|Rental type||Apartment / Condominium|
|Minimum Stay||3 nights|
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Description from the manager
This artistically decorated one-bedroom apartment located in El Raval, is the ideal choice for your trip to the Catalan capital. The neighborhood is an up-and-coming epicenter offering guests a chance to explore the latest trends, hippest art scene and the chicest night life. This apartment is ideal for couples or families and can accommodate up to four people.This apartment has a traditional feel to it with exposed ceiling beams and parquet flooring, which offers an exquisite contrast with the modern art that fills the space. The living room has a comfortable double sofa bed and a TV, perfect for relaxing after a day of sightseeing.The kitch...Read more
Barcelona, Catalonia, Spain
Additional Location Information
As the focus of the recent city renewal program in Barcelona, El Raval is quickly becoming the place to be for the latest trends, hippest art scene, and chicest night life. Since the 1980s, the Barcelona city planning commission has revamped the area, which is now home to the Barcelona Contemporary Art Museum (MACBA) and the Center of Contemporary Culture in Barcelona (CCCB), located in the Plaça dels Àngels. This area is the up-and-coming place for young artists and students, and with the majority of inhabitants under 35 years of age, it has become the premier location for the best art galleries, music stores, stylish boutiques, cafés, bars, and clubs. There is also a growing international group in the neighborhood, and it is home to Barcelona's own China Town. The area is rich with Barcelona history and architecture. The Monastery of Sant Pau del Camp is located in the neighborhood's center, as well as the unfinished Església de Sant Augustí. There are two major markets in the area, the first being the Mercat de Sant Antoni, where on Sundays you can find a rare collection of old books, coins, records, stamps, and more. The other is the world-renowned La Boqueria Market , where you can buy some of the freshest goods on the Mediterranean coast. While staying here, you could even use the kitchen in your Barcelona apartment to try out some new Spanish recipes with delicious ingredients plucked straight from the market.
Rates shown in $ USD (Rental listed originally in EUR) (change)
|Rate Summary||$187 - $200||$187 - $200||$1,222 - $1,312||$5,239 - $5,393||3 nights|
|General Rate||$187 - $200||$187 - $200||$1,222 - $1,312||$5,239 - $5,393||3 nights|
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AvailableUnavailable Last updated: May 22, 2013 ◀▶
What Past Guests Are Saying
couple from OWL
noisy, mouldy and nasty cohabiter
The arrival was easy and Maria nice.
At first we enjoyd the small balcony and learned about conventions multiculty neighbourhood. The flat is provided in a apartment-dwelling with 7 long-therm tenants and is functional arranged.
The washhandbasin was clogged - to brush the teeth has been a yacuzi-adventure. The ceiling is equal a stactite cave, mouldy four squaremetre.
The sureface of the kitchen and cooker wasn't clean - the frigde too, and some foods were in.
Unfortunately there wasn't dish liquid and the sponge and dish towels seem to be used and dirty.
The highlight: the other cohabiters
1. cockroach - three diffents kind and a lot of them!
2. not only these animals... the opposing house is just two floor. We waked up in the morning and on this roof slept 3 - 5 bummer (strange look).
All in one, we got a "residence" in a real interesting quarter of Barcelona with short-range to important points.