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Reviewed 26 June 2019

We stayed in the Suite Marbella (red walls) & it was perfect. Such a comfortable room, bed, and unbeatable view. It was very clean, cool, & quiet at night. The staff was helpful & courteous. The bathroom is large & filled with gorgeous marble. We walked to Confiteria Daver for breakfast pastries & brought them back to eat while looking at that killer view. The Albacara restaurant for dinner was the best we had all trip.

Room tip: The Suite Marbella is worth it!
Date of stay: June 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank lmyoder2
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Reviewed 25 June 2019 via mobile

It’s a little pricey and the room decor a bit stuffy but absolutely worth it if you book a room overlooking the gorge. I was mesmerized by the view and loved sitting in front of the doors open to the abyss, with an amazing view of the Puente Nuevo.

Its location in the old town is also great. Turn right out of the hotel and explore a labyrinth of picture perfect, romantic streets.

Another plus is the plunge pool. Although small and a bit chilly, it’s brilliantly designed and overlooks the gorge. I spent a dreamy hour there reading, plunging and gazing.

Staff were friendly. I would however suggest that the hotel develop better maps/instructions for the many hiking options. We ended up on a suboptimal walk after being wrongly informed by the front desk that the steps to the gorge were closed. We saw many people traversing them later and wished we could have done the same.

Date of stay: June 2019
Trip type: Travelled with friends
Thank 835lew
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Reviewed 20 June 2019

My partner and I stayed here last week and were a bit put off by the tiny rooms and the customer service. Our room had a view of the hotel across the street (which was in very close proximity we could practically reach out and touch it). We had booked a double bed but it was a room where they had pushed two single beds together. It must be a on a street where at the end there are parties because both nights we stayed, there would be party goers leaving the club around 4:30-5:30am and they were extremely loud each night. The wifi didn't work while we were there (we were on a working vacation so we absolutely needed it, my partner had to sit in the hall just to get signal). The woman at the front desk was quite brash, and not very friendly - the breakfast was super basic. Other than that, the restaurant has one of the best views, and if you can get a room on that side, it's probably amazing. It's in a good location, in relation to where everything is - minus the party noises. Probably wouldn't stay here again. The Parador is across the bridge and I'd recommend staying there.

Date of stay: June 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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3  Thank stephaniemarie263
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Reviewed 20 June 2019

We had only one night's stay at the hotel but found it to be a very comfortable place to stay in a great location, walking distance into the central old town. Our room didn't have a view -- not every room has a few facing the famous bridge. But it was exceptionally quiet and spacious, with a sitting area and a well appointed bathroom. I felt as if we had stepped into another era! There weren't reservations available in the dining room that night but the host gave us several recommendations for dining in the area, that worked out well despite it being a Sunday. She spoke English and was very helpful. Parking isn't on the premises but is a short distance away. The streets are very narrow so best to limit driving in the area. It isn't necessary to drive in the immediate as it's easy to explore on foot. Breakfast was a bit overpriced for the offering but good.

Date of stay: May 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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1  Thank HuntressCA
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Reviewed 18 June 2019

The entrance is on one of the most beautiful streets in Ronda. The interior is beautiful cool marble. The restaurant, pool area, breakfast area, and our rooms all face the iconic bridge of Ronda. Air conditioning works perfectly. Great water pressure and endless hot water. I am in love.

Room tip: Room facing the bridge.
Date of stay: June 2019
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank GuyA473
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