Live like a true (very stylish) Barcelonian. 39 Steps is only 30 paces from the posh end of the famous Ramblas. Turn left, cross La Rambla and you're into beautiful Barri Gotic, Barcelona's medieval heart. Turn right out of the door and and you're in the funky El Raval area. And you're a mere ten minute stroll from the Med.
£125 per night Sun-Thu and £155 per night on Fri and Sat. Minimum stay of two nights. SPECIAL OFFER: Stay four nights and get your last night free using BARCA4 in the rate code box when you book.
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The apartment faces on to Carrer Bon Success - packed with bakeries, cafes, bars, restaurants and the Museum of Modern Art.
We prime the apartment with all the basics and some lovely extras - tea/ground coffee/toiletries/oranges and a complimentary bottle of Cava. Collapse. Recuperate. Explore.
This one-bedroom serviced apartment lies on the second floor of an old building (1788 to be precise). Historical features, such as the tiny Juliet balcony, provide the perfect foil for a gorgeous, modern interior. The living room's French windows look out over Carrer Bon Success: world class people-watching. The galley kitchen and bathroom are sleek and modern. There's a simple, relaxing double bedroom at the quiet rear of the building.
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"One of 50 affordable gems in Europe. Staying Cool combines the luxe of a trendy small hotel with the independence of an apartment," Condé Nast Traveller.
"The apartment is an awesome base in Barça - we will be recommending it to all of our friends." Tony Saville, Notting Hill Media. October 2012
SPECIAL OFFER: Stay four nights and get your last night free using BARCA4 in the rate code box when you book.
"You guys make the rest of the hospitality industry look like rank amateurs! I'll be recommending Staying Cool to everyone I know who is headed in your direction. "Dave Keffer, Film & TV Edkotr More Reviews
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"Leave the curtains open and wake up to the panoramic views from floor-to-ceiling windows." Time Out
"Self catering couldn't be more groovy." The Telegraph's Stella magazine
"..brilliant either for a short break with kids or just for a night or weekend away without them if your batteries need recharging." The Baby Website