Airbnb Centrum Barcelona met tof dakterras
Want to know how we live in BCN? Do it in a exclusive and characteristic penthouse with stunning private terrace 90m2 sleep in a King size futon. Enjoy the local live in the center city, less 1 min.walking to La Rambla, Boquería, Liceu, MACBA or the Cathedral, just a short walk to reach the beaches, Villa Olympica an the Barceloneta. Enjoy Sonar, Primavera Sound, DGTL, Mobile congress…or just fall in love with city unknown spots where locals does or enjoy the nightlife. BCN is waiting!
The apartment especially charming because it is like a village house above a building in the center of Barcelona. It has a terrace of 95 m2 with a wooden pallet of 25 m 2. The ceiling it makes you feel like you are not in a city.
It is decorated with a industrial/vintage and cosy atmosphere with design furniture and great comfort. Two streets from La Rambla, in the very center city near to everything. The private terrace is my favorite place, I spend the mornings in winter, noon and afternoons on spring an great nights on summer…full of cactus and other kind of plants as it is gardening my favourite hobby.
Internet, wi-fi, exclusive use terrace, king sizee bed, personal attention, tv, smeg appliances, dishwasher, microwave, grill, washing machine, home cinema … all that is in the attic you can join it…it will be as your home.
Interacting with guests is full availability for whatever you need, city information and neighbourhood, as for any emergency that might help you always without invading your space or time, my house will only for you I will be in another house … Arrivals will be myself waiting for you with flexible schedules, tracking to ensure a pleasant stay experience, honestly close, friendly treatment as I am. Information of all kinds, museums, restaurants, clubbing, GAY FRIENDLY etc … total involvement in helping overcome any setbacks and whether medical, logistics, etc …
Pets are allowed without charging
I love Raval, its history, mixed with the hot spots with ancient buildings combined with the tourist boom of the city and it still keeps its own and real identity.
I recommend experimenting in the neighbourhood … dinner at trendy restaurant, have a drink on a terrace in front of the MACBA, walk along the La Rambla, an exhibition in a small gallery, the massana school garden, enjoy the multiculturalism on the streets, visit 2nd hand clothes street, eat some tapas in La Boqueria the central market, having something to remember doing some pictures on Botero’s cat in la Rambla del Raval, going out on the most fancy night bars in Barcelona, falling in love with the characteristic street where I lived since 14 years ago.