This spacious double room is like a mini-flat on itself. It has a double bed, a wardrobe, a bookcase, a desk with a chair, and a beside table. There is also a coffee table where you can have a meal and a sofa and an armchair where you can read a book or even have a nice siesta.
Variable minimum stay and strict cancellation policy. See Landlord Policies.
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This superb eight bedroom apartment with three bathrooms is a fantastic option for people who want to live in a central location, right in the heart of the action. This apartment is located between the neighborhoods of Malasaña and Chueca, on Calle Fuencarral, a well-known shopping street offering a fantastic selection of cool and bohemian shops. This apartment is also located right next to Fuencarral Market, which is a hip, three-story store which caters mostly to the younger crowd. This area is served by many bus lines, and Metro stations Tribunal, Gran Vía and Chueca are located within a five minute walk from the apartment. This 250 sqm apartment has been recently renovated and offers a fantastic base to explore everything the city has to offer.
This apartment is located within a five minute walk to three metro stations - Chueca (line 5), Gran Vía (lines 1 and 5) and Tribunal (lines 1 and 10).
Cancellation policy: strict
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
Chueca is a very lively neighborhood and well known for its gay friendliness. It is a big neighborhood attracting all ages and all types. Therefore, stores are also ranging from cheap toexclusive. Some people call Chueca the “SoHo” of Madrid with its New York-ish feel, some beautiful bright colored facades, and the many iron balconies. Plaza de Chueca is the center of activity, with a lot of people enjoying the terraces when weather allows for it, and in Mercado de San Antón just behind Plaza de Chueca, you can enjoy a variety of traditional tapas as well as sushi, Greek, and Italian dishes. Calle Fuencarral runs through the neighborhood and a majority of the stores are open on Sundays (something that is often hard to come by in Madrid!).