Opened in May 2003, this charming 4 star hotel is situated in what was the old San Jose flourmill in the centre of Toledo. Classified as a protected building and a cultural heritage site, it has a neo-mudejar facade from the 19th century.
The precise location of the hotel is in the Old Jewish quarter of Toledo, which has lovely views of the surrounding Toledo countryside. It is conveniently located for everything one would want to see in Toledo, and has secure parking.
The building has been tastefully restored and behind the historic facade is a modern, comfortable hotel with well equipped bedrooms, fully fitted bathrooms and striking decor. The whirlpool baths are particularly welcome after a day spent walking around the ancient monuments and galleries of the city. The hotel staff are enthusiastic and friendly and while the only meal served here is breakfast, nearby are many restaurants and bars.
Additional bedroom facilities include internet access, safety deposit box, cable T.V., minibar and the hotel is air conditioned throughout.
The most important monuments close to this establishment are: Monastery San Juan de los Reyes, Santa Maria la Blanca Synagogue, Victorio Macho Museum, El Greco´s House, Santo Tome church and the Transito Synagogue.
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The city of Toledo is the capital of the province of the same name, and is also the capital of the Autonomous Community called Castilla-La Mancha. The city is located at 529 metres above sea level, in the Castillian meseta (plateau), practically in the centre of the Iberian peninsula. and just 70 kilometers (43 miles) south of Madrid on the N-401 highway.
The historic city centre sits on a craggy rock, which is almost completely encircled by a wide meander of the Tagus river, called the Tajo in Spanish. The Roman historian Tito Livio mentioned the city of Toletum, a term whose origin would be Tollitum, meaning "raised aloft". The city's historic centre is one of the largest in Spain, and has more than 100 monuments.
In December 1987, the UNESCO declared Toledo a World Heritage city in recognition of its uniqueness. This is due as much as anything to its special history, since in the past the city was host to Christian, Islamic and Hebrew culture and the architecture of the city relects this - being almost impossible to walk its streets without coming across an ancient mosque, a Gothic or Mudejar church, a Romanesque or Visigothic structure, a synagogue, or a Renaissance palace.
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