Catalonia, good wine country


Casa Rovira - Barcelona

Reference: waytobcn balcón
Capacity: from 1 to 4 people
Price: From 180 € / night
Rosselló - 08008 - Barcelona
Telephone: +34.934390959
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Elevator, Heating, Air conditioning, Air conditioning in living-room, Fan, Backyard
Balcony, Bed linen, Safety box, Baby cot, High chair
Bathroom, Shower, Towels, Hairdryer, Gel and shampoo, Vacuum, Washing machine, Tumble dryer, Iron
Kitchen, Oven, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Dishwasher, Coffee maker, Coffee maker Nespresso, Toaster, Squeezer, Dishes
TV, Smart TV, Optic fiber, Internet, Free wifi, Netflix or similar included
Recycling glass, Recycling plastic, Recycling organic waste, LED lighting, Heat pumps, Wall insulation, Nearby public transport, Eco cleaning products, No plastic cups, No plastic cutlery
Cleaning and desinfection, Linens washed in high temp, Europe cleaning standards
Casa Rovira Description


This completely renovated apartment is located in the charming Eixample district, just a one-minute walk from the important Passeig de Gràcia Avenue. The stunning Casa Milà Building is 300 metres away.

Cool blue and grey tones decorate one of the double bedrooms, while the other has a soft white decor. A wide hallway leads to a sunlit living room with a sofa and dining table. Double doors lead from the living room to a conservatory with stained glass windows and armchairs. The modern kitchen has a breakfast bar and the utensils needed to cook delicious meals.

The apartment is situated between the Diagonal Metro Station, and the Provença and Barcelona-Passeig de Gracia‎ Train Stations. Casa Batlló is another renowned building by Gaudi and is a 3-minute walk away. Plaza Catalunya Square is 5 minutes away on foot.

Various bars, restaurants, shops and cafes can be found on the surrounding streets.


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