Bedroom 1 has a single bed and a nightstand, and an open wardrobe. The room is tastefully decorated in warming, cosy tones, and has a full length mirror and paintings on the walls. The best feature of the room is the lovely old writing desk. The window opens to the interior patio.
A room is available to rent in this lovely 2-bedroom apartment shared with the live-in landlord and his gorgeous dog, Patras. The apartment has a large kitchen with lots of space for food preparation and storage, and a gas oven and stove, plus a double sink. There is also a washing machine and dryer. The living room is large and bright, and has a dining table that can seat 4, a huge, very comfortable looking sofa, and a big flatscreen TV.
The apartment is in a very nice area of the city, surrounded by loads of restaurants, bars, cafe, and tabernas, and with plenty of shopping nearby. There is a grocery store just across the street, and Provença station is just a few minute's walk. This room would be ideal for students also, as UPC Universitària d'Enginyeria Tècnica is just a 7-minute walk away.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
To the left of the Passeig de Gràcia, this part of L’Eixample is more middle class. You’ll find the Mansana de la Discòrdia, a city block where buildings by five Modernisme architects can be found: Casa Batlló (Antoni Gaudí), Casa Amatller (Josep Puig i Cadalfach), Casa Lleó Morera (Lluis Domenech i Montaner), Casa Bonet (Marcel·lià Coquillat), and Casa Mulleras (Enric Sagnier). L’Eixample Esquerra is also a gay-friendly area, often referred to as “Gaixample.” Many take advantage of its proximity to various university campuses, such as the Universitat de Barcelona, giving the area a wide array of young citizens.