Apartment of elegant and modern design, fully equipped with everything necessary for a stay more than comfortable. It has two rooms with double bed and, two bedrooms with two single beds in each one, and one last single room. Large and open living room, private terrace with views and ideal to enjoy the outdoors in absolute privacy. A dream apartment.2 Double bedroom2 Bedroom with 2 single beds each onePrivate terraceBig open living roomPrivileged location a few meters from the beach.Communal swimming pool.Private furnished terrace.Wonderful views.Touristic Tax: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 0.65 euro VAT = 0.72 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.Check-in fees:from 14:00h to 19:59h : 15 € (Bank holidays, Saturday and Sunday)from 20:00h to 22:59h: 25€from 23:00h to 00:59h: 40€from 01:00h to 09:00h: 50€Saturday, Sunday and bank holidays will have an extra charge of 15€.TOURIST LICENCE: HUTB 012043
The apartment is located at the Villa Olímpica, just a few steps from two of the best beaches in Barcelona: Icaria and Barceloneta, where you will find plenty of bars, 'chiringuitos' (bars by the seaside), restaurants, lounge clubs and discos. Also, you will be able to have a walk around the Olympic Port, the 'dels Voluntaris' square, where you will find Spain’s two highest towers: the Arts Hotel, with its fabulous golden fish designed by architect Frank O. Ghery, and the MAPFRE Tower, the giant fountain by Josep M. Mercè and Antoni Llena’s David i Goliat sculpture. There you will find the Barceloneta, which used to be a fishermen’s neighborhood and was built in the 18th century over past sea lands that housed the city’s old port in the 15th century.