Hotel + Tickets to Puy du Fou Toledo

Puy du Fou Spain is a park concept that combines history and nature, fun and spectacle, stalls and workshops that will bring us closer to old customs and delicacies that are part of our past. Don't miss these offers at Puy du Fou Toledo with tickets and hotel for a unique and immersive experience.

Hotel and ticket to Puy du Fou + Sueño de Toledo

Hotel package Puy du Fou Toledo + Sueño de Toledo

Hotel and ticket to Puy du Fou + Sueño de Toledo

Hotel package Puy du Fou Toledo + Sueño de Toledo

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What you need to know before going to Puy du Fou in Toledo

Puy du Fou: a journey through the history of Spain

Puy du Fou is a new model of theme park that takes you on a journey through the history of what is now known as Spain. The Toledo Mountains are home to a haven from the past that takes us through worlds and eras that we must not forget because they shape our current culture, knowledge and traditions, from the Iberians to the Arabs. They say that it is important to know where we come from in order to know where we are going. Now it is easy and economical to go with the Puy du Fou packs with hotel and tickets.

In the Puy du Fou park, the attractions are the Alijares, which are grazing lands that have been used for centuries and where today we can interact with small flocks of sheep and donkeys; stalls and workshops where we can learn about the gastronomic traditions of the peninsula or remember the importance of the business of helmets and jewellery, leather manuscripts or learn about the role of the maravedí, with its knowledge of trade routes and maps of hidden treasures. In Puy du Fou, there are also ancient villages that will captivate you as you stroll through their streets, as if time had never gone by. There are also inns and manor houses where you can have a bite to eat, in an atmosphere that totally recreates historical moments from the past.

But the great attraction of Puy du Fou is undoubtedly the shows: there are daytime shows, immersive shows and the impressive night-time show The Dream of Toledo, in which 200 actors and actresses take us on a journey through 1,500 years of history, from the reign of Recaredo to the Navas de Tolosa, including the discovery of America and the arrival of the railway in Spain.

The best way to take this journey through history is by booking a package at Puy du Fou with tickets and hotel. It will be much cheaper than booking each product on your own and you will save time comparing prices. There are many hotels near Puy du Fou, of different categories, both in Toledo and in the surrounding area, which will provide you with the opportunity to stay until the end, until the night show. Check out the hotel plus ticket offers at Puy du Fou.

Puy du Fou is just outside Toledo and less than an hour's drive from Madrid. To get there by car, take Exit 13 on the CM40 road; the park has free parking for visitors. You can also take the train to Toledo, where you can catch a taxi, which will drop you off at the historic park in less than 10 minutes. If you are flying, the nearest airport is Adolfo Suárez Madrid-Barajas. Once there, you can stay in hotels near Puy du Fou.

The five historical villages of Puy du Fou

The Puy du Fou Spain park is a concept of leisure complex in the heart of nature, in the Toledo Mountains, which allows us to travel through history through different eras. Its surprising shows help us to immerse ourselves in other times, but also its inns and manor houses serving traditional food, its artisans' workshops, its fields and its animals.

For this purpose, five historical villages have been designed and represented in a very faithful way that will make you feel as if you were a contemporary of the time. Strolling through the streets you can admire beautifully recreated buildings, characters dressed for the occasion, workshops for children and adults related to that historical period and even taste delicacies from centuries ago. These are all the villages of Puy du Fou:

  • The Andalusian Askar. In this historic village of Puy du Fou you will have the chance to enter an authentic Arab camp. It recreates that of the great Caliph Abderraman III on the Castilian plateau. His troops have lost the Campaign of Omnipotence, but Cordoba continues to maintain its glory intact and this can be seen in this area with luxurious palaces, enormous silk tents, war banners and tents that bring back the aroma of Medina Azahara. A space that will make us relive the splendour of Al-Andalus and its exquisite culture, consult books brought from different parts of the world, as well as taste the delicacies of its exotic cuisine with Persian touches.
  • La Puebla Real. The story goes that, when the armies of Alfonso VI entered Toledo, many troops were discharged and the monarch gave land to his best free men. It was in the vicinity of Guajaraz, near the walls of the castle built by the troops of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar, which became known as the Puebla Real. Its architecture is made up of stone walls and old wood, as well as arched doorways and ancient roofs. This is where the city's best master craftsmen settled, from potters to embroiderers and damascene makers. A place to visit curious sites such as the Casa del Judío or the Salón de Armas, or to taste the best wines at the hands of Tuerto Miguel in his Bodeguita.
  • La Venta de Isidro. Here you will enter a frontier land where a couple, María and Isidro, arrived almost with one hand in front and the other behind. They settled with four hens and a goat and sowed the field. The gamble worked out well for them: they prospered and today it is a place of passage that welcomes travellers and offers them a place to rest and have a drink on their way. A Puy du Fou village where you will feel like travellers of yesteryear and where you will be able to sample local gastronomic treasures, such as oil from its olive-oil mill, old-fashioned wines, fresh cheese and local La Mancha meats. A realistic approach to the simple, rural life of the Middle Ages.
  • The Arrabal. In this village of Puy du Fou we will enter the place where people of all origins and cultures carried out their commercial activities. There is no town that did not have its suburb or outside the walls, where the taverns and stalls of traders and craftsmen were erected to make the wait to enter the city more bearable. The place where outsiders rested, chatted with the locals and had a drink. Of course, all controlled under the strict watchful eye of the bailiff. It is inspired by 13th century Spain and here you can enjoy grilled meats and vegetables at El Rincón del Herrero or quench your thirst with craft beer at El Llagar de Covadonga.
  • Villanueva del Corral. Where there used to be a humble inn, today there is a great Corral de Comedias by order of the emperor Charles V. This village of Puy du Fou España mixes culture with war, as it takes us to a place where the arts and weapons shine. It symbolises a heroic and loyal town that represented the greatness of the Habsburg empire and was the birthplace of heroes and writers who have gone down in history. Stroll through its streets and balconies and visit its "mentidero", its public theatre, as well as its Bodegón and tascas... a set of elements that will make you relive that glorious period in the Montes de Toledo in a very faithful way.

All the shows at Puy du Fou

The historical villages, its taverns and the different activities in the park help us to experience an immersive journey through Spain's past. However, Puy du Fou's shows are its greatest asset and its greatest attraction. One of the highlights is El Sueño de Toledo, the star of the show, which takes place at night in a magical atmosphere. But it is not the only one. These are all the shows in the park:
  • A Pluma y Espada. We go to an episode in Toledo in 1592, in the middle of the Golden Age. The well-known play Fuenteovejuna by Lope de Vega is performed for the first time in the Gran Corral de Comedias, generating great expectation. But in the past, the theatre was not just a place to enjoy the performance: it was also a place for swordsmen to fight. And that is what is performed here, accompanied by a fabulous choreography with Andalusian horses and dancers from Toledo.
  • El Último Cantar. Get closer to the legend of Rodrigo Díaz de Vivar with this show by Puy du Fou. It is an unusual theatre never seen before in Spain, in which visitors will be able to see live the amazing exploits of this great historical legend. This character forged his legend through deeds in a fragmented Castile and never forgot his vows as a knight. He is a myth that will live on as long as his "last song" can be heard in some square.
  • Cetrería de Reyes. One of the children's favourite Puy du Fou shows because it includes the participation of birds, which will perform amazing manoeuvres: falcons, serpentaries, cranes, owls, eagles and even kites. This show takes us back to the year 939, when the troops of the Caliphate of Cordoba fought with the Castilians in a very peculiar way... with a peaceful and beautiful gesture such as the flight of their birds. A majestic aerial display not to be missed.
  • Allende La Mar Océana. An unmissable show in the Toledo park that brings us, live and direct, one of the most important feats in the history of Spain: the voyage and subsequent discovery of America in 1492, with a fleet commanded by Christopher Columbus. They set sail thanks to funding from Castile. This immersive show recreates the entire journey on the high seas: from the initial hopes to the anguish of the crew, who watched the days and weeks go by without reaching port... and, of course, the magical moment when the sailors shouted: "Land!
  • El Misterio de Sorbaces. An interpretation that takes us back to the story of Francisco Morales, a resident of Guadamur, in 1858. This man discovered a precious Visigothic treasure with crowns of fine gold, pearls and sapphires... which ended up being sold and kept in the National Archaeological Museum in Madrid and in the Cluny Museum in Paris. However, to date, the intrigues surrounding their curious shapes have not yet been deciphered, nor has any answer been given as to why there was a royal basilica in this place.
  • De Tal Palo. A Puy du Fou family show that brings us closer to the 80 generations of Julián Guitérrez and his relationship with wood. With him we will travel through different historical events and elements that have marked the history of Spain, such as the defence of Numancia, the sacred cave of Covadonga, the battle of Navas de Tolosa, the War of Independence or the surrender of Granada.
  • El Bodegón del Capitán. A fun Puy du Fou show with which we go to a typical tavern at the end of the 16th century. We will attend a meal with a captain of the Tercios Viejos full of surprises. He will tell us about the little stories that led him to run a tavern in Villanueva del Corral, which is the resting place of all the veterans returning from Flanders. His next challenges do not include conquests in the military field, but in the field of love: he intends to seduce Ana 'La Galveña' by using his fame and organising a surprise marriage proposal banquet.
  • El Sueño de Toledo. This is the Puy du Fou show par excellence. It takes place at night and is unique in the world: in an indescribable way, it brings to life 1.500 years of Spanish history, from the reign of Recaredo to the Navas de Tolosa, the discovery of America and the arrival of the railway. There are 70 minutes with the participation of 200 actors and many special effects on a stage of five hectares.

Where can I sleep with a hotel + Puy du Fou ticket package

The Puy du Fou park, in Toledo, is a complex full of emotions to enjoy, at least for a whole day. And when we say "full day", we mean literally: morning, afternoon and evening, since the moment it gets dark is when the main attraction arrives, the show The Dream of Toledo. So you'll have to book a hotel + tickets at Puy du Fou.

Which areas are the best to sleep in because of their proximity to the park? Puy du Fou is in the natural area of the Montes de Toledo, on the outskirts of the historic city. Access to the park is via the CM40 (Exit 13). There is free parking for visitors in an area that opens half an hour before the park opens and remains open until one hour after the park closes. Motorhomes are allowed, but overnight stays are not permitted.

Therefore, the best place to sleep near Puy du Fou is Toledo. It is the destination par excellence as, in addition to travelling through the history of Spain, you can take advantage of your stay to discover its renowned historic centre and other attractions of the city. And all this just 10 minutes by car from the park. On the roads towards Toledo there are also accommodation options if you prefer to stay close to Puy du Fou rather than in the middle of the city.

If you prefer rural accommodation in a quieter village or area, you can look at Argés, which is just 6 kilometres from Puy du Fou and has all the services, or Cobisa, just a little further away. Guadamur is another village on the outskirts of the park where you can stay and still be in a very medieval atmosphere, as it has a peculiar and well-preserved residential castle from the 15th century, as well as being close to the archaeological site of Guarrazar. Those travelling to Puy du Fou from the east can stay in Ocaña, 60 kilometres away, a town in the province of Toledo with a spectacular main square and several interesting buildings.

On the other hand, there are those who take advantage of a trip to Madrid to spend the day at the Puy du Fou park. The fact is that the complex, which allows you to relive the history of Spain, is not far from the capital: you'll be there in just 55 minutes by car. This makes it a good day trip. However, if you stay for the El Sueño de Toledo show, bear in mind that you will have to drive back at night. A similar distance away is Talavera de la Reina, a charming city with plenty of tourist attractions to round off a trip to Puy du Fou.

Puy Hotels near Puy du Fou

Puy du Fou is a park that will take up a whole day, or even more, as the range of activities and shows on offer is very extensive. The closest hotels are in Toledo, a capital that stands out for its rich heritage. In fact, it is known as the "city of three cultures". It is therefore a good choice to complement a journey through the 1,500 years of Spain in Puy du Fou with a rich heritage that will enrich our historical knowledge.
The city of Toledo is about 10 kilometres away from the park, which is about 10 minutes by car or taxi (there is no bus service). Being such an important destination from a tourist point of view, it has a wide range of accommodation. To help you choose, we have prepared a list of the best hotels near Puy du Fou in Toledo:
  • Eurostar Toledo Hotel **** (10.9 km away). It is close to the Parque de las Tres Culturas, in the financial heart of Toledo and about two kilometres from the historic city centre. It is a hotel where avant-garde design permeates everything, with contemporary art pieces and high-end services and facilities. For those looking for a sophisticated, simple, yet elegant hotel near Puy du Fou with a tranquil atmosphere. The rooms are fully equipped with every comfort, and the hotel itself offers the opportunity to sample the cuisine of the Panoramic Restaurant and have a high quality buffet breakfast in the bar-cafeteria. In addition, the reception is open 24 hours a day, there is a laundry and dry cleaning service, luggage storage and a covered car park. In summer, it is a good option for couples and families, as it has an outdoor swimming pool, ideal for cooling off on the hottest days.
  • Hotel Abad Toledo*** (9.8 km away). This is a hotel near Puy du Fou in Toledo in a privileged location: in the heart of the historic centre of the city, next to the Cristo de la Luz Mosque, but far from the hustle and bustle. It is modest, but has everything you will need for your stay: heating and air conditioning, wifi, television and safe. Some rooms have balconies with beautiful panoramic views of the Tagus River and there are also fully equipped flats, with kitchen, for those who want to feel at home when they are away. And if you're travelling with children, it's a good place to sleep because they have special family rooms. The hotel has a style that combines rustic touches with touches of stone and wooden beams, as well as minimalist elements. In addition, guests can use an exclusive car park.
  • Hotel Maria Cristina **** (10.6 km away). This is a hotel near Puy du Fou of great category, an architectural jewel in the middle of a 15th century building... obviously renovated. From here you will be close to the park and also within easy reach of Toledo's major tourist attractions, as it is very close to the historic centre, next to the Bullring and close to the bus station and La Vega Park. The interior perfectly combines historical elegance with modern comforts. There are different types of rooms to suit your needs and all of them have television, wifi, minibar, safe, air conditioning and heating. The most exclusive rooms have balconies with views, hydro-massage bathtub and coffee maker. They offer parking for guests in the same building for a supplement, luggage storage service and there is a restaurant and a cafeteria where you can start the day with a buffet breakfast.
  • AC Hotel City of Toledo **** (8.9 km away). This is the closest hotel to Puy du Fou on this list. It is not in the heart of the city, but is located on the southern ring road, near the Tagus River and equally close to the city centre and a few steps from the Pozuela La Cerca housing development. Its rooms have an elegant style that totally fits in with the aesthetics of the building. All of them have everything you will need during your stay: minibar, television, sofa and private bathroom. The windows have stunning views of the surroundings and the rooms also have private terraces where you can enjoy relaxing moments in the open air. The hotel facilities include a gym with sauna area and Turkish bath, as well as a restaurant and laundry and ironing service.
  • Hotel Medina de Toledo*** (10.8 km away). A cosy hotel near Puy du Fou where you will feel at home. It is right in the centre of Toledo, on Bajada Desamparados, just a short walk from most of the city's historical monuments and places of interest. A good way to get into the genuine hustle and bustle of everyday life. Its facilities fuse traditional charm with contemporary comfort. It is not a large hotel, with 18 rooms, with options for both solo travellers and groups. They are bright and have en-suite bathrooms. In addition, this hotel offers visitors a cosy bar with a terrace. Among its services, we highlight a luggage storage and parking on reservation. A good choice for those who prefer to sleep in the historic centre.
  • Hotel Zentral Mayoral*** (10.7 km away). If you are travelling by coach to Toledo, it couldn't be a better option because it is right in front of the bus station. It is a strategic enclave, as it is very close to the city centre, but far enough away to be in a quiet area where rest is assured. This hotel has a contemporary style and modern, quality facilities. It offers up to 110 rooms of different sizes: single, double or twin, and family rooms. Some of them have a terrace with views and have all kinds of amenities, such as air conditioning, television, desk, wifi, minibar and private bathroom. The facilities have common areas such as a cafeteria with buffet breakfast, a restaurant with traditional Manchegan and Mediterranean cuisine, laundry service and private parking.

Puy du Fou tickets 

You have decided on your trip to Puy du Fou: you don't want to keep being told what it is and how amazing the shows are, because you want to experience it for yourself and your people. Now you have to plan the dates of your trip. Bear in mind that Puy du Fou is a park that is not open all year round, but it does have a fairly long period of about 185 days. We can enjoy its facilities from March to October, approximately, as it closes in winter; however, there are usually short seasons with a special programme for specific dates such as Christmas.
Puy du Fou improves its services and infrastructure every year, either by adding new shows, new ride areas, new animal areas or a new children's play area. For this reason, many people who have been to the park do not hesitate to come again in other seasons. When you have decided when you will go to the park, you should know that there are the following tickets to Puy du Fou, by age, to access its facilities:
  • General Adult ticket (people over 14 years old). Below you will find details of what you pay for each type of ticket.
  • General Children's ticket (for children between 3 and 13 years old, both inclusive). The price varies depending on the type of ticket.
  • Admission for babies (under 3 years old). Free admission to Puy du Fou at all times.
On the other hand, there are special rates, discounts on Puy du Fou tickets for different groups: large families pay a special price, but this can only be done through telephone sales (900 012 168) and does not apply to tickets to El Sueño de Toledo; people with a disability certificate can also get cheaper Puy du Fou tickets, but they can only be purchased through a telephone number (925 63 01 35). It should be noted that people with reduced mobility, pregnant women and the elderly can request an "accessibility pass" which allows entry to spaces reserved for these groups, subject to availability.
In addition to choosing the age of your Puy du Fou ticket holders, you will also have to choose the type of ticket. Depending on the date chosen, there may be up to three options:
  • Puy du Fou Park Spain + El sueño de Toledo. This is a ticket that includes daytime access to the park, to visit its historic villages, see its daytime shows, visit its restaurants and taverns and take part in its activities and workshops; as well as admission to the great night-time show. All on the same day of your chosen visit. These tickets to Puy du Fou cost €49 for children and €54 for adults (rising to €63 and €69 respectively if not pre-booked).
  • El sueño de Toledo + Puy du Fou Spain Park. It's like the ticket we've seen before, but in this case on two consecutive days: the first night, we can go to see the park's great show about the history of Spain; and the second day, we can access all the shows, workshops, bars and villages in the park. This option is only available on certain days. The prices are the same as above.
  • Puy du Fou Park Spain. This is the Puy du Fou ticket that gives access only to the park and all its daytime attractions. However, when it closes its doors, you cannot enter to see the show El Sueño de Toledo, which explains why it is cheaper. It costs €25 for children's tickets and €31 for adult tickets with reservation; without advance purchase, the price rises to €32 and €40 respectively.
  • Exclusive ticket for El Sueño de Toledo. It is possible to buy a ticket to Puy du Fou just to see its famous night show. Although it's worth seeing everything the park has to offer, it's true that many people who have already seen it want to repeat the night show. In that case, this is the pass for you. It costs €33 for both children's and adult tickets and, if you don't book in advance, the price rises to €42. On the other hand, we can add to the ticket for El Sueño de Toledo one of these complements: for 8 euros, the "Preferential Location", which guarantees a seat in the centre of the grandstand of the show, so you won't miss a single detail of this unique experience; and for 15 euros, the "Silver Location", which gives you access to seats with even better visibility.
  • Emotion pass. This is a ticket to Puy du Fou which is complementary to the previous ones, i.e. it cannot be purchased individually. This pass costs a supplement of €22 and gives you the privilege of fast-track access and a seat or preferential seating in the stands of all the daytime shows at the park in Toledo. A good option to make the most of your time at Puy du Fou, to watch the shows from a perspective without distractions and for people who don't like to wait.

Advantages of booking an all inclusive Hotel + Ticket package

To travel through the history of Puy du Fou we have to buy a ticket and look for accommodation for the day (or days) we want to go. You can do this on your own and separately, or you can hire a package of hotel + ticket to Puy du Fou. Is it really worth it? The first reason why we usually make a decision of this kind is economic, and yes, it is cheaper to book a package. This is possible thanks to the agreements of specialised companies like ours, with many years of experience behind us, and with which we get very advantageous prices for our clients.
But not only that. Booking a hotel plus ticket package at Puy du Fou also saves you time. Forget about filling in forms, searching on one page and then another for the prices of different hotels, checking the reliability of certain accommodations... don't break your head: it's cheaper and also quicker to opt for one of these packages.
On the other hand, you also ensure that you have a single interlocutor, something that people who have had some kind of incident on a trip know how important it is: a single person will attend to your needs and provide you with a solution. No more calls on hold and tele-operators who pass the problem on without solving it.
In addition, we guarantee that in the hotel + entrance to Puy du Fou packages we work with quality accommodation close to the park, so that your only great trip will be inside, through the history of Spain.

Map of Puy du Fou

Have you already thought about how to organise your trip to Puy du Fou Spain? Which shows do you plan to see? Which restaurants and bars do you want to try? Where is each historic village? You can consult all this on the map of Puy du Fou. You can download the application to your mobile phone and access an interactive map with all the details or consult the opening times of each Puy du Fou show.
With this map of Puy du Fou you can optimise your visit and directly see the programme for each day 48 hours in advance, as well as locate nearby services, find out what workshops are taking place or find the best routes for getting around the park to the villages, bars, shows or activities you want to attend. As you can see on the map, the park has gastronomic areas and toilets and washrooms scattered throughout the park.
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How can I cancel a Puy du Fou reservation?

Normally, tickets to the Puy du Fou park cannot be modified, cancelled or refunded as long as the cancellation is not related to the park.
A different case is if you have booked a pack of hotel plus tickets to Puy du Fou in Estiber. In this case, you have the advantage that you can contact us in this section to cancel the booking.

How much does a Hotel + Entrance to Puy du Fou package cost?

A package to Puy du Fou with hotel and entrance tickets offers all the advantages. In addition to saving time, you can visit this park full of history for very little money. At Estiber, an agency specialising in active tourism, we offer packages of hotel plus tickets to Puy du Fou from just 49 euros per person with accommodation in Toledo or the surrounding area. With just one click you will have your reservation made.

What are the best value for money hotels near Puy du Fou?

If you are looking for hotels near Puy du Fou, we recommend staying at the Hotel Boutique Adolfo, in the centre of Toledo; at the majestic Hospedium Hotel Posada la Sillería in the Plaza de Zocodover; at the beautiful Hostal Azacanes; or at the Hotel San Juan de los Reyes, very close to the monastery. You can get good discounts at these Puy du Fou hotels by booking a package with accommodation and tickets.

How do I receive my tickets?

It's very simple: if you have bought your tickets for Puy du Fou to access the site in Estiber, you will receive your booking vouchers by email, including the hotel. This way, all you have to do is print it out or save it on your mobile phone and show it on the day of your visit. A very convenient way to enjoy your hotel plus Puy du Fou tickets pack and travel through Spanish history.

What is the minimum age to enter Puy du Fou?

Puy du Fou is an experience designed to be enjoyed as a family. That's why there are no age requirements: it's open to everyone! However, minors must of course be accompanied by a family member or responsible adult to buy a ticket and to enter the park.
In the case of groups of children, they must always be accompanied by adults who are responsible for their supervision.

What happens if it rains during my Puy du Fou trip?

Absolutely nothing! The shows at Puy du Fou are designed so that they can be performed without any problems in the event of rain, so none of them will be cancelled for this reason. However, spectators should dress appropriately to withstand adverse weather conditions.
It is important to note that the use of umbrellas is forbidden during Puy du Fou shows, especially in outdoor performances, so it is recommended to bring a mackintosh.

What do I need to bring to Puy du Fou?

The Puy du Fou park is in Toledo, in a natural setting of 30 hectares. To find out what to wear, it's worth checking the weather forecast: you might need a mackintosh in case of rain or protection from the high temperatures. If you're staying for the night show at Puy du Fou, remember that temperatures in Toledo drop considerably at night.
On the other hand, it is forbidden to bring glassware, sharp objects, drugs and alcoholic beverages into the park, as well as camping coolers and the like.

What is the best day to visit Puy du Fou?

It depends on the weather! Our recommendation is to visit in early spring, when the days are sunny, without reaching extreme temperatures. In any case, the opening hours at Puy du Fou are: in spring and autumn, it is open from 11am to 8pm; in summer, from 12.30pm to 11pm. The opening hours at Puy du Fou for the evening show are 9.30pm in April, September and October; 10pm in May; 10.30pm in June; and 10.55pm in July and August.

How long does it take to visit Puy du Fou?

The recommended time to visit Puy du Fou and visit all the shows and workshops is 2 or 3 days. However, if you don't have that much time, you can visit the park for 1 day and attend the main shows and workshops at Puy du Fou. 

What are the closest hotels to Puy du Fou?

If the main motivation for your trip to Toledo is to visit the Puy du Fou park, we recommend sleeping as close as possible. There are no hotels inside Puy du Fou, so we will have to go by bus or park in the Puy du Fou park car park. But there are many within a few kilometres of the resort, such as the Hotel AC Ciudad de Toledo (9km from the park), the Hostal Toledo (9.5km from the park) or Cigarral El Bosque (only 8km from the park).