Luxury in the heart of the city
1 double bed, 2 double sofa beds
Plaza de España
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
- ADSL Cable (Complimentary)
- plasma TV
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- visa, mastercard and amex accepted
- wheelchair access
- TDT television
- partial air-conditioning
Situated on the top floor and flooded with natural light, this luxury duplex features a very quiet and private rooftop terrace.
Centrally located, the apartment also benefits from having everything within easy walking distance. In a quiet street adjacent to Plaza de España and Gran Vía, this apartment is less than 5 minutes walk from six different Metro stations. Madrid has one of the best Metro systems in the world however you may not need to use it at all. Just a short walk along Gran Vía, one of the city´s main shopping and theatre avenues, will bring you close to Puerta del Sol, Chueca, Plaza de Cibeles, and the Prado, Reina Sofía and Thyssen Bornemisza museums. An even shorter walk across Plaza de España will take you to the Royal Palace, the Opera House and Plaza Mayor. El Mercado de los Mostenses, one of the city´s best food markets, is just at the end of the street.
Hidden away behind an original 19th century street façade, this modern architect-designed duplex apartment is accessed by a lift which takes you up to the rooftop private entrance on the 4th floor.
With new oak floors and a controllable lighting system installed throughout, the apartment has been designed and furnished to a very high standard and features a collection of original mid 20th century furniture.
Comprising 123 sq metres set on two levels, upstairs it has two double bedrooms with spacious wardrobes and two en suite marble bathrooms, one of which contains a bathtub. 'Fine quality bed linen and towels come provided and there is a another half bathroom on the lower level. With the double sofa bed in the downstairs lounge, the apartment has the overall capacity to accommodate up to 6 people.
The large separate kitchen is fully equipped and features the latest luxury appliances from SMEG and AEG.
The spacious lounge with open fireplace has full height sliding doors which lead out onto a 16 sq metre terrace where you can enjoy outside private dining surrounded by lemon and olive trees.
Air Conditioning, ADSL, Sony LCD TV and DVD are all provided.
NOT ALLOWED: PARTIES, PETS, SMOKING, BARBECUES, FIRES
Plaza de España Mad
At the end of Gran Via you will find Plaza Espana. Plaza Espana is surrounded by serveral building that once held the record for the tallest building, both here in Madrid and also in Europe. Two such buildings are Tower of Madrid and the Spain Building, and they represent examples of 1950 arcatecture. The skyscrapers of Plaza Espana also share a setting with more traditional and historic monuments of Madrid. Here you will find sculptures that pay homage to Cervantes by representing the classic personages of Don Quijote and Sancho Panza. You will find the sculptures beautifully nestled among the enormous gardens of the Plaza. Plaza Espana is one the largest plazas in the city and is a great example of peaceful multiculturalism.
Plaza Espana borders West Park from Paseo de Moret and goes as far as Rosales Street. This enormous park is one of the largest green areas in the city. Close to the Plaza Espana you will find the Debot Temple. This Egyptian temple was a gift from Egypt and was provided to thank Spain for their contribution in building the Assuan Dam. The temple was transferred stone by stone to Spain, from Eygpt. From this beautiful sanctuary you can witness some of the best views in the city, which incompasses the royal palace, the Campo del Moro and ends at the Manzanares River. A few meters from here you can have a interesting and colourful aerial view of the city by taking the old cable car. In the end of Rosales Street you will find large brick buildings that make up some of the most expensive residential areas when measured by cost per square meter.