The sumptuous 2-bedroom Lauria Suites apartment sleeps up to 5 guests comfortably and is located in the city’s popular Eixample neighbourhood.Lauria Suites
With its cool modern décor, creamy walls and sleek wooden floor boards, this 5th floor apartment boasts a very inviting ambience. You are sure to feel right at home here. Lot of natural light floods the apartment via the beautiful tall French windows which can be opened wide to reveal charming Juliette balconies. The two bedrooms have a simple unfussy décor, good quality storage furniture, a comfortable double bed and a flat screen TV for your entertainment. The sofa in the living room also converts easily into a double bed in the evenings for two more guests. Mealtimes are taken care of in the fully equipped kitchen where you can rustle up anything from a tasty snack to a three course meal. Why not prepare daily picnics to take with you on your travels around the city? A dining table and chairs is also provided to make dinner times more sociable and comfortable for everyone. You will also find a beautiful private bathroom fitted with a sink, shower and toilet. The apartment is fully air conditioned for your comfort.
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You will find the Lauria Suites apartment in the popular Eixample district of central Barcelona. A largely middle class residential area, it is both clean and safe. As you can see from the map, it has a very distinctive grid-like street layout with bold boulevards and striking diagonal avenues. It is also home to the city’s most popular architecture, attracting millions of visitors every year. Be sure to take a closer look at the iconic La Sagrada Familia, the life’s work and life’s love of Antoni Gaudi, the city’s favourite son. As with all of his other buildings, this arresting structure has always divided aesthetic opinion. Some say it resembles a mound of melted stone whilst others think he is a genius and his designs are beautiful. Unfortunately Gaudi did not live long enough to see his La Sagrada Familia completed, dying in 1926. There may not be much hope for the rest of us either, since the building remains unfinished with the most recent expected completion date being 2041. If you decide that you like Gaudi’s work then be sure to check out Cassa Batllo and La Pedrera, two equally impressive structures.
City area: Eixample