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The vacation apartmentDolce Vita is located on the second floor of a significant building in San Sebastian, the former Astoria cinema. This building stands out above all because of the high quality materials used in its construction as well as for being a truly singular building.
The apartmentDolce Vita is situated in the Amara neighborhood, close to the coach station and about a 15 minute stroll from La Concha beach and the Old Town. It is a pleasant and quiet neighborhood where there are all sorts of shops.
The apartment has been decorated using a combination of traditional Basque style and the Seventh Art, with a touch of modernity.
It is a spacious holiday accommodation distributed into 123 square metres with a large open plan lounge-dining room with big windows.
The independent kitchen is perfectly equipped with top of the range electric appliances and kitchenware. It also has a dining area for breakfast time and those informal meals during your holidays.
The apartmentDolce Vita has three double bedrooms and a large sofa-bed (160x200) in the lounge, so there is capacity for up to eight people.
There are two modern bathrooms; one of them has a bath while the other one has been fitted with a shower.
The apartmentDolce Vita also offers two balconies (one exterior and the other interior), high speed Wi-Fi Internet system, flat-screen TV set and the possibility to rent a parking space in the garage underneath the building, which can be reached directly from the apartment. The accommodation includes a cleaning service half-way through your holidays as well as a cot and a high-chair free of charge for the youngest member of your family.
There is excellent communication with the city centre and the Old Town thanks to various lines of local buses. Besides, they are very frequent and it only takes 5 minutes to get to the centre and just 10 to reach the Old Town.
The neighbourhood of Amara represents the city expansion carried out beyond San Martin Street and Easo Street. It has undergone, in the last few years, the biggest urban development in San Sebastian due to the construction of a new neighbourhood: Riberas de Loiola. It is divided into three different areas: Old Amara, New Amara and Riberas de Loiola.
Old Amara is located around the Euskotren Railway Station. It represents the more traditional and classic side of the whole of the neighbourhood. This can be seen in the shops, bars and restaurants found around here. It is worth mentioning the agricultural street market set up the first Saturday of the month at the Easo Square.
The New Amara represents the urban development which took place around 1960s. Nowadays, it is known above all because it houses the majority of sport facilities in the city: the Football Stadium, a cycle track, an ice-skating rink, an athletics track, swimming-pools... It is a lively neighbouhood with lots of shops, bars and parks.
Riberas de Loiola is the newest neighbourhood in San Sebastian which can be reached after a pleasant walk along the river or by crossing the gorgeous Cristina Enea Park. An outstanding characteristic in this area is the great amount of open spaces, squares and parks created in between the buildings.
There is still a lot to be discovered within this neighbourhood. However, it is worth mentioning the church designed by Rafael Moneo (architect who designed the Kursaal Convention Centre), the walkway over the river which takes us to Cristina Enea Park, the sport facilities, a rowing club and what is known as “Memory Garden”.
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Dec 30 2014 - Jan 2 2015
4 night minimum stay
Payment is usually accepted in the quoted currency (Euro) unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.