The AC Atocha Madrid Hotel Review is part of the Round The Atlantic Trip Report.
Getting There: Why fuss with the bus when you can take a flat rate taxi for 30 euros?
For my second night in Madrid, I stayed at another AC Atocha. This one did not offer a free mini bar, but it was in a more central location. Walking distance from the hotel is the Atocha Cercanías, the largest train station in Madrid that connects Madrid to the rest of Spain.
The room is smaller than the aforementioned AC but it’s fancier.
While it does not rank in the Top 7 of My Shower Experiences , the bathroom has a sophisticated shower with spouts coming out from every direction. After attending a bullfight, it was appropriate to cleanse myself from the bloodshed that I had witnessed.
Of course, the famous golf ball soap was there.
This was my last night abroad so I was keen on getting to sleep early. After weeks on the road, all I wanted was good sleep. The pitch black room, the king size bed, and the ice cold air conditioner were perfect.
I used my stay certificate which was a decent value since the room was $220.
The AC Atocha is a solid choice. I wish I had more energy to explore the surrounding area because it is in a great location, but a man can only do so much in one trip.