Parador Hotel Ronda
The Ronda Parador is situated in the former town hall, in the centre of the city. It is located in a very interesting spot next to the well known Puente
Nuevo in Ronda.
The menu in the Parador restaurant has local and international dishes. There is a special menu for those on a gluten free diet.
The Parador group is well known for local cuisine. and this Parador has an excellent selection of dishes from Andalusia such as stewed partridge, roast kid, rabbit "a la rondena", almond soup, "ajo
blanco" (cold garlic soup) and "salmorejo".
While in Ronda, attend the Royal Fair held from 20-22 of May; and the festival of Pedro Romero in the second week of September which include the traditional "corrida goyesca" (Goya-style bullfighting).
Explore the Nieves and Grazalema Natural Parks either by foot or on horseback.
You will want to swim in the pool at the Parador that gives incredible panoramic view.of the town, the gorge, the mountains and the hills.
The Parador of Ronda has heating, air conditioning, piped music, gift shop, a restaurant and bar, currency exchange, lift, paid garage, satellite television, free wireless internet, garden, seasonal swimming pool and conference facilities.
Pets are not allowed.
If Parador Ronda is full, click here for alternative hotels in Ronda.
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Rates in Euros
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Nov and Dec
|March to October||194||223||310|
|Breakfast 18 per person per day Lunch or Dinner 34 per person per day|
Rates are per day, per room, for 1 or 2 persons and include tax
General terms and conditions
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|Golden Days||10% discount on accommodation and 30% discount on breakfast for guests aged 55 years or more|
|Young Persons||15% discount on accommodation and 30% discount on breakfast for guests aged between 18 and 30 years old|
|5 Night Card||Discounted rates for 5 nights in a standard room inc. breakfast|
|2 Night Special||15% discount on accommodation and 20% discount on half board for 2 nights stays in the same Parador|
Plaza de Espana, s/n
29400 Ronda, Malaga
Latitude: 36° 44' 28.2948" N (36.74103353580977)
Longitude: 5° 9' 58.1106" W (-5.166674852371216)
|Arcos de la Frontera||90||West|
|Information on Ronda||Wikipedia's article on Ronda|
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|Comment posted by Martin|
|We had a taster tour of Classical Spain in 2013. This gave us four hours in Ronda, which was not enough, though we managed a quick lunch in the Ronda Parador which convinced us that was the place to stay, so in March 2015 we returned for three nights. The room was large, clean and comfortable with a veranda in sight of the bandstand viewpoint and the hills beyond. With the veranda door open, revellers could be heard, but closing the door excluded the sound. The public rooms of the Parador are worth a visit in their own right; the hotel itself is a few paces from the New Bridge, which takes you over the gorge to the many unmissable sights and buildings of the old town. The buffet breakfasts are ample with a varied menu.|
|Comment posted by Carol Martz|
|We loved our stay there and wish we had extended. The balcony view was breathtaking and the room lovely. Well worth the visit. Front desk very friendly. Perfect location. Highly recommend.|
|Comment posted by Peter Foley|
|An excellent Hotel in the most ideal setting. Great views and in walking distance of all the main attractions. Dined in the Hotel Restaurant and both food & wine & service was excellent. A great experience all round|
|Comment posted by James Leonard|
|A spectacular setting and a very friendly welcome. The restaurant was excellent and the room comfy and clean. Our first night on this trip and a wonderful place to start. We wish we had planned a second night. It would be helpful to have clear instructions about how to find the Parador for those arriving by car (not everyone has a satnav!) although fortunatley the town nformation office is very close.|
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Parador of Ronda is a luxury hotel in the old town hall on the edge of the gorge of Ronda.