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Madrid Apartments for Rent

Apartments, Rooms & Flatshares in Madrid


With its progressive fashion scene and academic weight, Madrid today stands tall amongst even the biggest European cities. The Spanish capital has furnished apartments for every taste that are accessible, modern and with their own distinct charm. In Madrid, finding apartments for rent can be very difficult as the market is very competitive. Nestpick, on the other hand, has a huge selection of furnished apartments to choose from, and finding your room for rent in Madrid can be done via a couple of clicks.



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572 €
Study Abroad

Student room with balcony located in Madrid

651 €
HousingAnywhere

Room in Calle de Alberto Aguilera, Madrid

2,250 €
Spotahome

Lively two bedroom apartment in central Salamanca

476 €
HousingAnywhere

Room in Calle Ferraz, Madrid

2,406 €
Only-apartments

Madrid - Hispanoamérica (Apt. 640601)

562 €
Beroomers

6 bedrooms shared flat in Madrid

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Recent properties

850 €
Spotahome

Charming studio apartment for rent close to Museo de Cera in Salamanca

1,200 €
Spotahome

Airy 1-bedroom apartment for rent close to Plaza de Colón in Salamanca

2,300 €
Spotahome

Charming 2-bedroom apartment for rent in Centro

450 €
Uniplaces

Lovely double bedroom close to Universidad Politécnica de Madrid - Cam

530 €
Uniplaces

Comfy studio near Universidad Autónoma de Madrid: Facultad de Medicina

450 €
Uniplaces

Beautiful double bedroom close to Atocha train station

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Featured Apartments

2,250 €
Spotahome

Lively two bedroom apartment in central Salamanca

2,406 €
Only-apartments

Madrid - Hispanoamérica (Apt. 640601)

4,860 €
Study Abroad

4 bedroom apartment in La Latina, Madrid

6,455 €
Only-apartments

Madrid - Malasaña (Apt. 528746)

3,900 €
Study Abroad

Max 2 person apartment in Madrid

1,600 €
Spotahome

Modern 1-bedroom apartment with AC for rent in Madrid Centro, near Ópe

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Featured Rooms

595 €
Spotahome

Single Bed in Rooms for rent in 7-bedroom apartment in Ventura Rodrígu

572 €
Study Abroad

Student room with balcony located in Madrid

651 €
HousingAnywhere

Room in Calle de Alberto Aguilera, Madrid

476 €
HousingAnywhere

Room in Calle Ferraz, Madrid

562 €
Beroomers

6 bedrooms shared flat in Madrid

570 €
Spotahome

Double Bed in Rooms for rent in 5-bedroom apartment in Salamanca, next

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Moving to and Finding Apartments in Madrid


Madrid is both the commercial and political capital of Spain, and while it has a rich history, it's also a progressive and forward looking city with a very modern vibe. The culture, fashion, cuisine and music of the city all combine to give it a peculiar buzz, but it still manages to stay more laid back than London and Paris. Madrid is a place where expats, working professionals, students and country-hopping nomads can all find their place.

The city has a large metropolitan area, formed from 21 different districts and neighborhoods arranged in relation to the Centre. Streets full of terraces, bars with delicious tapas, varied cultural and nightlife as well as being one of the most gay-friendly cities in Spain make Madrid’s thriving lifestyle hard to forget. Whether you are in need of student accommodation in Madrid or looking at furnished apartments for rent, you will find the ideal place for you on Nestpick. Finding apartments for rent in Madrid can be harder than in other Spanish cities, especially if you’re looking for medium-to-long term rents.


Salamanca, Madrid Apartments for Rent


“El barrio de Salamanca” is the upscale quarter of Madrid; it is also known as the “Golden City”. Once you witness its chic restaurants, fine dining and exclusive brand-name shopping, you will understand why. Here, you can find furnished Madrid apartments for long term rent that are posh and luxurious.

The hot spot in Salamanca is the main Plaza Mayor, which is truly beautiful, especially as it lights up during the dusk hours. Residents flock to restaurants here with rooftop terraces and outdoor seating to break bread over wine and tapas.

Besides the gorgeous architecture evident in the ‘Casa Lis’, the public library at la Casa de las Conchas and the Art Deco Museum, Salamanca is incredibly accessible and pedestrian friendly. It only takes a 15 minute walk to reach most major destinations.

594 €
Spotahome

Double Bed in Rooms for rent in 5-bedroom apartment in Salamanca

900 €
Beroomers

1 bedroom complete apartment in Madrid

570 €
Spotahome

Double Bed in 7 bedrooms for rent in upscale and safe neighborhood

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Chamartin Apartments


Chamartín is a great district for expats and expat families to move to. Situated north of the city centre and right next to the business district of Plaza Castilla, Chamartín is very affordable and very accessible. The neighbourhood boasts several gorgeous parks and locations, such as the Berlin Park and the Santiago Bernabéu Stadium.

Expats settled in this neighbourhood also have the chance to sign up for renowned international kindergartens and schools nearby. And if the furnished apartments for rent in Madrid do not fulfill your needs in terms of size, then Chamartín’s iconic and secluded ancient villas might be even better. However he rent for those apartments might not include all bills.

2,406 €
Only-apartments

Madrid - Hispanoamérica (Apt. 640601)

419 €
Sublet.com

Room for rent in Chamartin

1,250 €
Spotahome

2-bedroom, 2-bathroom apartment for rent near Avenida de America

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Retiro, Madrid Apartments


At the centre of the Retiro neighbourhood is a massive public park known as, “El Parque del Buen Retiro”. A step away from the main city centre, this district is a little less elegant and upscale than Salamanca, but this means apartments can be found at incredibly low prices. Retiro residents are laid-back and relaxed with many still living a truly authentic Spanish life.

600 €
EasyRoommate

Habitación Individual en piso en familia, en Calle Juan de Urbieta, Pa

1,650 €
Beroomers

3 bedrooms complete apartment in Madrid

1,850 €
Spotahome

Beautiful modern duplex in Retiro district

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Arganzuela, Madrid Apartments


Arganzuela is a little quieter than other districts. Furthermore, what it lacks in nightlife it more than compensates with beauty. Properties in Arganzuela enjoy a plethora of lush green spaces, such as ‘Parque de Tierno Galvan’. This particular park features an IMAX theatre and a planetarium with free activities. Runners and cyclists can take advantage of project Madrid Rio, an initiative that bounds a section of the M-30 with a pedestrian and cyclist-friendly track.

For outdoor festivals, exhibitions and cultural events, residents often frequent ‘El Matadero’, a slaughterhouse and livestock market that was converted into a cultural centre in 1996. The family focus of Arganzuela means apartment hunters can often find a furnished two bedroom rental for the price of a one bedroom one here.

562 €
Beroomers

6 bedrooms shared flat in Madrid

453 €
EasyRoommate

GRAN HABITACIÓN DE LUJO EN URBANIZACIÓN NUEVA

400 €
Spotahome

Single Bed in Modern and hip bedrooms for rent in Embajadores

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1, 2 & 3 Bedroom Apartments in Madrid


Apartments in Madrid by Room Price Summary

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1 Bedroom Flats in Madrid


For a decent 1 bedroom apartment in Madrid, you’ll roughly be paying between €500 and €1000 a month. For a premium apartment, you should expect to pay around €1500 and over. If you’re moving to Madrid on a budget and are looking for a great area to live in, the exuberant, alternative neighbourhoods of La Latina, Lavapies and Malasaña are all fantastic options for students and young professionals.


2 Bedroom Apartments in Madrid


An average 2 bedroom apartment in Madrid should cost you roughly between €900 and €1400 a month. Up to €2500 will get you a relatively spacious and stylish place in the historic city center, as well as in the nearby and affluent Salamanca district. Prices, apartment size and available amenities obviously vary from area to area, so be sure to consider the relevant criteria for each individual apartment.


3 Bedroom Apartments in Madrid


The monthly cost for a 3 bedroom apartment in Madrid is roughly around €1000 to €2000, and up to €3000 for premium properties. There are plenty of options for fantastic 3 bedroom apartments all across Madrid, and rent here is relatively cheap compared to similarly-sized European capital cities. ¡Hola Madrid!

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Madrid Apartments for Rent with Air Conditioning


Basking in a warm temperate climate, Madrid can get particularly hot and humid during summer, with an average August temperature of 25°C (76°F). Most apartments in Madrid come with air conditioning as standard, but it’s certainly worth checking to make sure you avoid having to sweat it out in the scorching Spanish sun. It’s also worth keeping an eye on apartments with heating, as winters in Madrid are among the coldest in Spain - the average January temperature standing at 6°C (42°F).


Pet Friendly Madrid Apartments


Madrid is very much a pet-friendly city, and dogs are frequently allowed in shops, bars and restaurants. Although a handful of picky landlords will specify “no pets allowed”, most landlords in Madrid don’t feel the need to specify. If you’re serious about bringing a pet along to Madrid with you, it’s best to check with the landlord yourself.


Public Transportation in Madrid


Getting around Madrid is very easy. Madrid has an extensive metro system with 14 lines and over 170 bus routes and 3 tram lines.

For students, the system of night buses, or "buhos," run after 11:45 pm and until 6:00 am. As a student in Madrid, the most cost effective transport option is preferable a monthly ticket. It gives you full unlimited access to the public transportation system, and for this, an application will need to be filled. Madrid City Council also runs a bike rental service called BiciMad with more than 1,500 electric bicycles distributed throughout the city.