About This Listing
If you are planning to visit the most magical city in europe with an incomparable relaxed person and you want to spend an unforgetable time in a very comfortable, spacious and modern apartment, you should keep on reading this announcement...
The flat is located in Eixample esquerre, a place to satisfy your high demands for night life! It is well known for it´s safety and is reachable by foot from every point of the city.
Designed by Ildefons Cerdà, and constructed in the 19th and early 20th centuries, this neighbourhood is characterized by long straight streets and octagonal blocks.
-10 mins to Raval
-10 mins to Gracia
-12 mins to Placa Espanya - A main square in barcelona, from which you can find Gran Via de les Corts Catalanes and Avinguda del Paral-lel, Montjuic and La Fuente Magica.
-15 mins to Placa Catalunya - one of the main squares in Barcelona, where Passeig de Gracia, Portal de l'Àngel and Las Ramblas meet.
All are reachable by foot.
The Flat is situated in Carrer d'Aribau 97, between Carrer de Provenca and Carrer the
Mallorca. It is surrounded by bars, restaurants, supermarkets and cinemas. We have 3 Metros nearby, Universitat, Hospital clinic and Diagonal.
check (website hidden) maps to have an idea:
The apartment is equipped with everything you need!
In the room is a Queen-size bed, two wardrobes, a heater,fan for the hot nights in summer, shelves, a table, 2 sofas (which can be taken out if necessary) and Wi-fi. Towels and bed-linen are included.
Large living room with a big table, sofa, TV, DVD player (we have a big movie collection)
Fully equipped kitchen with washing machine, fridge, freezer, a table,oven and microwave.
Bathroom contains a combined bath and shower.
All spaces, except of my bedroom are free to use. I would like you to feel like your at home!
If you won´t carry your laptop, there is an iPad available at home.
The price includes gas, water, internet, bed-linen and towels.
The flat is to rent for a maximum period of 1 month.
I am a smoker, so feel free to smoke if you do; if you are a non-smoker, you will not be disturbed by the smoke as the rooms are far-away from each other.
I work during the middle of the week and come home around 7pm.
Pinar, 30, originally from Berlin living and working for quite some time in Barcelona.
If you have any other questions, please dont hesitate to write or call or ask for more pictures!
You can use all areas and all amenities in the flat. the only space of privacy is my own room.
Interaction with Guests
i try to meet all expectations of my guests. please let me know upon arrival your wishes like no softener in bed sheets and towels, hard or soft pillows, allergic non smokers..
i would love to provide you information about places to visit, recommended restaurants, opening hours of locations/sights. let me know before arrival what would interest you the most, i will prepare some suggestions for you.
In Eixample you will encounter gourmet temples for very affordable prices.
Bars on every corner and very close to nightlife.
quite at night and full of life during the day.
The Aerobus from the Airport will stop just in a 6min walking distance. it takes around 30mins to be home from the airport, which is located outside of the city.
the flat is surrounded by 4 metro stations and several bus stops.
The first rule is to read the House rules :)
i offer my guest room for about 4 years and working with airbnb for more than 3 years now.
you know, renting a room on airbnb is not renting a hotel.
no additional guests than the ones who booked the room on airbnb
i need to know in advance your check-in and out time, so i can arrange it with my job to get free hours.
Fair use for utilities and shared / common areas. It is expected to be conscious, thoughtful and social in the use of utilities and common areas.
Water in spain is precious, don't keep the water running unnecessarily. turn off the light/fan when you leave the room.
Please keep in mind that i need my night rest and my neighbors too.
if you meet the basic rules of coexistence, you are welcome whenever you want.
Very nice apartment. Looked bigger then in the photos shown on here and a bit different but not in a bad way. Pinar was very welcoming and very sweet. We didn't see her much as she was gone by the time we woke up and asleep by the time we got back. Pleasant experience though. Bed was comfy enough and the room was big enough for the two of us.
Pinar is very nice and the location is fabulous，u can walk to Casa Batlló even in 10minutes . And also very close to the business street but it's such a safe and quiet block. Just a little far from the metro station but in Barcelona the city layout is so simple u can find it easily . it's a amazing city and we haved a wonderful experience there .
Pinar was very welcoming and flexible about coming and going. I stayed for 5 nights while in town to take a test. While I didn't see much of Pinar and her boyfriend due to their schedules and mine, the space was perfect for my needs, quiet above all else. There is a bit of noise from the neighbors but nothing to keep you up at night. The apartment was well-situated within easy walking distance to bus and metro lines and many decent cafes and restaurants nearby the apartment. Pinar also has an assortment of guidebooks and maps which I found helpful. No problems with the wifi during my stay.
I really enjoyed my stay in Barcelona. Pinar's apartments was very nice, big, and clean. The room was very big and Pinar provided many amenities in case you may have forgotten something when packing. I was even able to do a load of laundry which was nice. Pinar was out of town for the most part of my stay, but she provided contacts for me in case I needed anything. She was a great host. The location of the apartment was very close to the metro so it was easy to get to place to place. She had maps and a travel book for Barcelona available in the room which was nice. There were many restaurants nearby as well as small grocery stores. I would definitely recommend staying here and I would stay here again.
Lovely flat with a great location! Pinar was very warm and welcoming- thank you for adding to my Barcelona experience!
I have stayed at Pinar's apartment for 2 nights. The location was so good, i have just walked to the beach, to the main cathedral and so on. She was very kind, nice host. The only problem was that, wifi didn't worked well in the room, so had to go to living room. The rest was super
Pinar has been an amazing host! She is really friendly and the house is nice & clean. The room is big and cozy. Thanks Pinar!!
you can find here the best tapas and original spanish food in barcelona. its a quite and authentic street in typical Eixample style. We have lots of recommendations for bars and restaurants.
Right out of a scene from Mad Men, Dry Martini is an ultra suave cocktail bar, a place to see and be seen and, although a little further out than most, is well worth the trip.
An old style Bodega (wine cellar) and Tapas bar on the partly pedestrianised Rambla de Catalunya, this is another guide book favourite and has again suffered for it.
Paco Meralgo is more than just a tavern. Elaborate and creative tapas, half portions and portions with the best products.
Cerveceria Catalana is a must! A wide selection of mouth-watering meats, cheeses, seafood, breads, salads, mini hamburgers and much more.
Situated just outside the old town at the bottom of Calle Enric Granados, Flamant offers high quality food at great prices.
This is not the typical tapas joint for tourists. They cater mostly to people that work around and look for a nice combination on good price and excellent food. From breakfast to late dinner.
if you are interested to do some shopping, passeig de gracia is one of the best streets. shops are followed by shops and its very nearby, good to rest after a long shopping day.
Casa Milà, commonly known as La Pedrera is the largest civil building designed by Antoni Gaudi. It was Gaudi's last work before devoting himself to the construction of the Sagrada Familia.
Casa Batlló is one of the two great buildings designed by Antoni Gaudi on Passeig de Gracia
A wonderfully atmospheric little downstairs bar just off Passeig de Gracia.
La Rambla is a street in central Barcelona, popular with both tourists and locals alike. A 1.2 kilometer-long tree-lined pedestrian mall between Barri Gòtic and El Raval
Gracia is immediately recognizable for its narrow streets, a stark contrast to the wide,modern boulevards of L’Eixample. It's known as a hip area with an active and politically-conscious community.
if you want to drink of the so called aphrodisiac of the soul(Absinth), with all the ritual of melting the sugar cube with the proper spoon then don’t be frightened … no harm will come to you.
Of the dozens of cafes and restaurants on "prestigious" Granados, Habaluc is without doubt one of the very best!
Barcelona’s oldest cocktail bar, opened in 1933.It’s a classic art deco bar with bartenders in tuxedos who will mix you a cocktail with style.
The Indie music temple-This is one of the few centrally located places open for live performances of emerging bands in Barcelona!
he best products from Catalonia in one place: fruit, vegetables, fish and seafood, tapas bars like El Quim and others...Just Perfect!!
One of Barcelona's most important modernist buildings, the Palau de la Música Catalana is located in Sant Pere, on the corner of Sant Pere Més Alt and Via Laietana, in El Born.
Raval is a fashionable host o a wide variety of art studios,galleries and trendy bookshops,not to mention the imposing MACBA (museum of modern art) and CCCB which is the neighboring exhibition centre.
The Arenas de Barcelona is a former bullring turned commercial complex near the Plaça d'Espanya. From the publicly accessible rooftop visitors have great views over the city.
The Cathedral of the Holy Cross .The cathedral has a secluded Gothic cloister where 13 white geese are kept, the number explained by the assertion that Eulalia was 13 when she was martyred
The original building was destroyed in a fire and in 1999 was rebuilt to great artistic and technological quality, and maintains the decorative feel of the original house
This historic hotchpotch of narrow and, in many cases, pedestrianised streets and squares is full of character and charm and home to hundreds of shops, bars and restaurants.
This beautiful arch was built for the 1888 Universal Exposition. The Arc de Triomf, situated at the end of a wide promenade, served as the exposition's main entrance.
The magic fountain is a spectacular display of colour, light, motion, music and water acrobatics - if you mix all these elements together in just the right combinations, you end up with pure magic!
The MNAC, the National Art Museum of Catalonia, is Barcelona's most important museum with art collections spanning from the Middle Ages to the 20th century.
Park Guell was commissioned by Eusebi Güell who wanted to create a stylish park for Barcelona aristocracy.
The park contains amazing stone structures, stunning tiling and fascinating buildings.
Formerly an obsolete harbor, the Port Vell was turned into a modern yacht-basin and entertainment center.
The Sagrada Familia, Antoni Gaudí's unfinished masterpiece.
Construction on this church will continue for at least several more decades, but it has already become Barcelona's most important landmark.
A must see for every football and FC Barcelona Fan.
The Monestir de Pedralbes is a former monastery built in the early 14th century.The complex is open to the public and it sheds a light on what monastic life must have been like during the Middle Ages.