If you need a place to stay in Sevilla before or after your trip, we recommend three excellent hostels.
Option 1: Samay Hostel
The Samay Team of backpackers and independent travellers have created the perfect space for those who want more from their hostel. They have completely restored a traditional Sevillian town house, adding their own unique touches to better serve you. The spacious, designer, well-lit and ensuite dorm rooms keep you comfortable.
Option 2: Pension Virgen de la Luz
Pension Virgen de la Luz is located within Seville’s historical quarter, Barrio Santa Cruz and just a few minutes away from all the main attractions. A short walk from the guesthouse, you will find numerous tapas bars, restaurants and flamenco shows.
The building shows the typical regional architecture, with its central patio decorated with precious tiles and ceramics, plants and andalusian-style furniture.
Option 3: Boutike Hostel
The Boutike Hostel is located in a restored 20th century building, offering spacious, comfortable rooms with wood floors and ensuite bath. The common areas include a living room, computer area, kitchen, dining area, an indoor relax patio and a lounge on the terrace. Defined as “boutique”, this hostel promises to be a small establishment that specializes a cozy-at-home atmosphere where creativity, community, camaraderie and comfort are the most important elements.