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Reviewed 7 April 2014

What a lovely hotel sitting on gorge edge, with great views from bedroom windows that opened wide. Great views from restaurant as well All 11 rooms have great views.Woke up in morning, looked out the window we above the mist and clouds. Ronda is AWESOME.Staff great.

Room Tip: All rooms are great , all with AWESOME views
  • Stayed: March 2014, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank ELLRAY
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Reviewed 7 March 2014

We stayed for only one night, I am absolutly sure you need more time to discover Ronda. Hotel is a very charming boutique hotel on a small street just a short walk from main attractions. We had a junior suite with a big double bed that looked great, but way to firm for us. Woke up with a very stiff back. Bathroom was nice with a great shower. Room needed to be soundproofed, we heard everything outside our door.

Room Tip: A room over the gorge is recommended.
  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled with family
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4  Thank oregongirl62
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Reviewed 2 March 2014

This hotel is on the edge of the cliff where you can see the bridge from your windows and the valley below. Pictures from our room were spectacular. We splurged on the junior sweet which was indeed spacious, with a separate large sitting room and balcony. We were in the granada room on the upper floor. The furnishings are eclectic but fun (there is a gold naked chrub lamp in the bathroom and a giant four poster bed for example).

The breakfast was downstairs int eh restaurant and had a wonder ful view as well. It was a nice buffett with fresh fruit salad, fresh sqeezed orange juice and eggs cooked anyway you want on demand. It has the usual assortment of hams, breads, cheeses and pasties as well. They will make coffee drinks for you. The breakfast was included with our room and was worth it.

The hotel does have parking for 16 euros. When you arrive, go about 40 feet past the hotel and look on the left wall of the street fo rthe Hotel Monteliro sign where you pull in an unload your stuff and bring it down the 40 street to the hotel door. They will then valet park your car for you. The street is too narrow to park in front for long, so just pull up to the space on the opposite wall (just past the small pastry shop maybe 30-40 ft up the street on the left - the hotel entrance is on the right just below. )

THe staff is pleasant and will answer the questions asked. The woman on during the day was a little more reserved than the one at night but both were helpful.

The location is pretty much one or two blocks from the sights in town - the bridge, wine museum, shops, church and mosque are one or two winding streets away on foot. THe partk is two- 3 blocks over the bridge and along the gorge - where you can get a horse and carriage tour of the old town for a decent price. It is a nice was to get oriented to the town. At the top of the street the hotel is located on, on the right is a small viewpoint park and a restaurant next store. Don't miss the view from the gardens of the restaurant - which includes a moorish arch you can see the white town through which is perfect for pictures. The food at that restuarant is quite good and worth checking out - they have a deck on the edge of the gorge outside) Just head right up the street the hotel is located on and go to the end and you will see the park and restaurante, which looks like a house).

Overall an excellent hotel for a small town like this and a better value than the state run parador with a mirror view.

Room Tip: Be sure to book a room with a view, because there are some that just face the street - you would still get a view from the common areas and restaurant, but the view rooms are much nicer to have.
  • Stayed: February 2014, travelled as a couple
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1  Thank karypdx
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Reviewed 2 January 2014

Maybe we got off to a bad start when we waited ages to check in behind another couple who were being given all sorts of advise - or whatever it was; we don't understand German. when we finally got our turn, we were handed the keys and that was it. This after a long wait at the station for a taxi.

We opted out of the rooms with a view so had rooms overlooking the entry, but this wasn't really a problem with windows and curtains shut. Decor was nice in a traditional Spanish style building. There was an elevator and air-conditioning, which we needed in October. Our twin beds (two single women) were VERY close together. Clean and well equipped bathroom with bathtub and L'Occitan de Provence supplies.

Breakfast was substantial though inside the restaurant, the views were not as good as I imagined when booking, but turns out my travel companion has vertigo anyway. Access to the balcony to enjoy the view was not encouraged.

Next day we found reception very unhelpful when we had queries about buses. Again we waited while others received a friendly reception. We were polite and patient so maybe it was a language thing, but we felt ignored and this coloured our view of our stay.

Room Tip: Pay for the view or look for better-value alternatives in Ronda.
  • Stayed: October 2013, travelled with friends
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4  Thank rockinryoko
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Reviewed 1 January 2014

We found most aspects of our stay at this hotel very satisfactory. It didn't start so well when we arrived and had to park in the street outside the hotel entrance and block the traffic. The hotel concierge jumped up saying something I'm sure was not complimentary but my Spanish is not great. He raced out and parked our car elsewhere before coming back to do our check in. I had been told to park in a little car nook opposite but I had forgotten. The problem is that travellers have to take in a lot of information and travel can be tiring and stressful, especially negotiating those tight little laneways...

However, our overall experience of the hotel was very positive. We had a junior suite and I think that guarantees you a view, although I'm not absolutely sure. If it does, I would recommend upgrading as Ronda is such a unique town and it is worth a small splurge. We loved this hotel and have happy memories of our stay there. Eating in the dining room was, as one reviewer mentioned, a bit of a puzzle when the breakfast room seems to have a more pleasant ambience. However, the food, the service and the atmosphere was of a very good standard and we enjoyed it.

The only negative was that the bathroom had a funky smell but we opened a small window and it seemed to dissipate somewhat.

We would stay here again and recommend it. We felt the Parador opposite being larger would be more impersonal and it looked more expensive.

  • Stayed: December 2013, travelled as a couple
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