Great apartment & location in the citycenter. Full renovated apartment with no decoration: the apartment is great! The building dates from 1865 so you will explore and ancient apartment with modern taste. Second floor without elevator. Walking distance anywhere. Good connections to Atocha RailwayStation (15min subway) and Airport (35-40min subway too); Subway Line number 3, 1, 2 and 4 within 7 min walking distance! The living room is facing a cozy Plaza del Rastrillo Square.
The apartment has been totally renovated. It is on the second floor of three floors + attic. The building has an historical staircase that is preserved by the Townhall. The kitchen and one double bedroom are facing east in a calm courtyard. There is one toilet and sink separated from the apartment besides one bathroom with two sinks, shower and sauna. The living room is facing a very nice and alive square in the heart of Malasaña neighborhood. There is also a second bedroom which is connected to the living room and corridor.
Kitchen has microwave, owen, vitroceramic hob, dishwasher, fridge, laundry machine and clothes horse. All bedrooms have many built-in wardrobes. Living room has a 46 "TV, three seats sofa and classical wingchair besides air-conditioning. There is WiFi in the apartment, heating system in the whole apartment and air conditioning in the living room (enough for the whole apartment!). No pets neither parties are strictly allowed.
WiFi is always included. For stays longer than one month, utilities and expenses (water, electricity, gas) are including up to € 100 / month.
You gotta love it, Madrid's Malasaña neighborhood. It's trendy and teeming with hipsters, but laid-back at the same time. A creative hub that's always alive and kicking. From early morning to late at night, colorful Madrilenians talk on street corners and walk their dogs between tattoo parlors and barbershops.
There are many reasons to love this neighborhood. Here, our lovely Madrid local Brian lists five of them.
1.- The colorful and unpolished streets
Just navigating the streets of this neighborhood is food for the senses. You'll feel a local and urban vibe that's both refreshing and inspiring. Lamp posts are covered in colorful stickers, while façades, street corners and shop shutters are clad in street art.
A large number of dogs frequent these streets, their owners enjoying the sunny weekends with cold beers and gourmet burgers at the small squares. Unpolished and authentic, Malasaña has an addictive atmosphere that will make you come back for more!
2.- The feast of funky coffees
Whether you're looking for a quick takeaway or a place to relax with a good cup of coffee, Malasaña offers a funky mix of coffee hotspots, most of which turn into bars in the later hours.
Many are located near the small square, Plaza de San Ildefonso. From here, you can spot The Bicycle, which sums up the neighborhood in a nutshell. It's a hip and creative bike-themed work coffee where you can spend hours between laptops and lattes.
And just down the street, on the corner of Calle del Barco and Calle Puebla, you'll find a more homely atmosphere inside the cozy, retro-style Café de La Luz.
Another not-to-be-missed street is Calle Espíritu Santo. Travel back in time among the vintage wonders of Lolina, get your sugar hit with a cupcake at Happy Day or go on a half-hour holiday at Holiday Cocktail Bar. For one of the best takeaway coffees in the city, drop by Bianchi Kiosko Caffé at Calle San Joaquín 9.Get the full listing »