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Casa de Cisneros 10 rooms from $49Toledo
A traditional hostel close to the Cathedral. Cosy rooms and triple rooms have exposed brick, wooden beams and antique style furniture. Classic regional dishes and wooden bar area. An exceptional location for exploring this UNESCO listed town. Perfect for those on a budget and groups of friends.Groups - Triple rooms are ideal for groups of friends.Value chicSights nearby - Lion's Gate entrance to Cathedral is on the doorstepFull of character
Antidoto Rooms 10 rooms from $69Toledo (Calle Recoletos, 2)
Ten stylishly decorated rooms, in a 16th century structure in the heart of Toledo's historic centre. Chic and charming, rooms blend history with modern day functionality and lovely views of the city from its private terraces. Free wifi, a coffee maker and breakfast is included.Local exploring - Located in the heart of the historical centre, a few minutes walk from the Alcazar, this place is ideal for exploring the city.City Style - In a painstakingly renovated building, the design element has been well thought out, keeping in mind the comfort levels.Value chic - Great value for money- chic modern rooms in a beautifully restored property featuring 8th-century walls.Local markets - Many restaurants, cafes and bars are located in Zocodover Square. The Arabic Market cannot be missed.
Valdepalacios 29 rooms from $250Toledo (km 9)
An idyllic country house nestled between emerald fields and lakes just outside Madrid. A state of the art spa, beautiful elegant living areas, romantic bedrooms, and excellent Catalan cuisine. A languid countryside spot for couples and spa breaks.Romantic BreakLuxurySpa breaksRomantic - Good for couples.Recommended by - Relais & Chateaux
Toledo's name resonates through Spanish history - it was once the capital, and because the name looms large, as a religious and cultural centre, the city might seem smaller than you expect. But don't be disappointed with your first impression, Toledo shouldn't be overlooked, it's home to a wealth of beautiful religious buildings - from churches, to mosques and synagogues, set around an old town ripe for discovering. Toledo can be busy with day trippers, so it's worth staying through the evening, when the city is even more magical - but don't worry, the best places to stay in Toledo are quite affordable.
Toledo's Cathedral is probably its most impressive sight - this was the historic capital of Catholic Spain, and its one of the most extravagant cathedrals n the country. The Transito Synagogue and 15th Century Franciscan monastery - controversially located in the Jewish part of town, are close rivals to the cathedral's grandeur. As is the Alcazar, rebuilt under Franco and now a military museum.
Toledo also has the remains of Roman baths, several interesting little museums, and some larger ones, and rows of plazas lined with wonderful little bars and cafes. Though a wealth of beautiful, historic treasures, Toledo is very much a living city and probably one of the very best places in the world in which to become lost.
- Casa de Cisneros is a traditional, and very reasonable, ten room hostel right by the cathedral. Rooms are cosy, and decorated with antiques, and there's a great little restaurant specialising in classic, regional dishes.
- Valdepalacios is an idyllic country house in the green fields between Madrid and Toledo. There are just 29 romantically decorated rooms, with lots of lovely communal living space and a state-of-the-art spa.
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