This double room is nicely appointed with a double bed, a desk and a wardrobe. There is a window overlooking an interior patio.
One double room available for rent in an interior two bedroom apartment with one bathroom. The other room is occupied by the landlord, a young male in his late twenties who doesn't speak English, providing you with a fantastic outlet to practice your Spanish. The apartment offers a nice shared kitchen and living area. It is centrally located on Escorial street, in the charming neighborhood of Malasaña, well-known for offering a fun and happening nightlife. This apartment is located a short walk away from the iconic Gran Vía and a number of metro stations. The total floor area of the apartment is 70 sqm.
This apartment is located on the second floor of a building which does not have an elevator. It has individual electric heaters and electric water heating. The price of rent includes council tax, water and Wi-Fi. The minimum lease for this apartment is 30 days (1 month). You can dry your washing using the ropes that are fitted over the interior patio.
The closest metro station is Tribunal (lines 1 and 10) and is located 400m from the apartment. Alternatively, Noviciado station (line 2) is located 500m away.
The landlord is a young male in his late twenties who doesn't speak English and lives on the property. One month rent as a deposit is required. Smoking and pets are not permitted. Rent can be paid by cash or bank transaction.
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
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.