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
Hosts go out of way to make your stay pleasant. Very personable friendly English expat family.
Pool was beautiful and refreshing. Afternoon snacks and welcome drink provided. Bar open all day. Snacks available on the honor system.
Traveller from USA
Molino del Puente Ronda is a charming countryside hotel housed in an old olive and flour mill dating back to the 18th …More
Hotel Polo is conveniently located close to the city centre near all tourist attractions including the New bridge. We took the bus from Cadiz to Ronda. The hotel is within 10 mins walk from the bus station. Check in process was smooth and staffs were friendly and helpful. The room is clean and comfortable to stay in.
The owner, Anihid, was the best part of this place. She was very friendly and helpful and made us feel right at home. Her breakfasts were also some of the best we had on the whole trip. The room was nice but the towels were a bit scratchy and shower head a bit crazy, but overall a great place to stay.
Traveller from Calgary, Canada
Braka is an 18th century traditional private residence located in the heart of the old historic area of Ronda, Spain, across …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.