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Referencia: P ROGER DE FLOR 2-2

Este elegante apartamento de 65 m2 para 6 personas está situado en el distrito del Eixample de Barcelona. Está completamente renovado y rediseñado para acomodar a los huéspedes con las demandas de hoy. Dispone de una habitación doble con cama de matrimonio y otra con 2 camas individuales. Hay un confortable sofá cama doble en el gran salón. Totalmente equipado con cocina americana y baño . 3ero piso con ascensor. El alquiler y el depósito se pueden pagar con la tarjeta de crédito a la llegada. El apartamento tiene capacidad para 6 personas y cuenta con un ama de llaves.

EQUIPAMIENTO:TV, A/C, calefacción, horno, microondas, secador de pelo, toallas y sábanas diponibles, plancha y tabla de planchar, nevera, lavadora, lavavajillas. INTERNET/WIFI.

SITUACIÓN:
5 MIN andando de la estación del metro L2: TETUAN
10 MIN andando de L1: ARC DE TRIOMPH
10 MIN caminando del Passeig de Gracia y de la Plaza Cataluña

Las llaves deben ser recogidas antes de las 21h. Si es posterior y antes 00:00 hay un suplemento de 30 EUR.

PRECIO POR MES :
1-6 Pers / Mes / 1500 EUR. (Gastos incluidos hasta 200€)
35% Gastos de agencia incluidos (21% IVA incluidos) + 5 EUR gastos bancarios + Fianza pagada por tarjeta.  75 EUR de limpieza.. La entrega de las llaves debe ser hecha antes de las 21H. Si es hecho más tarde y antes de medianoche esto provocará un coste de 30€ suplementario.

OBSERVACIONES:
Consulte el calendario para disponibilidad. La comisión se paga por adelanto y el resto del alquiler se entregara a la llegada al apartamento donde le serán entregadas las llaves. Una fotocopia del pasaporte es necesaria. Por favor, deje el piso en las mismas condiciones en las que lo encontró. ¡Disfrute de su estancia!

COMO LLEGAR ALLÍ
Metro L2; Parada «Tetuan»
Desde el aeropuerto: Tome el Aerobus azul A1 desde el aeropuerto hasta la parada «Plaza Catalunya». Luego tomar el metro L3 dirección «Trinitat Nova» hasta la estación «Passeig de Gracia» y cambie al metro L2 dirección «BADALONA / Pompeu Fabra» hasta la estación «Tetuan». ’e encontrará a 5 minutos a pie desde el apartamento.Estación de ’ants: Tome la línea de metro L5 dirección «Vall d’Hebron» y bajar en la estación «’agrada Familia». Luego toma el metro L2 dirección «Paralel» hasta la parada «Tetuan». ’e encontrará a 5 minutos a pie desde el apartamento.

Number of bedrooms

3

Facilities

  • Estufa: cocina de inducción
  • Horno
  • INTERNET
  • INTERNET WiFi
  • Microonda
  • Nevera
  • Telefono
  • TV
  • Washing machine

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