Interior room with no window and furnished with double bed, desk, and wardrobe.
This landlord has a special booking and payment policy. Please read the Landlord Policies section carefully.
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Looking to live in central Madrid while meeting new people? These rooms for rent on Calle Preciados may be the perfect option for you! Located on one of the major shopping streets of Madrid, this 11 bedroom, 3 bathroom flat has 11 rooms available for those wanting a convenient base from which to explore the city. Shared areas include the bathrooms, living room, and fully equipped kitchen. The apartment is located in the Centro district of Madrid, a busy and bustling area where you will find everything from shops to historical monuments all within the same block!
This apartment is located on the 4th floor of a building which is equipped with an elevator. The minimum lease for this apartment is 90 days (3 months). Wi-Fi is installed in the property.
A 2 minute walk will take you to the closest metro line, Callao, with access to lines 3 and 5.
Payment method: cash; bank transaction; credit card
Fortnightly contract type:
Special summer policies 2017
Policies apply for contracts beginning May 1–July 31:
Monthly utilities (electricity, gas and water): €45 per tenant per month
All of the above summer costs must be paid for total contract in advance, upon check-in.
Suitable for: Students, Erasmus
Centro: The geographical center of Madrid and Spain is the Puerta del Sol and here you’ll find an endless amount of activity all day and night. The square itself serves as the meeting point for groups of friends and the majority of touristic sites such as the Plaza Mayor, Palacio Real, Mercado de San Miguel, and the Catedral de la Almudena can be found in close proximity. Other areas of note in the Centro district are Huertas, also known as Barrio de las Letras (the city’s literary quarter) due to its distinction as being the home of many of Spain’s Siglo de Oro authors including Cervantes, Lope de Vega, and Quevedo (with streets being named after them). Two emblematic places are the Plaza de Santa Ana and Calle Huertas, with plenty of bars to lure you in. For those wanting to be in the heart of all the action, this is the place for you.