As you surely have guessed, there is a wide offer of mid-range hotels in Seville. No wonder why weekending in Seville, the capital of Andalucía, has become hugely and understandably popular.
So if you happen to be a somehow budget traveler, Seville offers no shortage of small family-run budget hotels and pensions, many of which are located in the center of town. As a matter of fact, some of the best values in Seville accommodations can be found in this price bracket.
Actually, you will find yourself spoiled for choice here as most of the mid-rangers are creative originals, blending high levels of comfort with an often-quirky sense of style.
Be careful though because prices skyrocket in spring from Holy Week to the Feria de Abril and in Christmas. But traveling off-season will yield great bargains in some of amazing and unexpected accommodation.
Below, I have highlighted my favorite 5 mid-range hotels across the city:
Hotel América: This delightful hotel is located in the central Plaza de la Victoria. It lies surrounded by countless shops, and traditional tapas bars as it is only a couple of minutes away from the Seville’s main shopping area.
You will be welcomed by warm, muted tones which create an inviting, calming atmosphere.
The guest rooms enjoy a simplistic style and offer the perfect refuge in which to relax and unwind in comfort at the end of the day. The hotel offers a host of high-quality facilities, fully catering to the business and leisure needs of guests.
Patio de La Alameda: Situated in a historic 19th building with beautiful patios, this charming hotel is right on the Alameda de Hércules – a broad tree-lined boulevard which is the heart of the bohemian district. Here, you will be greeted by statues of Hercules and Julius Caesar atop stone columns. All day long, all year round, Sevillanos meet for coffee, beers and tapas in its many cafés and restaurants.
From the second you walk through the main door, go right up to the lovely roof top terrace bar. Here is where breakfast is, and it also makes an attractive bar in the evening.
Most of the rooms face onto an internal patio, which is extremely convenient as it means that they are quiet at night.
Sacristía de Santa Ana: It sits in the bustling and extremely popular boulevard known as La Alameda situated on the edge of the old town and close to the Guadalquivir River. La Alameda is the heart of boho Seville, where you will find dozens of exceptional tapas bars and charming cafés.
This 18th century former convent built on the site of a Roman temple has been meticulously transformed into a chic hotel, spread over 3 levels. Frescoed ceilings, Roman statues, oak beams, vaulted cloisters and a central Andalusian patio set the mood of this former sacristy.
The rooms’ décor is traditional yet stylish – all have soft pink, olive or grey walls with mostly refurbished antique furniture. Some superior rooms and the junior suite have views onto La Alameda, providing maximum exposure to the district vibe.
Hotel AACR Museo: Just two blocks away from the Museo de Bellas Artes, this hotel offers modern comforts and amenities in the historic quarter. The surrounding area features lovely small streets, historic plazas and many old mansions.
The modern architecture and decoration of the building, featuring marble and glass, as well as light colors and contemporary artwork, create a bright and airy atmosphere throughout the hotel common areas.
Rooms are decorated with modern, comfortable furniture, natural pastel paints and elegant wall prints. Many rooms have balconies to the street, while others receive light from the large, glass-roofed interior patio.
Hotel Sevilla: Built on a traditional stately home, this smallish and charming hotel is situated on a quiet square in the center of Seville. The hotel is strategically located half way between the main points of interest in the city, making it easy to reach them all on foot.
Beyond the hall is a charming Andalusian courtyard with green plants. The decoration of the public areas on the upper floors is modern and there is a lot of use of strong colors.
Rooms have been recently redecorated and are very bright and nice, with white walls and dark brown and white textiles. All have good comfortable beds and a stylish dark wooden patterned bed head.
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’re 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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