Hotel Enfrente Arte
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... with it's cobbled stoned streets, the white buildings glare in the sunshine and orange trees loaded with fruit line the squares . We stopped for a while at a very picturesque square for Tapas and beer and listened to two musicians strumming their guitars. That evening we dined at another square in town watching life go by and noticing that the evenings are starting to get cooler. Hoping it's only the altitude and not ...
... talking about it; and mostly I want to remember the food here so that I can recreate it at home!
The rest of the day we spent lying on the grass and walking around town a bit; there wasn't a whole lot to see other than the buildings, but it was so beautiful seeing the surrounding scenery and all of the plants! Plus it was a great day of sunny weather, and so we could just meander and be totally happy.
That's it for trips ...
... for the last five mi uses or so of climbing that we are being followed by an old man. John decides that this is his daily constitutional and I don't think he is wrong. He arrives at where we are sitting and greets us enthusiastically like we are old friends. It is going to be one of those weird yet heartwarming conversations between two people from different countries neither one of whom understands a word of the other ones language. He gives us all ...
... in the cable car, if it is open, which is doubtful until April, it would set us back £40, which we don't feel would pass the Mike test.* Driving onwards in a westerly direction we gaze across the water to Africa. Morocco is clearly visible across the Straits of Gibraltar, The Rif mountains rising up against the skyline only 15 miles away or a 40 minute ferry ride. Next time. Tarifa makes a lovely overnight wildcamp stop with the colourful wind kites and splendid ...
... me. But two things haunt me when driving through mountains in the rain. One is fear of the wheels slipping on the incredibly steep roads, and the second is the risk of landslides. There are signs aplenty warning of falling rocks and whereas this might not feel too much of a threat to the average person, to me it's a gruesome reminder of being pelted about my head by falling rocks after a landslide while walking in Madeira. Probable death missed me by inches and has left ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews Hotel Enfrente Arte Ronda
We stayed here for two nights in early March. It was my boyfriend's birthday so we opted for a deluxe room with our own terrace.
My husband & I stayed here in early January 2006. We were in Ronda for 2 nights. We truly enjoyed the games room & library. We played numerous rounds of pool & had a lovely time. We didn't really socialise with other guests, but easily could have. There was an Australian family & a Spanish couple there while we were.
If you're looking for somewhere to stay in Ronda which is a little bit different then this is the place to go! The rooms are all uniquely designed and appointed while the hotel itself is deceptively large with so many little areas, rooms, terraces and balconies that you'd swear weren't there before. The breakfast is good with a wide selection of things to try - and don't miss the little fried bread balls with chocolate sauce (never mind the wasteline - you're on holiday!) The free, help-yourself bar is a great perk whilst the staff are extremely friendly and always willing to help.
We stayed in Ronda for just one night, but this charming hotel would have in itself convinced us to stay more. It is full of nooks and cranies with surprises, like tropical birds and fish and wonderful views. But the service was what really made it. Dimitri really took the time to welcome you in and help you around. The drinks were all free (including wine and beer), the breakfast was wonderful, as well as the internet, and all of this tells the guests "you are welcome here" which is not that comon in Spain. We stayed in the tower room which is fun but I would not advise it for those who have trouble with stairs.
This is a truly nice hotel. Staff very friendly and helpful. Interesting design, more charming than perhaps beautiful:). You make your own espresso, wine, water, soda is included and you help your self with beverages. Breakfast is EXCELLENT, pancakes, fruit, warm bread and croissants, different cheeses, yoghurt. Free internet but maybe there should be a time limit for usage so you do not have to wait so long for others to finish? Elderly people could have a problem walking to centre it takes less than 10 minutes so distance is not a problem but very steep uphill slope from hotel to centre. No problem for me or my parents. Reading lights in room could be better for reading on the bed.
We recently spent three nights at the Hotel Enfrente Arte in Ronda. This picturesque town and surrounding area are definitely worth a visit, as is this unique hotel.
Didn't want to leave
This is definitely the coolest hotel I have ever stayed in. The decor is fabulous - eclectic, rustic, stylish and fun. My husband and I spent 3 nights here and we just loved it. Our room was very comfortable and cosy and I loved the bathroom tiling and neat wrought iron fixtures. There are great views to be had from the various terraces and the landscaping is so appealing. We helped ourselves to beer and wine from the open bar and there was enough food in the chilled cabinets to virtually last all day. I would go back to Rhonda again just to stay here.
Absolutely wonderful didnt want to leave!
Add me to the list of people who will go back..travelling alone with two children we found this hotel and it was simply wonderful..not plush but comfortable and very welcoming with great funky accomodation and facilities. The staff couldn't have been more helpful and its situation is great LOVED IT!
The Enfrente Arte Hotel in the beautiful town of Ronda is quite possibly the best hotel i have ever stayed in and i have travelled extensively around europe over the last 10 years staying in all grades of hotel from hostels to 5 stars.