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Eugenia de Montijo, Autograph Collection

Plaza del Juego de Pelota 7, 45002 Toledo Spain
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#18 of 46 hotels in Toledo
Discover luxury at Eugenia de Montijo, Autograph Collection, a 5-star hotel in historic Toledo, Spain. We offer luxury accommodations where you can explore the history and culture of our surroundings. Find us in the city centre near, in the heart of a UNESCO world heritage city.
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Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
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Free breakfast
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Paid wifi
Bar / lounge
Breakfast available
Breakfast buffet
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Non-smoking hotel
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We went to Toledo for a long weekend in March. This is called the city of the three cultures, where the three Abrahamic religions come together. Here are patent Roman, Visigoth, Muslim, Jewish and Christian vestiges. The historic city is located on the top of a mountain and is surrounded by the Tagus River, which is why it is important to stay in a central hotel to facilitate access to the main tourist attractions. This is the case of Eugenia de Montijo, a Fontecruz hotel, which was recently included in the Autograph Collection, and where we stayed for 3 nights. It is within a walking distance from the most emblematic places in the city. The hotel was an old palace that was renovated and turned into a small boutique hotel. Its entrance is as simple as any other residential building. Upon check-in we were welcomed by the front desk and given the necessary explanations. The hotel does not have its own parking or garage, which is an annoyance. There is a garage nearby that has nothing to do with the hotel, which charges about 18 euros a day, where we parked. There was no bellman nor we were escorted to the room. We were recognized as a member and offered an upgrade to a Junior Suite with limited city view (#104). The accommodation had ample space, with a unique living and sleeping area. The decor was classic, and without being too luxurious, it was in line with the palace's philosophy. The bed was an oversized king bed, very comfortable and provided an excellent quality of sleep. The AC was noisy (it didn't bother us because we didn't have to use it). Upon arrival there was a single complimentary bottle of water that was not replenished in the following days, which we found a strange thing... There was coffeemaker and complimentary coffee and tea replenished daily. The bathroom was large, had two basins, separate shower and bath, toilet and bidet in a separate compartment and had a heated towel rail. The bath amenities were adequate, although there was no mouth wash. The daily housekeeping service was good, but without the advertised turndown service... We had the buffet breakfast included in our rate. The items available were of good quality, but the offer was limited. We had dinner twice at the hotel's restaurant, Federico, where some food was good, while other just regular. The same staff took care of both Lobby Bar and restaurant, which reflected a shortage in the service delivered. We had a few cocktails in the Lobby Bar, some excellent, some not so good. The Hotel Lobby is probably the main and most noble room in the hotel with a palace-friendly and welcoming decor. It seemed that the background music was often too loud and sometimes nothing suited the style of the property. On Saturday night there was a flamenco show, which was an asset. Free WiFi was available and worked properly. As we have already mentioned, the hotel is close to everything and in addition to tourist attractions there are also cafes, bars, taperias and restaurants nearby. The hotel staff was cordial and friendly. In short, although we do not consider this a top property, it is a small boutique hotel, very convenient for anyone who wants to visit Toledo, and where we felt good.
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Very clean and nice Hotel. Size of room was good and the bathroom good equipped and equally clean. Very extensive breakfast buffet very good with warm dishes and cold ones. All kind of cakes and sweet dishes. Nice to sit in the lobby and have a coffee. Had dinner at the hotel restaurant which was very tasty. Quiet and central
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We stayed at this charming and outstanding hotel as a get away for three nights and four days! We had a one bedroom suite and it was great with the lay-out and size. The bathroom was huge and each window allowed you to look over the city and see the sites and roof tops! Everything was walkable and peaceful. The staff was outstanding and we felt like we were pampered during are whole stay. We were greeted by "Juan Diego" upon our arrival and his english and efforts were outstanding! The staff "Roberto Roman" you will find behind the bar and serviing during dinner hours was there to make sure your service was most enjoyable. In the morning there is a buffet (breakfast) which you would not want to miss since the food and personal service "Maria Jose Apecia" (superior service) was there to start your day off to a fantastic start. I would visit again, and stay here, since this hotel is one hard to beat!
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The best hotel option in Toledo. The lobby is quite chic and recently redecorated, however the rooms do not match this new aesthetic and feel a bit tired. That being said the hotel is spotless and the service was impeccable, especially Javier at the front desk! I did not find the air conditioning worked well however it was cold enough I could sleep with the windows open with earplugs. There is also no parking as advertised but a garage nearby which charges €25/day to park and has no affiliation with the hotel. Overall I would come back if I found myself in Toledo again.
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My mother and I stayed at Eugenia de Montijo as part of a mother-daughter getaway. We had a great time! The staff was friendly and approachable. Language barriers were not an issue except with the bartenders. We really enjoyed hanging out in the bar area on the comfy chairs and couches. We made an appointment a couple days ahead of time with the spa, and could not say enough good things about the spa services. The service is very private and 1:1 because the spa is not open all day. Services are only available by appointment. This means that when I booked the circuito hidrotermal, I was the only person in there using the pools and Turkish bath. It was absolutely lovely as compared to places like Aire de Sevilla where you're mixed in with dozens of other people. I particularly enjoyed the camas termales. Furthermore, the massage was absolutely amazing! My mother and I both loved our treatments. I would go back in a heartbeat. We booked the larger king bedroom and it felt a little smaller than I was expecting. But overall we really enjoyed the room. The bathroom was huge and we enjoyed looking out onto the tile rooftops of the city. The breakfast buffet was excellent. Everything from pastries to fruit to meats and cheeses and eggs. Nicely done. All in all, I would stay here again on future visits to Toledo. Everything is so walkable. The hotel is on a quiet side street close to the Jewish Quarter and main Cathedral. Tons of shops and restaurants are close by. Toledo is such a charming town and this hotel matches that charm. It is important to note that it's a small hotel. When I saw the words 'palace' I thought it would be its own stand-alone building, but it's sandwiched between other buildings as well. Regardless, it was still a very enjoyable experience. It's nice to stay in a place with history in such a historic town.
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SpainCastile-La ManchaProvince of ToledoToledo
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Frequently Asked Questions about Eugenia de Montijo, Autograph Collection
Which popular attractions are close to Eugenia de Montijo, Autograph Collection?
Nearby attractions include MQM Museo del Queso Manchego Toledo (0.2 miles), Casco Historico de Toledo (0.3 miles), and Mariano Zamorano Swords (0.07 miles).
What are some of the property amenities at Eugenia de Montijo, Autograph Collection?
Some of the more popular amenities offered include free wifi, an on-site restaurant, and a lounge.
What food & drink options are available at Eugenia de Montijo, Autograph Collection?
Guests can enjoy an on-site restaurant, a lounge, and breakfast during their stay.
Is parking available at Eugenia de Montijo, Autograph Collection?
Yes, parking is available to guests.
What are some restaurants close to Eugenia de Montijo, Autograph Collection?
Conveniently located restaurants include Taberna El Botero, Tulaytula Cafe&Restaurant, and Korokke.
Does Eugenia de Montijo, Autograph Collection have an airport shuttle?
Yes, Eugenia de Montijo, Autograph Collection offers an airport shuttle for guests. We recommend calling ahead to confirm details.
Is Eugenia de Montijo, Autograph Collection located near the city center?
Yes, it is 0.4 miles away from the center of Toledo.
Are any cleaning services offered at Eugenia de Montijo, Autograph Collection?
Yes, dry cleaning and laundry service are offered to guests.
Are there any historical sites close to Eugenia de Montijo, Autograph Collection?
Many travelers enjoy visiting El Pozo De Los Deseos (0.1 miles), Alcazar - Biblioteca de Castilla-La Mancha (0.3 miles), and Alcazar de Toledo (0.4 miles).
Is Eugenia de Montijo, Autograph Collection accessible?
Yes, it offers wheelchair access and facilities for disabled guests. For specific inquiries, we recommend calling ahead to confirm.