Magnificent apartment of 72m2 with luxury finishes and decor. Well equipped kitchen, bathroom.
The location on Paseo de Gracia and Gran Via in one of the most unique and exquisite buildings of the city make this apartment a dream.
The views dominates Paseo de Gracia and Gran Via, with cinemas and theaters.
The master suite has gorgeous bath with marble, jacuzzi tub and stone shower.
From the suite there are two large windows that dominate the space and give access to the splendid views of the Paseo de Gracia and theaters on Gran Via.
The living room is full of details with a work table with fabulous stone foot.
Lamps with the skyline of NYC are a must!!!
I encourage you to discover the small details that hides this magnificent property.
The wooden screen, you can separate the suite's living room with a sofa bed very comfortable.
Splendid location in the heart of Barcelona.

History of the building: Martini Terrace also hosted a meeting point between cocktails in Barcelona in the 1960s and 1970s.
The cocktail was a meeting in Barcelona in the 1960s and 1970s.
The bank's goal was to have an iconic headquarters in Barcelona, ​​and succeeded. Where once there was a two-story house, mezzanine, ground floor and basement, rose a luxurious 13-story building, plus two basements. On the 13th floor was installed Martini Terrace.
From the beginning, the tower of the house and its famous terrace marked the life of the building. In the local "presented premieres of films, plays and even the Planeta Prize. Was opened in 1961 and closed in 1980," says Manel Villalante, which was for two decades the terrace barman. Villalante-a voice from the past that speaks to this, remember that the place opened only to the cocktail hour and afternoon until dinner. "Not coming either. Had to be invited to any of the events that were organized," says the bartender.
At home Barcelona, ​​Villalante carefully saved dozens of photographs of those two decades. For there passed the cyclist Jacques Anquetil, the actress Gina Lollobrigida, singer Josephine Baker, actor John Wayne, musician Atahualpa Yupanqui and film director Vittorio de Sica, among others. The mayor of Barcelona José María de Porcioles was another regular, like the bullfighter Mario Cabre and national delegate Sports Juan Antonio Samaranch. In the room was not well seen going without a tie. "I remember Joan Manuel Serrat tried it once and had problems," says Villalante, about to turn 80 and now a professor and public relations Barman Club of Catalonia. However, Wayne, had no trouble for not wearing a tie.