Lonely Planet review
A block from the beach, the Toledo offers low prices for those who don’t need many creature comforts. The rooms have either tile floors or worn green carpeting, and range from small to large (the best are spacious with tall ceilings). The overall look is dated, but it’s a fair value.
Our independent authors have visited Hotel Toledo and selected this as one of our recommended hotels in Rio de Janeiro City.
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