Moving in after September? You must stay until at least January 2018.
Rooms are available to rent in a 4-bedroom apartment on Calle de Hortaleza. The small kitchen comes equipped with everything you need to prepare a meal and all bedrooms are colourful and receive natural light from windows facing the street outside.
The best feature of this apartment is its location, on stunning Hortaleza street, a picturesque shopping road in the heart of the city. You will also find a great range of restaurants to suit all tastes within walking distance, as well as many bars, clubs and live music venues. World famous Gran Via street is located a few minutes away from the apartment, and you can walk to Puerta del Sol in seven minutes. This apartment is interior and the floor area is 60 sqm.
Maximum age for tenants: 30
July and August:
IMPORTANT: From July 1st 2017 the way that bills are paid to this landlord will change. Electricity and gas will be charged separately from the other bills. The price will be €30 per person per month. Tenants will pay extra for excessive consumption (compared to previous years).
Suitable for: Professionals, Students
Your central and LGBT-friendly home
What does cosmopolitan look, smell and sound like?
Like Chueca, actually.
Which is reassuring, because in Chueca, everyone is welcome. That’s why it’s home to Madrid’s LGBT community.
Restaurants, bars, cafes and shops squeeze tight together. Each is trendy. Each designed to be different.
You can expect artisanal menus, antique furniture and persuasive, personal designs.
It’s virile, it’s intriguing, it’s Chueca.
What can I do here?
Join the fun during Madrid Pride Week, at the end of June. The weather is hot. The crowds are fierce. The beats are loud. Mayhem.
Browse the shops and boutiques on fashionable Calle Fuencarral.
The San Antón Market rooftop is your go-to bar for tapas and drinks. La Tita Rivera is a chilled restaurant-bar with an interior patio. Gin Club Mercado de la Reina is the type of lounge 007 would lounge in.
The power of pop compels you ... to dance your feet sore at Delirio. It’s a nightclub. It’s popular. The queues to get in can be long. But you knew that.
In the morning, drag your tired feet to the Plaza de Chueca. Sit in the sun with friends at one of the many terraces. Monday can wait.
Chueca is proud to be Madrid’s LGBT capital. Life is colour, colour is life.
Can I afford it?
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