This is a very spacious yet simple room which is fully equipped and furnished with a comfy single bed, desk and desk lamp.
Special payment policy. Additional fees payable on arrival. See landlord policies.
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Nice rooms are available in this 3 bedroom, 1 bathroom flat in the Aluche neighborhood, part of the Latina district. The apartment features a nice balcony with fantastic views of the area. The up-and-coming commercial area has plenty of shops, supermarkets and cafes nearby, and is also near Casa de Campo, the largest green space in Madrid.
Each bedroom has been uniquely decorated and comes totally equipped with all basic necessities, a bed, desk, and closet. One bedroom includes a double bed. The kitchen is large, clean, and organized with a refrigerator, microwave, and oven. The living and dining area is modernly furnished and features two sofas, and a dining table with chairs.
Only 5 minutes away from the metro station Campamento (Line 5). It takes about 15 minutes to get to the center of Madrid (Puerta del Sol) by car, and 45 minutes by Metro.
Payment date: 1st three days of each month (late payment charges apply)
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Located in Southwestern Madrid, Latina is often confused by foreigners with La Latina, with Latina being a district (an area of the city made up of lots of barrios) and La Latina a barrio within the Centro district. The two differ a lot from each other, both in location and in characteristics. Partly because of this coincidence, Latina is more of an administrative name for the district. Madrileños tend to identify this district as Aluche, which is the name of the best known and most centrally located neighborhood in the district, with a shopping mall and important commuter train station. Many expats know Aluche for the Extranjería office located there (where many have to go to deal with paperwork). The district is also adjacent to Casa de Campo, the largest park in the West of Madrid.