As a great family we consider ourselves, Wannaroom !? Is composed of a young but experienced team, with business training in various sectors.
In 2009 and after living in the first person the difficulties of students or tourists in finding accommodation in unknown countries, after analyzing the economic and social situation of Madrid at that time and knowing as we were about the needs and Concerns of the owners, we decided to focus our efforts in one direction: Comprehensive Rental Management. So Wannaroom!?, Or the way we have fulfilled the dream of dedicating ourselves to what we like best: to help and show the best of Madrid, both to those who live in this beautiful city, and those who come to visit it .
Specializing in all the functions related to temporary and tourist rental, and knowing the needs of owners and renters, we offer the perfect solution for both parties, offering a service based on two pillars:
- Professionalism, seriousness and experience.
- Closeness and personal treatment.
With a method that few companies carry out today, we take care of the balance between these two important points, meticulously measuring the number of floors of our portfolio, the quality of the same, the origin, education and guarantees of our tenants, as well as The particular needs of each of the parties in order to ensure the quality and excellence that we pursue.
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Neighborhoods of Madrid!?
A brief description of the most picturesque neighborhoods of the city
MADRID DE LOS AUSTRIAS
BARRIO DE CHUECA
Chueca is undoubtedly the most cosmopolitan neighborhood in Madrid. It is often compared to SOHO in New York. The neighborhood of Chueca stands out for its narrow streets, full of bars, restaurants and shops, and for its active nightlife and daytime. The neighborhood is in constant development, with rehabilitation of buildings, shops, restaurants and premises. All this process of change coexists with remains of the more traditional Madrid.
BARRIO DE LAS LETRAS
The Barrio de las Letras takes its name in homage to the great literati who inhabited its streets in the Golden Age. Cervantes, Quevedo or Lope de Vega transited through this area between the Paseo del Prado and the Plaza de Santa Ana, one of The most popular in Madrid for the charm of its pedestrian streets and its many shops and restaurants that make it especially lively on weekends.
BARRIO DE CHAMBERI
Chamberí, technically speaking, is not a neighborhood. It is a district composed of six districts: Gaztambide, Arapiles, Trafalgar, Almagro, Ríos Rosas and Vallehermoso. This geographical introduction serves to say that it is enormous and diverse. Some areas are aristocratic, others are university; Some are dotted with trees and others with bars, some have sixties form and other palatial. However, they share something: mentalidaddebarrio and, at the same time, awareness of belonging to something bigger called Madrid. Also that most travelers are lost when they tread the city
MADRID DE LOS BORBONES
It is currently called Paseo del Arte. It is the area that houses the most important museums of the city, the Botanical Garden, the Retiro park or the sources of Neptuno and Cibeles, all of them scenarios that were born in the urban expansion that lived Madrid under the command of the Bourbons, In particular of King Carlos III.
BARRIO DE MALASAÑA
From center of the movement from Madrid to a neighborhood of trends, Malasaña has undergone great changes in the last decades. Today modern restaurants and second-hand shops coexist with traditional bars and markets of a lifetime. It is also one of the most popular party areas in the city.
BARRIO DE LA LATINA
La Latina is the quintessential neighborhood of the reeds, the tapas, the mojitos and the terraces, to the discomfort of some neighbors. On weekends it is almost impossible to find a space in its crowded bars to eat or dine, although on weekdays is a common neighborhood, with its neighbors going to buy at the Market Barley and children playing in one of the numerous Squares that are in the area. Do not miss the beautiful churches and basilicas that hide in their alleys.
BARRIO DE LAVAPIES
This neighborhood represents the fusion of races and cultures that Madrid has experienced in recent years. The Indian restaurants are interspersed with the typical Castilian taverns in Madrid and the immigrants form the social fabric on which Lavapiés stands. They are also famous their celebrations of San Lorenzo, that are celebrated in the month of August and they attract many madrilenians. Tappapés, a very international tapas route, has also become an essential event.