AC Santo Mauro in Madrid, Spain

July 15, 2015

santo mauro madrid review

AC Santo Mauro is a part of Marriott’s Autograph Collection and it is FABULOUS!

It’s a boutique hotel, which I LOVE, especially when traveling for vacation. With boutiques it really is about the experience and the city you’re visiting. I felt like I was in Spain from the time I walked through the gates, plus there was the perk of earning Marriott reward points, :-).

AC Santo Mauro was built in 1894 as the residence for the Duke of Santo Mauro, and it still feels like it is fit for royalty.

santomaurophotoandreviewoflobbyFrom the time you walk through the gates you are surrounded by elaborate and beautiful details. And while the common areas feel like a palace, our room was modern and sleek with all of the comforts you expect.

When we entered our room we were greeted by a hallway that opened up to the living/sleeping area.

reviewandphotosofguest room Santo Mauro MadridThere was a walk-in closet that had plenty of room for me and Hubby’s things.

santomauromadridreviewguestroomclosetphotoThe bathroom was well-maintained and stocked with Morton Brown toiletries.

santomauroguestroombathroomreviewwithphotos

AC Santo Mauro review and photos of bathroomWe had a basic guest room, so the bed, lounge area and table were in the same space. However, this didn’t make it feel cramped. We were very comfortable.

santo mauro madridreviewThe grounds are beautiful and have a lot of areas that are perfect for strolling, grabbing a drink or hanging out with friends. During our night stroll we saw groups sitting outside enjoying the patio/garden area and others coming back from an evening on the town.

The staff was very nice and accommodating. We were checked in quickly, they gave us suggestions for things to do and when we called down for extra supplies they were delivered fast. Hubby ordered room service late one night and it was also delivered quickly.

The other great thing about AC Santo Mauro is that it’s walking distance from Puerta del Sol, and the walk is through a vibrant area. It took us about 20 minutes to walk and that’s because we were people-watching and admiring the neighborhood. It’s Madrid, how can you not do this, :-).

Madrid Spain Puerta del Sol areaYou can also jump on transit a couple of blocks away if walking is not your thing.

I’d definitely stay here again and I can’t wait to try another hotel in the Autograph Collection.

Enjoy your visit!

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