When we visited the property, this room was occupied – we’ll get the photos next time around.
This bedroom, with an area of 20 m2, is the largest room in the apartment and was unable to filmed at the time of the visit. It has a double bed with nightstand next to it, a separate armchair, and TV. There is also a desk with chair, a fridge for personal use, and a wardrobe.
IMPORTANT NOTE: Minimum and maximum leases are determined by university semesters in this apartment and the landlord only accepts bookings for rental periods that end July 2016.
This landlord has a strict cancellation policy. Please consult our Terms and Conditions section for more information.
Two months deposit required.
This four-bedroom, two-bathroom exterior apartment is located on Calle de la Palma in Malasaña, one of Madrid’s most vibrant (and one of the world’s most hipster) neighborhoods. In addition to being on an iconic street in Malasaña, this 110 m² apartment is in the heart of Malasaña, with easy access to Metro stops in various points of the neighborhood. This apartment is for those who want to be in the heart of a neighborhood that has a strong personality by day and by night, full of unique stores, restaurants, and bars.
The apartment is a two-minute walk from the Tribunal Metro stop (Lines 1 and 10), a six-minute walk from the Noviciado Metro stop (Line 2 with connection to Plaza de España servicing Lines 3 and 10), and a seven-minute walk from the San Bernardo Metro stop (Lines 2 and 4).
Suitable for: Professionals, Students
Malasaña is both traditional and alternative. If you enjoy being out and going for drinks, this is the neighborhood for you. By day, the barrio is rather quiet with lots of charming boutiques and restaurants, while at night it transforms into a nightlife hub with an impressive amount of bars and music venues. The style of the neighborhood is defined by traditional 19th century buildings with painted facades, with the Plaza del 2 de Mayo at its core. The Movida Madrileña in the 1980’s thrived here and the creative spirit lives on with Malasaña being home to many of the city’s up-and-coming new businesses along streets such as Corredera de San Pablo and Calle Pez.