The Luxury Collection debuts in Madrid

part of Marriott Bonvoy’s portfolio of 30 hotel brands,  has announced the opening of its first hotel in the capital of Spain. 

Santo Mauro, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Madrid is located in the district of Chamberí, close to cultural attractions including the Sorolla Museum, Teatros del Canal and Andén 0 Metro Station, an exhibition space in a restored tube station. 

The building, which dates back to the 18th century and served as the former residence of the Duke of Santo Mauro, has been fully renovated by renowned interior designer Lorenzo Castillo.

Three buildings house 49 guests rooms, including 10 suites overlooking the gardens. Rooms have been refreshed with natural materials such as stone, marble and wood and furnishings of leather, midnight blue velvet and silk. 

Food and beverage options include flagship restaurant La Biblioteca, run by acclaimed chef Rafael Peña; outdoor terrace El Garden for relaxed dining, ands El Bar for cocktails and snacks.

Guests can also enjoy communal spaces like the Georgian English Library, The Chinese Lounge and an indoor pool.

A new spa and fitness area will debut as part of the second phase of the renovations which is set to commence in summer 2022.

“Travellers are increasingly looking for meaningful, unique experiences that connect them to the heart of the locale when discovering a city and Santo Mauro, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Madrid allows our guests to embark on a journey back to the 18th-century, elevated with modern amenities and impeccable service,” said Candice D’Cruz, vice president of luxury brands for Europe, Middle East and Africa at Marriott International. 

“We are thrilled to introduce The Luxury Collection brand to Madrid, and we look forward to welcoming guests as they discover this timeless and historical world-famous city.”

Rates start from 600 EUR per room, per night and includes breakfast. 

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