This large, bright bedroom with double bed is available to rent in a shared flat right in the centre of Madrid. The room has a balcony with views over the beautiful, tree-lined pedestrian street of Calle del Arenal. The room also has a large built in wardrobe, bedside table, and full length mirror.
Rooms are available to rent in this 3-bedroom apartment shared with the live-in landlord. The apartment includes a fully equipped kitchen, including an oven, washing machine, and dryer. There is also a large living room with a sofa, TV, dining table and views over Calle del Arenal. The bathroom is shared between the 2 tenants' rooms (the landlord has an ensuite bathroom) and includes a shower over the bath.
Transport from the area is easy, with several bus routes operating in the area and Opera Metro station literally outside the door. This is the perfect location from which to explore many of Madrid's historical locations, including the Royal Palace, which is only a 5-minute walk away. Also within walking distance, (amongst many other things) are del Prado and the Botanical Gardens (about 15 minutes' walk) and the beautiful Retiro Park (about 20 minutes).
From this location, so much of Madrid is within walking distance! However, if you are tired or need to go further afield, it is also very well connected:
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Madrid’s geographical center is the Puerta del Sol, a prime location to meet with friends for an endless day of shopping or to partake in an all-nighter bar hopping adventure in Plaza de Santa Ana or in Calle Huertas. There is an endless list of activities available in this part of the city, which include: street shows, popular clothing stores and diverse food selections, and everything is located here in Madrid’s busiest section. The square serves as a meeting point for friends and for a majority of tourists looking to visit la Plaza Mayor, el Palacio Real, el Mercado de San Miguel, and the Catedral de la Almudena, which are all found within a close proximity of the center. Another area of interest in the Centro district is el Barrio de las Letras, Huertas, that inherited its name from the fact that some of Spain’s greatest writers which include Cervantes, Lope de Vega and Quevedo, called it their home and even have streets named after them . For those who wish to enjoy the history of Madrid but also want to partake in some of the best nightlife in Spain, this is the perfect place for you.