Comfort and design in one of the most attractive areas of Madrid
Located in Calle Pelayo, one of the most picturesque streets in the Chueca neighbourhood, this cosy, elegant and modern two-bedroom, two-bathroom flat is ideal for up to 4 people. It is located on a first floor outside with large windows facing the street. The decoration is distinguished by its modern furniture in neutral tones with touches of greenish colour and a careful attention to detail. It is the perfect space for those seeking comfort and design in one of the most attractive areas of Madrid.
Access to the flat is through a hall that opens to the right to the open space of the living / dining room, very bright through its two windows to the street. The living room has a large white sofa with three seats, two green armchairs and a glass coffee table with a bronze base, side tables and a white carpet. The dining room has an oval marble table for six people, with 4 chairs in fabric and at the back a long armchair for two people in dark grey. Some beautiful and modern glass lamps hang from the ceiling. The back wall has a wallpaper with very striking leaves and flowers that match the whole atmosphere to give a fresh and cosy touch. It has an elegant metal and glass bar table that gives a lot of personality to the space.
The kitchen is in white with pretty bronze handles and a bluish wall in the background. It is separated from the living/dining room by two open spaces and an intermediate wall that houses Mexican decorative motifs and a shelf. The open-plan kitchen hides all the top-of-the-line appliances that the guest may need and is fully equipped. There is also a white wall unit for storing kitchen utensils.
The bedrooms are on the opposite side of the living/dining room. The corridor to the bedrooms has a second full bathroom in black and grey, with a glass shower cubicle and a large round mirror. The master bedroom is at the beginning of the corridor and has a comfortable double bed (1.60 x 2.00) with a fabric headboard, two bedside tables and an attractive black and white background wallpaper. It has a large wardrobe and an en-suite bathroom with a glass shower cubicle and a large wooden bathroom cabinet. The second bedroom is at the end of the corridor and has a single trundle bed with a modern bedside table and a large wardrobe.
The flat has central air conditioning and radiator heating. The floor of the whole flat is made of wood, which gives a cosy atmosphere to the whole space, except for the bathrooms which are made of slabs.
Flat TV in the room with Cable, Internet and high speed WIFI, Central Heating and Air Conditioning, Dishwasher, Washer/Dryer, Refrigerator, Electric Kitchen, Electric Oven, Household appliances (Nespresso coffee maker, blender, juicer, kettle) Iron and ironing table, Hair dryer. Complete kitchen equipment for 8 people.
All hotel quality bedding, white, 100% cotton 300 threads. Also 100% cotton towels of 550 g.
Services included in the price
● To 120Є for electricity, gas and water costs for one month’s rent.
● Cable TV and internet/wifi service.
Services NOT included in the price
● Booking and CheckIn Fee
● Outgoing cleaning
Located on Pelayo Street, in the bohemian and vibrant Chueca neighbourhood, compared to New York’s SOHO, it is full of restaurants, shops, theatres, shops with exclusive products, bars and a great cultural offer. The popular Chueca neighbourhood hides in its narrow, cobbled streets, squares, markets, terraces and unique buildings with elegant 19th century facades that blend in with the modernity of a picturesque part of the city. The neighbourhood has easy access to public transport, and the nearby metro stations of Chueca (just 200 metres away), Gran Vía and Alonso Martínez.
PLACES OF INTEREST NEARBY
Gran Vía and Alcalá streets, Popular Plaza de Chueca, Paseo de Recoletos, Fuencarral, Fernando VI and Barquillo shopping streets, Círculo de Bellas Artes, Plaza Pedro Zerolo, Plaza del Rey, Casa de las Siete Chimeneas, Plaza de Santa Bárbara, San Antón market, Barceló market, San Ildefonso market, Romantic Museum, Palacio de Longoria.