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The ultra stylish Gothic Loft Deluxe D provides comfortable and authentic lodgings for up to six guests, superbly situated in Barcelona’s historic heart of the Gothic Quarter.
Idyllically positioned just metres from the city’s stunning cathedral, this two bedroom dwelling places you directly in the centre of the action, within close proximity of a wealth of prime attractions. Sleek, fashionable and contemporary, the apartment resides in a beautiful neoclassical 18th century building.
A recent refurbishment has totally transformed this fantastic abode into a fashionable holiday home, whilst reverently preserving some of the original elements, including the exquisite ceiling beams. The living area is cosy and peaceful, complimented by a convertible sofa, design chair and flat screen TV, presenting a homely environment for unwinding with your fellow companions. The exceptionally unique kitchen supplies a range of premium amenities for impressing your guests with your culinary skills, with the elegant dining table providing a sociable setting for indulging in such delicious treats. The two bedrooms are attractively styled and suitably serene, encouraging a good night’s sleep, comprised of two sumptuous double beds in total. The smart bathroom completes this charismatic residence, and contains a sink, toilet and spacious shower unit.
This Barcelona apartment affords a desirable location in the historical heart of the city centre, situated in the enigmatic Gothic Quarter. Originating as a typical Roman village, this beautiful and labyrinthine neighbourhood still exhibits remnants of its glorious past, whilst simultaneously displaying modern, commercial structures that blend together charismatically. Allow yourself to wander through the meandering cobbled alleyways and get lost in this enchanting neighbourhood, soaking up the ancient atmosphere and stumbling across hidden churches, cosy cafes and authentic restaurants. Literally around the corner from your doorstep lies one of the most spectacular buildings in the city, Barcelona’s Santa Eulalia Cathedral, exhibiting a striking neo-Gothic exterior and famed for its resident gaggle of geese.
The district is also renowned for its sprinkling of quaint squares, including the Plaza del Pi that hosts a local famer’s market twice a month, the popular Plaza Sant Josep Oriol, perfect for a rejuvenating bite to eat or refreshing beverage, and the tranquil and attractive Sant Felip Neri, which still bears the scars of one of the worst bomb attacks in Barcelona’s history. After an afternoon strolling through the seemingly ceaseless passages, take a walk south to the city’s old harbour and breathe in the fresh sea air, and perhaps enjoy a delicious meal in one of the many available restaurants or an evening of entertainment at the resident IMAX theatre.