This lovely bedroom has high ceilings, a double bed, night table, desk, small sofa, and standalone wardrobe. It also features an independent key and a window facing the interior patio.
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5 affordable bedrooms are available to rent in this recently renovated apartment in Ruzafa, one of Valencia's most popular neighborhoods. More broadly, Ruzafa belongs to the l’Eixample district, a diverse and emerging epicenter with many new shops, restaurants, and bars. It is also within walking distance of much of the city center. All of the bedrooms are newly and comfortably furnished, and the bathroom and kitchen are both new and modern. The kitchen is fully equipped with an electric stove, oven, washing machine, double sink, microwave oven, and plenty of storage space. This is an unbeatable option for students or young professionals.
The property is a 15-minute walk from the Joaquin Sorolla train station, with high speed trains around Spain. While many parts of the city center are within walking distance, you also have the option of taking the 7, 8, 89, 90, and several night buses, all of which stop very close by.
Smoking permitted: no (only on balconies)
Accepted ages for tenants: 18-30 years old only
L'Eixample: The district of L’Eixample is comprised of 3 neighborhoods: Ruzafa, El Pla del Remei, and Gran Vía. The most famous and popular is Ruzafa (also spelled Russafa), characterized by its ethnically diverse and cultured atmosphere; it is a place to go for authentic international cuisine (including a location of the Taste of America chain of American food stores). Russafa is a great neighborhood for students as well and due to its vibrant flavor and proximity to the center of the city, it is becoming a target area for cool local small businesses. While L’Eixample lacks the genius of Antoni Gaudí, there are still plenty of elegant Modernist-style buildings throughout the neighborhood. You’ll often find groups of friends meeting on the Plaça de Canovas, which is right next to the famous Edificio Chapo, to go out for the night. This is also the epicenter for Les Falles festival at the end of March, when the city turns into a hotbed destination for travelers worldwide.