thesuites Sevilla long stays, Sevilla, Spain
Design in a unique environment
2 double rooms
Long stays: minimum 30 nights
This 100sqm apartment is located in a unique and historic building on the corner of Calle Laraña and Plaza de la Encarnación. The building is historically known as "House for Francisco de Paula Cansino" (1922). It is the work of Juan Talavera y Heredia (1880-1960) completed by Ramón Balbuena y Huertas (1883-1967). The façade maintains its original features of wrought iron, exposed brick, ceramics... as well as its portal and stairs with their characteristic Triana tiles.
The reform has been carried out in 2022 by the local studio of Ernesto de Ceano. The priority was to act in all aspects (from structural to aesthetic) with premium qualities. The floors are made of natural oak wood and the color palette plays with neutral tones and white, like all the handcrafted custom-made carpentry. It has two full bathrooms (one of them with a separate bathtub and shower and two sinks), two bedrooms (one of them adjacent to the main living room and convertible into a work area) and a living room with a seating area, dining room and equipped kitchen. with premium equipment and appliances from the best brands.
The apartment orients its structure towards the façade with up to five large windows (two of them with large balconies) that allow, in addition to a waste of natural light, views of the Plaza de Las Setas and its park, the Church of the Annunciation, the Faculty of Fine Arts and the Palacio de la Motilla as well as the wide perspective of Imagen, Laraña, Martin Villa and La Campana streets. The entire apartment is exterior and all rooms and rooms have windows including bedrooms and bathrooms.
It is located in one of the best and most central areas of Seville. The apartment looks at Las Setas, a unique installation/engineering work by the German architect Jürgen Mayer that has dominated Plaza de la Encarnación since 2005. Numerous shops, schools, pharmacies, kiosks, restaurants, bars... are seconds from the building's portal. The Mercado de la Encarnación is below Las Setas with numerous stalls selling meat, fish, seafood, sausages, cheeses, breads... with a wide range of Andalusian artisan products and those from the province of Seville.