We were on a road trip through Andalucia and decided to make Toledo our first stop after getting off an overnight flight from the U.S. Made the mistake of renting a car through AutoEurope and unless you enjoy reading fine print I would advise staying away from them. their rates only look cheap on the surface.
We wanted something that was close to the sights of Toledo without having to drive through its narrow streets, that had public transport to get us into the heart of the city and had access to easy parking.. On that score Reyna was perfect. It is relatively easy to find and was the perfect jump off point for our onward trip to Granada since it didn't really require us to fight traffic to get out of the city. There is a bus every 20 minutes (I believe) that starts right outside the front door of the hotel and will take you right into the heart of Toledo. The hotel has underground parking although we didn't need to use it since we found street parking right outside the hotel and were able to save ourselves the hotel parking charges.
The hotel is simple, the rooms are clean and the breakfast which was included in the room charge was good. WiFi is available in the area around the front desk but spotty in the upstairs rooms. The hotel has one major drawback - there is no place near it to eat that doesn't require a climb back up the hill to the center of Toledo. The climb back up the hill is very steep albeit short.