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If you are looking for somewhere stylish and central for your short stay in Barcelona then why not book this fantastic studio apartment?
The apartment accommodates up to 4 guests by providing not only a comfortable double bed but also a convenient two person sofa bed in the main studio living space. A flat screen TV is also provided here to keep everyone entertained if you should decide to stay in for an evening.
A fully fitted kitchen means you don’t have to eat out in the city every day. Waking up to a full home cooked breakfast makes for a perfect holiday morning. You just need to decide amongst yourselves who is going to do the cooking.
A private bathroom in the apartment incorporates a shower, sink and toilet.
A wonderful private balcony adds a little more space to the apartment and is ideal for grabbing a little quiet time with a good book or a glass of wine.
Please note that the current photos here are not of the actual apartment. The photos displayed provide a fair idea of the final look and feel. Keep in mind that actual furniture and lay out may be slightly different. After this new accommodation has been furnished the actual high resolution photos will be uploaded. Thank you for your patience.
You will find the apartment located in the popular Gracia neighbourhood. Known for its famous bohemian vibe and designer shopping opportunities, there are lots of interesting places to explore right on your doorstep.
With more than its fair share of trendy bars and restaurants to frequent you may not need the kitchen in the apartment at all during your holiday in town. Be sure to pop along to the nearby Plaza del Sol and join the local community in the late afternoon sun shine for a bite to eat and a refreshing cool beer. This is the perfect place to do a little people watching. You will witness a broad cross section of Catalan society here and it’s the perfect place to congregate before a night out on the town. Indeed night-owls are certainly in the right place. There are lots of night time possibilities to explore here.
The adjacent Eixample district is the place to see the city’s famed relatively modern architecture. Gaudi’s fantastically creative building designs litter the area including his famous Cassa Batllo and Cassa Mila on Passeig de Gracia. No visit to Barcelona is complete of course without at least one visit to the unforgettable Sagrada Familia. Not everyone adores Gaudi’s constructions of course. Indeed many people absolutely detest them. The Sagrada Familia has been under construction since 1882. It’s up to you to decide if this is a masterpiece of human creativity or a design that’s gone horribly wrong. It remains a place of worship, despite the constant building work going on. Check the official website to find public opening times to avoid disappointment.