Fodor's Expert Review Alavera de los Baños

Calle San Miguel s/n, Ronda, Andalusia, 29400, Spain

Fittingly, given its location next to the Moorish baths, this small, German-run hotel–-which was used as a backdrop for the film classic Carmen–-has an Arab theme throughout. Terra-cotta tiles, graceful arches, and pastel-color washes on the walls set the scene, and the two rooms on the first floor, which have their own terraces and open onto the split-level garden and pool, are well worth the extra €10. Breakfast comes with homemade jams and breads, plus local cheeses.

PROS

  • very atmospheric and historic
  • owners speak several languages
  • atmospheric and historic
  • first-floor rooms have their own terraces

CONS

  • rooms vary in size
  • steep climb into town
  • small bathrooms

QUICK FACTS

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HOTEL INFO

Phones: 952-879143

HOTEL DETAILS

11 rooms
Rate Includes: Closed Dec.–mid-Feb.

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