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Boasting a contemporary design, a central location and a fantastic roof terrace, this one bedroom apartment makes the ultimate Barcelona base for four guests.
This fashionable residence inhabits the atmospheric avenues of the Gothic Quarter, allowing you to reach such popular tourist hotspots as La Rambla and Plaza de Catalunya with ease. Featuring striking vaulted ceilings, sleek wooden floors, fresh white décor and modern furnishings, the lodging appears chic and inviting throughout.
Flooded with natural light, the bright living area encourages total relaxation after the day’s events, comprising of a flatscreen TV and a convertible sofa. A range of culinary treats can be prepared in the fully fitted kitchen, offering a cost effective alternative to dining out, with a trendy table on hand for enjoying home cooked meals together. A wall of exposed brick leads into the bedroom, which shares the apartment’s tasteful flair and consists of a double bed and storage cupboards. The smart bathroom concludes the interior with a sink, toilet and shower. The dwelling also benefits from a wonderful roof terrace, combining the option of al fresco dining and private sunbathing with spectacular views across the neighbourhood.
License number: HUTB-012205
Located in the ever popular Gothic Quarter, this Barcelona apartment enables instant admission to several interesting venues, ranging from the stunning Santa Eulalia Cathedral to the pulsating La Rambla. Renowned as the city’s most famous thoroughfare, the latter can be reached in just two minutes on foot, granting entrance to a colourful environment overflowing with activity. Aside from the customary tourist traps, La Rambla does possess a few establishments worth visiting, most notably the intoxicating La Boqueria Market and the prestigious Liceu Theatre.
A brief stroll north of the accommodation will guide you out of the hustle and bustle and into the calm of the Eixample, a sprawling district renowned for its breathtaking Modernist architecture. In the opposite direction lies Barcelona’s rejuvenated waterfront, home to the city aquarium and the massive retail and entertainment complex of Maremagnum.