Hostals and Hostels in Ronda
You don't need to have a huge budget to find a charming, comfortable hostal to stay in Ronda. The town has a number of well-priced, friendly hotels with modern facilities such as free WIFI, often with pretty patios or outdoor terraces where you can enjoy a drink or even have your breakfast as you enjoy the spectacular views.
In addition, most of these moderate hotels are conveniently located for Ronda's historic centre, where the main visitor attractions are located, taking you on a journey back through the centuries and cultures: the bullring, the Tajo Gorge and the various bridges, and the Arab baths.
Located on Ronda’s ancient city walls, Casita Ronda’s suite has a private hot tub overlooking the Sierra de las Nieves Mountains. It also has a flat-screen TV and DVD player.
Located around 10 minutes’ walk from Ronda city centre, train and bus stations, Albergue Municipal de Ronda offers simple rooms with free Wi-Fi. It includes a lounge area and garden terrace.
Set in a quiet part of Ronda, only 5 minutes’ walk from the historic centre, Hotel Andalucia offers free Wi-Fi and a cafeteria with an outdoor terrace.
Hostals and Hostels definition
A HOSTAL (also know as a guest house) provides basic accommodation at a reasonable price and a private room. These are common in Spain and not hard to find, with many occupying a floor of an apartment block as opposed to a stand alone building. Rooms don't all come with en-suite facilities, however guests will usually have the option of this.
A HOSTEL in Spain is that which you would expect to find in most parts of the world - the opportunity to stay in shared dorms at a low price. These are often social hubs among travelers, with common rooms and, at times, cheap bars making them excellent places to meet new people or find another travel companion. Many hostels also have private rooms available, as well as dorms.