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Located in the beautiful Eixample district, adjacent to the most prestigious avenue in Barcelona, the Paseo de Gracia Deluxe A offers modern and homely lodgings for up to four guests.
This delightful one bedroom abode employs soft, neutral tones, elegant wooden floors and a relaxed and hospitable ambience to create a satisfying home away from home experience for you and your guests. Simple and stylish throughout, the apartment benefits from all the characteristics of this popular and attractive neighbourhood; efficient design, high ceilings and plentiful natural light.
The living area features double patio doors, elegant cabinets, a flat screen TV and a modern sofa, which converts easily into a sleeping spot for two guests. This welcoming environment is also home to the sleek dining table, equipped with seating for four, where you can convene with your fellow companions and enjoy a sophisticated evening feast. The tasteful and fully functioning kitchen supplies everything you require for preparing such culinary treats. The calming bedroom radiates serenity, comprising of a generous double bed plus storage cupboards to stow your personal belongings. Finally, the charming bathroom adopts charismatic tiled floors and contains a shower, toilet and soothing bathtub.
The Paseo de Gracia is one of the most exclusive and fashionable avenues in Barcelona, placing you in a prime position for discovering the city’s elite boutiques and shopping venues. In addition to the renowned designer stores of Gucci and Louis Vuitton, this prestigious boulevard is also home to some of the city’s most stunning examples of Modernist architecture, including a diverse collection from the creative imaginations of Antoni Gaudi and his contemporaries. Two of the most famous examples are Casa Batllo, displaying an undulating facade that has a total disregard for straight lines, and the equally remarkable Casa Mila, which epitomises Gaudi’s distinctive organic style through its entire construction of natural stones.
Barcelona’s central core of Plaza de Catalunya is a mere ten minutes stroll away, granting immediate access to the historic city centre, divided into the nightlife hotspot of Raval, the enchantment of the shadowy Gothic Quarter and the hip and trendy Born neighbourhood. Slicing directly through the heart of Ciutat Vella is the elongated La Rambla Avenue, brimming with cafes, restaurants, stalls and literally thousands of visitors, which stretches all the way to the glistening waters of the Mediterranean.