Toledo Spain Places to Stay: A Helpful Illustrated Guide

The best way to experience the city of Toledo Spain is to stay the night. From five star hotels to budget-friendly hostels, you will find accommodation to fit your needs as well as to suit your budget.

Hotels Located Inside the City Walls

Hotel San Juan de los Reyes

Located in the center of Toledo, in the old quarter, Judería Mayor, next to the Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes at Calle Reyes Católicos, 5, this 19th-century offers, comfortable rooms, including a family room, 24-hour reception and private parking (18,50€/day) and is only a few minutes walk from the Museo el Greco. The top-rated restaurant, La Fábrica de Harinas, offers traditional cuisine. Tel: (+34) 925 283 535

Hotel Santa Isabel

This 42-room inn is a very affordable budget option located on a quiet side street in the center of the historic quarter at Calle Santa Isabel, 24, close to the Cathedral. A former noble house, it’s housed in a 15th-century building with roof terrace boasting a lovely panoramic view. Some of the superior double rooms and balconies and some of the rooms are large enough to accommodate a family of four. The simply decorated rooms come equipped with A/C, TV and en-suite bathrooms with shower. There is an elevator, complimentary Wi-Fi in the lobby and 24-hour reception. Tel: (+34) 925 253 136

Hotels Located Outside the City Walls

Hotels with parking

5 star Hotels

Hotels with a swimming pool

Boutique Hotels

Budget friendly

Hotel la Bastida

If you are on a budget and thinking about staying overnight in Toledo, and would like to spend as little as possible but still stay in a great hotel, then you should consider a stopover at Hotel la Bastida

Where is the Hotel la Bastida located?

This is a modern hotel located in a small residential area outside the city walls. It is on the side of town closet to the Jewish Quarter.

How do you get from this hotel to the historic city center?

If you would like to walk and see some local sights it only takes 30 minutes to walk to the Puerta del Cambron, which leads you into the Jewish Quarter.