Apartments & Suites with the highest quality
Luxury apartments & Suites in Triana equipped with a full kitchen, bathroom, terraces, balconies, courtyards and large space to enjoy a pleasant stay during your visit to Seville.
Live in Triana
Casa de Triana is an historic house from the XIX century, ubicated in Betis street, the most emblematic street from the famous Triana ́s Quarter, where you can enjoy the best views from the other side of the Guadalquivir river, of the monumental area of the city: Cathedral, Giralda, Torre del Oro, the bullring “La Maestranza”…
It takes just a nice walk through the bridge, to cross to the city centre (the Cathedral is a 10 minutes walk).
Excelent communications, just 100 metres from Plaza de Cuba, where you
would find taxi and bus stops, underground and parking.
Luxury Apartments in Triana
All the Suites and Apartments have a fully equipped bathroom and kitchen.
At Casa de Triana, our main interest is the satisfaction of our guests.
We offer personalized attention from reception and concierge 8 hours a day, providing help and information they need for a memorable stay.
Transfer service with pick up from the airport or train station on request (check rates by phone or email).
We offer continental breakfast service in the room with delicious pastries, yogurt, juices, fruits, coffee or tea.
Daily cleaning service.
Free Wifi, Smart Tv, self-service laundry or laundry service (ask for rates).
Emergency service is available 24 hours a day if necessary.
Fully equipped kitchen:
. Induction cooker
. Kitchen tools
. Dishes and cutlery
- Free Wi-Fi connection
- A/C and heating centralized system
- Iron and ironing board
- 2 Smart TV 40-55’’
- King Size / Twin Size beds
- Egyptian cotton bedding
- 2 independents bathrooms with raind-effect shower or bath
- Bathroom mirror anti-fog with Bluet hoot
- Electric towel rail
- Hair dryer
- High range amenities
Included breakfast courtesy of the house:
. Orange juice
. White and wholegrain bread
. Iberian foie
- Washer and Dryer
- Reception service from 10 in the morning to 18 in the afternoon.
- Emergency service 24 hours
Triana is the best known quarter of the city, following the historical
centre, for its closeness to it and for being situated on the other side of
the Guadalquivir river.Our river divides the city into two river banks and
Triana has the best views of the old town for its priviledge location. Triana
borders with isla de la Cartuja to the north and with Barrio de los
Remedios to the south.
Its neighbors are considerated Trianeros and stand proud the idiosyncracy of their quarter. Bullfighters, painters, artista, musicians, comedians, this quarter breaths art and an optimistic and creative way of life.
Maybe its best known street is calle Betis, named like that for being the
roman name of the Guadalquivir river (this one, of arabic origin). It is next
to the river and the best view of Seville and main monuments can be
enjoyed in the whole street. In this street is celebrated Velá de Santa Ana,
a very personal and festive fair.
What to do in Triana
Triana is living a splendor momento and that is the reason why Seville has
been chosen by the prestigious Lonely Planet as the best destination in
The variety and quality of its tapas bars, the culture of the flamenco on its
streets and taverns, the visit to the famous mercado de abastos and to the
historic ceramic factories are some of the main reasons to walk through its
streets. Triana is not notable for its monuments or for beingdedicated to tourism. Its charm comes from there, from the ambience on its streets, its characters, its art and its cuisine.
As interest points should be mentioned:
1 “LONJA DEL BARRANCO”
Reformed market with gastronomic places where Bellota ham, payoyo
cheese, local wines or international cuisine like sushi, pizzas or pies can be
tasted. The iron and glass structure by Gustav Eiffel on the XIX century, was
designed for being a fish market.
2 TRIANA MARKET
First time in the morning is the best momento to visit the food market, a
market that has integrated in its structure San Jorge’s castle ruins,
historic building as centre of the Inquisition between XV and XVII century.
3 SANTA ANA CHURCH
Is a parish church in Gothic-Mudéjar style, named as Interest Cultural
Building and whose construction begins at vthe end of the XIII century,
being the first church builded with new floor in the city after the
reconquest, in 1266. The church is commonly known as the Catedral de
Triana. It should be noted, the main altarpiece by Pedro de Campaña, a
magnificent piece of Golden Wood that presides the church.
4 CERAMIC CENTRE TRIANA
Created in the old Santa Ana’s Factory, this centre is an atractive and
educational MUSEUM of pottery and its artisans. It is the main ceramic
producer centre of Seville and has ceramic pieces of Anibal González. The main ceramics production centre in Seville and has ceramics by Aníbal González.