Four bedrooms for rent in fantastic apartament

General info


Additional fees. See landlord policies.

This is a four double room renovated apartment located on the second floor of a nice building. The flat has a 30 square meter bright living room with a lounge area with a sofa and a flat screen TV. The property has two bathrooms with toilet, one with shower, a nice fully equipped kitchen with table, fridge, microwave, dishwasher, cutlery, etc., and a large hall. It is an ideal accommodation for students or interns.


The flat is next to Rocafort Metro Station (L1) and 15 minutes walk from Plaça Catalunya, which is the main square in Barcelona.

Landlord policies

  • Languages spoken: English, Spanish
  • Lives on property: no
  • Deposit: 1 month's rent
  • Payment method: cash; bank transfer
  • Couples allowed: no
  • Admin fee: €300
  • The landlord prefers tenants between the ages of 18-30.
  • Bookings can not be made more than 2 months in advance.
  • Once the landlord has confirmed your booking, you will have to register on their platform in order to pay the aforementioned admin fee within 3 working days of the booking being accepted.

  • Check-ins:

    • The landlord does not accept check-ins on weekends or bank holidays. In case of bookings starting on a weekend or bank holiday, please be advised that the check-in will take place on the next working day.
  • Documents required:

    • Proof of employment or
    • Proof of studies (from university)

Bills included

Council Tax

Property features

Washing machine
Equipped kitchen
Other heating system

More information

Suitable for: Professionals, Students

Neighborhood information

To the left of Passeig de Gràcia extends the other side of L'Eixample, which was constructed at the beginning of the 20th Century. Many middle-class Catalans and students from the Universitat de Barcelona (or UB) or the Escola Industrial, among others, take advantage of the area's proximity to their campuses, the nightlife, and the center of Barcelona in order to enjoy the city.

At the other end of the area is Las Arenas the city's newest shopping mall with an overlook that lets you peek at Barcelona's skyline. You'll also find Antaño, an old bullring with over 100 years of history. Between these two points you'll find the "Gayfriendly" zone, or as residents call "Gaixample": stores, businesses, and various organizations make it one of the city's most authentic neighborhoods.

In the lower part of the area you'll find the Mercat de Sant Antoni, the city's oldest and that is currently under renovation. On Sunday mornings you can walk through antique books, records, or you can even exchange trading cards.