Luxurious and elegant
1 single bed, 1 double bed
- washing machine
- DVD player
- bed linen & towels
- iron & ironing board
- vitroceramic cooker
- coffee maker
- king sized bed 180 x 200
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- TDT television
- plasma TV
A luxurious apartment in a listed building from the 1930's.
Decorated with Art Deco touches which combines perfectly with the modern refurbishment.
This spacious and luxurious two bedroom apartment has been completely refurbished with style and attention to detail. Located on Avenida Diagonal, next to Passeig de Gracia you are only steps away from some of the most exclusive shopping in Barcelona. While the apartment provides guests with an oasis of tranquility, restaurants, bars and some of the top tourist attractions are just a few minutes away.
Entering into the living area, the tasteful mix of modern and art deco furnishing complements the original exposed brick vaulted ceiling.
Leading from the living/dining area the sunny and furnished terrace is the perfect place to fully appreciate the mediterranean climate.
The open plan kitchen area is fully equipped with everything that any aspiring chef would need.
The bright and spacious master bedroom has a comfortable double bed and walk-in wardrobe space for guests belongings. The en-suite bathroom is modern and sleek and comes complete with walk-in shower.
The second bedroom has a single bed and access to the second full bathroom.
Fresh towels and linens are provided for your stay.
On the same floor you will find the Deco B and C apartments for friends or families who wish to travel together whilst still maintaining privacy.
There is also an additional unit with double bed and en-suite bathroom which can be rented along with any of the Deco apartments for an additional 2 guests.
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 12h
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;