Live like a local in our convenient, modern elevator apartment in Villa Olympica. You'll find a quiet suite with private bath just a few steps from the beach and a 15-minute walk to the Picasso museum, restaurants and shops of El Born.
The guest room is 12 meters square (125 square feet) with a queen-size bed, desk and chair, bureau and closet. We provide customary amenities including linens, towels for bath and beach, soaps and shampoo. Guests are invited to use the office/media room, which is shared with the hosts, for eating, reading and watching TV.
The kitchen is available for making breakfast only. Guests should plan to enjoy their dinner meals at any of Barcelona's charming restaurants.
Guests are free to use the the kitchen for breakfast and may store items in the refrigerator. Coffee, tea, and bottled water are complimentary and always on hand.
The kitchen is not available to guests after 5 pm.
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We are happy to leave our guests to quietly enjoy their holiday or we can help with suggestions for things to do and how to get around.
For anyone thinking of moving to Spain, we're happy to share what we learned moving from the United States. We also have an insiders view on all that makes Barcelona tick with info on restaurants, shopping, markets, museums, transit and day trips.
It is important to note that like many Mediterranean apartments, air-conditioning is in the main living area of the apartment. The guest room is cooled by the use of fans sending the cool air into the room.
First-time guests who lack reviews from previous hosts will not be accepted without additional security checks.
Unregistered guests are not permitted.
Smoking is not allowed.
Kitchen use is for breakfast only. Guests must be quiet and respectful of neighbors when entering and leaving the building.
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I'm a retired journalist from the United States in an 20-year relationship. My partner and I moved to Spain in January 2014 to experience living as expats in Europe. Since arriving in Barcelona, I've enrolled in an art academy and we're both studying Spanish. We've often rented apartments when staying abroad in Argentina, Italy and France. During our last year in the states we offered a one bedroom suite to Airbnb guests. I have been an Airbnb member since 2012 and have enjoyed every home I've visited and every guest I've been privileged to host.