A luxury apartment in the old Town
2 single beds, 1 double bed
- washing machine
- bed linen & towels
- iron & ironing board
- coffee press
- DVD player
- vitroceramic cooker
- coffee maker
- plasma TV
- visa, mastercard and amex accepted
- TDT television
- ADSL Cable (Complimentary)
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- partial air-conditioning
A wonderful attic in the Madrid of the ‘Austríacos’ which offers some impressive views from the terrace above the roofs of the old town of Madrid.
Its practical lay-out and its beautiful decoration make this flat a perfect choice.
The apartment is on the 6th floor of a building with an elevator. It has 2 bedrooms and one bathroom that make it possible for 4 people to stay. Furthermore, there is a beautiful terrace of 12 square meters.
Because of its high ceilings, this apartment conveys the impression of much space and is decorated in a way to create a very cozy atmosphere: a lot of wooden furniture, mostly original modernist style (for example the TV table and the leather sofa in the living room). This furniture is combined with modern pieces which aim at conveying comfort and simplicity.
The flat has two separate living areas – there is the main living room with a TV, double sofa, a table and an additional armchair and then there is the dining area, also perfect for relaxing with a second double sofa and an enormous mirror.
The main bedroom has a large double bed, which is decorated with a classical picture. You can also find a good desk in this room, which is perfect for those who have work to do during their stay in the apartment or even for those "wish you were here" postcards.
The second bedroom is also spacious and has two individual beds.
The bathroom is very functional and beautifully decorated. The floor is of a very original style, consisting of an imitation of polished cement, combined with modern furniture and glass.
The highlight of this apartment is without doubt the large terrace that consists of 12 square meters where you can enjoy one of the best views over the old part of Madrid. In summer days you can just relax in the sun or enjoy the beautiful sunsets.
This apartment is definitely an excellent choice for anyone who wants to experience Madrid to its maximum.
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
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.