Booking on our website has many advantages

Hotel San Juan de los Reyes

Quiet rooms

You won’t find a hotel in the centre of Toledo where you will sleep better than in one of our 38 rooms.

Spacious, renovated and equipped with a whirlpool bath or a jacuzzi, everything you need for a memorable stay.

See rooms

Hotel in the centre of Toledo

The hotel is located on Calle Reyes Católicos, in Toledo’s Jewish Quarter, neighbouring the impressive Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes, the city’s two synagogues and the El Greco Museum.

Drive your car to the hotel, park it in our private parking and explore the city centre on foot: the Cathedral, the Alcázar, the Mosque of Cristo de la Luz and the Church of Santo Tomé are all just a few steps away from our doorstep.

See location
Hotel San Juan de los Reyes
Hotel San Juan de los Reyes

Restaurant La Fábrica de Harinas

Two set menus and an à la carte menu featuring traditional local recipes with a modern twist are on offer year-round to diners, both guests of the hotel and residents of Toledo.

Restaurant La Fábrica de Harinas

Hold your professional event and do business in Toledo

The function rooms at our hotel in Toledo are named after the Catholic Monarchs, Isabel and Fernando. Keep them in mind if you’re organising a meeting, convention, presentation, conference, coffee break or business lunch/dinner.

Events in Toledo
Hotel San Juan de los Reyes

What do our hotel guests think?

Read reviews

4 reasons for choosing our hotel in the centre of Toledo

Location

In the oldest neighbourhood in the centre of Toledo. You can visit the Cathedral, churches, monasteries and synagogues on foot from the hotel.

Spacious, renovated rooms

With a whirlpool bath or jacuzzi. After a day of leisure or work in the city, having a bathtub in your room is priceless.

Relax like never before

Despite being in the centre of the city, the Jewish Quarter is a very peaceful neighbourhood. You will sleep like a baby.

Free history tour of Toledo

We organise tours around Toledo on Fridays and Saturdays with an official city guide who will tell you everything about this thousand-year old city, known today as the “City of Three Cultures”.