The comfortable, modern loft in the Malasaña district is 50 metres from Plaza Dos de Mayo and 100 metres away from Calle Fuencarral.
Walking Gran Via and Chueca are ten minutes away, Puerta del Sol is 15 minutes away, and the Museo de Pradol is 40 minutes away. We are at Tribunal metro stop, although three metro stops, Tribunal, Bilbao, and Noviciado, are nearby. All of the amenities are in the surroundings including a market, shops, restaurants, theatres, terraces, and a children's playground in a nearby square.
It is new, clean, well lit, pretty, and peaceful. There is a 20-m living room and open spaces. You will find neither a corridor nor obstacles. You can organise the place to suit your own tastes, whether you visit the city for work or on holiday.
Enjoy the 42” TV, Wi-Fi, fully equipped kitchen, great heating, air con, ample wardrobe space, brand new mattresses, and a comfortable double sofa bed. The extra bed has a single latex mattress (shown the picture of the white sofa). The building is both peaceful and classic.
Malasaña is thought to be Madrid's bohemian neighbourhood. It may be quiet, but there is nothing boring about it. Here tradition both young and old live together without hassle, tradition blends easily with modernity. Its stone streets have a relaxed feel during the day, suitable for neighbourhood life without the nuisance of traffic or the noise from the other streets in the city centre. On weekends, people flock to these streets. There is animated nightlife on the terraces and in the restaurants, pubs, theatres. That being said, you won’t disturb the relaxing atmosphere in the flat. Walking around and making discoveries is a delight with the range of fantastic, cheap deals.
Over the last few years, the neighbourhood has been revamped; artists and visitors have put it on the map opening shops, galleries, bookshops, restaurants, and original cultural offerings.
The building was built in the 1800s, like almost all of Malasaña. It has two large balconies with plants that lead onto the quiet Calle Santa Lucia. To reach the third floor, you climb up a winding staircase... Some families in the building have lived their whole lives here and, in the last few years, more young professionals have moved into its flats.
The recently renovated flat is a welcome surprise. It makes you feel really comfortable and right at home in Madrid from the moment you arrive, guaranteed.