Ratings based on 5 Verified Reviews

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4.0 out of 5
100% of guests recommend
4.6 Room cleanliness
4.2 Service & staff
4.2 Room comfort
4.2 Hotel condition
Expedia Verified Reviews
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4 out of 5
by zona zhao from Chengdu,China

Posted Oct 27, 2014 on Hotels
5 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Charming Rural Homes near White Towns of Spain.

Posted Oct 26, 2014
Pros: The rooms are beautifully decorated, views marvelous, kitchen had everything, hotel staff wanting everything to be perfect........and it was.
Cons: This hotel is a bit isolated which to me was the charm. However, you will not walk outside and sit down in a cafe. One must drive for that.
Location: If you want to feel like you live in one of Spain's white hill towns, this if the place. Nearby are the other hill towns and Pileta Cave.
Staying in Casas Rurales was one of my most charming travel experiences. The private house was decorated in whitewashed cream furniture, had rounded soaring ceilings, walls painted a beautiful blue and cream, and reddish purple accents. I was in heaven. I had my own private patio and locking gate. The view was spectacular........hills, trees, luscious plants and blue skies. The houses are located next to the immaculate white hill town of El Gastor. There you can find restaurants, town square, lovely church, museum, and charm at every turn of the winding streets. It is also a short drive to the Pileta Cave which has Paleolithic drawings.
4 out of 5
by A verified traveler

Great place but air con not great

Posted Jul 14, 2013
Pros: Great views and lovely location miles from anywhere.
Cons: The air con wasn't working properly, so we were very hot.
Location: Although described as Ronda, this was actually 33km away, but we didn't mind as the location was remote, quiet and beautiful.
We loved this place. It was very remote and had beautiful views. The only downside was that it is 33km from Ronda and that the air con in the room didn't work very well, so we were trying to sleep in 30 degrees. Otherwise a lovely place.
3 out of 5
by Hamon

Bon séjour mais difficile d'accès et loin de tout

Posted May 7, 2012 on Hotels
Le cottage est très agréable s'il fait beau et cela a été le cas. Le personnel est agréable. Cependant, le cottage est loin de tout et accessible par un long chemin en terre qui ne doit pas être praticable en temps de pluie. Et de nuit, je pense qu'il n'est pas possible de trouver le cottage si l'on n'est pas venu auparavant (pas de route signalée, pas d'adresse - le GPS ne peu aider dans ce cas). Si l'on vient pour une seule journée (comme nous l'avons fait), cela nous a généré surtout une perte de temps. Pour une semaine, cela vaut le coup mais utiliser à fond le réfrigérateur pour éviter de se déplacer
4 out of 5
by A verified traveler from Paris

Posted Apr 27, 2011 on Hotels
Los Algarrobales n'est pas un hôtel mais un domaine où l'on peut louer des petites maisons. Nous étions dans la partie appelée "El Paraiso" : 6 petites maisons mitoyennes avec chacune une grande terrasse avec une vue magnifique sur la vallée et une piscine commune. Un site totalement enchanteur, à 3 km d'un joli petit village blanc, El Gastor. Le domaine est accessible par un chemin de terre très praticable en voiture, Los Algarrobales est un havre de paix pour se reposer autour de la piscine. Les gens sur place sont charmants et font tout pour que l'on se sente bien. Un site que je recommande pour tous ceux qui aiment les endroits isolés et calmes.