Located in the prestigious district of Salamanca, there are 4 rooms for rent in this 4 bedroom, 1 bathroom apartment. The flat and rooms is fully furnished and the shared areas include the living room, kitchen, and bathroom. The living room is ideal for hanging out with your new roommates, as it has a couch and a big flat-screen TV to help you relax! All four rooms for rent are similarly furnished with single beds, desk, and wardrobe. They are ideal for students or young professionals who want to live in a safe, upscale area and meet new people during their stay in Madrid. Salamanca is a luxurious neighborhood full of shops, restaurants, and chic cafes, so you’ll find plenty to keep you occupied!
This apartment is located on the 6th 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.
Please keep in mind that the bedrooms do not include some items seen in the photos (plants, laptop, etc.).
The Landlord only accepts bookings when the move-in date is within 50 days of the booking
Contract fee: 1 month's rent (the most expensive month of your stay):
There are various metro stations within a 5 minute walk: Goya, with access to lines 2 and 4; Lista, with access to line 2; and Principe de Vergara, with access to lines 2 and 9. Line 2 will take you to the geographical heart of the center, Sol.
Yourchic, upscale heaven
Chic. Posh. Upscale. You can enjoy the finer things in life here.
With world-class restaurants, chic cafés and expensive boutiques, Salamanca is the "Upper East Side" of Madrid. No wonder members of the Spanish royal family live here.
Want a 1st-class experience?
Salamanca is for you.
What can I do here?
If you have the money, try Ramón Freixa Madrid.
It's a Michelin-rated restaurant. Apparently it's yummy…. There's a menu called "A soft and continuous trip through our universe in 25 moments." Just saying it sounds good. One day, friend, one day.
Spend rivers of cash (or go window shopping) at the boutiques on the Paseo de la Castellana.
Calle José Ortega y Gasset is home to names like Louis Vuitton, Christian Dior and Dolce&Gabbana. Just don't forget your suitcase full of money.
If that sounds expensive, and it is, meet your friends in a chic café instead. Enjoy the bitter aroma of freshly ground coffee beans. Plan your first million.
In Salamanca, you'll see lots of elegant wooden doors made in the 19th century. Refined.
Can I afford it? €€€€ (the most expensive per m² in Spain)
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