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The hotel parador in Ronda – The City of Dreams

Nestled in the picturesque Serranía de Ronda, the charming city of Ronda boasts a plethora of accommodation options, ranging from cozy hostels to luxurious rural houses. This historic city is home to Spain’s most iconic bridge, the Puente Nuevo, as well as the oldest and most prestigious bullring in the country. As one of the last Moorish strongholds to fall during the Spanish Reconquest, Ronda offers a fascinating blend of cultures and traditions, which are reflected in its architecture, cuisine, and way of life.

We highly recommend spending at least two days in Ronda to fully appreciate the city’s charms and soak up its vibrant atmosphere. However, if you have more time to spare, extending your stay will allow you to explore the surrounding villages and countryside of the Serranía de Ronda, which are renowned for their natural beauty, exquisite hotels, and exceptional gastronomy.

Whether you prefer to stay in the heart of the city or in the peaceful countryside, there is a hotel in Ronda to suit every taste and budget. From stylish boutique hotels to grand historic buildings, you are sure to find the perfect accommodation to enhance your Ronda experience. So why not plan your trip today and discover the magic of Ronda for yourself?

Hotel Baraka B&B in Ronda’s Historic Centre

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. Hotel Baraka B&B in Ronda’s Historic Centre

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.

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La Rondeña Hotel, (Hotel Plaza de Toros) – Ronda

Found in the city center of Ronda, the La Rondeña (Hotel Plaza de Toros) provides a good jump-off point for tourists looking to explore the historic town. The hotel has a quiet and romantic appeal which sets it apart from other hotels in the area. Though it only has 16 rooms, all are fully furnished to provide the amenities that weary travelers deserve.

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Hotel Parador, Ronda ****

The Parador de Ronda is the most popular hotel and most reserved by Ronda Today website visitors. (Check out prices and reviews over at Tripadvisor). 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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Find a hostel in Ronda

Are you looking to find a hostel in Ronda? Well, there are a few accommodation options. They have great reviews and are well known for their 5 star service!

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Whats the difference between a hotel and a hostel in Ronda?

The main differences between staying in a hotel and a hostel are typically cost, privacy, and the atmosphere.

Hotels are generally more expensive and offer more private rooms with attached bathrooms, while hostels are less expensive and typically offer shared dormitory-style rooms and shared bathroom facilities.

Hotels also often have more luxurious amenities, such as swimming pools, restaurants, and room service, and a more formal atmosphere. In contrast, hostels often have a more social, informal atmosphere, with communal areas for socializing and meeting other travelers.

Ultimately, the choice between a hotel and a hostel will depend on a traveler’s budget and their personal preferences for privacy, amenities, and atmosphere.

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