Studio #221, 2 Adults, Mayor

Details

Studio
Bedrooms
0
Bathrooms
1
Max. number of people
2
Elevator
Yes
Rating
  • Comfortable
Floor
7
Size
45 m²
District
  • Centre
Postal code
28012
Building
Latitude
40.416383
Logitude
-3.705969
Id
221

Full property description

Mayor street.
Studio attic.
District: Center.
Metro: SOL (lines 1, 2 & 3, also Cercanias train).

Studio, 7th floor with elevator. Fully furnished and equipped.
Living / Dinning room with sofa, table, Tv, DVD, mirror and wardrobe. American kitchen with vitroceramic, over, microwave, washing machine and fridge. Double bed, spacious wardrobe. Full equipped. Bathroom with cabin shower.
Wooden floor.
Air conditioning.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION
.Min stay 6 months
.Rental amount 6 to 10 month stay: €890/month
.Rental amount 11 months or more: Rent €790/ month

Amenities

  • Elevator
  • Parking - on-street
  • Washing machine
  • Iron
  • Ironing board
  • Bed linen provided
  • TV
  • DVD player
  • WiFi
  • Oven
  • Microwave
  • Coffee maker
  • Dishwasher
  • Refrigerator
  • Vitro ceramic
  • Toaster
  • Kitchen utensils provided
  • Air-conditioning
  • Shower
  • Towels provided
  • Hair dryer
  • Smoking
  • Children

Arrival sheet

DFLAT Office working time: Mon to Friday, from 10:00 to 19:00 hr.

APARTMENTS:
.Check-in time: Mon to Friday, from 10:00 to 19:00 hr.
.Surcharge of €30 For each check in, check out or delivery of keys on Saturdays, Sundays, public holiday or any time outside the working time from 10:00 to 19:00 hr.
.No check-in or check-out: From 21:00 to 09:00 am.

RESERVATION PROCEDURE:
.DFLAT Booking fee and 1st month rental amount by banking transfer.

RENTAL CONDITIONS:
.At check-in time you have to pay the guarantee deposit (2 rents, refundable at end of contract).
.Supply invoices (water, electricity, etc): according to consumption.
.Monthly rental + supply payment: 1st week of each month.
.Final cleaning: up 1 month stay free of charge; from 1 to 6 months single charge of €60; more than 6 months €110 vat incl.

Area description

Center district is the heart of Madrid, with narrow streets full of people, shops, bars and academies of all type and condition. It is a commercial and pass-through area, where the famous Kilómetro Cero is located, meeting spot both for tourists and locals, where you can find buildings and emblematic areas of the capital city, such as the Palacio Real or the Plaza Mayor. Lately, houses’ facades, which are mostly from last century, have been renovated, and some lovers of the hustle and bustle of the center have reformed the flats. The headquarters of several companies are in this neighbourhood, as well as all kinds of shops, commercial centers and street vendors. Furthermore, in Puerta del Sol, there are several shops that can’t be found anywhere else in Madrid, and there are plentiful pubs, coffee shops and old taverns, being the latter the tourists’ favorite.

Gran Via is one of the main streets of Madrid, starting in Alcala Street and ending at the Plaza de España. It is an important landmark in the city from a commercial point of view, tourism and leisure. It is famous for its cinemas and theaters, though in recent years some have closed and others have successfully converted to musical theater, so the stretch between the Plaza de Callao and Plaza de España is known as the Broadway of Madrid.
The stretch between the Red de San Luis and Plaza de Callao now hosts many international and fashion stores.

On this road lies the Telefónica building, tallest skyscraper in Spain in 1929, with 88 meters, the Metropolis Building, first skyscraper in Madrid, Edificio España, 117 meters, built in 1953 or the Torre de Madrid, 142 meters, was the tallest skyscraper in Europe.

The Plaza de Callao is located at the end of the street "Preciados", and in the middle of the Gran Via. As the Gran Vía, Plaza de Callao was built between 1910 and 1940, and is one of the most renowned meeting places of the city with great shopping and gastronomic offer.

In addition, in this area is located the famous Puerta del Sol, where you can find the so-called Kilometer Zero of all Spanish roads. The Post House clock especially emphasizes, built and donated in the nineteenth century by José Rodríguez de Losada, and whose bells of 12 midnight December 31 marks the tradition oft eating the twelve grapes of the vast majority of the Spanish people.

Activities

  • Sightseeing
  • Shopping
  • Restaurants
  • Cinemas/movie theaters
  • Museums
  • Theaters
  • Concert halls
  • Health/beauty spa
  • Antique shops
  • Fitness center/gym
  • Yoga

Stay Dates

Check-in
Check-out

Number Of Guests

Adults
Children 4-13 yrs
Babies 0-3 yrs

Availability calendar

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