AC Hotel Carlton Madrid by Marriott
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TravelPod Member ReviewsAC Hotel Carlton Madrid by Marriott
We selected the AC Carlton for it's location and connection with the Marriott hotel chain. We're only a few nights short of "Gold" status this year so we made the choice on the brand and the location and the price made sense. The staff was very helpful. Our rooms was small and had the odd European bed configuration of two twin beds pushed together, made up with bedding for twins...if you try to cuddle in the night, one of you will always end up falling into the crack between the beds. Ok...perhaps TMI!
A breakfast buffet was included and they had soy milk and lots of fruit so we managed find good healthy choices on our vegan diet.
The only drawback was the water pressure in the shower. Perhaps our 6th floor location contributed to the problem but it was either a icy cold or scaling hot, sometimes in the span of two minutes. The best compromise was to draw a bath instead.
There were many American guests and it was nice to hear familiar accents after so many months living in Spain.
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