A city of elegant boulevards, scenic parks and world-class museums, Madrid radiates from every pore. In classic European style. It’s no wonder the Spanish capital welcomes so many visitors every year – despite the peak summer months that tend to see an exodus of people. Locals head for the cooler, while the rest of the tourists retreat indoors.
Madrid is certainly well-equipped to welcome large numbers of tourists, with plenty of accommodation options available throughout the city. And for those planning a long-term stay, there are also plenty of short-term rental properties to choose from. To help you find a home that suits your budget and needs, we’ve done some research and selected three of the best online resources Come and book an apartment for weekly or monthly rent in Madrid.
Housing is our top recommendation for medium to long term rentals of a month or more in Madrid at the The Spanish capital lists around 1,000 rooms, studios and apartments to suit all budget ranges and location preferences. The platform works by allowing landlords to advertise their properties for potential short-term renters to search for before booking online. The main benefit for renters is that it allows them to secure their home before they arrive in the city, which means they There’s no need to be homeless before you start looking and it’s good for visa applications. The site also features a comprehensive neighborhood guide, new listing search alerts, a 24/7 customer service team, and a real-time messaging service that allows rentals to The person can chat online with their landlord. A generous cancellation policy means that if the property doesn’t satisfy them, renters can ask for a full refund within 48 hours of moving in. Another advantage is that the site only charges a one-time service fee, which equates to around 25% of a month’s rent.
Booking.com is one of the biggest players in the travel search engine space, with almost every accommodation in the world on its website! Listed on. In addition to hotels, there are a large number of apartments in their listings, mainly for short-term rentals of a week or less. When we searched for short-term apartment rentals in Barcelona, we found a large selection of available properties dotted around the city. The site also offers a best price guarantee as well as a comprehensive reviews section where former guests leave feedback on their experience.
The trend of ‘living together’ continues to grow, with large groups sharing living spaces and communal facilities, while in Madrid, the ‘urban campus’ is one of the companies pioneering this movement, and their Malasaa and Chamberí, two of the most vibrant neighbourhoods, have two separate establishments, both offering a wide range of amenities. living spaces with a variety of services and amenities. They have two venues in two of Madrid’s liveliest neighborhoods, Malasaa and Chamberí, both of which Offering a variety of well-appointed living spaces with access to services and amenities including common areas, library, laundry, Weekly cleaning, gym, open kitchen and co-working facilities. With prices starting at $700 per month, Chamberí’s location is close to many bars and restaurants with private bathrooms and Private studios with shared kitchens. Meanwhile, the venue in trendy Malasaa, where prices start at $900 per month, has private with private bathroom apartment or studio. Residents can also attend events and workshops for the curious.