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Parador Toledo

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Manor house converted into a four star luxury hotel with views over Toledo

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The Toledo Parador has an excellent view over the city of Toledo from its hilltop position on Cerro del Emperador (The Emperor's Hill).
Swimming pool - Hotel Parador de Toledo
The view from the Parador includes the river below, the old arab fortress and the cathedral of Toledo.

The cathedral is said to be the richest in Spain and has in its possession several paintings by Rubens, Bellini, Titian and El Greco.

Another of the treasures of the cathedral is the giant gold monstrance which weighs almost half a ton. It is said to contain the first gold brought back from the Americas by Columbus. The cathedral also has two illustrated thirteenth century bibles which are worth seeing.

El Greco's most famous painting is in the church of Santo Tome. Its title is 'The Burial of Count Orgaz". The name of the Parador is in recognition of this famous painting.

The interior of the Parador of Toledo is spacious and has luxury furnishing with comfortable furniture and wooden beams, staircases and banisters.

The Arab influence of the area is reflected in the Parador by the rugs, copper ware and decorative tiles.
Toledo Parador - interior
Some of the bedrooms have balconies and many look out over the city of Toledo in the valley below.

There are sun loungers and umbrellas surrounding the outside swimming pool from where there are extensive views,

The restaurant serves international and local dishes There is also a special gluten free menu

Typical dishes from Castile and La Mancha regions that are recommended include
"Perdiz a la toledana" which is partridge stewed in a casserole;
"Tortilla a la magra" being a ham omelette;
"Duelos y quebrantos" which is another egg based dish;
"Berenjenas rellenas", avocado stuffed with meat
The local sweet is:
"Ponche toledano", made with marzipan, a food introduced by the Moors.

There are many activities available in the area which include hang gliding, climbing, walking in the Toledo mountains and going by bicycle or jeep tours.Bedroom at Parador de Toledo

Within the streets of Toledo there are many small shops. The town is famed for the articles produced in steel. In previous generations the main trade was in swords but the craftsmen now are producing ornate scissors, jewellery etc.

This Parador has fifty six twin bedded rooms, fourteen rooms with a double bed, three single rooms, three suites and two easy access rooms.

All the rooms have a private bathroom. They all have a telephone, satellite television, TV canal plus and mini bar.

The Parador Toledo has air conditioning and central heating, currency exchange, lift, parking facilities (without security and limited places), satellite television, free wireless internet, a seasonal swimming pool, gift shop, restaurant and bar. Facilities are available for business meetings.

Distance from the nearest airport is approximately 100 kms and the nearest train station is 4 kms away.

Pets are not allowed in the Parador.

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RACK RATES
2015
Rates in Euros
Standard Superior w/ Double Bed Superior w/ facilities for disabled persons Junior Suite
Jan and Feb
Nov and Dec
169194.3194.3253.5
March to October180207207270
Breakfast 18 per person per day                 Lunch or Dinner 33 per person per day

Rates are per day, per room, for 1 or 2 persons and include tax
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Golden Days 10% discount on accommodation and 30% discount on breakfast for guests aged 55 years or more
Young Persons 15% discount on accommodation and 30% discount on breakfast for guests aged between 18 and 30 years old
5 Night Card Discounted rates for 5 nights in a standard room inc. breakfast
2 Night Special 15% discount on accommodation and 20% discount on half board for 2 nights stays in the same Parador

 

Directions
Parador Toledo
Cerro del Emperador, s/n
45002 Toledo, Toledo
Latitude: 39 50' 54.7074" N (39.848727613419705)
Longitude: 4 1' 23.5554" W (-4.023034572601318)
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Guests' Comments
Comment posted by Joan Tarka
2015-07-18 01:11:02
We stayed at the Parador in April during a 3 week trip to Spain and Portugal. Make sure to book a room with a view of the city. It is well worth it. The hotel dining room was fantastic and included a musical performance the night we ate there. The room and staff were all top notch. The center of Toledo was easily accessed via car.
Comment posted by Clare Ray
2015-07-16 18:56:56
We stayed here over the Easter weekend. It is the perfect location looking over the Toledo hills. The view from our spacious and comfortable bedroom was spectacular. We enjoyed relaxing in the bar before and after experiencing the lively City. The staff were very friendly and accommodating. We have many fond memories and hope to be able to return. Highly recommended
Comment posted by YOUNGNIM AUM
2015-01-26 15:58:07
hello I was very happy to stay in parador with a fantastic views. I stayed there on 20th January with my sisters from South Korea.
Comment posted by Frank Herrera
2014-10-19 21:51:43
The parador is lovely, and the view from the terrace is grand. We had a suite with a private terrace that was very nice, although it was not clear whether the pool was open. Some of the food selections in the restaurant were a little disappointing, especially the bread, which we always have enjoyed in Spain. Getting to Toledo was expensive. It costs more to call a cab, and we found later there is a stand outside the hotel. It would be nice to have a shuttle or at least a cab stand at the hotel. thevstaff were extremely cordial and helpful, and we would stay here again, probably renting a car.
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