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Parador De Cuenca
This majestic former convent commands stunning views of the casas colgadas. The revamped rooms have a luxury corporate feel, while the public areas are headily historic with giant tapestries and antiques.
Hotel Convento Del Giraldo
Just above the cathedral, this conversion of a 17th-century convent wins points for location and style, though there aren't too many original features left...
Cigarral De Caravantes
A pleasant alternative to staying in the centre of Toledo is to be located out here, on the road across the Tajo, where you can enjoy the sublime views of the city without the lack of space and parking...
Silken Alfonso X
This is an upmarket place where old facade meets renovated interior with success. The modern carpeted rooms come with all the swish trimmings, plus glossy marble bathrooms. The restaurant has a reasonable €15 midweek menú (set meal). Parking costs €12...
Hotel Altozano has an ace location on a pretty main square...
Hotel Retiro Del Maestre
Enjoy cosseted treatment and style without the hurly-burly of a big hotel. The rooms here are spacious and washed in warm yellow and blue; go for those on the upper floor with private balconies...
La Posada De Manolo
This memorable hotel has themed each floor with furnishings and decor reflecting one of the three cultures of Toledo: Christian, Islamic and Jewish. There are stunning views of the old town and cathedral from the terrace.
Hotel Leonor De Aquitania
In an 18th-century house, this is a well-aged classic in the old town with an excellent restaurant.
Hotel El Doncel
With earthy colours, lots of exposed stone, spot lighting, minibars, and marshmallow-soft duvets and pillows, this place is aimed squarely at couples on a romantic weekend away from Madrid...
Hospederia Porta Coeli
Housed in a sumptuous historic building, the university-owned Porta Coeli has light tiles and pale paintwork that provide a bright, fresh look to the good-sized bedrooms...
Hostal Puerta Medina
Tucked away in a noble 18th-century building a block downhill from the cathedral, this hostal offers a genuine welcome and bright, spacious, quiet rooms with plenty of original character...
With a cracking location just below the cathedral, this has comfortable, unadventurous modern rooms in a handsome old building set around a patio. Service is helpful, and prices lower substantially midweek...
Parador De Siguenza
Sigüenza's luxurious parador is set in the castle, which dates back to the 12th century, and overlooks the town. The magnificent courtyard is a wonderful place to pass the time...
Parador De Almagro
A sumptuous ivy-clad former convent in a quiet corner of Almagro, this parador has a luxurious, old-world charm, despite the mildly incongruous, brightly coloured beams in the rooms.
Hostal Santo Tomé
This friendly and good-value hostal (budget hotel), run out of the souvenir shop downstairs, has larger-than-most rooms with light wood floors and furniture, plus bathrooms with five-star attitude, offering extras like shoe polish and hairdryers...
Hospedería De Cuenca
This former aristocratic historic home has been aesthetically reformed with a sumptuous colour scheme, with dark burgundies and peacock blues, that creates the ideal backdrop for the traditional furnishings, including four-poster beds, original etchin...
This upbeat and welcoming hostal in the new town has spacious rooms and a warm colour scheme.
Hostal Alfonso Xii
In a great location in the Judería , this quality hostal (budget hotel) occupies an 18th-century Toledo house, meaning twisty passages and stairs, and compact rooms in curious places. It's got plenty of charm.
Hospederia Casa De La Torrecilla
Campo de Criptana
The lovely Hospedería Casa de la Torrecilla has a vividly patterned and tiled interior patio. Housed in an early-20th-century nobleman’s house, the rooms have parquet floors and are spacious and atmospheric.
Hostal San Pedro
In this excellently priced and positioned hostal , rooms have butter-coloured paintwork, wrought-iron bedheads and rustic wood furniture, and the bathrooms are shiny and modern. The owners live elsewhere, so call first.
Ch Victoria Alojamientos
Blurring the lines between hostal and hotel, the rooms at this excellent new town place offer every comfort, with stylish decoration, modern bathrooms, firm mattresses and plenty of thoughtful extras.
This is a cheap sleep in a clean and tidy pensíon in the new town. Rooms are adequate and clean, with TV and washbasin. Breakfast costs a whopping €2.