Weddings in Ronda – Enfrentearte Hotel

Weddings in Ronda – Enfrentearte Hotel

  Weddings in Ronda – Hotel Enfrentearte In 2018 we have several weddings planned in our Ronda hotel. It is a real pleasure for us to know people choose our hotel for such a unique occasion. The hotel lends itself for an intimate atmosphere and funky at the same time due to our open bar and open mind attitude. So , if you plan to say “yes I do” one day, you know where to find us.   Weddings in Ronda “Great little artsy hotel in the old city with lots of nooks for relaxation, small pool, 24/7 self serve open bar and breakfast included. Located in the heart of the  Old […]

Travel in Spain – Madonna Writhed Here

Travel in Spain – Madonna Writhed Here

Travel in Spain Madonna Writhed Here: Travel in Spain .:One of our clients wrote a great review about his stay in our hotel in Ronda during his trip through Andalucia. He talks about the fact that Madonna stayed in our hotel during the shooting of her videoclip “Take a bow”. He furthermore mentions that also his kids really liked their Ronda accommodation while travelling in Southern Spain ; check out some of the nice pictures he has published on his travel blog.                          Travel in Spain. Travel in Spain – Madonna Writhed Here I’m staying in an idiosyncratic 12-room hotel in the […]

The Gannet in Enfrentearte

The Gannet in Enfrentearte

 The Gannet in enfrentearte – Food and travel Here we leave a fragment of our blogger about our hotel. The gannet in enfrentearte, describes our decorative style, attention, breakfast, and some of the most recondite places in EnfrenteArte.  If you want to see the full article click on the following link: The Gannet – Food and Travel Looking at the map I could see my hotel on Calle Real was walkable from the station but I wasn’t counting on having to drag my spinner across cobbles for the last section. I arrived without too much hassle though. What a hotel! I think perhaps my favourite ever!.   The Hotel EnFrente Arte www.enfrentearte.com (€80 a night  for a […]

Jim and Carol Ellis European Trip Blog

Jim and Carol Ellis European Trip Blog

  Driving to Ronda, Spain (White Hill Town) Time to say farewell to Sevilla, we have our typical egg breakfast at El Atun and leave Hotel Maestranza for the train station at noon. We find the Europcar office there and pick up our rental car. Ours is a small, two door bright blue Chevy. Via maps and GPS we drive a couple hours to Ronda in the White Hill Towns region of Spain. Surprisingly no other driver honks at me as I grind gears through the city and down the highways. It’s been a dozen years since driving a manual shift, but it comes back somewhat quickly. (Ironically after our european trip, […]

Spain with kids

Spain with kids

Traveling With Kids: An Andalusian Road Trip. In June of 2014 my family spent a month traveling through Spain and London. I’m highlighting our individual destinations, giving you tips on traveling with kids and sharing some of the best things we discovered.  We set off for Ronda and yet another beautiful drive through Andalusia. Ronda is smaller, and therefore easier to navigate than previous towns we’ve been to. We were able to check into our guesthouse, Hotel Enfrente Arte, early. If all of our hotel stays were hits, this one was a home run. Again, very reasonable, with a funky atmosphere we all loved. Our room was a 2-story suite, […]

World Harmony RUN

World Harmony RUN

Spain 14 March: Ronda – La Línea de la Concepción Happy Birthday Zoltan! The tallest member of our team turned 30 today. We are scared that if we keep feeding him he might not be able to fit into the car before we reach Morocco. We were sorry to say goodbye to the Enfrente de Arte Hotel particularly after the best breakfast we could possibly imagine. But as always we had to get a move on. This morning started with a TV interview at the Ronda Town Recreation Centre. We also met “The Road Runner Ladies of Ronda”, well that’s what we like to call them. It was great to […]

Speekee

Speekee

A brief stay in Ronda Now who wouldn’t want to visit a place like this?!You are looking up at Ronda’s famous Puente Nuevo – New Bridge. It’s hardly new given that building work commenced in 1751, but it must be compared with both the Puente Viejo (Old Bridge) constructed by the Arabs and the Puente Romano (Roman Bridge) which both predate it. All three bridges are quite spectacular in their own ways, but it’s the Puente Nuevo that gets most attention, overlooking as it does a vast canyon known as the Tajo.         Visitors to Andalusia rarely miss out on a stop in Ronda and it’s easy […]

Time Out Andalucia

Time Out Andalucia

Time Out Andalucia Owned and run by Belgian entrepreneur Filip Eyckmans, EnFrenteArte brings a new concept to the hotel industry. For millennia southern Spain has been perceived as a promised land. From Phoenician traders to Moorish invaders to today’s northern European occupiers of the Costa del Sol, this extraordinarily varied region has offered the lure of beaches and mountains, classic cities and cutesy villages, magnificent deserts, vast forests and fertile plains – and a balmy climate that is the envy of the rest of the continent. Time Out Andalucia presents the full picture of this country within a province, giving an insider’s view of its cultural and natural riches, but […]

Traveloscopy

Traveloscopy

Traveloscopy David Ellis TO ask whether the Andalusian town of Ronda in southern Spain is spectacular is somewhat akin to asking if Julia Roberts is a pretty woman. Famous 20th century Austrian poet Rainer Maria Rilke summed it up when he wrote: “I have sought everywhere the city of my dreams, and I have finally found it in Ronda. There is nothing that is more startling than this wild and mountainous city.” He wasn’t alone. Others to shout its praises have included Nobel Prize-winning author Ernest Hemmingway and Hollywood legend Orson Welles. Both loved the town for its uniqueness – and for its bullfighting tradition, the local bullring being Spain’s […]

Tommy eats

Tommy eats

Tommy eats Hotels aren’t normally my thing, and I tend to stay in hotels that are functional, clean, well-situated in the town, and somewhat reasonably priced.  That is to say, I don’t put much thought into them, and I don’t usually remember much about them.  And I certainly don’t stay at B&Bs, mostly because I have no interest in eating breakfast with strangers (and they don’t want to eat breakfast with me…don’t catch me before 11 am because I’m more of a bear than usual). Checking into this small, funky, 14 room hotel, you’ll find yourself standing at the front of a car hood. The car, you see, is in […]