Liceu Loft Studio B2
A bright and well-maintained studio apartment sleeps up to four people in the heart of Barcelona next to La Rambla and close to Passeig de Gracia and the Mediterranean coastline.Liceu Loft Studio B2
This is a lovely studio apartment which has lots of space for up to four people to enjoy staying here during a short visit to Barcelona. It has an overall modern feel but with a traditional element in the wooden flooring and brown beamed ceilings. Located on the second floor you will be pleased with the lift access and the street views that you can enjoy from the private balcony. The balcony can be accessed through the double glass door in the living room and would be make a great place to enjoy the sun set as you sip sangria before going into town. In the middle of the apartment is a wooden dining table with four chairs, a painting on the wall next to it and a large lampshade hanging above it. This dining section is set on a slightly higher level to the rest of the apartment which nicely separates it from the living and bedroom area. Furthermore you will find a double bed, wardrobe two single sofa beds and a coffee table. The bathroom is fully furnished and has a glass shower unit.
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Located on the west side of La Rambla in the el Raval area this centrally situated Barcelona apartment is set amongst much day and night entertainment. La Rambla, which is just a few metres away, is full of shops and restaurants. It starts on the north end from Catalunya square and ends on the south end at the Columbus Monument. The 60m high monument has a 7m high statue of Columbus pointing towards the sea. The column is hollow and a lift can take you to a platform from where you can see La Rambla and Port Vell. From Catalunya square you can head into Passeig de Gracia for designer shopping and visiting two of Gaudi’s buildings La Pedrera and Casa Batllo. If you walk to the Universitat metro station, which is by the University of Barcelona, you can catch the L2 metro to the La Sagrada Familia temple which was also designed by Gaudi and is a stunning piece of architecture so make sure you remember your camera. Finish your Gaudi trail at Park Guell which you can reach on the L3 metro from Catalunya.
City area: ramblas