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The breakfast spread at Hotel Enfrente Art
The breakfast spread at Hotel Enfrente Art | © Encarni Novillo
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The Best Hotels in Ronda, Spain

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Updated: 1 May 2018
Ronda is not lacking in excellent hotels, offering everything from funky boutiques to accommodations boasting spectacular views of the El Tajo Gorge and the “New Bridge”. Read on for our pick of the best hotels in this stunning Andalusian town.

Hotel EnFrente Arte

Boutique Hotel
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The self-service bar at Enfrente Arte | © Encarni Novillo
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There is nothing to fault at EnFrente Arte, a super-friendly boutique on one of Ronda’s prettiest old streets. Each of its twelve bedrooms is themed around a particular artist or subject: especially lovely is the light-filled Picasso Twin, which gives out onto a spacious first-floor balcony overlooking the street below. Yet the quirky rooms are only part of the fun of staying here: relaxation spaces include a roof terrace with spectacular views, a tropical garden and a self-service bar stocked with superb local wines. Also included in the room rate is the best breakfast in Ronda, starring custom-made crepes to die for.
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Pension Baraka

Boutique Hotel
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Baraka is located a two-minute stroll from Ronda's mighty Puente Nuevo | © Aldo Ardetti / WikiCommons
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Pension Baraka is located in a beautiful 18th century townhouse in the old Moorish quarter of Ronda, and offers three charming rooms, each with its own name. Warda (Arabic for “rose”) has a double bed, paintings by the owner and steps leading into a charming courtyard; Safra (“yellow”) is a twin room with mountain views; and Salama (“peace and well-being) is a newly added suite. Guests here love the personalised treatment by proprietor Anahid, who is happy to give you recommendations about what to see in Ronda.
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Boutique, Traditional

Hotel San Gabriel

Boutique Hotel
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Hotel San Gabriel is located in the beautiful old Moorish part of Ronda | © Elliot Brown / Flickr
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Hotel San Gabriel is run by Ana and José Perez, siblings who grew up in this gorgeous 18th century building before their parents decided to turn it into a hotel. The townhouse dates from 1736, when it was built for the Pizarros, heirs of the conqueror of Peru, and was acquired by the Perez family in the early 90s after almost being destroyed in a fire. Its 21 rooms are rendered in a traditional style and facilities include a wine cellar and a cinema room kitted out with velvet seats that were once in Ronda’s main theatre.
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Boutique, Traditional

Hotel Montelirio

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Hotel Montelirio offers stunning views of the countryside surrounding Ronda | © Anna & Michal / Flickr
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For a luxury room with a view, head to Hotel Montelirio, which boasts a spectacular location on the edge of the El Tajo Gorge, overlooking the Puente Nuevo. The rooms are exquisitely decorated with their own themes and in the Superior Doubles you can relax in hydro-massage tubs whilst gazing upon the mighty bridge. Guests here rave about the Michelin-recommended restaurant, where you can enjoy imaginative, pan-European cuisine on a terrace overlooking the rugged scenery of the Serrania de Ronda.
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Traditional

Hotel Polo

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Hotel Polo is a stone's throw from Ronda's historical bullring | © Kevin Poh / Flickr
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The traditional is effortlessly combined with the modern at Hotel Polo. Situated just opposite Ronda‘s historical 18th century bullring, its light-filled, stylish rooms range from singles to quadruples, with the double premiums being the most spacious option for couples. There’s a communal living room with a microwave, kettle and fridge, and an honesty bar on the rooftop terrace, which boasts amazing views over Ronda’s rooftops and beyond. Guests love the central location and also highly praise the service.
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Hotel San Cayetano

Budget Hotel
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Hotel San Cayetano is situated in the heart of historical Ronda | © amanderson2 / Flickr
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For decently-priced accommodation within strolling distance of all of Ronda’s main attractions, Hotel San Cayetano is hard to beat. It offers 22 traditionally-decorated en-suite bedrooms that are clean, comfortable and, given their location, of superb value. Clients here also rate the buffet breakfast – a perfect start to a day of sightseeing – and the helpful staff, who possess an abundance of knowledge about this beautiful town. An inexpensive and friendly base from which to explore Ronda.
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Budget, Traditional

Hotel Aire

Boutique Hotel
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Ronda's "Old Bridge" is just down the road from Hotel Aire | © Elliot Brown / Flickr
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Situated just down the winding little road that leads to Ronda‘s understated 17th century “Old Bridge” (one of the two that Puente Nuevo was built to improve upon), Aire Hotel offers three indivudally-decorated rooms in a stately old townhouse. The owner is consistently praised for being charming and helpful, and the beds are said to be exceptionally comfortable (perhaps no surprise, given that the hotel describes itself as “adults only”). An excellent breakfast is included in the room price.
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Stylish, Historic