Additional fees payable on arrival. See landlord policies.
Tenants under 31 years of age only.
You'll love these contemporary, comfortable rooms for rent in a totally modern and chic residence on Calle de San Leonardo in Malasaña. Each room is stylishly decorated and some have en-suite bathroom. There is a large kitchen with 2 double sinks and multiple stove tops, where each room has its own assigned cupboard, with a lock. There are also spacious common areas with comfortable seating, games, and entertainment.
There are 6 rooms types available, Doble, Basic, Basic Plus, Comfort, Deluxe, and Deluxe Plus, each with slightly varying contents, sizes, and prices.
You'll be living in one of the best area of the city for young people, in trendy Malasaña. This is also a fantastic location for people new to the city, within a short walk of the centre. Cross Plaza de España and you'll find yourself at the Royal Palace. 5 minutes further, and you'll be in Plaza Mayor, one of the city's most famous landmarks. Malasaña itself is a hub of great bars and restaurants, and hip culture. A few minute's walk away, on the far side of Calle San Bernardo, is the busiest area, awash with people even on the quietest of days.
Contract: to be signed in the office of the landlord
Contract fee (non-refundable): (Does not apply in June, July, or August)
Weekend check-ins and check-outs:
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Your explosive, hip, poetic playground
Do you love neon bars, culture-shock, and the backbeat? Does your heart beat faster to words like authentic, bistro, boutique, organic, vintage, and vinyl?
You’d best get down to Malasaña then.
It’s got cool bars and it’s dead central. Eclectic bistros, organic-food cafés, and vintage-gear boutiques are everywhere.
Malasaña is base camp for young adults in Madrid. It's a party, and you’re invited.
What can I do here?
Get your party started at two of Madrid’s best bars, Tupperware and Madrid Me Mata. One loves indie music, the other’s a shrine to the 1980s cultural Movida.
If that sounds noisy, try Fábrica Maravillas or Irreale, two quality craft-beer bars.
Microteatro por Dinero is a tiny theatre in a basement. It’s only 4 euros, and you’re part of the show. There’s a bar too. Naughty.
Conde Duque is a huge cultural space in an old guardhouse. You can enjoy an outdoor cinema, a DJ, and food and drink. It’s a very chill, very comfortable place.
This has gone on too long. There’s no space left to mention Mercado de San Ildefon…
Spanish filmmaker Pedro Almodóvar lives in Malasaña. Visionary.
Can I afford it?
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