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What We Love

  • Spacious bedrooms with floor-to-ceiling windows
  • Indoor pool and hydrotherapy circuit in the spa
  • Quixote Toledo Restaurant – first-class food inspired by the Castilla–La Mancha area’s proud culinary heritage

What To Know

  • It’s a drive into town, but the hotel has a shuttle service
  • The Tajo River Club is closed from October to March
  • Some rooms do not have views of the old town
  • Spa treatments are not included and can be pricey
  • Stunning views of old Toledo at sunset
  • Breakfasts are adequate buffet affairs


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap Accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Spa
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The Review

Less than an hour from Madrid, and just five minutes from the historic city of Toledo, the Hilton Buenavista Toledo has a refined and classic air. Its modern building intelligently incorporates details of the original 16th-century palace and an elaborate vaulted, Victorian-inspired glass roof is the centerpiece of the lobby. Mahogany and cherrywood vintage furniture, acres of marble flooring and a collection of fine prints and wall hangings only add to the timeless feel in public spaces.

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The Quixote Toledo Restaurant serves hearty fare inspired by the surrounding plains and hunting lodges of Castilla–La Mancha. You’ll find it hard to leave, but when you do retire after dinner, a spacious modern bedroom awaits you. The large flat-screen TVs are discreetly stowed away in dark wood cabinets, and the black-and-white Art Deco bathrooms, elegant repro lamps and minimalist slate-gray armchairs all combine to produce a cool yet familiar air in rooms that are flooded with natural light.

But decor aside, this hotel is all about the buena vista (most of the rooms have one). Just one glance out the window and you’ll realize you’re staying in a postcard-perfect setting.

How to Get There

Eurostars Palacio Buenavista
Concilios de Toledo, 1
Toledo, 45005 Spain


Wonderful, modern, clean and well maintained hotel

This is a very fine hotel, with spacious rooms, some with world class views. Everything about this hotel speaks of attention to detail. The breakfast is excellent, and the restaurant quite good as well. Upgrade to one of the larger rooms...you'll be amazed about how spacious they are. I highly recommend this place...you will find it most accommodating.

5 star experience

- close enough to get to the old town without much effort and far enough to enjoy the tranquility in the nature
- stunning view of old town from certain rooms like a postcard picture
- the restaurant/cafe area looks very special with a colourful ceiling from glass
- swimming pool with all necessary services
- fein breakfast without mass food quality instead of quantity
- the room was unfortunately not ready at 14:45 as we checked in (starting officially from 14:00)
- the gym needs more up to date equipments as a 5 star hotel, the air was very bed and it’s hot despite of the AC

Not really five star
Callie C

Not the cleanest (see pictures) definitely not five star although they are very proud of it they even have it written on the arrows on the road leading up to the hotel which is embarrassing for them. Also after three weeks of road tripping around Spain this was the FIRST hotel where English was not spoken by the employees (except for the women at reception, they were nice and spoke well).