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Accommodating up to 4 guests, the stylish Liceu Loft Studio A Apartment provides an ideal base close to the bustling La Rambla.
Set on the first floor of an authentic 18th century building, this studio apartment effortlessly blends traditional with modern. Authentic Catalan vault ceilings highlight the spacious, open plan design. The living area, lined with attractive wooden flooring and furnished with a large sofa bed, coffee table and flatscreen television, opens up onto a delightful balcony. This beautiful, outdoor area is the perfect place to enjoy a morning cup of coffee or a glass of wine in the evening. The contemporary kitchen is fully equipped with everything you will need to create a home cooked meal for your guests, which can be eaten together in comfort at the roomy dining table.
Situated to the rear of the apartment are two cosy, single beds, providing a welcome retreat in which to relax following a busy day of visiting the city’s array of attractions. A light, refreshing bathroom, comprising of a toilet, a sink and a shower cubicle, completes this stylish accommodation.
This apartment occupies a perfect location just minutes away from the vibrant La Rambla. Spanning over an impressive 1.2 km, Barcelona’s most famous street is lined with leafy green trees and flows through the heart of the city centre. Commencing at the Plaza de Catalunya and finishing at the renowned Christopher Columbus monument, La Rambla hosts an array of souvenir shops, cafes, restaurants and magnificent buildings. As the name suggests, the apartment is just a short walk away from one of Europe’s largest opera houses, the Liceu Theatre. This striking building, which is home to world class opera performances, attracts thousands of visitors each year.
Literally along the street you will find the Barcelona’s most popular market La Boqueria. A hive of activity, this friendly market dates back to the early 1200s and offers a huge selection of local produce amongst the hundreds of stalls. Also nearby, and worthy of a visit, is the Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art. Designed by American architect Richard Meier the museum, which opened to the public in 1995, displays a large collection of art from the mid-20th century onwards.