Hotel Santo Mauro, a French Palace in the heart of Madrid
The Santo Mauro palace was built for Mariano Fernández de Henestrosa and Ortiz de Mioño, Duke of Santo Mauro, in 1902 and is a project of the architect Juan Bautista Lázaro de Diego who built on this site the house of the duke and his family. The decoration project has been directed by the prestigious interior designer Lorenzo Castillo, who has brought his magic and theatricality to each of the corners of this unique Palace.
Elegance from the first moment
The entrance of the hotel passes through a courtyard that anticipates what the client will find inside, the true essence of a French palace. The architecture makes a perfect tandem with the outdoor furniture selected by the interior designers..
Entrance flanked with Parma Gray planters
The pots are inspired by the emblematic “orange boxes” of the Gardens of Versailles and their iconic colour “Parma Gray” will be the leitmotif of outdoor furniture..
The Chinese room of the Santo Mauro hotel
The reform and redecoration, designed by interior designer Lorenzo Castillo, wanted to preserve the nineteenth-century spirit of the historic palace.
The bar, New York art deco style
This elegant open wine bar allows guests to enjoy a drink in a relaxed atmosphere with background music specially selected by the composer Lucas Vidal..
Exclusive designer furniture
Along with countless antiques and works of art preserved for decades in the Palace, we can find new pieces of furniture designed exclusively for this project, like these tables, that fit like a glove with the hotel atmosphere.
Outdoor furniture on the terrace of the Hotel Santo Mauro
The terrace in the most sophisticated garden in Madrid is immersed in the authentic atmosphere of a palace in the color Parma Gray, specially selected by Lorenzo Castillo for the project.
French bar kiosk in the garden of the Hotel Santo Mauro
The garden area has been completely raised, the whole floor has been changed, a checkerboard floor has been made and the furniture has been changed. The French kiosk bar, very parisian, It is called to be the most top site in Madrid.
Pergola designed by Lorenzo del Castillo
A pergola has been designed, to house the gastronomic restaurant. The garden of Santo Mauro regains prominence, thanks to the glass pergola that will be installed between both buildings and the heating, so that it will facilitate its use also in winter.
The garden has been conceived by the landscaper Fernando Valero
If there is a place where time can stop and breathe the palatial atmosphere, it is undoubtedly the garden., reimagined by landscape architect Fernando Valero. This private garden is the most sophisticated in the city, with centenary chestnut trees, fountains and terraces.
Wrought iron furniture and ceramic tops
Crafts can be seen in every corner and in every detail of this hotel. Everything is intentionally thought and designed to make the customer feel a unique and unforgettable experience.
Fountain on the terrace of Santo Mauro
The two hand-forged iron lanterns stand out on the palace's façade, which houses an imposing fountain.
Garden of Versailles style planters
The emblematic “orange boxes” were originally designed by Andre Le Notre, Official designer of the Gardens of Versailles, and Jean-Baptiste de La Quintinie in 1670 and they have become an icon of decoration.