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1 single bed, 1 double bed, 1 double sofa bed
- bed sofa
- bed linen & towels
- iron & ironing board
- washing machine
- DVD player
- satellite TV
- plasma TV
- visa, mastercard and amex accepted
- TDT television
- hob cooker (gas)
- coffee maker
- ADSL Cable (Complimentary)
- ADSL Wireless (Complimentary)
- wheelchair access
- partial air-conditioning
Located in Noviciado - Malasaña, just a few metres from Plaza de España and the Conde Duque area, well-known for its great cultural activity.
This charming apartment is located in a renovated building which maintains the characteristic layout of traditional Madrid architecture. The building is arranged around a courtyard with interior gallery, a design which has given this historical area its own unique ambience and lifestyle.
Access to the apartment is through the interior courtyard or "corrala", and it is located on the ground floor, allowing for greater independence. Once inside, to the left, guests will find a living room with a kitchen connected via a window that serves as a kitchen counter and has a folding table for meals. The living area is beautifully decorated, with an L-shaped white sofa bed facing an exposed brick wall fitted with a plasma TV. Down the corridor to the left there is a bathroom with a lovely shower. At the far end of the corridor is the bedroom with a large window looking onto the courtyard, providing natural light. The bedroom is very spacious, with twin beds, and exquisitely decorated in white and apple green. The result is a wonderful living space carefully planned down to the smallest detail. In order for four guests to share the apartment and be totally independent, the bedroom has been fitted with a comfortable double sofa and second TV set.
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
Malasaña is bordered by Calle Fuencarral, Calle San Bernardo and the Callao and Bilbao districts.
Malasaña is located between Chueca and Argüelles. Malasaña was the center of the famous Movida madrileña of the 70´s and 80´s. The neighborhood gives off a Madrileño flavor like no other and mixes the most modern and oldest styles in the same area. Few neighborhoods enjoy this Madrileño status where anything and everything goes with no discrimination.
The Plaza del Dos de Mayo is situated in the center of the neighborhood.
The area is comparable to Camden Town in London, the East Village in New York, Kreuzberg in Berlín, or the Barrio Alto in Lisbon.
Strolling through the neighborhood is a delight for the senses. There are hardly any vehicles in the area because vehicle access is very limited.
Malasaña is a youthful neighborhood full of cutting edge businesses focusing on the latest tendencies. The area is full of young clothing designers and their boutiques, eccentric coffee shops and bars with music until the wee hours of the night and quaint restaurants with fixed menus at good prices for quality food.
Noviciado is located between Calle San bernardo, Calle Alberto Aguilera, Gran Vía, Calle Princesa and the Calle Conde Duque. This peaceful area has a number of tapas bars. The impressive Conde Duque Barracks also dominates the area. There are reasonable priced good restaurants worth mentioning. Next to the Plaza de España, you will find small, exotic oriental restaurants. In the charming Plaza de Comendadoras, you will find a small group of bars with terraces ideal for having a beer or coffee. Furthermore, there are several bars in the area that frequently have concerts with independent local bands. Activities in both Malasaña and Novicado are usualy tied togetther.
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The light airy nature of the apartment and the fact that we were able to check in early. The location.
Xenia, United Kingdom 09 February 2012