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This is a light and airy holiday apartment that you can find in the Gracia district, just minutes from the Eixample district, Casa Batllo, La Pedrera and Diagonal Avenue.
Take the lift up to the second floor to find your short stay hideaway. Armed with its own balcony this Barcelona holiday apartment is a great place to relax within an inviting and cosy space. Prepare a brew in the kitchen and take it out onto the balcony for some fresh air while you plan your days out in Barcelona whether for leisure or business. Or cook your daily meals and enjoy socialising together as you dine at the table. Luckily for the nights when you don’t feel like cooking you can always dine out at the nearby Passeig de Gracia which has a number of great restaurants. There is plenty of space for six people to stay here in the double bedroom, the twin room and on the two sofa beds. A large group needs lots of space for getting ready so queue the two bathrooms which are fully furnished; one has a shower while the other a bathtub. For unwinding after a busy day why not relax in the living room where you will find a sofa bed, a coffee table, a lamp and a wall painting.
Important information Please note that the photos are not of the actual apartment. The current photos give a fair idea of the final look and feel. Keep in mind that actual furniture and lay out may be slightly different. After this new accommodation has been furnished the actual high res photos will be uploaded.
Staying at this apartment ensures that you are amongst many locals as well as tourists and that the main city centre is close by for you to pop into whenever you want. The Gracia district was once a village and some of its localities still have that village feel, which is positively refreshing especially since you know that the centre is so close by. About a four minute walk away is Diagonal Avenue which leads onto the popular Passeig de Gracia which is great for shopping at designer and high street stores, eating out at lavish restaurants and visiting two Gaudi designed buildings, Casa Batllo and La Pedrera. Walking south on Passeig de Gracia will take you to the central Catalunya Square and from then on into the Ramblas and the Gothic Quarter where you can lose yourself in all the tourist fun and site seeing opportunities. If you fancy a cruise around the city then opt for the tour bus from the square which can take you to popular attractions such as the Montjuic, Camp Nou and the Magic Fountain.