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Offering accommodation for up to 3 guests, the contemporary Borne Pop Art Loft A Studio Apartment provides an ideal base in the Borne district of Barcelona.
Conveniently located within this sought after neighbourhood of the city, this apartment has been fashionably designed to create a bright and colourful atmosphere. The pop art décor and chic furnishings accentuate the open plan design with its exposed ceiling beams and light wooden floors. The living area, filled with natural light from the large windowed doors, has been carefully planned to maximise space. Here you will find a striking red sofa bed, flatscreen television and attractive dining table. The compact, yet substantial kitchen has everything you will need to prepare a simple meal for your guests.
Tall, white wardrobes skilfully divide the sleeping area from the living area, creating a private and tranquil haven. Furnished with a welcoming double bed and stylish bedside tables, the sleeping area is the perfect place to enjoy a good night’s rest. Completing this contemporary apartment is the stunning bathroom. A third gues can sleep upon the provided single sofa bed. Comprising of a toilet, sink and shower cubicle, the bathroom’s fresh, green coloured tiles emit a sense of luxury and indulgence.
The apartment is ideally situated in the fashionable Borne district of Barcelona. This popular area, once home to medieval jousting tournaments and executions, is now known for its blend of peaceful afternoons mixed with energetic nightlife. In the centre of the district is the Passeig del Born, a large avenue which is lined with shops, restaurants, bars and clubs. Just a few minutes away from the apartment is the Picasso Museum, displaying almost 4000 pieces of the famous artist’s work. Pablo Picasso spent much of his training and youth within the city, hence the reason for his museum being located here.
A short walk will take you to the Palace of Catalan Music (Palau de la Musica Catalana). Designed by architect Lluis Domenech i Montaner in the early 1900s, this striking building attracts over half a million visitors each year. Offering a wide selection of musical performances, including traditional Catalan song, the palace is a must see attraction. Also nearby is the stunning church of Santa Maria del Mar. Renowned for its uniquely spaced interior columns, which are said to be the widest of all the gothic churches in Europe, Santa Maria del Mar is a fine example of Catalan gothic architecture.