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MAXIMUM NUMBER OF GUESTS: 7 guests
LAYOUT: 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, lounge-diner and kitchen.
BEDS: 1 double bed 2 single beds and 3 extra beds (sofa bed/ pull out)
FLOOR: 1 (lift)
FURNISHING: Air conditioning/heating. Flat screen satellite TV. Fridge, washer-dryer, ceramic hob, oven, microwave, crockery and cutlery, coffee machine, toaster, juicer. Iron/Ironing board.
MISC.: Bedding and towels. Parquet floors. Double glazing. Internet. Baby cot.
LOCATION: view map
New duplex apartment decorated in the rustic style, in the Borne neighbourhood, one of the most fashionable areas of the city. The location is unbeatable: 5 minutes walk from the Ramblas, and next to the church of Santa María del Mar and the Picasso Museum.
The apartment has two separate living spaces. The first comprises a cosy lounge-diner with AC/heating, a comfortable sofa bed and fully equipped separate kitchen. In the second there are two double bedrooms, one with double bed and ensuite bathroom, the other with two single beds, a single convertible bed and ensuite bathroom. Exposed wood beams, stone walls and tasteful decoration create a welcoming, homely environment.
Metro: Jaume I (L4)
A few minutes from: the church of Santa María del Mar, Picasso Museum, Borne market, the Cathedral, Plaza Jaume I, Las Ramblas, Ciutadella park, Barceloneta beach, Gothic quarter.
|Payment in advance online|
|Payment upon arrival||
Refundable damage deposit
|1-4 guests||145 €|
|Extra guest||20 €|
* except Christmas, Easter, summer and during special events
Borne, also known as La Ribera, was originally the artisan quarter of the city. In medieval times, it was the centre of the city’s trade and industry.
In the 13th century Born was connected to the Gothic quarter and its historic walls and its absorption into the centre of the city was complete with the opening in the 20th century of the Via Laietana.
Nowadays it is one of the liveliest and most fashionable neighbourhoods in Barcelona. Designer clothes shops, modern, minimalist restaurants and the latest cocktail bars draw visitors and residents alike to the area’s narrow streets.