The Sata Sagrada Familia area monthly rental apartments are the perfect solution for those who visit the Hospital de Sant Pau in Barcelona for study or health reasons.
The Hospital de San Pau is an important hospital center where multiple activities stand out, some of them considered benchmarks, which places it as one of the most important hospital centers in Spain in terms of:
Assistance: Clinical Services, Laboratories, Functional Units
Teaching: Residency, Undergraduate Training, Masters and Postgraduates
Research: Sant Pau Research Institute
In addition, the modernist enclosure, located next to the hospital, is the largest in the world. Declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1997, for its uniqueness and artistic beauty. It is configured as an architectural complex made up of 12 pavilions surrounded by green spaces and connected by a kilometer of underground galleries.
Just a few minutes away, the Sata Sagrada Familia apartments are ideal for:
Students who want to do their residency or a master’s degree and need to stay in Barcelona for a while.
Teachers or researchers who need a stay for a short period of time.
People who need health treatment and are looking for an apartment to be with their family during the process, either for days, weeks or months.
Rental apartments for months, weeks and days with Wi-Fi Internet access
Two-bedroom apartments, fully equipped, dining rooms with natural light that favor a feeling of peace and serenity during the stay.
Located in a quiet neighborhood, with all the necessary services within reach, surrounded by restaurants, supermarkets, pharmacies, local hairdressers, which allow you to continue with daily life.
Why Apartments Sata Sagrada Familia Area?
Because from our fully furnished and equipped apartments, it is possible to reach the Hospital de Sant Pau in a few minutes on foot. You will feel at home!!
"Aquesta actuació està impulsada i subvencionada pel Servei Públic d'Ocupació de Catalunya i finançada al 100% pel Fons Social Europeu com a part de la resposta de la Unió Europea a la pandèmia de COVID-19"