A comfortable and welcoming 4-Star hotel in Toledo located right next to the El Greco Museum in the historic center of the city, an area declared of tourist interest by UNESCO.

The hotel is situated in a quiet corner yet easy to access by car and within a short walk you will find the Greater Jewish Quarter, the House of El Greco and the Cathedral.

The 57 elegant rooms, some with exposed stone walls or wooden beams are decorated in a style that mixes classic and modern with all the neccesities to offer you maximum comfort after a day visiting the city.

There's a rustic-chic restaurant of some renown, a casual lounge with a bar and a chill-out patio to escape from the heat and noise of the city.


57 rooms including standard, economic and superior doubles. There are also deluxe rooms and junior suites as well as one special 'cave room' with a jacuzzi mini-spa. Triple and Quadruple rooms are also available.

All rooms have:
En-suite Bathroom
Wi-fi Internet access
Direct dial telephone
TV / radio
Tea and coffee making facilities
Centrally regulated air conditioning
Central heating
Extra bed / cot on demand
Disability-friendly bathroom on request


Hotel Features

24-hour reception
Garage parking (must be pre-booked, 24EUR / day)
Air conditioning in public areas
Hotel safe
Cloakroom & Luggage room
Terrace / patio


The hotel has a rustic-chic restaurant from the hand of Victor Sanchez Beato, winner of the prestigious Sol Repsol 2021-2022. The restaurant offers a la carte or tasting menus.

The chef's main restaurant, closely associated with the hotel, is just around the corner.

Breakfast is served in the restaurant and is an extensive buffet including many km0 (locally sourced) and home-made products.

Hotel Facilities

24 Hour Reception
Tour Booking Service
WiFi all areas
No smoking in hotel
Luggage storage
Laundry Service
Air Conditioning

Room facilities (all rooms)

En-suite bathroom
Fridge / Minibar
Tea/Coffee making facilities


Breakfast only
Bars / restaurants within walking distance of the hotel
Bar, open to the public, serving drinks and light snacks


Facilities adapted for guests with reduced mobility
Room(s) adapted for guests with reduced mobility


Public parking nearby (pay locally)


Pets allowed by prior arrangement - please consult

Toledo, Madrid and Inland Spain

Toledo sits majestically above the Tagus River and now represents one of the most visited sites in all Spain. The history of Toledo dates back to Roman occupation (Toletum) circa 192BCE. The ruins of the Roman circus are still visible just outside the walls of the city. Roman occupation was followed by Visigoth rule, Muslim rule and finally the Reconquest of Toledo in 1085. Toledo was the capital of the Spanish empire until the mid 1500’s when the royal court moved to Madrid. The winding, cobbled streets of the old town are often crowded with locals and tourists, as well as a surprisingly large number of cars and vans. Don’t miss the 13th century cathedral or the Alcázar which sits atop the town.Denoted a UNESCO heritage site in 1986, Toledo is a worthwhile day-trip from Madrid. However, now as a stop on every day trip itinerary it often crowded with tourists, especially during the summer.