Lots of light modern studio at Santa Ana¡¡
1 double sofa bed
- bed sofa
- bed linen & towels
- iron & ironing board
- vitroceramic cooker
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- TDT television
- coffee maker
- induction fire
- plasma TV
- visa, mastercard and amex accepted
- only foot/taxi access
Elegant and cosy, simple and practical, this apartment has all it takes to make a perfect stay, either for one person or a couple, enjoying one of Madrid´s key sites.
The area surrounding the Apartment:
¿Planning to visit Madrid and want to be in the heart of the city? ¿Want to visit the most impressive museums, to walk trough those historic little streets, try the famous tapas at the typical restaurants, going out to the best pubs… and more? So you’ve got to be there! And Santa Ana Apartment is the option.
Located at the well known Santa Ana Square, this is the perfect place for those who are willing to stay in the middle of Madrid´s historic and turistic centre. Although the apartment is surrounded by the most centric Metro stations, getting on the metro can be avoided. Within only a few minutes walk you can reach the main Museums (Reina Sofía, Prado, Thyssen), the most visited and emblematic turistic sites such as the Plaza Mayor, Puerta del Sol, Palacio Real or the Gran Vía –something like Madrid´s Broadway where you can find lots of theatres and cinemas- and neighbourhoods such as La Latina, famous for their cultural and night life.
Just cross the main door, walk any side down the street and Madrid is all there!
Elegance and style make of the Santa Ana apartment the perfect place either for a couple or a visit by your own. Stay cosy and comfortable. Third floor without elevator
With modern furniture, predominant white colours and a large window leading to the famous Huertas St, this Studio of 30 m2 turns to be a spacious, comfortable and luminous place.
The Santa Ana apartment has got all you need to make your stay perfect, besides its great location. The Studio is completely equipped with a very practical sofa bed, a modern kitchen fitted to size, the bathroom with its shower and steel made furniture and, of most importance, high speed Internet connection.
Conditions of stay
€200 (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
Included in all prices
- Not allowed: Feesten, Huisdieren
- Optional Extras: Baby Cot
The neighborhood of La Latina is known as the Austrian or the Habsburg Madrid, it is the oldest part of town, the medieval and Renaissance Madrid. Its name comes from the Austrian Habsburg dynasty, which reigned in Spain until 1700 and to which belongs to the important kings Philip II and Carlos I. The zone incorporates the small streets around the Calle Mayor, the Plaza de la Villa, where you find the City Council, the plaza de la Paja and the Plaza Mayor.
This neighborhood has a charm that makes it a favorite of both tourists and the local people of Madrid. It is one of the neighborhoods that provides the richest sense of authenticity and the real identity of Madrid. It is also surrounded, without the need for long journeys, with a long list of museums, cinemas, theaters and emblematic monuments where you can experience the culture of Madrid, both rich and varied. A mere two minutes walk from the emblematic sites of Plaza Mayor and Puerta del Sol, Royal Palace, the Gran Via and the Retiro Park. The metro station in La Latina is at the heart of this neighborhood, making it the most efficient and easy way of getting to the area particularly due to its high traffic and busy pedestrian streets.
From the Iglesia de San Francisco el Grande you can go all the way to the Carrera de San Francisco. The Plaza San Andrés is dominated by the dome of the chapel of San Isidro, which houses the museum of the same name. The museum shows much of the history of Madrid, from its beginnings as a fortress to its birth as a Muslim metropolis. The Museum of the Chapel of San Isidro also recounts the archaeological past of the city. It also contains an art exhibition and the traditions associated with the patron saint of Madrid, San Isidro.
The street Cava Baja, close to here, has excellent restaurants, among them the renowned Lucio. In the Plaza de la Cebada originally the local market, which was demolished in 1956 and rebuilt as we see it today. From there, look for the calle Almendro and the famous tavern with the same name. Not far away is Plaza de Cascorro, in the heart of the popular street there is a Sunday market held, the Rastro: the outdoor market well known throughout Spain, which takes place every Sunday.