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Hotel San Juan de los Reyes

Toledo at your feet

We’re in the heart of the old town

At number 5, Calle de los Reyes Católicos, inside the old walled city of Toledo, stands a charming Neo-Mudéjar-style building that dates back to the 19th century and has been declared a site of Cultural Interest.

Hotel San Juan de los Reyes**** is the point of reference for travellers who want to sleep in the historic centre of the city and get to know it from the inside. Every time you turn a corner you’ll be surprised by a synagogue, a mosque or an ancient church.

Hotel San Juan de los Reyes****

C/ Reyes Católicos, 5, 45002, Toledo, España

How will you come to the hotel?

Travel time from Madrid is less than one hour and cars are allowed to drive around the old town. You can drive up to the hotel and park in our private garage for the cost of 18.50€/night.

Toledo has an AVE train station. The journey time from Madrid is only half an hour, and from the train station you can take a taxi or a bus to the hotel. Bus line L12 will bring you directly to the hotel’s doorstep. The distance is 3 km.

Toledo has bus connections with all of Spain’s primary cities. The main bus station is 2 km away from the hotel. From the bus station, you can take a taxi or urban bus line L12 to the hotel.

Toledo doesn’t have an airport, but Madrid-Barajas Adolfo Suárez Airport is only 93 km away. Travel time from the airport to the hotel by car is approximately an hour and a half.

A city with a unique identity

Hotel San Juan de los Reyes

Hotel San Juan de los Reyes**** is located between the Santa María la Blanca and the El Tránsito synagogues, opposite the Sefardí Museum and just a few steps away from the El Greco Museum. At the end of the same street stands the most representative example of Isabelline Gothic architecture: the Monastery of San Juan de los Reyes (the hotel’s namesake), built on Isabel I’s request in the 15th century. In addition, the Cathedral of Toledo is just ten minutes’ stroll from our door.

Hotel San Juan de los Reyes

Yes, we just mixed churches and synagogues in the same paragraph. But we didn’t mention the mosques, which also exist in the city.

It seems madness, but it’s not.

Toledo is known as the “City of Three Cultures” owing to the three cultural strata it has inherited over the course of its history from the Christian, Jewish and Muslim populations.

The best way to understand it is to come and see it for yourself.

On holiday in Toledo