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There are many hotels in Ronda, and several of these are quite superb hotels. But, quite a few of the people who visit Ronda have a particular desire to stay in the old town with its history and romantic stories. This is the protected zone of Ronda, with very little development allowed, so there aren’t many hotels to choose from.
Ronda’s old town extends from the Puente Nuevo along Calle Armiñan until the old walls and Almocabar Gate, and down as far as the Arab Baths, so we have included the Hotel Alavera de los Baños even though other travel guides might consider it outside the old town.
Here is our list of some of the hotels in Ronda’s old town….Just click the name of the hotel for booking information.
Hotel Montelirio ****
The Montelirio, housed in a 17th century palace is one of Ronda’s most spectacular hotels. Perched as it is on the edge of the Tajo gorge, and with spectacular views from the pool of the Puente Nuevo. The Montelirio is 4 star hotel so you are assured everything you need to enjoy your stay in the city has been provided. Continue reading Hotels in Ronda Old Town
The Parador de Ronda is the most popular hotel and most reserved by Ronda Today website visitors. This is not just because it offers the same exceptional service as other Parador hotels, but because it is so centrally located, offering everything the experienced traveller demands.
Its location immediately adjacent to the Tajo gorge and Ronda’s iconic Puente Nuevo, is the reason this hotel is often fully booked. On the edge of the gorge, there are only a handful of hotels, and the Parador has the best vantage point. All guests of the hotel are able to enjoy drinks on the terrace patio, which is especially nice at sunset.
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The panoramic location of the Husa Reina Victoria makes it one of the most popular hotels in Ronda. The hotel was refurbished in 2000 (although it was built in 1906). and is located next to the Tajo gorge precipice giving guests stunning views of the Sierra de Grazalema mountain range.
Located near to the center of the city, the Husa Reina Victoria Ronda provides tourists with a good starting place to explore the historic city.
Can’t think of a better reason to stay in this fantastic hotel…The spa inside the Reina Victoria Hotel in Ronda is completely equipped in order to offer a wide range of beauty and wellness treatments. The spa area consists of a hydromassage pool, Turkish bath and hydromassage showers, as well as a fitness area and a terrace with panoramic views.
The access to the spa area costs 5€/sessión (prior reservation required), in order to guarantee your complete relax, and includes a bottle of water, towel, shower cap and slippers. (Guests staying in a junior suite, junior suite terrace or suite have free access to the spa facilities.)
Prices for treatments can be found here..
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