My stylish 2 bedroom apartment is the perfect base when visiting Barcelona.
Conveniently located in the exciting area of Montjüic and with great transport links, you’ll be right in the hub of the city but able to escape the hustle and bustle!
The living area is light and airy with a beautiful, modern design and lovely finishing touches. Relax on the sofa, hang out with your friends, make yourself at home! It’s a welcoming and inviting space where you can kickback.
If cooking is your thing, you’re going to love spending time in the stylish kitchen. All the appliances are modern and easy to use - you’ll enjoy showing off your culinary skills here! There’s even a welcome pack stuffed full of coffee, tea, and Catalan delicacies.
The master bedroom has a super comfortable double bed and, with fresh luxury linens, what more do you need for a good night’s sleep? You don’t have to live out of your suitcase; plenty of storage room means you can get unpacking and start feeling at home right away.
The second room has also a double bed.
Freshen up in the luxurious bathroom, wake up in the mornings with the fantastic shower. White fluffy towels and shampoo are provided!
My property will be professionally cleaned before your stay.
You will have access to the entire property and it is important that you are respectful towards your neighbours and keep noise to a minimum after 10 pm.
My friends at Hostmaker are looking after my home while I am away; they are a short-lets management service team who know London like the back of their hand! I trust them to look after you and give you a warm welcome! If you have any questions about your stay, please get in touch through the channel platform.
This beautiful apartment is located in Poble Sec, a multicultural and dynamic neighbourhood at the centre of Barcelona. Boasting vibrant nightlife and Spanish and Catalonian restaurants on every corner, you won’t go hungry here. You’ll be just a few minutes away from Montjuïc Park, which is full of green spaces and Mediterranean-inspired gardens, providing a perfect means of escape from urban life and a way to relax surrounded by nature. You’ll also be very close to Plaza España, which houses a huge shopping centre and expect spectacular views during a 360-degree tour on top of the old bullfighting arena. Also close by is the stunning Museu Nacional d'Art de Catalunya and the amazing Calatrava Tower, famous for its size and elegant shape, as well as the Olympic Square and Stadium. Enjoy a glass of Spanish wine and sample some of the best seafood dishes in town at many of the restaurants located at the top of the Arena Square at Plaza España. You haven't seen Barcelona until you see it from this altitude! This area is well-connected to the city centre and you have a range of different public transport options connecting you to all corners of Barcelona quickly and easily.
Poble Sec is one of the oldest parts of Barcelona, with evidence of dwellings dating back to the Ancient Roman era. However, it is only in the last few decades that the area has established itself as one of the best places in the city for eating out. When it comes to finding a place to grab a bite to eat, this area offers a perfect mix of high-end restaurants and traditional Catalonian bodegas which are a bit kinder on the wallet. For authentic Spanish cuisine, be sure to head to Mano Rota, or for a classical Venetian eatery with a trendy vibe, try Xemei. For some of the very best tapas in the city, the world-famous Tickets restaurant is a must-visit. For a drink in the evening, you simply have to visit one of Poble Sec’s many authentic traditional bodegas. Head to Bodega Gran Saltó and you’ll be amazed by the eclectic feel of the place, which has to look of an antique shop mixed with a bar. Elsewhere, Celler Cal Marino is one of the more upmarket bodegas in Poble Sec and Bodega Armando is a charming and intimate space hidden away off the beaten track with a friendly atmosphere that is often soundtracked by 1990s dancefloor classics on the sound system.
Mano Rota - Spanish cuisine
Xemei - classical Venetian eatery
Tickets - one of the best tapas in the city
Bodega Gran Saltó - eclectic feel place
Bodega Armando - friendly atmosphere with 90’s music
Celler Cal Marino - more upmarket bodegas in Poble Sec
Plaza España metro station is the nearest station to the property, just a 10 minutes walk away. This connects you to the Green Line ( L3), meaning you can get to iconic Barcelona sites in no time at all, such as Plaza Catalunya. Exploring Barcelona could hardly be easier!
Thank you for your interest in my apartment! To offer you and all our guests a pleasant stay please consider the following:
Guests will be required to present valid IDs at the time of check-in for registration to the Spanish security authorities.
You may occasionally hear noise from neighbouring apartments, as most buildings in Barcelona aren’t soundproofed!
Check-in time is at 3 pm. Please note that a late check in will require the payment of an extra fee as per the following:
- From 20:00hrs: €20
- From 22:00h: €25
- From 00:00h: €40
This fee will be collected at check-in and must be paid by card.
Please note that tourists are required to pay a daily fee of €2.25 in Barcelona city and €0.90 in other cities in Catalonia per person towards the city tax. The fee applies only for the first 7 days. Children up to 17 years old, do not need to pay. Please pay by credit card directly at your check-in to the person that will be welcoming you, who will provide you with a personal receipt.
Check-out time is 11:00 am.
Please leave the keys on the living room table prior to check out. Do not leave the keys in the mailbox or in the door lock. Guests will be charged for lost keys or lockouts.
Code of conduct: the host reserves the right to take required action if any of the below rules are not respected:
- Respect the neighbours
- No smoking in the property
- No parties or events allowed
- No extra guests
- No noise after 10 pm
- No pets allowed
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