I stayed here with friends in July 2015 and loved it. It was clean and light with air conditioning (which helped in the heat wave we experienced) and some fans.
The apartment was a nice size and it was easy for us all to have our own space, as well as being together in the decent sized lounge/living area. The kitchen was equipped with everything you need to self-cater, which we did on a few occasions.
There's 101 stairs (verified after several counts) up to the flat, which daunting at first really isn't a problem - just remember to click the light button every other flight or you might find yourself in the dark.
From the flat it's only one more flight of stairs up to the roof terrace with some communal furniture. In our whole week we only saw another resident up there once. The views across the rooftops from up there are pretty cool - there's three or four churches nearby and views over to Mont Juic and the inner mountains and the sea.
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