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Residing in the heart of Barcelona’s most enigmatic quarter, the Gothic Loft A provides exceptionally stylish lodgings for up to four guests.
Inhabiting a beautiful Neoclassical building, this one bedroom charmer has successfully blended the past with the present, preserving authentic features and adding a modern twist to create a unique and charismatic holiday apartment. Vaulted ceilings and striking wooden floors adorn the attractive living and dining space, which is saturated in natural light and fully equipped for total satisfaction. The chic sofa effortlessly converts into a double sleeping spot or can be utilised for curling up in front of the flat screen TV, provided for a cosy evening’s entertainment.
The impressive stainless steel kitchen unit enhances the room’s trendy, contemporary vibe and includes a deluxe set of amenities for preparing delicious Catalan dishes or your favourite meals from home, with a graceful table on hand for hosting such culinary occasions. Snug and inviting, the bedroom is located at the back of the abode for increased peacefulness and contains a comfortable double bed plus access to the en suite bathroom, equally appealing in design and comprising of a sink, toilet and shower unit.
Regarded as the birthplace of modern day Barcelona, the atmospheric Gothic Quarter exudes an irresistible character and a true sense of history, populated by several medieval monuments and Roman remnants. This incredibly rich district is also the perfect locale for fans of nightlife, as some of the city’s premier nightclubs and live music venues call the neighbourhood home, particularly highly concentrated in the quarter’s numerous squares or plazas. This Barcelona apartment enjoys a fruitful position in the heart of this endearing barrio within metres of Plaza Nova, known for its inclusion of the ancient city wall, enabling immediate admission to the entire Ciutat Vella.
A few minutes on foot will deliver you into the pulsating environment of La Rambla, an extended thoroughfare that connects Plaza de Catalunya to the waterfront, which is a constant source of activity and animation. Welcoming thousands of tourists and indeed locals on a daily basis, La Rambla is brimming with souvenir stalls, cafes, and innovative street performers, and also boasts Barcelona’s most famous market, La Boqueria. This intoxicating explosion of colour and fragrance offers an exclusive insight into typical Catalan life, allowing you to absorb the friendly ambience and indulge in mouth watering local delicacies.