Hotels in Toledo

Search for Toledo Hotels

  • Pay now or later on most rooms
  • Free cancellation on most rooms
  • Price Guarantee

Best Toledo Hotels

How to Find the Best Toledo Hotels with Hotels.com

Toledo has been a settlement for over 2,000 years. It became the capital of Spain in the 16th century, before the seat of government moved to Madrid. Toledo is a fascinating city to explore. Set high above the River Tagus, it is full of narrow streets, steps and alleyways. Many buildings remain from the 16th century as well as the medieval walls and fortifications. The whole of Toledo is a monument to the golden age of Spanish architecture. The best way to start your holiday in Toledo is by wandering through the narrow streets. This will give you a feel for this intriguing city. Choose from a selection of Toledo hotels, either in the old walled city or below in the new town. Wherever you want to stay in Toledo you will find a good selection of hotels at Hotels.com. Honest reviews written by previous guests help you make an informed decision.

What's Toledo Like?

Three long escalators take you up Toledo's walls into its historic centre. Toledo Cathedral is imposing and a good place to start your visit. Look out for the Monarch's Chapel and its magnificent collection of paintings. A short stroll from the cathedral brings you to the Jesuit church of San Ildefonso. You have stunning views across the city roofs and the Tagus River from the top of its towers. Across the river you will see the Cigarrales (mansions). Once the home of Spain's aristocracy, many are now luxury Toledo hotels. The narrowest streets in Toledo are found in the Old Jewish Quarter, where you can see the beautiful filigree details of the Santa Maria la Blanca Synagogue. Here you can watch craftsman at work, creating beautiful jewellery. Throughout Toledo you will also see evidence of its long sword-making history.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Toledo

Toledo is famous for its 'Mazapan'. This almond paste is typically glazed and often worked into figures and different shapes. Buy your Mazapan, as the locals do, from one of the enclosed convents and make your purchase through little windows. The people of Toledo enjoy their hearty food. At lunch time, try some chickpea stew or pork braised with tomatoes. Game dishes of venison and partridge are also very popular. At Hotels.com you can see multiple photos of both the city and hotel rooms. Maps pinpointing the exact location of Toledo hotels help you choose the perfect accommodation. Stay right near the attractions you want to visit. Hotels.com partners with hotels across the city, providing you with lots of good value accommodation to choose from.