Style, comfort and location
6 single beds, 1 double bed, 1 double sofa bed
- washing machine
- DVD player
- vitroceramic cooker
- iron & ironing board
- dryer machine
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- partial air-conditioning
- coffee maker
- visa and master card accepted
- TDT television
A stylish and comfortable apartment in the heart of Barcelona.
Only steps away from Plaza Catalunya and the Ramblas with culture, restaurants and shops all within an easy stroll.
This beautiful 4 bedroom apartment will make the perfect base for any stay in Barcelona, whether you are here for business or pleasure.
The apartment has been completely reformed with a modern feel while maintaining much of the original character of the period. The original tiled flooring really adds an authentic feel.
The warm tones of living area provides you with a comfortable area from which to plan your trips around barcelona. The sofa converts into a double bed for the 9th guest. From this area, you have access to two of the bedrooms. Each of these bedrooms has 2 single beds. From the living area and both bedrooms have access to a street facing balcony.
The dining area connects the living and kitchen areas. There is plenty of space to enjoy some mediterranean cuisine with produce bought at the local markets and cooked in this fully equipped and modern kitchen.
Further along the hallway, you will find the 2 bathrooms, both with shower units and with fresh towels ready for use on arrival.
The spacious and stylish master bedroom can be found at the end of the hallway. This room is completed by the original marble fireplace (non-functioning). There is also access to another interior balcony. Leading from this bedroom, you will find the 4th bedroom which has 2 single beds - one stored under the other when not in use.
An unforgettable experience in Barcelona.
Conditions of stay
€400 (to be refunded upon departure and return of the apartment in good condition)
Refundable deposit for Monthly booking
€1,500 (to be refunded upon departure and return of the apartment in good condition)
Check-in / Checkout
Checkin after 15h, Checkout before 11h
Barcelona´s 19th century Eixample district is the birthplace of the Modernism movement where Antoni Gaudi is considered the leader. When looking to experience Barcelona´s world renowned reputation for leading 19th century architecture, this area is king. With all the Gaudi sites within reach like the grand and impressive famous Sagrada familia, the two famous Gaudi houses of La Perdera and Manzana de la Discordia, the sprawling Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau, you´ll spend hours rambling along and looking upwards. This grid-patterned area was created in the 19th century to accommodate the overflowing population from old Barcelona; luckily this coincided with Barcelona’s golden age of architecture.. Gaudí, Puig I Cadafalch, Domènech I Montaner were employed by the wealthy to build townhouses, each one more daring than the last…
The Eixample district is divided in two, the Eixample Dreta (right side) and Eixample Esquerra (left side), this divide is marked by Passeig de Gracia, a highly sophisticated shopping street…..
A large part of the Eixample’s attraction includes all the shops, restaurants, cafes and bars to be found… Passeig de Gracias alone will keep any visitor entertained for hours, but all the side streets are full of great stores, theatres, cafes with people everywhere, shopping, relaxing and enjoying an aperitif with friends and family…
EIXAMPLE ESQUERRA (LEFT)
This area of the Eixample was built at a later stage and contains some great marketplaces and some less well-known Modernista sights, however, there is still plenty going on in this area… with it’s lively, energetic atmosphere the night life is wonderful, with lots of bars and hot spots to visit while in Barcelona…
Although this side of the Eixmaple may not be teeming with elegant, must see landmarks it does have one or two treasures such as the Universtitat de Barcelona building, this is an elegant construction with very pleasant gardens and Cassa Boada and Casa Gofverichs build by one of Gaudí’s collaborators in the early 1900’s… …two markets in this area, generally frequented by locals are the Ninot and the Mercat de Sant Antoni; the latter converts into a second hand book market on Sunday mornings;