On the beach
1 double bed
Check-in / Checkout: Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
Not allowed: Parties, Pets, Smoking
- bed linen & towels
- washing machine
- iron & ironing board
- DVD player
- queen size bed 160 x 200
- vitroceramic cooker
- coffee maker
- plasma TV
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- visa, mastercard and amex accepted
This charming 1 bedroom apartment is only a few metres from the beach while still being within easy walking distance of the heart of Barcelona.
This area has a wealth of restaurants and bars with the advantage of being near both the Port and the Olympic marina.
This lovely apartment on the 3rd floor with no elevatorhas a bright living-dining area with a comfortable sofa where you can sit back and relax after a long day of sightseeing. There is a plasma TV and DVD to help you disconnect.
The open plan kitchen has everything that you might need should you prefer to eat in instead of at one of the many surrounding restaurants.
The modern bathroom comes with shower, toilet and washbasin. Fresh towels are provided for your arrival.
A perfect choice for guests wishing to combing a city and beach holiday.
The apartment also has A/C-heating and wi-fi internet. For families or friends wishing to holiday together while still maintaining a level of privacy, there are several other apartments in the same building.
This old port area at the bottom of Las Ramblas was once a real eyesore with old factories and disused buildings, but has been transformed beyond recognition since the 1980’s. With lots to choose from, be it chic shopping, harbour side seafood treats, movies by the sea along with bars, discos and a world famous - and apparently Europe's biggest - aquarium have made this the perfect area for the visitor to Barcelona.
Thanks to the 1992 Olympics, Barcelona realised the enormous potential of its shoreline and beaches were quickly transformed from the “not so appealing” and filled with golden sand, imported palm trees, drainage systems, flood lighting and the promenades were landscaped. A main feature of these great beaches are the “beach bars” or chiringuitos that serve tasty snacks and play music….
Passeig Joan de Borbó is a restaurant lined boulevard where visitors can enjoy a tasty paella as they look on to the yacht marina, before or after lounging on Barceloneta beach. Behind this busy and elegant boulevard lies the real Barceloneta or “Little Barcelona”. Back in the early 1800’s these two storey houses became homes to fishermen and sailors but soon became so overcrowded that they were split in half and later quartered; these “quarts de casa” measured approx 30 m2. It is probably because of this overcrowded atmosphere that Barceloneta residents used to pile onto the streets to socialise, chat with neighbours, etc…It is for this reason that the area has maintained an exceptionally full street life with the district also being famous for its colourful local celebrations;
Plans for a new addition to this area include the tall sail-shaped hotel by Ricard Bofill, which no doubt will be an imposing sight once completed…
The Passeig Maritim esplanade is a common hangout for skaters, locals and visitors alike walking off the excesses of lunch…..
Barceloneta is a wonderful area, full of life, for the young and the old…..