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Hotel Boutique Adolfo
Hotel Boutique Adolfo
9.1 Excellent
Plaza de Zocodover, 14, Toledo, Toledo, Spain
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0.1 mi from city centre, Toledo 
ExcellentBased on 528 reviews

Centrally situated, Hotel Boutique Adolfo offers easy access to Toledo's popular tourist attractions. It also provides free Wi-Fi and luggage storage.

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Cheapest month:March
Most expensive month:June
Average price in Toledo:$96/night
Absolute cheapest price found:$14/night
Cheapest day:Sunday
Most expensive day:Saturday
$54 - $188
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
$69 - $160
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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About Toledo

Dubbed the “City of Three Cultures” due to its presence of Christian, Arab and Jewish residents, the ancient city of Toledo clusters on a hill above the plains of Castilla-La Mancha. Its historic walled centre is like an open-air museum, packed with churches, fortresses, mosques and synagogues that reflect diverse architectural styles and seeing it designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

The Plaza de Zocodover is the heart of historic Toledo and a lively meeting place flanked by elegant buildings, and from here narrow streets radiate, lined with architecture that reflects the city’s religious tolerance throughout the centuries. Of particular note are the synagogues of Santa María la Blanca and El Tránsito, with the latter home to a magnificent coffered ceiling and richly adorned walls, while one of the city most impressive buildings is the 10th century Mosque of Cristo de la Luz with its Romanesque-Mudejar sanctuary. The churches of San Sebastián and Santa Eulalia illustrate the richly-adorned architectural style of the Mozarabs, while the Santiago del Arrabal was built on the site of an old mosque, with towers that resemble minarets. Toledo’s most famous resident is undoubtedly El Greco, with a collection of his most outstanding works on display in the museum at his former house. Art lovers shouldn’t miss a visit to the Cathedral, as it is not only considered a high point of Gothic art, but also contains an impressive collection of works by Goya, Lucas Jordán and Van Dyck.

From Madrid, it’s just 30 minutes by high-speed train to get to Toledo, or there are designated bus services that will pick visitors up directly from a hotel for day trips into the historic city. The narrow, winding streets of Toledo are best explored on foot, with at least a half day needed to soak up the sights.

Although a settlement has existed at Toledo since the Bronze Age, it was Alfonso VI who created laws in the early-11th century that allowed for the coexistence of Christian Castilians, Mozarabs and Jews. While the city served as the capital of the Spanish Empire from the 6th century, it largely fell into decline after it was moved to Madrid in 1561.

Toledo travel FAQs

  • What are the best hotels in Toledo?

    Toledo is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Eugenia de Montijo Autograph Collection, which has a current rating of 8.9. For other potential stays, consider Hotel Sercotel Alfonso VI and Eurostars Palacio Buenavista, which can also be great places to stay in Toledo.

  • What is a good hotel near Plaza de Zocodover?

    Eugenia de Montijo Autograph Collection is a good hotel close to Plaza de Zocodover - it has scored 8.9 over 1,401 reviews from HotelsCombined users.

  • What is a good hotel in Toledo near Cristo de la Luz?

    The most popular hotel near Cristo de la Luz is Eugenia de Montijo Autograph Collection, with 1,401 HotelsCombined users scoring it 8.9/10.

  • Is there a good hotel near Toledo Cathedral?

    1,401 HotelsCombined reviews of Eugenia de Montijo Autograph Collection score it 8.9/10, making it a highly recommended hotel near Toledo Cathedral.

  • How much do hotels in Toledo cost?

    $164/night is the average price of a hotel in Toledo, based on HotelsCombined searches over the last 3 days. For 4-star hotels in Toledo, the average price found is $109/night, and for 5-star hotels the average price is $151/night.

  • How much is a cheap hotel in Toledo?

    HotelsCombined searches in the last 3 days suggest cheap Toledo hotels have prices starting from as low as $16/night, depending on the popularity of your requested dates.

  • What are the best hotels on Posada de Peregrinos in Toledo?

    You can find cheap hotels in Toledo on Posada de Peregrinos if you’re looking for budget accommodation. The Posada de Peregrinos Hotel is an option you can choose in this area that offers easy access to the area’s hot spots. This rustic guest house offers an ideal base for guests who look to explore local vineyards . While staying at Posada de Peregrinos, you can access various facilities, including a tour desk. Guests are treated to different services, like daily housekeeping and key access. Although this is among cheap hotels in Toledo, the room is furnished with different amenities such as non-feather pillows and TV.

  • Are there kid friendly hotels in Toledo?

    While looking for hotels that are family friendly in Toledo, you should consider different amenities, including proximity to things your kids can enjoy. The Yit Puerta Bisagra is one of kid friendly hotels in Toledo you can book if you want to explore nearby attractions with your kids. It’s near Puerta de Bisagra, a city gate of Toledo, whose structure was built in the 10th century. It’s an ideal spot if you’re planning a family vacation in Spain. Also, the hotel sits in the heart of Toledo, giving you access to local vineyards and an opportunity to explore different spots within the city for shopping and fun. You’ll find a range of facilities at Yit Puerta Bisagra, such as luggage storage, a tour desk, and a terrace you can use to relax in sunny weather if you love the outdoors. After sightseeing with your family throughout the day, you can unwind in air-conditioned rooms, which feature an in-room closet, private bathroom, and flat-screen TV. Other on-site options include a restaurant, an ideal place for family dinner. For comfortable accommodation, you get daily housekeeping and wake-up service.

  • How do I find a peaceful and quiet hotel in Toledo?

    Booking hotels in quiet neighborhoods in Toledo is easy, and this allows you to find Toledo hotels that are quiet and peaceful. Apartamentos La Casa Del Grial is in a quiet neighborhood, giving you a peaceful place to stay in Toledo. It includes a patio and is located near the Toledo Cathedral. The beautiful architectural design features stone walls and wooden beams. There’s a seating section equipped with a TV for when you want to relax and catch up with your favorite shows. Also, you get a dining area and a kitchen equipped with an oven, dishwasher, and microwave. For your laundry, there’s a washing machine, and the room comes fitted with a shower, free toiletries, and a hairdryer. If you want to dine, there are different restaurants, bars, and shops near the property. Besides, you can access the El Greco Museum, which highlights the works of mannerist painter El Greco.

  • What neighborhood in Toledo has the best restaurants?

    Toledo is a beautiful city located near Madrid. When you book hotels in Toledo, you could also explore the list of top restaurants in the area. If you’re on Ronda Buenavista, you can explore Restaurante Tobiko. In Japanese, Tobiko means flying fish roe, often used in making sushi. The restaurant has presented itself as the place for modern European cuisine with a mixture of outside influences and Spanish cuisine. The menu changes frequently to accommodate fresh, seasonal ingredients. You could also check out Clandestina De Las Tendillas on Calle Tendillas, a modern option that offers different spaces where guests can enjoy their meals. It highlights a tavern area, a garden, vaulted cave, and the main dining area. The restaurant uses locally-sourced ingredients for dishes like the boneless suckling pig, ravioli, and deer meatballs and croquettes.