our guesthouse in ronda :

Enfrente Arte is a different hotel in Ronda, near Seville and Granada.
Beautifully situated in the oldest paved street of Ronda and surrounded by historic buildings, this unique and laid back hotel is just moments from the city centre but yet faces the natural park 'Sierra de las Nieves'.
The hotel itself has been decorated with eclectic details, original and historical artwork and atmospheric lighting. Above the very intimate bar and relaxed dining room, the hotel also has a recreation room with a pool table, television, a library as well as a computer with free access to the internet.

The subtropical garden, with a large variety of exotic plants, birds and fish is an attraction for nature lovers, and, the children. Several romantic courtyards and terraces offer stunning views of the mountains, the river 'Guadalevin', the old city and the renowned horse riding school 'Maestranza de Ronda'.

The hotel also provides an outdoor swimming pool and a sauna. Those with more energy can grab some action at the new multifunctional sport complex just around the corner.

Our self service bar offers a selection of tea, coffee, refreshments, natural juices, beer and different wines.

Probably the most remarkable characteristic is that during your stay, all drinks, breakfast and the use of all facilities are included in the price of the room, making EnfrenteArte your home in Ronda.


The hotel has 14 double rooms of different types, each with its own character. All have a private bathroom, television, telephone, central heating and air-conditioning.

Check our website for more details, pictures and pricing of the rooms.

about Ronda :

Ronda is an amazing and very charming city. The gorge-straddling setting and the breathtaking ravine, dividing the old Moorish quarter from the new 'Mercadillo' quarter, turns it into a magic place. Both parts of town are connected by an 18th century bridge where you can look down to the river 100 meters below. Once captured by the Romans, later on transformed to a Moorish bastion and finally conquered by the Christians, the city is full of remains of this rich and turbulent history. This is revealed by numerous monuments and historical buildings worth visiting. Ronda, birthplace of the legendary Romero bullfighters family, played a leading part in the development of bullfighting. The bullring, built in 1781, is one of the oldest and most important of Spain and its museum reveals an outstanding collection. Besides all this, the town is surrounded by unspoiled villages, impressive mountains and nature parks like the 'Sierra de las Nieves', 'Sierra de Grazalema' and 'Los Alcornocales', offering a diversity of stunning landscapes, wildlife, walks and activities. At only 45 minutes from the 'Costa del Sol' and 1 hour and a half from Malaga Airport, right in between Sevilla and Granada and nearby Cadiz, Jerez and Marbella, Ronda is the ideal home base to make day trips and to explore the rest of Andalusia.

Take note of some artists' opinions :

Ernest Hemingway suggested Ronda to be the best place "to spend your honeymoon or to see a bullfight for the first time". Rilke called Ronda "the dreamt city", gathering all the things he wished for. And Orson Welles even loved this town so much that he chose it to be his final destination. His ashes were finally scattered in Ronda on the ranch of his friend, the famous bullfighter Antonio Ordoñez.