end the day, peacefully watching the sun go down. The room was quite snug but this allowed for a larger bathroom area, so it was acceptable. But the air conditioning was perfect, didn't blow too cold or noisy all night. Overall a great stay.
There are certainly hotels closer to the new bridge (which is where everyone wants to go), but it was well worth a 10-minute walk to stay here, instead. The room (a small suite) was huge, the amenities excellent, and the environment was quiet and easy in every way. We were able to park right at the front door of the hotel. The manager was a little shaky in English at times, but super helpful--even started an early breakfast the day we had to leave. On a tour of Spain and Portugal, this hotel made Ronda probably the best stop and the most comfortable anywhere. What a bargain--we just loved it!
Great room - we were in room 10, it had an amazing view. Breakfast was excellent, but very busy on the second day meaning there were no tables available. Free bar was a nice touch, as was the fish foot spa!
Traveller from solihull
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Charming bed and breakfast in the old town. Five minutes walk from the magnificent gorge and the New Bridge (which is old). Friendly and helpful hostess. Wonderful breakfast including fruit, ham and cheese was brought to our room on a cart. Car park is a ten minute walk over the New Bridge. You can drop your luggage off at the hotel and they will give you directions to the car park. Many restaurants close by.
Traveller from Connecticut
The Ronda Hotel is conveniently located in the historic center of the namesake city, near the the New Bridge, the Old Bridge …More
Set 35 kilometres inland, Ronda is a very picturesque, typical Andalusian town popular with Costa del Sol day trippers. Its emblematic feature is its bridge, spanning a vertiginous 150-metre deep gorge that dramatically bisects Ronda. There are plenty of historic visitor attractions including Spain’s oldest bullring (with museum), Arab baths, and a fine palace. Close by are a number of charming /ipueblos blancos/i (white villages), including Grazalema and Gaucín.