Special Check-in policy, please read carefully Landlord Policies section
A modern two bedroom apartment with one bathroom located in Numancia, a charming street in the Les Corts neighbourhood. This welcoming home is exterior and very bright, and has a total floor area of 65 sqm. This fantastic apartment will make a great home for a group of friends or a small family wanting to live in a well-connected residential area where you can experience the real Barcelona.
This apartment is exterior and is located on the fourth floor of a building equipped with an elevator. Rent includes power, water, gas, Wi-Fi, heating, bed linen and towels. There is central heating and air-conditioning available. You can dry your washing using the dryer. One cleaning service will be provided when you leave the apartment at no additional cost. Minimum stay: 30 days / 1 month
The closest metro stations is Les Corts (L3), located 500m from the apartment.
The Landlord speaks English and doesn't live on the property. One month security deposit is required. Smoking and pets are not permitted. Rent should be paid by credit card or bank transfer. Check In rules: Please note that check-in hours are from at 15:00h to 20:00h. If you arrive before 15:00h, you can leave your luggage at the central office. Please note that check-ins after 20:00 will happen at the apartment, not the reception, and comes with a 40€ additional fee. The reception hours are from 10:00 to 20:00 h.
Suitable for: Professionals, Couples, Families, Students, Erasmus
Situated on Barna's southwest corner between Sarria and Montjüic, Les Corts started as a small village with fertile lands and Roman-era, and even Ibera ruins where the Jardins de Can Batllori are located. Three neighborhoods comprise this district: the largest, Les Corts; Maternitat, and Pedralbes, the smallest, yet one of the city's most exclusive. The Camp Nou, Barça's stadium and Europe's largest, is located in this area. The museum located in the complex is the second most-visited in the city. A little bit farther north is la Avinguda de Diagonal, with tons of stores awaiting you, not just stand-alone establishments, but also the Illa Diagonal and Pedralbes Central malls, which in 1989 became Barcelona's first mall. If you cross Diagonal, you'll be in Pedralbes's fanciest zone with its majestic homes and the Monasteri de Pedralbes, where if you enter, will feel as if you had left the bullicious city.