Play jazz records on the stereo to set a cosmopolitan mood. Classic ceramic tiles and a high, beamed ceiling provide a traditional backdrop for an interior teeming with eclectic art and posters, fascinating curios, and a pair of inspiring bedrooms.
“This is a really lovely flat, more like a friend’s place than a rented flat. We loved the slight bohemian atmosphere, interesting old posters, records, mix of furniture and cutlery, crockery, good knives for cooking etc. Situated in a splendid recherché part of Valencia. Vicent was excellent at getting back to us when we had questions and the information booklet he left was helpful.”
Hola! I am ready to welcome you in my apt., which was my first work as an architect. I designed it with special dedication & care, and hope you'll love it as much as I do. Bright, spacious, centrally located, & fully equipped. Come and enjoy it! :)
“Ines is a super host! She does her best to make you feel as comfortable. We spent the night in her apartment with a 14 month old baby. This was a good experience! Ines ensured that there was a high chair, a baby bed and a baby bath for in the shower. In addition, she was very flexible with the check-in. The apartment itself is exactly like the pictures! Very clean. The location is great, very central. We can recommend this apartment for a trip to Valencia!”
Bright and airy single bedroom with high ceiling (3 m / 10 feet) in retro style apartment with vintage funky upcycled furniture. Bedroom is looking over quiet street, has large original restored window fitted with shutters. The room is fitted with single bed with comfortable mattress, writing desk and chair, chest of drawers and a cooling fan. There is a shared shower room for the guest use. There is a small kitchen available with limited facilities only (microwave, electric kettle, fridge).
“Alex’s place is really stylish and has a nice vintage vibe to it. It’s 15 mins away from the City of Arts and Science and 20 mins away from the old city - all walkable distances. All amenities are in good condition. The room that I stayed was light, bright and with high ceilings, which definitely adds air to the overall space. However, consider that there’s no elevator in the building, so you’ll have to climb up with all of your luggage. And if you come in winter, do take sleepers and pjs with long sleeves, so you don’t get cold (the floors are all tiles which is common for Spain and there’s basically no heating in the building). To help with that Alex was super kind to provide me with electric bedsheets, so that I feel warm and comfortable during the night.”