The check-in time is from Monday to Saturday, 2pm-8pm. No check-in on Sundays, 25th of December, and 1 and 6th of January.
The landlord does not allow parties on the property and requires a Skype call to confirm that the booking request is accepted.
This landlord has a special booking policy. Please read the Landlord Policies section carefully.
This landlord only accepts female postgraduate students or workers.
Located on Calle Hermosilla in the upscale district of Salamanca, this 180 m2 apartment has 5 rooms for rent. The apartment is a luxury: from the affluent neighborhood in which it sits to the complete amenities, tenants will have everything they need. The shared areas of the apartment include the 2 bathrooms and 1 toilet, exterior living room, dining room furnished with 6 chairs, and a fully equipped kitchen. There is even a dishwasher and 2 refrigerators, allowing tenants the perfect balance between comfort, independence, and social life.
This apartment is on the 1st floor of a building equipped with an elevator. It has natural gas heating and natural gas water heating. You can dry your clothes in the interior patio. The price of rent includes electricity, water, gas, wi-fi, community fees, heating (from November 1st to April 1st), and weekly cleaning of the common areas. There is an option to contract a cleaning service for individual rooms for 5 euros per cleaning. The minimum lease for this apartment is 180 days (6 months) and the maximum lease is 360 days (12 months).
Metro stations Goya (line 2) is a 2 minute walk. Lista (line 4), Diego de Leon (line 5), and Manuel Becerra (line 6) are within 5 minutes walking.
Payment method: bank transaction
Check-in: the check-in time is from Monday to Saturday, 14:00-20:00. No check-in on Sundays, 25th of December, and 1 and 6th of January. The landlord does not allow parties on the property and requires a Skype call to confirm that the booking request is accepted.
Restrictions: This property is only for Postgraduate students, Professionals
Salamanca: As Madrid’s affluent neighborhood, you’ll find a New York-style grid of roads and the “Milla de Oro”, comprised of Calle Serrano, Velázquez, and Ortega y Gasset, which are three of the most expensive streets in all of Spain. But not everything is designer: many of the other side streets have unique boutiques and hip restaurants. With a 19th century bourgeoisie feel, you’ll have great shopping options, Retiro at the end of Calle Serrano at the Puerta de Alcalá, and the IE Business School campus all within walking distance.