Vacation Rental Description
Traditional, yet modern, the Liceu one bedroom
has been designed to cater your needs. A stone throw away from las Ramblas.
The Liceu is a typical loft on an 18th century building, just a step away from las Ramblas promenade. Simple and functional, it has been designed thinking about your convenience and enjoyment. While the outside is bustling, the interior is relaxed. Bright with large windows that can be opened wide to let the natural light flow freely inside. The traditional Catalan vault ceilings and smooth wooden floors confer an authentic quality to this centric apartment. The loft is furnished with a sofabed, a tall cabinet and for you leisure time there is a flat screen TV and also Wi-Fi Internet Service. The dining table for four is adjacent to the completely equipped kitchen: fridge, stove, microwave, toaster, coffee maker, kettle and cupboards filled with pans, dishes and utensils. The bedroom is serene, fitted out with twin beds. The en-suite bathroom is snow white and glossy tiled fresh. The air conditioning and heating makes it perfect for stays all year round. It can host four persons, it's on the third floor and it has an elevator, which is a luxury in the historic part of the city.Services and facilitiesBedlinen and towels providedAir ConditioningWifi Internet
The Liceu Apartment is just a step away from las Ramblas, one of the most famous boulevards in the world. This unique stretch of bars, cafés, shops, restaurants and hotels is populated by a picturesque fauna of street performers and live statues. Along its way you will find the colourful abundance of el Mercado de la Boquería or the Gran Teatre del Liceu - to which the apartment owes its name. The Liceu is the second largest Opera House in Europe, only Milan's La Scala has more room than the thirty-five-hundred seats of el Liceu.
Las Ramblas are a very important reference in Barcelona, wherever you might want to go you'll walk up & down this great promenade. If you walk down you'll go towards the harbour and run into Christopher Columbus lifting his finger and pointing in the wrong direction... - well, old story. If you walk up, you'll be absorbed by Portal del Angel's mayhem with its many shops and big stores.
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