This lovely one-bedroom flat is located in Chamberí neighbourhood, so you will be able to get into Madrid centre in no time but also to easily escape from the hustle bustle.
It has modern decor and fashionable touches that will welcome you and make you feel at home. Once you enter, you will see the beautiful and spacious living room. After a day discovering the city, sit back and relax in the sofa while watching the flat-screen TV. There is a charming dining area, with a wooden table and four comfy chairs - enjoy meals together while discussing your favourite spots in Madrid. If you need to reply to some emails this table also converts into the perfect workspace and there´s high-speed wifi throughout the apartment.
The sofa turns into a comfortable double sofa-bed so you will be able to enjoy a great night’s sleep!
From the living room you can access the balcony so you will be able to take in some fresh air.
If you want to cook up a meal or two, you’ll find everything you need in the stylish fully-equipped kitchen. All the appliances are modern and easy to use, and include a coffee machine, oven, microwave and stove. Also, there is a dishwasher so you won’t need to worry about washing up.
In the kitchen you will also find a washing machine so you can keep all your clothes clean and fresh!
In the bedroom, get a wonderful night’s rest on the super comfortable double bed, fitted with fresh, luxury linens. There is also a wardrobe so you won’t have to live out of your suitcase; get unpacking and start feeling at home right away. In addition, an iron and ironing board are provided to ensure any smart clothing is always ready to go.
Freshen up in the modern bathroom - enjoy a soak in the lovely bathtub . White fluffy towels and shampoo are provided!
The property will be professionally cleaned before your stay!
Guests will have access to the entire apartment. It is paramount that you are respectful towards your neighbours.
INTERACTION WITH GUESTS
This property is looked after by Hostmaker; a property management service team who know Madrid like the back of their hand! You’ll be given a warm welcome at the home by a Hostmaker ambassador and if you have any questions about your stay, please get in touch through the channel platform.
With exciting new galleries and upmarket food stops appearing across the neighbourhood, Chamberí is most definitely experiencing it’s “moment” in recent years. This change is typified by the opening of the excellent Galería Machado-Muñoz in 2015, a contemporary design and furniture gallery with rolling exhibitions of incredible modern design. Despite its gentrification and move into being considered a trendy area, the neighbourhood still retains a certain authentic charm. Locations such as Plaza de Chamberí, with playgrounds for youngsters and meeting places for friends, and the Mercado de Chamberí, with fruit, veg, bread and meat stalls, show off the charm of the local area from a local perspective. For anyone interested in urban transport, the old Chamberí Metro station was closed in the 1960s but has been kept alive as a museum exploring the history of the city’s metro system. Chamberí is also considered the centre of Madrid’s Jewish population and is home to the city’s main Synagogue. Finally, film buffs may enjoy walking the streets of Chamberí and recognising locations from the films of Pedro Almodóvar, who often used the neighbourhood in his movies.
As far as great food is concerned, try beginning your day with a luxurious brunch at Perrachica, where beautifully prepared eggs benedict and crepes are the top choices. For a more casual dinner, try Tierra Burrito Bar for their Mexican inspired menu. Tierra is now a chain with many locations across the city, but Chamberí boasts the original location. For great seafood, you simply have to head to La Máquina de Chamberí and try the Bilbao-style salted sea bass or the grilled turbot. For a trendy drinking spot in the evening, head to Whitby for a New York-inspired bar, complete with rusted iron beans and filament bulb lighting. Fide is also a popular cerveceria with the local residents and has an excellent atmosphere, especially on the weekends.
Iglesia is the closest station to the apartment, just a two-minute walk away. This connects you to the L1 (blue line), meaning you can get to iconic Madrid sites in no time at all, such as Gran Vía, Cibeles or Puerta del Sol. There are also plenty of buses that will take you all over the city, the bus stop is Iglesia - located next to the tube station.
Getting to and from Madrid-Barajas Airport is very easy - the C1 train will quickly connect you to Madrid Chamartín Railway Station, from there you need to take L1 (blue line tube) to Iglesia’s station. From there to the apartment it’s just a two-minute walk away. This journey will take around 38 minutes!
OTHER THINGS TO NOTE
You will be required to present your ID/Passport upon arrival. In order to follow local regulations and to be able to register all our guests on the local police’s database, we will have to take pictures of ID documents for all guests. I hope this is not an inconvenient!Get the full listing »