This bedroom has a single bed, a standalone wardrobe, a shelf on the wall and a desk with a chair and a window.
This four-bedroom, two-bathroom apartment in the Embajadores area provides a centric location near Atocha, La Latina, and Madrid's famous El Rastro. The apartment boasts a clean aesthetic with white walls and red accents in the different bedrooms. Bedrooms 1, 2, and 3 are for single tenants, while Bedroom 4 is suitable for couples. Bedrooms 1 and 2 boast views of the building's interior courtyard, while Bedrooms 3 and 4 have views of the street.
The apartment is a seven-minute walk from the Puerta de Toledo Metro on Line 5 and the Lavapiés and Embajadores Metro stops on Line 3.
Pets are not allowed, but smoking is permitted. The landlord speaks English and requires a 1-month security deposit. The rent can be paid either in cash or by bank transfer.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students
Officially named Embajadores, this neighborhood is most well known for the area called Lavapiés, which was Madrid’s historic judería (Jewish Quarter) until the early 20th century. The neighborhood experienced a revival that began in the 1980’s, when it became popular with young people and artists. At the heart of the diverse neighborhood is Plaza de Lavapiés, which is a meeting point for immigrants and Spaniards alike. Some consider it a “dangerous area”, but residents of the area find this to be untrue. In spite of the seamless blend of cultures, the neighborhood is a crowded one, characterized by narrow streets and buildings with painted facades. The Calle de Argumosa, which runs to the east of Plaza de Lavapies, is fully of trendy bars and is one of the most popular places in Madrid to sit on a terrace and enjoy a caña (small beer). The streets that stretch to the north and west from the plaza are filled with ethnic restaurants and shops, including Indian, Arabic, and Senegalese. The neighborhood is also home to Valle-Inclán Theater, the Mercado de San Fernando, and the cultural centers of Casa Encendida and La Tabacelera, to name a few of the many cultural attractions. The iconic Reina Sofia art museum also sits at the edge of the neighborhood.