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Ideally located just a few minutes away from Barcelona’s famous Sagrada Familia, this stunning two bedroom apartment comfortably accommodates up to 6 guests.
Occupying a prime position close to one of the city’s most popular attractions, this apartment provides an ideal base from which your adventures and explorations can commence. Featuring an effortless blend of traditional Catalan vault ceilings mixed with modern day furnishings, the apartment ensures you have a stylish, yet authentic place in which to relax and unwind following an action packed day.
The living room, which consists of a comfy sofa bed and a flatscreen television, is enhanced by beautifully exposed brickwork and dark wooden floors. The bright kitchen is where you will find everything that you need to enable you to prepare a home cooked meal, which can be enjoyed together with your companions at the elegant dining table.
The two bedrooms, which each contain two cosy single beds and roomy wardrobes, both emit a peaceful ambiance, creating the model setting for a good night’s rest. The fresh and modern bathroom is fitted with a toilet, sink and shower cubicle. Completing this stunning abode is the apartment’s charming balcony, where you can sit and appreciate a refreshing glass of beer or wine in the evenings.
Two more people can be accommodated for an extra charge. A security deposit and a cleaning fee will be required upon check in. Tourist tax in Barcelona amounts Euro 0,72 per person per night (with a maximum of 7 nights) and is applicable to guests older than 16 years of age. The tourist tax is to be paid in cash upon arrival. Extra costs could be charged for late check in and check out. There is an additional cleaning cost Euro 50
License number: HUTB-001920
Conveniently situated within close proximity to a number of shops, cafes and restaurants, this apartment is perfectly positioned within the sought after Eixample district of Barcelona. Renowned for its modernist architecture and well-known landmarks, the neighbourhood was originally created to accommodate the ever increasing population of the city centre. Characterised by its long and wide, tree lined avenues, when viewed from above the Eixample district takes the formation of huge octagonal urban blocks, set in a strict grid like formation.
Literally across the street, you will find one of Barcelona’s top tourist attractions, the magnificent La Sagrada Familia. Designed by the famous, local architect Antoni Gaudi, this stunning basilica is amazingly still a work in progress, even though construction first began back in the late 1800s. La Sagrada Familia attracts visitors from all over the globe and is an attraction not to be missed. Also nearby is the impressive, former bull fighting arena – the Monumental, which is definitely worthy of a visit. This gigantic arena hosted the last ever bullfight in Catalonia and is used nowadays as a venue for public events and concerts.