The Toledo Imperial is situated at the top end of the city, next to the Alcázar. It would not be a place recommendable for those with mobility problems. Arriving with a car is somewhat difficult, as the area is pedestrianised. The hotel does have an arrangement with a local car park for car parking at a reasonable rate.
On arrival the staff were pleasant, and efficiently welcomed us. The rooms were a little spartan, and were comfortable enough, but without any extras. One rather disconcerting thing was that the bathroom's wall which adjoined the bathroom of the next door room was paper thin, and did not allow for much privacy. I could hear everything going on in the next door bathroom!
On leaving the hotel, the receptionist tried to put pressure on me to use cash to pay rather than a credit card. I held out and was able to use the card, arguing that if I went to get cash from the cash point I would have to pay commission. She argued that the hotel would also have to pay commission for my payment on credit card.
As it was low season, I had got a good rate, but noticed that there was no reduction for single occupancy.More
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