Apart #564, , Manuel fernandez y gonzalez
Manuel Fernandez y Gonzalez Street.One-bedroom apartament with balcony.District: Centro.Metro: Anton Martin (L1) / Sol (L1, L2, L3).
One-bedroom apartment on 2nd floor with elevator and balcony.
Living room with sofa bed, TV, DVD and dining table for 4 people.
American kitchen with vitroceramic, oven, microwave, washing machine, dishwasher and fridge.
Bedroom with double bed and fitted wardrobe.
Bathroom with shower. Restroom.
Air conditioned (cold).
Heating by radiators.
Bed linen and towels provided.
- 1 sofa-bed
- Air conditioning
- Coffee maker
- Ironing board
- Washing machine
Deposit / Deposit:2 months at check-in, refundable up to 30 days after check out if the apartment is delivered in good conditions.
Check-in / check-out:From 10:00 to 18:00 Monday to Friday, subject to availability of our agents. Check-ins or check-outs outside these hours have an extra charge (consult our agents).
Supplies:Fixed charge or according to consumption, consult before with our agents.
Payment of rent and supplies:First week of each month.
as Letras neighborhood, takes its name from the intense literary activity developed over the centuries XVI and XVII. In this area, they settled some of the most prominent writers of Spanish Golden Age, as Lope de Vega, Quevedo and Góngora. In Atocha strett, was located the press of Juan de la Cuesta, where was printed the edition of Don Quixote de La Mancha (1604). The area is bounded by Jacinto Benavente Square, the Paseo del Prado, the Carrera de San Jeronimo, and, on the south by Atocha street. Some of its most popular routes are emblematic such as Plaza de Santa Ana, de las Huertas street, the Plaza del Ángel, del Prado street and Echegaray street, among others.
In 2008 the district was declared a Priority Residential Area which is restricted by vehicular traffic. There are several pedestrian streets, Huertas and Cervantess streets. Most buildings were built in the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. From the time of the Golden Age there have been preserved a few buildings, the Casa-Museo de Lope de Vega, where the writer lived between 1610 - 1635, the Convento de San Ildefonso de las Trinitarias Descalzas, where was buried Miguel de Cervantes, and the San Sebastian Church. The eighteenth century are the Palazzo del Conde de Tepa, the Royal Academy of History and the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of Madrid. Other buildings of architectural interest are the Spanish Theater, Simeon Building and the Ateneo of Madrid. The neighborhood is known for its great nightlife activity, concentrated in bars, nightclubs and pubs in the vicinity of de las Huertas street and Plaza Santa Ana.
Metro: Anton Martin (L1) / Sol (L1, L2, L3).
Link Plano Metro Madrid: www.metromadrid.es, For transportation by bus www.emtmadrid.es
- *Bachelor parties not allowed
- *Hooligans not allowed
- *Not adapted for disabled guests
- *Parties not allowed
- *Pets not allowed
- *Smoking not allowed