Nestled in the old Jewish Quarter in Ronda, tourists can find the Alavera de los Baños. The hotel is designed with traditional flair making it easily blend in with its history-rich location. Guests at this hotel are treated to a magnificent view of the town and the mountain range nearby. Continue reading Hotel Alavera de los Baños, Ronda *
The Hotel Berlanga is similar to a motorway rest stop, and fits this need perfectly being located close to Ronda’s industrial area. It is also close to the railway station and supermarkets, and a 10 minute walk will see you in Ronda’s main shopping street.
Visitors who are the target market for Hotel Berlanga are those with a tight budget but requiring the comfort, cleanliness and facilities of a central city hotel. Certainly the hotel is not a pension, and if you don’t mind a short walk (Ronda is a small city) you’ll have easy access to all of the city’s main attractions.
Imagine a quiet haven away from the crowds, in the heart of Ronda’s Moorish quarter, a house that one could easily believe was once owned by a wealthy Moorish trader, and now your home away from home, in Ronda, Andalusia.
Baraka B&B is this place; a unique bespoke hotel in Ronda, with just three rooms, situated in a quiet pedestrian alleyway. The internal patio is the centrepiece of the entire house, the stars forming the ceiling. A central staircase winds it’s way to the roof, where a sun drenched terrace awaits, offering views of the hills surrounding Ronda.
The Cortijo Las Piletas is a country hotel set in the midst of beautiful gardens in rural Andalusia. This hotel is family owned and operated with a focus on creating a warm appeal for guests. Thanks to its location and design, the hotel’s grounds have plenty of surprises in store for visitors.
Aside from a spacious hotel, beauty treatment services are also offered onsite. This combination provides guests a chance to pamper themselves during their vacation in this part of Spain.
The hotel’s restaurant serves a variety of dishes in its welcoming dining room, with a range of traditional drinks served at the bar which is more a lounge than bar.
Finding a hotel in Ronda is easy, there are so many to choose from, but not all hotels are created equal. Hotel Ronda located next to the Casa del Rey Moro (The Moorish King’s House) is one of these delightful little hotels most people only hear about after their holiday in Ronda.
Quite simply, most hotel booking and review websites or travel guides mention the biggest hotels, or best advertisers and it can be very difficult to find the smaller hotels that you should probably stay at, or would if a friend recommended it. Hotel Ronda is one of these small boutique hotels that really deserves a mention.
Named after the old name of Ronda, the Arunda I hotel is a cozy establishment designed to be family-friendly. The hotel is within easy walking distance of the railway station at the top of Calle La Bola, Ronda’s main shopping precinct. From the hotel the Plaza de Toros and Puente Nuevo are just 800m away along a pedestrianised street.
The 12 simple rooms at the Arunda I are all air-conditioned and are non-smoking rooms. The hotel also has a safety deposit service where guests can leave their important papers and valuables for safekeeping while they are out and about exploring the sites that Ronda has to offer. Bicycle hire from CycleRonda is only 50 metres away, although the hotel reception is able to organise this for you if desired.