Situated on a third floor, is a fully renovated one-bedroom apartment with close to four-meter-high ceilings that open the living space to a contemporary design. The apartment is sound proof, so you will not believe how quite it is!Additional notes
The living-room features an over-stuffed sofa, comfy armchair and footrest, and coffee table. A TV with international channels is also available. The dining area includes a glass top table which can expand to easily accommodate six.
A desk area for two, provides a workspace for setting up a laptop or writing out postcards.
Solid wood sliding doors offset the bedroom which features spacious closets, equipped with drawers and shelves, a comfortable firm queen-size bed.
The kitchen is equipped with top-of-the-line appliances, including a dishwasher, full size refrigerator, cookware, dinnerware and ample cupboards.
An apartment size washer and dryer are found in the hall closet, along with additional storage space.
The bathroom has ample space for toiletries, features a magnifying wall mount mirror on retractable arm and a tub with shower. A heated towel rack, linked to the heating system, is available in the cold weather months.
WiFi is available throughout the apartment.
For business or for pleasure, for long-term or short, feel right at home on Calle Mellizo, modern comfort in the old city.
Check-in and check-out times are flexible as long as there are no other reservations on the same date of entry or exit. If it would not then check in time would be from 16:00. Check out before 11:00. If you need to stay longer we can always guide you to find a solution for your suitcases and luggage.Guest interaction
*Late check-ins after 22:30h will have an extra charge of 20€ to be payed in cash at your arrival.*
Silvia is from Madrid; George from New York, but we live in Paris. Alfredo and Marta will be welcoming you and taking care of you on our behalf while you enjoy our cozy nest in Madrid.Neighborhood overview
Madrid is more than a city for us. Silvia was born and raised here. Madrid flows through her veins. Every cobblestone is a moment in time, a chance encounter, a reflection on friends who have come and gone and those who remain. Empanadas? They’re not just a snack, but where Patricia, an old friend, sells them, homemade, delicious and a short walk from home. We invite you to be a part of this unique experience.Public transportations
Madrid’s legendary Rastro, the flea market, unfurls every Sunday. You overlook the antique market, but as you will wind your way through La Latina, it is more and more evident that there is something special in this place where old men watch over the relics of a bygone era and young entrepreneurs rediscover the old and incorporate the new. Narrow streets invite the curious to explore: your grandmother’s attic gives way to the guitar shop to the textiles to the art galleries to hand printed cards and engravings to the vegan restaurant to mushrooms reinvented to the 12 Euro lunch menu that could feed a family.
The neighborhood is not only home to a rich urban culture, but to the conveniences that are necessary for a comfortable stay. Within a five to ten-minute walk there are supermarkets, pharmacies and bakeries. Just a few steps away is the Centro Commercial that features butchers and fresh fish stand, a bakery, green grocers and shoe repair.
Situated near the Puerta de Toledo, you are just three minutes away from Line 5 on the Metro, linking you to all parts of the city, including the Casa de Campo, Madrid’s famed park and the Gran Via, the central avenue of the city. The river Manzanares and its riverside park are a fifteen minute walk away, offering another perspective on this most livable city.
If you are visiting us, this is how you can get to us!
From the airport, a taxi (30 Euro fix-rate) is less than 30 minutes. If you take the metro, it will take about an hour (lines 8, 10 and 1).
From Atocha train station, it is only a 7 minute taxi ride. By metro or by bus, it takes about 10 minutes plus another 10-minute walk.
From Chamartin station, it is 45 minutes taking metro line 1.
If you reach Madrid by bus, the Estación del Sur is 15 minutes taking line 3 up to Embajadores. If you arrive at Avenida de América, you are just half an hour by metro.