Our lovely apartment has a cozy bedroom available! It comfortably fits 2 and is centrally located on a quiet street, just a slope away from the main street. Enjoy our nice balcony, all mod cons kitchen and easy access to all major "acarajés" in town!
Hey! We have a spare room in our three bedroom apartment. The apartment is in the third floor, there are two lifts in the building and a 24/7 doorman. Whether you're coming on your own or with a fellow traveller, this spare bedroom comfortably fits the two of you. It is quiet and very well ventilated, but there's an air conditioning would you be more sensitive to the heat. Our living room leads to the balcony which has a beautiful view from where the sunset is very nice.
My mum and I are laid back and open minded, with no prejudices of any kind towards race, creed or sexual orientation. We're well travelled and enjoy cultural interchanges. :-)
Feel free to use both the kitchen with all mod cons and living room. There's high speed wi-fi connection all over the apartment which you can also use of course. The bathroom is private for your use only but it's not ensuite. It's right off your bedroom though.
My mum and I are two business persons so our time is kind of flexible. I myself work with BI for the culture/entertainment sector and that's why I have great knowledge on what's happening in Salvador. I'm sometimes free, so I can possibily show you around or cook a very nice regional breakfast. I'm a great cook!
If you're coming for the carnival, then this is the place to stay! We're a 7 minutes drive from the end of the most famous Carnival route (Barra/Ondina) and a 20 minute drive from the Feira do Abadá, where you can buy the t-shirts that allow you to join some carnival groups.
Hi. Here's a laid back guy from Salvador da Bahia, Brazil, who do enjoy traveling! I'm an entrepreneur designer so eventually I have some time to spare. I have plenty of friends from all over the world who come visit Salvador all year round. So I decided to give it a go to Airbnb too.
I lived in London (UK) for nearly 3 years where I attended masters. I ended up having contact with so many different cultures that I decided to try and learn something about them, especially their cuisines. That's how I became a cook lover.
Now that I'm back in Salvador da Bahia I'm even more curious and passionate about the local culture. Music, food, history, geology, everything in this land has a especial meaning that I learned to value during all these years living abroad. I'd be pleased to have you here in Salvador either as a guest or as a friend for a nice talk over a fresh troprical juice made from scratch or simply a cold beer. :)