These rooms are furnished with a single bed, a built-in wardrobe and a desk. They all have air-conditioning, heating and their own independent key.
This colourful residence hall is modern and immaculate throughout. It offers three room types, large and medium single rooms and double rooms equipped with twin beds. All rooms have their own desks, big built-in wardrobes, central heating and air-conditioning. Shared amenities include several bathrooms, two living areas, a laundry room and a large kitchen. This stunning residence hall is conveniently located on Maria de Molina street, in the elegant and safe neighborhood of Salamanca. The world renowned IE Business School is only meters away, making it a perfect options for students of this establishment. Other amenities within a close proximity include the Natural Science Museum, Paseo de la Castellana and countless shops, bars and restaurants.
This residence hall has central air-conditioning, central heating and central water heating. The price of rent includes council tax, bed linen, daily cleaning, sheet and towel exchange once a week, meals from Monday to Friday and utilities (water, electricity, gas, heating and Wi-Fi). The minimum lease for these rooms is 30 days (1 month). You can dry your washing using the dryer in the laundry room.
The closest metro station is Gregorio Marañón (lines 7 & 10), located a three-minute walk away from the residence hall.
The English speaking landlord doesn't live on the property and requires 1000€ as a deposit. Smoking and pets are not allowed. Rent can be paid by cash, bank transaction or credit card.
Suitable for: Students, Erasmus
Salamanca is known as the wealthy neighborhood in Madrid’s center, with some of the most exclusive boutiques. The Milla del Oro (Golden Mile) of streets, Calle Serrano, Calle Ortega y Gasset, and Calle Velázquez are Madrid’s most expensive and three of the ten most expensive streets in all of Spain. Salamanca is one of the few parts in Madrid with an urban structure, with square parallel streets where you can find a mixture of hip restaurants, expensive stores, and more unique boutiques on other streets such as Calle Goya, Calle Lagasca, Calle Claudio Coello, and Calle Ayala. As it was built as the aristocratic neighborhood, the architecture tends to have a 19th century bourgeoisie feel. Heading South on Calle Serrano brings you straight to Retiro, which is one of the largest parks in town. Last but not least, Salamanca is also home to the IE Business School which is ranked among the top 10 business schools in the world.