Bedroom 3 is the largest room. It is an exterior room with a balcony overlooking the street. It has a double bed, a large wardrobe, a desk, and some shelving on the walls. This is the only room with AC.
Special landlord policies.
This property is only for students, postgraduate students, or students doing an internship.
Rooms are available to rent in a 4-bedroom apartment on Carrer de Viladomat on the border between the L'Eixample Esquerra and Les Corts districts. The apartment is quite large, at 80 m², and is nicely decorated, with a warm blue accent wall in each room. The kitchen is well equipped, and has lots of storage space, and has an oven and a gas stove - a rare luxury in Spain. There is also a living room with a dining table and comfortable sofas, plus a wall-mounted flat-screen TV.
This is a bustling, exciting area in which to live, with loads of restaurants and bars around, and plenty of shopping to keep you entertained. Transport links around the city are good, and you can find lots of small parks nearby for relaxing in the sun. All of your everyday necessities can be found nearby, with banks, pharmacies, and stores like El Corte Inglés, H&M and Fnac just a short walk away.
Rooms with couples allowed: €100 supplement per month
Suitable for: Students, Erasmus
Restrictions: This property is only for Students, Postgraduate students
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). 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.
This area, in the city’s southwest bordering Sarrià-Sant Gervasi and Santa-Montjuïc, is a peaceful neighborhood that once began as a small village with fertile lands. Today you’ll find Camp Nou, the home stadium of FC Barcelona (Barça) and the Jardins de Can Batllori, in this calm district. If you want to do some shopping, head to Avinguda de la Diagonal and L’Illa Diagonal, where you’ll find El Corte Inglés and outposts of great designer brands.