Stylish apartment next to la Rambla with terrace
Step out of the lift that serves the apartment and you’ll find a spacious setting that has been newly and very tastefully refurbished. Stunning exposed brick
walls dating back more than 200 years are a feature of both the lounge and the apartment’s welcoming bedrooms.
The dining area has an inviting balcony that looks out on to the street and an open-plan, fully equipped kitchen complete with a striking cement-tiled floor that
pays homage to 19th century tiling. Contemporary and comfortable, the bathroom has a spacious shower.
But here’s the best thing of all: the terrace. Imagine getting up in the morning, making a cup of coffee and walking out to greet the city. There’s also a table
and loungers for you to relax in. The terrace even has its own shower.
The sights are all nearby if you fancy a stroll: the ever spectacular Rambla - the beating heart of the city - the iconic Boquería market, the Teatro del Liceo,
Gaudí’s Palau Güell, the city’s aquarium, the Museo Marítimo, Columbus’ statue and much more besides.
El Raval is also home to some of the city’s finest culinary hot spots: the most modern and sophisticated eateries and the most traditional, serving up
time-honoured, local dishes. Take it from us, you’ll love the food.
If you’re in a group, there are three more apartments for you in the very same building. Ready to Raval?
You also have the support of the Lodging team, who are just a phone call away, 24 hours a day.
We’re all ready to welcome you. And so is your apartment So when are you coming?
What to do?
Enjoy the extra space!
Barcelona is quieter these days, with fewer places open for business. However, it's still beautiful and vibrant, with plenty to enjoy outdoors and lots of experiences waiting for you in the city.
Don’t worry about shopping for groceries!
Every neighborhood in Barcelona has a market selling local produce (only open in the mornings) and well-stocked supermarkets like Mercadona, Sorli, Lidl and Bonpreu, which you’ll find just around the corner from your flat. So get out and grab some fresh local produce and put our fully equipped kitchen to good use by preparing ???? a delicious meal.
Your safety is our priority!
While every professional company cleans their short-term rentals thoroughly between stays, these challenging times require special measures. Rest assured we’re taking additional precautions to disinfect properties and prevent the spread of coronavirus. We keep right up to date with the latest protocols issued by global health organizations (including the ECDC and the World Health Organization) and have a system in place called “COVID-19 Disinfection Checklist for short-term rental disinfection”. Bed linen and towels are cleaned professionally after each guest checks out, in line with the same guidelines and by the same team. We leave nothing to chance, because your safety is what matters most to us.
Speaking of your safety
Masks, gloves, and disinfectants are widely available in Barcelona in most shops and department stores and at any pharmacy (you’ll always find one open). We’ll leave some soap and hand sanitizer in the apartment for you too.
Travelling by car?
If you’re planning on driving to Barcelona, rest assured we’ll help you park your car safely. We typically recommend booking your parking spot in advance online and we offer a discount via Parclick.
Is this a work trip?
Our apartments are equipped with reliable, fiber-optic WI-FI and offer a very comfortable homeworking set-up – well, as comfortable as working from home can be!
CHECK IN FEES
20h and 23h: 25€
from 23h: 50€
SUNDAY and HOLIDAYS
9h and 23h: 30€
from 23h: 50€
There is noise level control in the apartment
As from 1 November 2012, the local authorities charge a tourist tax to all visitors to Catalonia over 16 years of age. Please note: when checking-in to your apartment, any visitors aged 16 and under must present a copy of their passport showing their date of birth, in order for them not to be charged the aforementioned tourist tax.
The tax rate is 2.48 euro per person, per day. A maximum of 7 days is charged. The tourist tax must be paid to the member of staff checking you in, upon arrival at the apartment.
Welcome to Barcelona! We’re delighted to have you with us and we hope you have an amazing time staying in our flat. That being said, and at the risk of stating the obvious, here are some basic ground rules for you to follow.
We’re not the police, nor do we want you to feel like we’re patronizing you, but we think it’s our duty to point out some common-sense stuff, as we’ve had some experiences in the past with guests who haven’t behaved so well.
Respect the neighbors. Put yourself in their shoes and keep the noise down to a minimum after 10PM. You are on holiday, but they are probably stressed about their jobs and would appreciate a good night’s sleep. We want you to have fun but to be reasonable too, and to treat others how you would want them to treat you. Also, try to avoid slamming doors and making a noise in hallways. And please try to be quiet when entering the building. It’s not hard to be a good neighbor and annoying them is only going to get you into trouble, which is something you surely don’t need when you’re on holiday. You’re also not allowed to have more guests than you stated when making your reservation.
No parties! We get it – you’re excited about being in Barcelona. But remember: the walls are thin and if you’re having a party, then so are the neighbors. And they might not be in the mood for one. Bear in mind that they may call the police to complain, which is something we all want to avoid. Any guests causing a disturbance will be asked to leave the apartment immediately. And they won’t get a refund. Sorry!
Keys and check-out
Please do not leave the keys in the mailbox. If you leave earlier than your check-out time, please leave the keys on the table and pull the door shut behind you. Most flats have doors that don’t need to be locked when you leave. Incidentally, that’s something to watch out for, as it’s very easy to get locked out, which is also a bummer – take our word for it! Make sure you lock the door with the key every time you leave the flat. It’ll keep your belongings safer.
Do not smoke inside
NO smoking allowed in the apartment. We care about your lungs, but if you have to do it, please step outside. We’d like to keep the flat smelling nice and fresh for our next guests.
Do not waste energy
We kindly ask you to please turn the lights and air conditioning units OFF whenever you leave the apartment. We care about our planet.
Additional cleaning, bedding, etc. can be arranged for longer stays but please make sure you request this when booking.