AC Hotel Carlton Madrid
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- 97%Business Travelers
- 95%Family Travelers
- 79%Budget Travelers
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- AC Hotel Carlton MadridMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 5Mar 23, 2014
The AC Hotel Carlton Madrid is a great hotel in a nice location. I love that the hotel is in walking distance of the hotel (if you like walking!) but that it's far enough out so that you don't have to put up with a lot of noise! It's fantastic for anyone needing to get to Atocha train station, just a few minutes' walk away.
I love the lounge area around reception and the outdoor terrace. It was a beautiful day when I arrived so it was prefect for a glass of wine outside!
The reception staff speak English so it's perfect for international travellers and they are more than willing to arrange taxis or anything else that you might need.Recommended for:
- AC Hotel Carlton MadridAmbassadorMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureBudget Travelers+ 6First to ReviewMar 11, 2014
A recently adopted sibling of Marriott Hotels, the AC Hotel Carlton Madrid reflects bohemian style and hospitality excellence. Attention to detail is their "customer winner". Whether it's the artistic exterior or the eclectic swank decor inside, this hotel will cater to your inner artist and contribute to the overall experience of your trip.Recommended for:
- AC Hotel Carlton MadridMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureOutdoor Enthusiasts+ 8May 17, 2014
Really liked the hotel just had to take a taxi everywhere. All AC hotels are now Marriott owned which is great for getting points and nights. The room we had was huge for a European hotel. The price is fantastic too. Loved everything about our stay except location.Recommended for:
- AC Hotel Carlton MadridMember ofFoodiesLocal CultureWellness+ 3Apr 24, 2014
Beautiful, beautiful, beautiful. Again, the Marriott does not disappoint. I especially loved peering at the intricate mosaic on the side of the building. I probably looked like more a crane squinting and trying to make out the imagine (that I am still unsure of, to be honest). The location of this hotel is interesting and honestly one I am a fan of. The Delicias area is within walking distance from Embajadores and Lavapiés, my preferred and favorite areas in Madrid by far for the explosion of culture. However, Delicias is in a category by itself. The Mercado de Motores, the market that takes place in an old train station, that is usually a museum that anyone can visit, is within walking distance from this hotel, so it'd make a great outing for visitors. The market, however, is only held the second Saturday of each month, so make sure to plan your visit around this market teeming with food, clothing, shoes, jewelry, handbag and everything else in-between vendors.Recommended for:
The hotel is located in the city centre, close to the Retiro park, the Botanical Gardens and various recreational, shopping and business areas. It is situated in an area close to Atocha station and the Prado, Reina Sofía and Thyssen-Bornemisza...read more from www.invisahoteles.com
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- PriceExcellent value for money, said 100%.
- Location99% thought it was easy to get to the train station.
- Service97% found the staff to be very friendly.
- Hotel95% thought it was clean.
- Food73% found the breakfast to be wonderful.
- RoomFor only 64%, the bathroom was ok.