Bright pops of orange make a cheerful first impression in this home’s open-plan living space, with ample natural light coming in through the windows and the French doors leading out onto a private balcony. Sit here over fresh coffee and breakfast while watching the hustle and bustle of the leafy boulevard below or enjoy the fresh air over sundowners before exploring your Salamanca neighbourhood’s upscale restaurants.
If staying in is in order, the dining table is all set to host sociable Spanish soirées over a bottle of Rioja and some homemade tapas, followed by a peaceful evening perusing the living room’s art books while cosying up on the sofa.
And with two peaceful, art-accented bedrooms to retreat to at the end of the day, you’ll have no trouble finding a restful night’s sleep.
When it comes to exploring your surroundings, you’ve got plenty to see and do within easy reach, including El Retiro Park (a three-minute walk), Gran Vía’s shops and belle-epoque architecture (a twenty-four-minute walk) and the world-famous Museo Nacional del Prado, twenty-five minutes away on foot.
Home truths: *The building has a lift to reach the apartment's entrance
*The second bedroom's twin beds are pushed together
*There's a laptop-friendly workspace
*Out of respect for the neighbours, please keep noise levels to a minimum between 11 pm and 9 am
*There's no parking here, but we recommend skipping the car and making use of Madrid's excellent public transport instead – Príncipe de Vergara station is a three-minute walk away
*Adolfo Suárez Madrid–Barajas Airport is a twenty-minute drive away or forty minutes away by public transport
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