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APARTMENT MADRID - MALASARA - Calle de Pizarro - # 110MRg
Comfortable apartment set a few minutes from the Metro Stop Noviciado or Metro stop Tribunal that will allow you to reach the other parts of the city and a few steps from the Gran Via, one of the main streets of Madrid, near shops and restaurants.
40m2 apartment set on the 2nd floor with elevator is composed of :
With double sofa bed, coffee table, bookshelves, table and chairs, TV, bookshleves and cupboards, window;
Fully equipped with electric stove, electric oven, microwave, fridge and freezer, coffee machine, washing machine, cupboards and utensils;
With double bed, bedside table, wardrobe open window on the living room
With shower, sink, hair dryer, wc;

Independent heating, TV, washing machine, microwave, elevator.

Security deposit refundable at the end of the stay: 200€.
Arrivals after 21:00 have an additional 30€ charge.

Malasaña apartment is located in a building of mid-twentieth century, a few minutes from the Metro Stop Noviciado or Metro stop Tribunal and a few steps from the Gran Via, one of the main streets of Madrid.
It is a small apartment, bright, very quiet and cozy, and especially very well placed to stay a few days in Madrid as a tourist or on business, due to its central location and very good communication with public transport. Located in the heart of the bohemian and alternative neighbourhood of Malasaña, and next to the neighbourhoods of Chueca (Madrid's Soho called) across the Street Fuencarral and neighbourhood Conde Duque crossing the street San Bernardo.

Description of the apartment:
The apartment sleeping up to 4 people is furnished in a simply and cozy way. It has a bedroom with double bed and a living room with sofa bed. One bathroom with shower and fully equipped kitchen: fridge, washing machine, cookware, oven, microwave, etc. It has Wi-Fi Internet. And there is Public Parking for the car in the same Street, in front of the apartment.
In Malasaña neighbourhood there are plenty of bars, cafes and nightclubs. The neighbourhood is slowly becoming pedestrian and a very nice place. In the charming little squares like “San Ildefonso”, “the square of Juan Pujol”, that of “Dos de Mayo”, or the “Plaza de las Comendadoras” and the “Glorieta de Guardias de Corps” in the neighbourhood of Conde Duque one can take a coffee or a bier while seeing different style people, from the alternative intellectual as well as pure people of the neighbourhood.... 
There are also a number of interesting restaurants in the area.
PEZ STREET AND ESPIRITU SANTO STREET are also areas with attractive neighbourhood environment where one can find good bars, restaurants, cofee places, shops and theatre ALFIL.
FUENCARRAL STREET is lined with fashion shops of a young style and modern, there are young designer shops and shops of all major brands: Diesel, Puma, Adidas, Hoss ... etc. One stop on this street that deserves a visit is the Museum of City History (78 
Fuencarral. Metro: Tribunal): The History Museum of the City is one of the finest examples of late Spanish Baroque. It was built in 1726, as Hospice of San Fernando, its wonderful facade in 1726, is the work of Pedro de Ribera. The museum illustrates the arts, industry and daily life of the locals since it was named capital in 1561 until today: includes 60,000 pieces, including paintings, sculptures, prints, porcelain, coins and postcards.
The Malasaña neighbourhood gets its name from the seamstress Manuela Malasaña. She was one of the heroine of one of the historical events that have occurred in this neighbourhood: In 1808, Madrid was occupied by Napoleon's troops and the May 2, the people of Madrid rose against the invader, the revolt was quelled and hence the shootings of May 3rd - the famouspainting by Goya. Manuela Malasaña was a young seamstress who was arrested and shot for wearing a pair of scissors, which the French considered a weapon. 

The other "revolution" happened in Malasaña was LA MOVIDA: In the 80's, a youth important movement emerged in Madrid as he led the great social, moral and aesthetic changes that occurred with the fall of the Franco regime and Malasaña was the centre of La Movida. Pedro Almodovar is a good example of the spirit of the movement, a movement transgressed, hedonistic and a touch-ironic kitsch reflected in his early films as "Pepi, Luci, Bom and Other Girls Like." La Movida use slogans like "Madrid kills me" or "From Madrid to Heaven" that reflect the vitality and destructiveness of the moment.
Crossing the street of San Bernardo we arrive to the area called the Conde Duque, a neighbourhood much like the neighbourhood of Malasaña, which is next, although slightly quieter and more select. It gets its name from the impressive headquarters of Conde Duque, a giant barracks built in 1720 that housed 600 soldiers and 400 horses. It was built by Pedro de Ribera, royal architect of Felipe V, and has 3 stunning courtyards, both its size and its austere elegance that contrasts with the richly ornate Baroque beautiful porch. It now houses a cultural centre of the city council

In a Word: this apartment is a perfect starting point to visit so many and interesting things just walking or very well communicated by metro or bus and experience first hand “la movida madrileña”.

4 people
Num. beds:
1queen size bed and 1 pull out sofa
Linens and towels includes

Iron and table iron
Kitchen hob &Oven
Washing Machine

Coffee Machine
Orange Juicer
Hair Dryer
Inner courtyard view



Baby Cot available

Commodities host for the kitchen: coffee, tea, sugar, salt and olive oil.

Basic hospitality products for the bathroom: shampoo, bath gel, etc.

Final cleaning

Tourist information of the city

Babysitting available.

Breakfast and dinner on request. Check budget.

LANGUAGES: Spanish, English, French and Italian.

Nearest Metro stop: Metro Noviciado (lines 2, 10) Metro Tribunal (lines 1,10)
Address: Calle Pizarro, 17 – 2º A2. District: Malasaña

Additional Costs
Cleaning Fees: 40€.
Security deposit refundable at the end of the stay: 200€.
Arrivals after 21:00 have an additional 30€ charge.

These fees are paid in cash.

For rates for days, supplies (water, electricity, Internet ADSL) are included in the amount of income.
For monthly rates, supplies (water, electricity, Internet ADSL) are NOT included in the amount of income. The amount will be advised upon confirmation of the availability of the apartment.

Minimum Stay: 2 nights
Check in and Check out: flexible, subject to availability
Cancellation Policy: flexible. Full refund 1 day prior to arrival.
Once you arrive to Madrid and before heading to the apartment must call +34 656719827 to confirm your check-in time at least 55 minutes in advance:

If coming by plane, please call once you have landed so that our staff has time enough to go and wait for you in the apartment.

If coming by car or train, please call one hour before arrival.
In order to guarantee the return of the apartment in perfect conditions, a 200 € deposit will be requested, refundable once the apartment and its belongings have been returned in proper conditions.
Remember that the cleaning services of 40€ will be paid in the check- in.
And that arrivals after 21:00 pm have an extra charge of 30€.
These charges must be paid in cash.