We were between two choices: staying in a hotel right in the center of the village or in this one.
We made the right decision. Although is 10 blocks from the famous bridge (Which is what Ronda i all about), the views from the hotel are amazing. It is located on top of a hill, all the deep green valleys lay down your feet.
The hotel is an old building which has been fully renovated in a luxury way, it is a pity we could not stay longer because we wanted to visit Ronda and the other beautiful white villages (our favorite one was Sentenil de las Bodegas, carved out from the rocks). This hotel is dieal to take it easy and rest for a day during your trip to Andalucia, reading a book in the terrace looking to the valleys, or walking down to the old center for lunch
Amazing location if you want to get away from everything. Surrounded by hills with incredible views. There really is nothing for miles. The pool and gardens are huge and rambling allowing you to get lost. Perfect for disappearing off to read a book with a secret glass of wine. Rooms are basic but rustic charm abounds. The public areas are charmingly decorated and restaurant menu is simple wholesome and homemade with local rustic wine selection. Truly a quiet place to reflect, rest and escape the world.
Traveller from c
Located just 8 km from Ronda city centre in the Andalusia Region , the Ronda Hotel Molino del Arco is housed in an antique …More
"Ideal accommodation to explore Ronda and the area"
We stayed here for four nights in the Little Room in February.
Our room and all the common rooms were very comfortable and decorated beautifully.
Breakfast was a continental buffet and plenty of it. The use of the kitchen at any time was great for making complimentary tea or coffee at any time.
We spent the first two days enjoying the delights of Ronda and it's lovely tapas bars and the following two exploring the surrounding area in our hire car.
Parking? Well we couldn't have got closer just two steps from the front gate.
It was on the edge but just a 15 minute walk from the centre with the main railway station directly opposite and plenty of bars and restaurants in the immediate vicinity.
Juan was a great host and I really appreciated his help in enabling me to watch a big Liverpool FC cup tie in the front room on Sky TV and in English. It was also very handy to have my match tipple cava cooling in the kitchen fridge.
Unfortunately we were beaten in the last minute of extra time but aside from this major disappointment I loved my stay in Ronda and The Ronda Suites.
Excellent location just next to parador and new bridge of ronda. Hotel condition excellent. Room space excellent, room with many windows, with wind flow. Price was higher for small town like ronda but worth it. Book here and will not regret
Traveller from bangkok
The Acinipo Hotel is located in the heart of Ronda, one of the most attractive towns in Andalusia. This 4 stars modern …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.