This type of bedroom has a double bed, two nightstands, and an armchair. There’s a four-door wardrobe with drawers in the bottom, as well as a desk. This bedroom has access to a terrace with lots of plants and a street view.
This residence hall with twenty-seven bedroom, three-bathroom apartments is located on Calle de Fernando el Católico in the Arapiles neighborhood of Madrid’s Chamberí district (for the purpose of the Spotahome map it is in Trafalgar). The residence hall’s location is incredibly ideal with it being in Chamberí, one of Madrid’s most desirable residential areas. In addition, the residence hall is within walking distance of Malasaña, one of Madrid’s most vibrant (and one of the world’s most hipster) neighborhoods and has public transportation connections to the major university campuses in Madrid in the Ciudad Universitaria section of Moncloa/Argüelles. The area of the residence hall is 500 m2.
The apartment is a four-minute walk from the Quevedo Metro (Line 2) stop.
Smoking is permitted inside the residence hall. The landlord speaks English and lives inside the property. The landlord is over 40 years old. Rent may be paid either in cash or via bank transfer.
This neighborhood sits between the posh shops of Salamanca and the hip, fashionable neighborhoods of Malasaña and Chueca. It is full of designer shops, gourmet restaurants, artist hangouts, and classic architecture. It’s considered one of the premier places to live in central Madrid.