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Hotel Abacería

Camino Pontezuelas, 8, Toledo 45004 , Toledo (Spain)

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Hotel description

On the other side of the river, with incredible views of the historic center of the city of Toledo, and surrounded by nature and tranquility, the Hotel Abaceria is located, a three-star hotel equipped with many services to ensure the best stay to its customers. The first thing to emphasize inside the hotel is its fabulous restaurant with terrace, from where you can enjoy the gastronomy of the place with the best views of the city. The hotel also has a pool for the hot months and an outdoor cafeteria. Its 24-hour reception serves as a starting point for excursions into the surroundings, as well as for the city of Toledo itself, declared a World Heritage Site. In addition, from the same reception you can ask for other services, such as the service for renting meeting rooms or the cradle services, working the same 24 hours a day. The rooms stand out for their amplitude and for having a great luminosity, counting all of them with all the complements for the bathroom, a desk, air conditioning and a professional room cleaning service.

Many of the 40 rooms available at the hotel have their own balcony with views of the city. These are divided into standart, doubles and single rooms. In all of them we find a complete bathroom, with all the necessary complements, air conditioning, wireless internet connection or a professional professional cleaning service.

The three-star hotel has multiple services for its clients. Those traveling on business can enjoy meeting rooms or areas for hotel work. Tourists can also opt for the restaurant, where events can be organized. Its 24-hour reception also serves as the hotel's entrance and presentation door.

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Camino Pontezuelas, 8, Toledo 45004 , Toledo (Spain). The urbanization Los Cigarrales is located on one of the hillsides of the mountains that surround the city, offering impressive views of it. To access it there is a path that communicates both places in less than 20 minutes on foot. The city is one of the best examples of what the medieval era meant in the Iberian Peninsula, with the cathedral being its most recognizable monument, without neglecting the rest of the places of interest. Through the center you can enjoy Castilian restaurants as well as a shopping area, highlighting the shops specializing in wrought iron.

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