Ronda reigns supreme as Andalucia’s best hotels are announced

LAST UPDATED: 23 Dec, 2015 @ 19:54
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VISITORS to Andalucia are spoilt for choice when it comes to hotels – especially in the Ronda area where three establishments have bagged places in the latest ‘best list’.

The province’s top haunts offer everything from luxury and a sense of the region’s history to stellar cuisine showcasing the best of home-grown produce.

And whether it’s a high-class spa, heavenly views of Cordoba’s mosque or an idyllic converted olive mill, Andalucia’s outstanding hotels have something for everyone.

With such an extraordinary range of options, hoteliers have their work cut out to stand out from the crowd.

Vincci Seleccion Aleysa, Benalmádena

Vincci Seleccion Aleysa, Benalmádena
Vincci Seleccion Aleysa, Benalmádena

The only five-star hotel in Benalmádena, tourists can enjoy its prime location on the beachfront, as well as a fabulous spa equipped with a thermal circuit and treatment cabins. This boutique hotel earned a 95.59 score from visitors to the online travel website Trivago.

Balcon de Cordoba, Cordoba

Balcon de Cordoba, Cordoba
Balcon de Cordoba, Cordoba

This towering 17th-century building in Cordoba’s historic heart is a melting pot of classical, Islamic and Castilian designs. Its three charming courtyards, traditional chino cordobés stepping stones and ornate fountains are a luxurious step back in time. The upper floor offers commanding views of Cordoba’s iconic mosque.

Molino del Santo, Benaoján

Molino del Santo, Benaoján
Molino del Santo, Benaoján

This stunning boutique hotel near Ronda was opened by expats Andy Chapell and Pauline Elkin in 1987. Lovingly restored from an olive and flour mill, it is the perfect base for exploring scenic inland Andalucia, including Grazalema Natural Park and the many pretty neighbouring white villages.

Aire de Ronda, Ronda

Aire de Ronda, Ronda
Aire de Ronda, Ronda

One of Spain’s smallest hotels, this perfectly formed three-bedroom establishment provides elegant accommodation for six, its open fireplace offering a cosy glow in the heart of one of Spain’s most beautiful cities. The popular restaurant specialises in hearty traditional fare.

La Fuente de la Higuera, Ronda

La Fuente de la Higuera, Ronda
La Fuente de la Higuera, Ronda

Set in an renovated olive mill, husband and wife Christina and Pom’s hotel combines traditional architecture with a post-modern design. As well as a swimming pool and stunning terrace restaurant, the honesty bar and small library will make you feel home from home. Ronda and its splendid El Tajo gorge a 10-minute drive away.



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