Paseo del Borne Loft A
Bright and comfortable, the elegant Paseo del Borne Loft A holiday apartment sleeps up to 4 guests in the trendiest neighbourhood in town.Paseo del Borne Loft A
This outstanding holiday home combines the old with the new with its beautiful exposed wooden ceiling joists and contemporary furnishings. You will find a cool sophisticated palette on the walls and delicious light wooden flooring under foot. The living room has a comfortable armchair and large sofa for relaxing together after long days out exploring the city. The latter converts easily into a double bed for two of your guests to sleep on. A flat screen TV with international channels is also provided here for your entertainment. The apartment extends outside with a pretty balcony as well as access to a stunning roof terrace. Here you can relax in style in the Barcelona sun with an iced coffee and a good book or share a bottle of wine with your guests. Rustle up a tasty snack in the pretty kitchen area. It is fully fitted with all the equipment you could need for preparing your favourite meals from home. At the far end of the apartment you will find a beautiful bedroom with a double bed, storage furniture and pretty bed side lighting. There’s a stylish private bathroom fitted with a shower, wash basin and toilet. This delightful 1st floor apartment is fully air conditioned and accessed via a lift.
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Paseo del Borne Loft A Location
The Paseo del Borne Loft A apartment is located, as the name suggests, in El Borne, the swankiest neighbourhood in town. You will find some of the most popular and interesting visitor attractions here including the excellent Picasso Museum which is just a short walk away. The breathtaking Palau de la Musica concert venue is certainly worth a peek and right on your doorstep lies the stunning Santa Maria del Mar basilica. The name appropriately translates as ‘St. Mary of the Sea’ as it was the place of worship for the shipbuilders and merchants of Gothic Barcelona. Completed in 1384 after just 55 years of construction (extremely quick by building standards of the time) it remains the only surviving example of pure Catalan Gothic style. A look inside comes recommended. The mesmerising towering columns appear to almost defy gravity. Antoni Gaudi was equally transfixed by them and they became a major influence on him for his design of La Sagrada Familia, the most iconic and controversial building in the city, if not the country.
City area: El Born