You can find comfortable and clean budget hotels in Seville for less than it would cost to eat a decent dinner in London or Paris. And in recent years, the quality of budget accommodation in Seville has improved dramatically, making the city among the best accommodation bargains in Europe.
Seville has a surprisingly wide variety of budget hotels, where your money goes a long way in terms of what you get. And the best part is that most of them are walking distance to everything you would want to see in the city!
So whether you are with the family or on a romantic getaway, you won’t have to travel far to reach your hotel, regardless of how much you can spend. Even among most good budget hotels, proximity within the city center is not an issue.
While this selection is mainly based on the idea of affordable travel, I am sure that you do love pampering yourself once in a while. With this idea in mind, I have chosen the hotels on my list based on location, facilities, and atmosphere. All of those factors are crucial when choosing your accommodation in Seville.
Without further ado, here is list of what I consider the best 5 budget hotels in Seville, in rough order of preference:
La Casa del Maestro Boutique: Once the home of Niño Ricardo, one of Spain’s great flamenco guitar players, this is a warm, authentic and welcoming hotel. Located in the traditional neighborhood of Santa Catalina, you can easily get to many of the Seville sights from here on foot.
The house, built around a central courtyard, has 11 rooms. Each room has different decorations inspired by songs of the artist while being well equipped and comfortable.
The patio gives access to a nice and soft natural light, and is built around the original wooden beams, stylish banisters, and the spectacular mosaic floor in greens and yellows that runs right through the public spaces of the hotel. At the top of the house you will find the roof terrace, where you can have a delicious breakfast with views over Seville’s rooftops.
Hotel Alcántara: The hotel is located right in the heart of the old Jewish Quarter (also known as Barrio de Santa Cruz) and features a classic Andalusian style. The unique architecture of the building offers a combination not often found in Seville.
There is plenty of natural light in all the premises and an exterior feel to almost every room thanks to the large central patio featuring a nice array of plants.
The rooms’ furnishing are elegant and contemporary in style, and complimented by soft wood floors. Every room has at least one window overlooking the courtyard and therefore very quiet.
Casual de las Letras Sevilla: Located at the La Alfalfa neighborhood and just a few meters away from the main monuments, this budget-conscious hotel has contemporary décor.
Rooms are devoted to literature and books and are economically sized as you would expect for a budget hotel, although with plenty of triples and quadruples. They may be a bit too small for two, but all are nicely furnished and very clean. However, the terrace in front of most rooms will make your stay even more comfortable.
Although breakfast is available, I suggest you to go to one of the little cafes that you can find down the road instead. There is also a vending machine offering beer, soft drinks and snacks.
Casa Boutique La Pila del Pato: Tradition and modernity coexist in a building from the late 18th century. This traditional Sevillian guest house features a charming interior patio with bright, hand-painted tiles.
The reception itself is pleasant, but the delightful courtyard is the authentic heart of this place. It is a lovely place to sit and read a book, or have a quick snack. At this price, you cannot expect many facilities, but the convenience of its excellent location in a very quiet street is a massive bonus.
The guest rooms feature modern decoration, with bright colored, minimalist interiors. Most of them have a beautiful ceiling with the original wooden beams and old window blinds.
Hostal Hom Museo: This typical 19th-century building, located in a quiet square next to Seville’s gorgeous Museo de Bellas Artes, offers superb value and an excellent location. But by far my favorite perk is that it offers an incredible rooftop terrace where you can relax and sip your favorite drinks.
The service will surely exceed your expectations – the staff members are very polite and ready to help with every issue or to share some recommendations, including great spots where you can have breakfast.
Most rooms are extremely quiet and secluded in a nice way.
As always, you have all the information on a specific map of accommodation in Seville. And remember, you can use this map at home and while you are traveling in Spain. I explain you how to do it in the Seville Traveller maps page, where you also have links to all the other maps.
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