Ronda is a delightful little city with many excellent hotels, and is home to Spain’s most photographed bridge, the oldest and most prestigious bullring, and was one of the last Moorish cities to fall in the Spanish reconquest. We recommend at least two nights/two days in Ronda to really see the city and enjoy what Ronda has to offer, though extending this for a few days makes for an excellent break, and means you won’t be rushed.
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It begins with the facade, an elegant building in the very centre of Ronda’s commercial district, and leads to the salon and lounge, a welcoming environment for visitors to relax in the company of like minded folk. The Hotel Polo is one of Ronda’s oldest hotels so the management understand hospitality.
The 36-room hotel is known for its modernist style with rooms decorated in a soothing blue and white theme. Most of the rooms have their own access to balconies perfect for enjoying Ronda’s many colourful processions which pass below.
The Hotel San Francisco in Ronda is located near the center of the historic and culture-rich town. The location of the hotel is convenient for tourists as many tourist spots can be reached easily from the Hotel San Francisco.
Although not the biggest hotel in the area, the Hotel San Francisco makes up for its smaller size with quality service. All 27 rooms in this value hotel are designed with a modern touch. These rooms are air-conditioned, a necessity during summer months. For entertainment, all rooms also come with TV sets. The bathroom is also furnished with a hairdryer.
The Fuerte Grazalema as its name suggests is located within the famed Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park and the location provides for plenty of nature related activities, not least of them being hiking or cycling around the mountains. A small stock of bicycles are kept at the hotel for guest use, and staff are able to arrange for horseback riding nearby.
Very close to Grazalema, the hotel overlooks the ancient medieval part of the village from the east, and is also about 28km from Ronda, or only a few kilometres of Zahara de la Sierra. Daytrips from Grazalema to see other parts of the Sierra de Cadiz or the Serrania de Ronda are not stressful days. Returning to the four star Hotel Fuerte, enjoy relaxing by the large outdoor pool, or book some time in the hotel jacuzzi.
All guest rooms at the Fuerte Grazalema are large and spacious, and have their own private balcony overlooking the valley below Grazalema. Each balcony is provided with a table and chairs, French sliding doors access the room which includes extra long beds, satellite TV, direct dial telephone, and Wi-Fi Internet.
Apart from the bicycle rental service, the hotel also offers laundry and ironing services, and if needed, babysitting services can be provided. Newspapers are delivered daily in the hotel reception. Breakfast is sumptious and filling, perfect for long days exploring the district, and the hotel restaurant is open every night for guest choosing to eat on the premises.
Hotel Al Lago is a delightful boutique hotel on the edge of the lake at Zahara de la Sierra, with just 4 rooms, but each sumptiously decorated for the discerning traveller. Add to that the world class gourmet restaurant operated by the husband and wife owners of Al Lago and you’ll discover a haven of culture and class in the very heart of the Grazalema Natural Park.