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Accommodating up to 6 guests, the charming two bedroom Gothic Loft Deluxe D Apartment is ideally located in the Gothic Quarter of Barcelona.
Positioned on the fourth floor of a striking 18th century building, this apartment provides the perfect base for you and your guests. Exposed ceiling beams and beautiful wooden floors highlight the open plan design, creating an effortless blend of modern and traditional. The living area, furnished with a large sofa bed, quirky armchair, coffee table and flatscreen television, appreciates the natural light provided by the attractive French doors. From here, you can access the apartment’s delightful balcony, offering stunning views over the neighbourhood. The chic, sophisticated kitchen is fully equipped with everything needed to prepare a home cooked meal which can be enjoyed at the roomy dining table.
Both of the spacious bedrooms, comprising each of an inviting double bed and bedside tables, are light and airy - the ideal setting for a good night’s sleep following a hectic day visiting Barcelona’s wealth of attractions. Completing this charming apartment is the luxurious, elegantly designed bathroom, consisting of a toilet, sink and shower cubicle.
Conveniently situated within close proximity of several restaurants, cafes and shops and not far from the bustling La Rambla, this apartment occupies a perfect position within the Barri Gotic district (Gothic Quarter) of Barcelona. Brimming with history and at the heart of the city, this medieval area was built upon Roman Foundations. Encapsulating the city’s impressive past and only a short walk away is The City History Museum. Housed within a 15th century gothic palace, the museum grants access to an underground network of passageways exposing the ancient remains of the Roman city of Barcino.
Also nearby, and one of Barcelona’s most popular attractions, is the magnificent Santa Eulalia Cathedral. Originally created in the 13th Century, this stunning building offers visitors the chance to marvel at striking displays of exquisite architecture. The cathedral’s peaceful cloister is famous for its resident white geese, the ancestors of which have lived here for almost five centuries. Another attraction just a short walk away is the renowned Sant Juame Square. Here, crowds gather on a Sunday afternoon to view the display of authentic Sardana dancing performed by traditional Catalan people.