Beautiful, bright and spacious, this 5-bedroom, 2-bathroom flat is located in Madrid's lively Malasaña district. A mix of modern and traditional, Malasaña is considered to be one of the most vibrant neighborhoods of Madrid where one can find bars, restaurants, and shops to satisfy every taste. The apartment is ideal for Small balconies brighten the living space overlooking a lovely city street.
Each bedroom comes with its own individual key.
Utility bills limit for the whole apartment: * Electricity: €70 per month * Gas: €70 per month * Water: €35 per month * Utilities payment date: every 2 months * Any excess will be divided equally between the tenants
Admin fee: €100 (to be paid upon arrival)
Further house rules are outlined in the contract
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? €€ (mid-range)
Get in touch: firstname.lastname@example.org
The flat is a 3-minute walk to the Tribunal metro station (Lines 1 and 10) and a 4-minute walk to the Chueca station (access to line 5).