Hi, my name is Noemi, I'm an art historian and I live in Seville since 2007. My house is your house!
The apartment has been renovated in March 2012, has all comforts - Wi-Fi, Washing machine, Dishwasher, Tv... - and is located in the traditional district of Triana. By walking about 10 minutes from the "Plaza de Armas" bus station, 5 min. from the pedestrian area of San Jacinto, and 5 min. from the "Paseo de la O" (the Guadalquivir river) where there is a weekend crafts market.
It has two bedrooms, a very spacious one with a double bed and a smaller one with 2 single beds.
The kitchen is fully equipped, the living room has a large window with a side table to have breakfast at the sun (even if there are lots of bars and restaurants just below the house!...)
I want my guests were people with some sensitivity to the environmental, is recycle waste produced in the house, be careful with the water (no need to take a shower for 15 minutes to smell good .... ), etc. .. etc. ..
I would also like to bring my guests were left a bit to know about this neighborhood, take beers in places I usually frequent, well, try that my home is not only an alternative to a hotel, but something more intimate and cozy, inside and outside the room to rent!
Todo correcto, hemos pasado un buen fin de semana.
Nous avons séjourné une semaine dans l'appartement de Noémi avec nos deux ados et c'était génial ! Nous avons adoré le quartier de Triana: très sympa, sûr, sans une foule de touristes dans les rues mais assez proche du centre historique, très dynamique (nombreux commerces, restos, et les terrasses pleines le soir à l'heure des tapas autour de la calle San Jacinto), les halles chouettes, la vue sur Séville depuis Triana exceptionnelle. La rue de l'appartement est plus calme avec un super resto au pied de l'immeuble (tapas et raciones excellentes, un peu plus cher que les tapas traditionnelles mais beaucoup plus cuisinées et l’accueil est d'enfer !). Nous avons sillonné Séville avec les Vélib du coin (Servici): 2 stations à 100/150 m de l'appartement. Super pour rentrer le soir, aller à la gare, et motiver des ados qui ne veulent plus marcher! Et Seville, c'est tout plat avec plein de pistes cyclables. L'appartement est très bien équipé, propre, ensoleillé le matin pour le petit déjeuner (que vous pouvez prendre aussi au bar en face avec les habitants du quartier). Ce n'est pas un appartement dédié à la location, c'est vraiment le "Home" de Noemi, très chaleureux. Nous nous y sommes sentis vraiment bien. Noemi était en voyage pendant notre séjour, nous ne l'avons malheureusement pas rencontrée mais nos échanges par mail étaient très agréables. Je pense qu'elle est à l'image de sa sœur Sérena qui nous a accueillis: très dynamique, souriante, "pepsy". Elle nous a donné avec son copain Martin plein d'infos sur la ville et des numéros de téléphone pour les joindre en cas de souci. Merci à tous les deux!
Très bonne expérience donc, à l'image des commentaires des hôtes précédents.
C'est vrai que c'est l'occasion de vivre un séjour Sévillan, pas seulement touristique.
Nous recommandons bien sûr!
The apartment was divine! We stayed, 4 of us, and had plenty of space. It was lovely, each room with windows and a bright open kitchen onto the living room.
The location was also great - it's in Triana, and was ideal for all the Holy Week processions.
We met with Noemi's sister, who let us in, gave us maps, internet passwords, guidebooks and invaluable tips for sightseeing around the city.
All in all, a lovely place!
Fantastic flat, ideally located, clean and exactly as advertised! We met Noemi's sister and she was freindly and extremely helpful. Noemi was happy to help and easy to contact. A 10/10 experience.
We had a beautiful afternoon in Sevilla. It was a treat to stay at her home filled with art books and good vibes. We would definitely go back.
Pasábamos una tarde maravillosa en Sevilla y daba gusto quedarnos en su casa lleno de libros de arte y buena onda. Seguro que nos quedaríamos con ella de nuevo.
We had the most wonderful stay in Noemis apartment - the flat is spacious, comfortable, functional and has great style. It is very close to public transport, but also smack in the middle of the beautiful Triana district where you can set out on foot.
We (three girls) only had one night in Seville, so we stayed in the barrio - Noemi gave us fantastic tips for where to go for a sunset drink or authentic tapas bars..she also offered to arrange a visit in the Arabian Baths for the next days. No need to venture any further, if you look for an authentic experience of Seville, this is your place.
Noemi is a very warm and vibrant host, she was there when we arrived and allowed us to stay in the house until 1pm the next day.
Overall an amazing apartment, well worth extending for a few days more as everything is in walking distance. Calle Betis with its amazing little bars by the river and fabulous view is just 5 minutes walk away - but also non-touristy bars and cafes are literally around the corner!
If you want to taste a real life of Spanish not just an average tourist attraction - this is the way to go. The apartment is located in a quiet area away from the tourist paths about 20 minutes walk to the center. The district is calm and safe.
The apartment shows the taste of its owner. Noemi is an art historian and the apartment is beautifully and tastefully decorated. There's an amazing collection of books and albums on art. Beside that the flat is well equipped (just as the description tells). One can also find a nice cafe right downstairs and panaderia in front which is open from early morning till late evening (which is not a common thing in Spain )).
Noemi responds very fast and is always in touch. She's very open and friendly. Unfortunately we didn't manage to meet in person but we communicated a lot before our visit which helped us to tune ourselves in with Sevilla and Triana which is the very heart of flamenco.
This is exactly what I wanted. The apartment is a 4th floor, 2 bedroom that is lovely and tranquil and homey. Triana is home to the Roma (gypsy) community and the neighborhood where flamenco was born - helpful for me since I came to study flamenco. Close to my dance schools and in a place of history without pretense, I was happy to be nestled on a sleepy street where people shuffle about their daily business and is still close to all commercial necessities and bus lines. There is an adjacent restaurant as well as a bakery across the street. The darling of the guidebooks, Calle Betis, is a 5 minute walk. Most importantly, Noemi, fluent in Spanish and Italian. She and her dog Anacleto will welcome you with open arms / paws and provide advice for anything you need from cough drops to socks. She is divine.
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