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The stylish and functional Paseo de Gracia Deluxe will ensure a memorable sojourn. The accommodation hosts 4 guests and it is situated in the Gràcia district, few minutes from Barcelona’s city centre.
Paseo de Gracia Deluxe will make you feel like being at home: elegantly furnished, well arranged, comfortable and quiet, this apartment presents high ceilings, a solid wooden floor and pastel painted walls discreetly decorated with nice prints.
The accommodative space features a living area, fitted out with a double sleeping sofa, a couch and a little table with a flatscreen TV.
The dining area is defined by a spacious table with four chairs and it is set in a well brightened corner.
The interiors of the apartment are abundantly illuminated by a generous window, providing also a tranquil view.
A relaxing and peaceful retreat is made by the bedroom, featuring a double bed, nightstands and wall reading lamps.
The kitchen comes supplied with all the utmost quality utensils and implements you may need to prepare your own delicious meals, plus an oven and a microwave, while the bathroom is ample and sophisticatedly, provided with a bath-tub, a shower, a large sink and a toilet, all enclosed in an intimate setting.
Paseo de Gracia Deluxe is located in the centre of Barcelona: as the name suggests, you will enviably sojourn in a refined neighborhood, at a walking distance from the prestigious Eixample district.
Gràcia is one of the most central districts of Barcelona, being part of the Eixample neighborhood, and hosting along its beautiful streets many of the most attractive landmarks of the city, such as the celebrated Parc Güell, one of Gaudì’s first architectonic works, or the Passeig de Gràcia itself, a wide avenue delineating the core of the quarter.
Plaça del Sol square, a true meeting point for many locals, was conceived in 1840 and it is today one of Gràcia’s busiest and biggest spots, always full with tourists at every hour of the day and of the night.
Preserving a unique charm, the Gràcia district was an independent Catalan village from late 1600 up until the beginning of 1900. Today, its cheerful and elegant streets and alleys still treasure all the original beauty and all the peculiar history of the area.
By far, this area of Barcelona’s historical centre is extremely well connected to other parts of the city, offering a well organized bus and metro service that will allow you to easily reach La Barceloneta and Ciutat Vella in few minutes.
The nearby Eixample district of Barcelona is characterized by extravagant buildings, conceived to define all the Catalan Modernism’s standards, a movement born in the nineteenth century.
Catalan architect Antoni Gaudì has left his prominent mark here: Casa Milà, better known as La Pedrera, Casa Batlló, the Sagrada Familia cathedral, a modern Catalan Basilica with no equals in Europe, are just few of the many masterpieces that area totally worth a visit when sojourning in such a central area of Barcelona.