More than just a day trip from Madrid, there’s plenty to see and do in Toledo after dark and you won’t regret spending a day or two exploring this stunning Spanish city. Here are our tips if you want to stay overnight in one of the city’s great hostels.
If you’re looking for a social hostel, this is your place. Check out the lively rooftop terrace, the perfect place to relax and meet new people. Small dorms each have their own bathroom and private rooms are available, too. There’s air conditioning, wifi and a shared kitchen, all in a central location.
This quirky and friendly hostel has recently been renovated, and a lot of care has gone into making it a cosy and comfortable place to sleep and relax after a hard day’s sightseeing. Enjoy breakfast on their terrace and explore the Old Town’s streets and the famous Cathedral, just a few steps from the front door.
Art lovers will be lining up to stay at this new, simple but cool accommodation set in the building that houses El Greco’s famous work ‘The Burial of the Lord of Orgaz’. Sleep under an ornate, frescoed wall or ceiling in an incredibly tranquil atmosphere, and in the morning wake up to the Old Town of Toledo outside your door. This has to be one of the city’s best-value stays.
Despite being a hostel this property feels more like a two-star hotel, just with lower prices. With a central location in the Old Town, it’s the perfect base for exploring Toledo’s main sights, plus the hostel itself is inside a historic building with plenty of atmosphere and charm.
This casual hostel has small but modern and tastefully decorated rooms with air conditioning. There is a shared common area and kitchen and, though you may get chatting to other guests, it’s not really a party hostel. It’s easy to find, located next to ‘Puerta del Sol’, a short walk from the main sights of the historical centre of Toledo.
With a privileged location in the heart of Toledo, this popular hostel offers simple but pleasant dorm accommodation. It’s perfect for backpackers on a budget who are looking for place to sleep rather than party, though the atmosphere is quite sociable and there’s plenty of advice and help available from the owner.
Vintage décor, a pretty courtyard and roof terrace set this laid-back hostel apart, making it a really pleasant stay with breakfast included. The hostel is in a renovated red brick building in the Old Town with bags of charm and in easy reach of all the main attractions of Toledo.
If you’re looking for a room in a quiet location just a short stroll from the gates of the Old Town, try this friendly hostel with free parking, good wifi and a café-bar downstairs. Staff are helpful and speak some English.
With its central location in the middle of the historic centre of Toledo, this convenient, budget accommodation feels more like a hotel than a hostel. It has everything you need for a short stay. All rooms have wifi, air conditioning and private bathrooms and there’s a coffee shop and 24-hour reception.
Comfortable rooms at this good-value hostel have wifi and air conditioning and many of them also have charming balconies overlooking the little street below. There’s also a restaurant in the hostel. It’s in a peaceful location but with just a short distance to walk to reach the main sights of old Toledo.