The Look & Experience:
This five star is a luxurious hotel to stay at. Located close to the Prado and the famous Retiro Park it is situated in Madrid’s quiet and fashionable Chamberi District. Come and enjoy a stay in this hotel which dates from the 19th Century.
Bed & Bath:
Guestrooms at AC Santo Mauro are all newly renovated. These classy rooms have plenty of nods to its original splendour.
About Your Stay:
The five-star AC Santo Mauro Hotel is one hotel that should definitely on your list when visiting Madrid. This luxurious hotel sets itself apart from its rivals as it is housed in the former residence of the Duke of Santo Mauro. It consists of three buildings which are surrounded by a stunning garden making it an oasis in the heart of the Spanish capital.
With the hotel located in a perfect part of the city, you will be minutes away from Madrid’s top, must see sights.
Enjoy a meal at the hotel’s upscale restaurant, La Biblioteca or try a great selection of Spanish wines in the Chicas Bar. Enjoy a day of decadence at the hotel’s intimate spa, workout in the Fitness Centre or be revitalised in the glamourous indoor pool.
This classic, boutique Madrid landmark has it all.
At the Hotel:
Dine at hotel’s upscale La Biblioteca Restaurant
Enjoy alfresco cuisine at the Santo Mauro Gardens
Free WIFI in public areas
Parking costs EUR 32.67 per day
There’s an indoor pool and small fitness centre on the lower level
Hotel is in a beautiful, quiet area of Madrid
Cocktails are expensive
Guestrooms are newly renovated
Be in the Know:
Marmo bar in Hotel Puerta America is one bar that is not to be missed. This visually striking bar is known for its stylish white leather seats where guests can sip cocktails to the sound of piano music or maybe experience the outdoor terrace which makes the bar look bigger than it really is.
The modern design is there for all to see but it is a fantastic spot to start your Madrid holiday.
The Reporter is the perfect tonic for a mid-day tipple in the heart of Madrid. Why not sit back, relax and enjoy the sophistication at the Reporter.
If you love paella you should definitely visit the La Barraca Restaurant, Calle Reina which is one of Madrid’s famous paella restaurants. The restaurant was founded in 1935 and 80 years later it is still producing the best Mediterranean and Spanish cuisine in the capital. To avoid disappointment you are highly recommended to book your table.
Come and enjoy a delightful meal at Botin Restaurant on Calle Cuchilleros, which is famous for being the oldest restaurant in the world, well according to the Guinness Book of Records anyway. Housed in a historic 19th Century building, in Madrid’s old city, you shouldn’t miss the opportunity of experiencing it for yourself. Try the roast suckling pig or the roast lamb (cordero asado), which are two specialities of the restaurant.
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