Building Plaza de España. Studio. District: Centro. Metro: Plaza de España (lines 3, 10) / Gran Via (line 1) / Noviciado (lines 2, 10).
Exterior studio on 5th floor with elevator. Fully furnished and equipped. Living-dinning room with sofa bed, TV and dinning table for 4 peoples. American kitchen equipped with vitroceramic, microwave, fridge and washing machine. Bedroomwith married bed, fitted wardrob and desk. Adittional bed. Bathroom with shower. Wooden floor. Air conditioning. Central heating. Bed linen and towels provided.
NOTICE: For 1 year or shorter contract term, ask for monthly Rental price, and Guarantee Deposit amount.
DFLAT Office hours: Mon to Friday, from 10:00 to 19:00
Usual Check in time from 10:00 to 19:00
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.
No check-in or check-out: From 21:00 to 09:00 am.
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Reservation procedure / Rental conditions: DFLAT Booking fee and 1st month rent by banking transfer. At check-in time you have to pay 2 months of guarantee deposit (refundable at end of contract). Supply invoices (water, electricity, etc): to pay by banking from your current account in Madrid. Lopez de Hoyos. Monthly rental payment: 1st week of each month.
Centro is the name of a district belonging to the city of Madrid. The center of Madrid is the oldest district of the city area. The district is bounded with Atocha in the south, with the districts of Arganzuela and Latina; east along the Paseo del Prado and Recoletos, to the north by the district of Chamberí and to the west by the district of Moncloa-Aravaca. The district is divided into six areas; Palacio, Embajadores, Cortes, Justicia, Universidad y Sol. Among its attractions are Puerta del Sol, Plaza Mayor, Gran Vía, Plaza de España, Paseo del Prado, Palacio Real, Teatro Real y Banco de España. The district has a wide variety of museums, theaters and cinemas, besides having one of the most popular shopping areas. The district is characterized by buildings of four to six plants, however contains three of the oldest skyscraper in Spain: Edificio Telefónica, Edificio España y la Torre de Madrid.
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 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 chain stores.
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 price, and in the middle of the
Gran Via. Like 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 peolple.
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