Luxurious loft in lively El Raval neighborhood

from€ 1327 per month
First payment
One-time reservation fee
Includes our Spotahome guarantee, free cancelation and additional 24h. to review your rent.
Calendar updated 6 days ago
Minimum stay: 3 months (90 days).
No maximum stay
Type of contract: dailyLearn more
Available: April 2, 2018
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General info


A superb studio apartment which has been tastefully renovated without compromising the attractive original historical aspects of the building. This apartment is exterior and is located on Dels Salvador street, in the cosmopolitan El Raval neighborhood, a central and well-communicated area of Barcelona. A ten-minute walk will take you to the iconic Ramblas and Plaza Catalunya, and there is a metro station a minute away from the apartment. The total floor area is 54 sqm.


  • This apartment is exterior and is located on the first floor of a building with no elevator.
  • There is a hot/cold air-conditioning unit available and the water heater operates on electricity.
  • You can dry your washing using the dryer.
  • Rent includes power, water, Wi-Fi, heating, any applicable taxes, bed linen and towels.


Metro station Sant Antoni (L2) is located only two minutes away from the apartment

Landlord policies

  • The English speaking landlord doesn't live on the property and requires one month rent as a deposit (paid in cash on move-in).
  • Smoking and pets are not permitted.
  • Rent can be paid by cash or bank transfer.
  • Landlord only allows master/postgrad students in the apartment.
  • No children permitted

Bills included

Central Heat
Council Tax
Bed Linen

Property features

Washing machine
Equipped kitchen
Balcony or terrace
Electric water heating
AC units for heating
Clothes dryer

More information

Suitable for: Couples

Restrictions: This property is only for Postgraduate students

Neighborhood information

El Raval is situated between Barna's most important markets: La Boquería (El Mercat de Sant Josep) and El Mercat de Sant Antoni, making it the city's most densely-populated and one of the most controversial neighborhoods. Initially farmland, it started to grow through the Sant Pau del Camp church outside the city's walls, a corner to which you should go in order to go back in time to the 10th century without leaving Barcelona. It is presently one of the city's most multicultural areas, where immigrants have made space for themselves and live calmly with modern structures such as MACA (Museu d'Art Contemporani de Barcelona), the Filmoteca, or the Centre de la Cultura Contemporania. From the Centre de la Cultura Contemporania you can enjoy an overlook boasting views of the Mediterranean. Its main streets are not the cleanest nor the city's safest, but it's inevitable not to miss out on them and discover curious stores and the most picturesque business alongside more modern architecture.

What we liked the most

  • The owners have done a superb job renovating this apartment, paying meticulous attention to detail to ensure all elements contribute to create a warm and welcoming living environment.
  • The combination of polished wooden floors, restored wooden beams in the ceiling and clever use of stone in the walls give a warm and cozy feel to this apartment.
  • The apartment is modern and equipped with quality appliances to ensure a comfortable stay, including a washing machine, dryer, a Nespresso coffee machine and air-coniditioning.
  • There is a nice balcony overlooking the street.

Things to keep in mind

  • Even though this is a studio apartment, it is spacious and comfortable. It even has a large walk-in wardrobe where you can store your personal belongings.