Interior bedroom with a double bed, desk and a wardrobe. This room does not have a window.
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Located on Calle Bailen, there are 8 rooms for rent in this spacious apartment situated near the Royal Palace. The flat is perfect for students and young professionals who want to make new friends while living in Madrid, as you will have many roommates, possibly from all over the world! The neighborhood of the apartment, La Latina, is one of the most fun and history-filled areas of the city. Sundays are especially exciting, as neighborhood turns into a destination for tourists as well as locals as they head to the famous flea market and enjoy drinks afterwards. All in all, living in these rooms will guarantee you an authentic and fun experience for your stay in Madrid!
This apartment is located on the 4th floor of a building which isn’t equipped with an elevator. The minimum lease for this apartment is 90 days (3 months). Wi-Fi is installed in the property. Cleaning is included in the rent and done once a week in common areas.
Bus stop for lines 3 and 148, the latter of which will take you straight to the commercial area of Callao, is a in front of the apartment. The closest metro station is La Latina, which is a 7 minute walk and has access to line 5.
Please keep in mind that the bedrooms do not include some items seen in the photos (plants, laptop, etc.).
Contract fee: 1 month's rent:
Fortnightly contract type:
Suitable for: Professionals, Students, Erasmus
La Latina: With one of the highest concentrations of tapas bars in Madrid (and with a slightly more elevated clientele than in Malasaña), La Latina is a festive neighborhood both day and night. While relaxed during the day, it’s definitely full of action at night. Sunday mornings will find you at the center of El Rastro, the city’s world-famous flea market, where everything from antiques to cheap home appliances are sold against a backdrop of locals enjoying cañas or beer and glasses of vermouth.