A little old, a little new
That’s what you get in this 2-bedroom apartment.
Polished wood bureaus and upholstered chairs. Minimalist beds, shelves and sofas. Traditional floor tiles and modern AC keep you cool in the long, long summer.
It’s 70 m². Big enough for you and a friend.
Bedroom 1 has a single bed, a desk, chair, a couch and lots of shelves. Bedroom 2 has a double bed and a large built-in closet with full-length mirrors.
The kitchen and living room are open-plan.
The kitchen has an oven, hob, microwave and sandwich maker. Important. There is a table and 4 chairs. The living room has a sofa and a TV. French doors let in lots of light. The marble fireplace is now a mini wine cellar.
Be where the action is...
Living here, you are next door to the famous Plaza Tirso de Molina. Or a 9-minute walk from La Puerta de Sol. Easy.
Move here to be near:
• Lots of shops, cafes, restaurants, and bars
• The Museo Nacional Del Prado
• The Plaza Mayor
• Special payment policy. Additional fees are payable on arrival. Be sure to read the entire listing.
Payment date: 1st three days of each month (late payment charges apply)
Additional fees payable on arrival:
Suitable for: Professionals, Students
In a few words: the historic heart of Madrid
Overview Living here, you have it all.
World-famous Hollywood actors at movie premiers in Callao. Students, tourists, protesters, dancers and partygoers at the Puerta del Sol plaza. Shopping on the Gran Via.
Did we mention the romantic walks in the Sabatini gardens? Or the impressive Royal Palace? Tapas at old markets in Plaza Mayor?
With so much excitement around every corner, why wouldn’t you live here?
What can I do here? View Madrid from above in the Corte Inglés’ Gourmet Experience. It’s on the 9th floor of a very flat city.
Meet friends by the fountains in Puerta del Sol. On New Year’s Eve, people from all other Spain gather here to eat 12 grapes. One for each chime of the midnight bell.
Spend a day as a tourist: Shop on Gran Vía. Take a photo of the iconic Plaza de Cibeles. Tour the Royal Palace. Go to the genteel Plaza Mayor. Savour mouth-watering tapas in the Mercado de San Miguel.
Origin fact The centre of Madrid is the capital’s oldest area. It was founded in the late 800s by the Emir of Córdoba, Muhammad I. Part of the original Moorish city wall can still be seen today. Groundbreaking.
Can I afford it? €€ (mid-range)