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This delightful 2-bedroom city pad is ideal for up to 4 guests visiting Barcelona on a business trip or simply for pleasure.
Spacious and immaculately presented, this excellent short stay apartment certainly ticks all the right boxes for your visit. Why stay in pokey hotel rooms when you can live together all under one roof in such comfortable surroundings at a potentially cheaper price?
You will find a cool creamy décor throughout the apartment with stunning wooden floorboards and contemporary furniture. Relax in the open living room area upon the big comfy sofa and enjoy the flat screen TV also provided.
Head over to the attractive dining table and chairs to enjoy mealtimes together in comfort. A fully equipped kitchen provides you with everything you need to whip up some delicious meals for yourself and your guests during your holiday.
The two private bedrooms are fitted with a double bed in one room and two singles in the second. The décor here is again deliciously simple, so perfect for encouraging restful sleep during your stay. The apartment also has a private bathroom fitted with a bath, sink and two toilets.
Accessed via a lift, this impressive 4th floor apartment is completely air conditioned for your comfort.
Located in the Les Corts district just west of Eixample and Barcelona Old Town, the apartment boasts a welcoming less touristy situation to enable you to unwind in style.
There are plenty of things to see and do only a short distance away including the fantastic architecture of neighbouring Eixample. No one has left a more indelible mark on the city more than the great designer Antoni Gaudi. With his often colourful creations he stamped the city with a dynamic artistic identity adored by millions around the world. His most famous creation is Sagrada Familia, a breathtakingly unique building which remains under construction some 130 years after work first began. Gaudi certainly never lived long enough to see the final structure and its looking like the rest of us might not too. It is said that plans were left to enable the building to be finished without him however the strangely calamitous mass that stands today seems as though it might have been designed by committee. However some people are die-hard Gaudi fans and they declare the building to be truly beautiful whilst to others however it resembles a pile of mashed swede. It’s up to you to pop along to make your own mind up. There will be no shortage of people around the building for you to discuss your decision and the structure’s artistic merits.
The apartment also takes its name from the huge Camp Nou Stadium which is located to the west of the apartment and is certainly worth visiting. Football fans will know this is home to F.C. Barcelona and enjoy a tour of the building which also includes a visit to the sparkling trophy room.
Grab a picnic and enjoy the open grassy spaces in the city. There’s lots to choose from but the classy 11 acre Parc de l’Espanya Industrial has a certain charm that comes recommended. With its unusual ‘watchtowers’ and artificial lake it makes a great setting for a restful afternoon.