If you're looking for a homely student accommodation in Madrid while you're studying there, you should take a look at this flat in the Goya neighbourhood of the Salamanca district - one of the poshest locations in the city. Not only there are several transport links, but the area also includes lots of commerce spots and green areas.
With a very modern look, this cosy apartment has a total of ten bedrooms, two shower rooms, four WCs, a living room and a kitchen. The available bedrooms are really comfortable and inviting - you'll feel right at home! The kitchen is adequately equipped with all the necessary amenities for a decent self-catering experience. In the living room, you'll find a very homely and welcoming environment - it's where you and your new friends will hang out after a long day.
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