The apartment is beautifully decorated, very well maintained, and located in an absolutely fantastic location in Barcelona, with a fantastic view overlooking Gaudi’s Casa Batlló. We’ve rented several different apartments in this neighborhood over the past few years, and by far this is the best! The concierge service and daily cleaning that are included make the experience even better.
The apartment itself had a large master bedroom with a private bath including tub and shower, a second large bedroom with a large bed (listed as two twins, but pushed together like a queen), and then two smaller bedrooms each with two twin beds each. There were two other bathrooms, one a full bath with shower/tub combination, and one with just a shower that easily accommodated a full size adult. The kitchen was fully equipped and our hostess very graciously provided a welcoming gift of snacks, champagne and enough coffee and espresso to last the entire week. The apartment was very well laid out, allowing for discussions in the front part of the apartment, while still being quiet for late sleepers at the other end. The free WiFi was excellent, easily supporting multiple simultaneous users, and allowed the use of network VPN. There was both an iron and ironing board. There was ample storage for suitcases and clothing. There were two elevators, important for this top-floor apartment. Though it was a little chilly during our stay in February, we sat out on the balcony over Passeig de Gràcia and took in the sun and great view.
We used the concierge service to reserve a car/driver a couple times, and to arrange dinner reservations. The concierge was superb, in one case calling us back when they found a better timed-dinner reservation at a better restaurant. The concierge service spoke excellent English, making it easy for the non-Spanish speakers of our group. We would highly recommend this apartment to anybody looking for a luxury experience with concierge services in a great neighbourhood in Barcelona, and will very happily stay here again. Thank you Pilar!