Comfortable and central with a touch of Catalan style, the delightful 1-bedroom Comtal 51 apartment sleeps up to 4 guests.Comtal 51
Located on the 5th floor and accessed by a lift, this wonderful city pad is ideal for a small family or groups of friends visiting Barcelona. Inside you will find a cool and well designed interior boasting fresh creamy walls and luxurious tiled flooring throughout. The apartment is supplied with lots of natural light via the big windows and your comfort is assured by the addition of attractive and functional contemporary furniture. Make yourself at home in the living room where you will find a large chunky sofa which also converts easily into a bed for two of your guests at nighttimes. An excellent flat screen TV with lots of international channels is also provided here for everyone’s entertainment. Feeling hungry? Why not prepare some tasty snacks or conjure up a three course meal for your guests in the wonderful fully fitted kitchen? There’s also a stylish dining table and chairs to serve your creations up at which is of course so much more comfortable and sociable. There is one private bedroom fitted with a double bed and excellent storage. It is simply decorated to encourage restful sleep and you will find pretty bed-side lighting and art works above the pillows. The apartment also includes a private bathroom fitted with a bath, shower, sink and toilet.
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Comtal 51 Location
Located in L’Eixample, the city’s largest and relatively newest of districts, you will find the Comtal 51 apartment close to almost all of the most popular architecture in the city. Eixample is home to the iconic La Sagrada Familia and La Pedrera, both designed by the city’s vey own Antoni Gaudi. On the map you can easily recognise Eixample's distinctive grid-like street structure, its bold diagonal avenues and striking boulevards contrasting starkly with the medieval labyrinth of streets in nearby El Gottico. Eixample translates as ‘extension’ which is very apt since it was created as an overflow for the city’s burgeoning population in the 19th century industrial boom.
City area: Eixample