Seville is a stunning city in the south of Spain. It is a place where brilliant orange trees, mouthwatering tapas, and flamenco dancers' music can be heard. Our guide to the best hostels in Seville will help you choose a hostel that best suits your needs during your stay in Seville.
Spend a couple of days here exploring the maze of cobblestoned, winding lanes. Look inside the vibrant doorways as you move along to see lovely Arabic courtyards with fountains, palm trees, and mosaic tiles. Seville will transport you through time, from historic palaces and plazas to cutting-edge architectural wonders.
Best Hostels in Seville - Quick Answers
- Overall Best Hostel in Seville - Oasis Backpackers Palace Sevilla
- Best Hostel in Seville for Solo Female Travellers - Toc Hostel Sevilla
- Best Hostel in Seville for Digital Nomads - Oasis Backpackers' Hostel Sevilla
- Best Cheap Hostel in Seville - Sweet Sevilla Hostel
- Best Party Hostel in Seville - Oasis Backpackers Palace Sevilla
Quick Introduction to Hostels in Seville
Some of the hostels in Seville are among the best hostels in Europe and they usually have some extremely affordable dorm bed options. The more expensive the hostel is, the closer it is to the city center. Seville has many different types of hostels and some of the major European hostel chains have a presence in the city such as Oasis Backpackers and Hostel One.
Here are a few things that you might want to consider before choosing a hostel in Seville.
Price - Hostel prices in Western Europe have increased dramatically over the last year and hostel prices in Seville are no exception to this rule. A bed in a dorm room starts at €17 per night (usually huge dorm rooms), while a medium-sized dorm room will set you back €20 to €30 per night (6 to 10 beds).
Location - Seville is a medium-sized city but it’s still best to stay in a central location close to the main tourist attractions. All hostels mentioned below are in the center or very close to the center.
Amenities/Services - Every hostel offers free Wi-Fi but no hostels offer a free breakfast. If you want more specific services be sure to do your research to find the hostel that best meets your needs.
Staff - The majority of hostels in Seville have great staff and all the receptionists speak a decent level of English. They will give you great recommendations for restaurants, bars, and clubs, among other things. However, my recommendation is to study reviews to ensure that the hostel you select has friendly and helpful employees, as rude or unhelpful staff might ruin your hostel experience and trip.
The 10 Best Hostels in Seville
1. Oasis Backpackers Palace Sevilla
Oasis Backpackers is an award-winning hostel located close to the city center near El Corte Ingles and Plaza de Armas. This hostel features a beautiful rooftop terrace with a pool where you can try our mojitos or have a cool beer. They also hold language, dancing, and cooking lessons.
All rooms including their dorm rooms are air-conditioned. The well-designed dorm rooms in this hostel are cozy and spotlessly clean. Each dorm bed comes with its own power point and night lamp.
They have a fully equipped communal kitchen as well as the option of breakfast every morning (for an extra fee).
All of this makes Oasis Backpackers the best hostel in Seville and one of the best hostels in Europe. This hostel also happens to be one of the best hostels in Seville for party-goers.
Price: Dorms from €17.60, Privates from €81.70
2. Triana Hostel
Triana Backpackers Hostel is located in a historical Sevillian house only a 15-minute walk to the centre. This may not be the most modern hostel but the hostel makes up for this with its charming character and excellent and knowledgeable staff. This social hostel has a rooftop terrace where you can chill out in a hammock or have a jacuzzi.
All rooms have air-conditioning. The dorm rooms are spacious and clean. Each dorm bed comes with its own locker, lamp, power socket and privacy curtain. Another advantage is this hostel is that you get a free breakfast every morning.
Price: Dorms from €17.65, Privates from €43.70
3. New Samay Hostel
Samay Hostel is situated in a great location, bang in the center of Seville, and extremely close to all the major tourist sites. This newly renovated hostel (2020) hostel has very friendly staff and a good rooftop terrace.
The air-conditioned dorm rooms are spacious and clean. The premium dorm rooms are bright and come with excellently designed bunk beds. This also has a fully equipped guest kitchen where you can prepare your own meals.
Price: Dorms from €19.00, Privates from €70.00
4. Toc Hostel Sevilla
Toc Hostel in the heart of Seville is a very stylish and chic hostel with many innovative designs. Toc Hostels are a very popular hostel chain in Spain and their hostels are consistently classy. This hostel has many interior and exterior common areas where you can chill out and relax.
The dorm rooms are of a very high standard. The beds are cosy and each bed has its own power point, reading lamp, privacy curtain, and all beds have individually controlled air conditioning.
This is one of the best hostels in Seville for solo female travelers.
Price: Dorms from €34.60, Privates from €121.00 (4 people)
5. The Nomad Hostel
The Nomad Hostel is located in Seville city center, just 600 meters walk from the Cathedral and very close to all of the other tourist sites. This is a very modern, slick, and clean hostel. They have a rooftop terrace with a bar where you can relax or have a beer.
The dorm rooms are air-conditioned. The custom bunk beds are very well-designed and have comfortable mattresses to ensure you get a night’s sleep. A healthy breakfast is served every morning but for an extra fee and they also have a great guest kitchen where you can prepare your own meals.
Price: Dorms from €22.30, Privates from €42.40
6. Hostel One Catedral
Hostel One Catedral has a fantastic location. This multi-award-winning hostel is just a minute's walk to the Cathedral, Alcazar, and the Giralda Tower. Hostel One is one of the best hostel chains in Europe and Hostel One Catedral is no different. They are always number one when it comes to customer service as their staff are very friendly and helpful. This social hostel makes it very easy to meet fellow travelers.
This modern hostel has spotlessly clean dorm rooms and comfortable beds. Each bed comes with its own personal LED light, plug, and curtains for extra privacy. They have a rooftop terrace where you can chill out and enjoy some amazing views of Seville's skyline.
Price: Dorms from €35.00
7. Oasis Backpacker's Hostel Sevilla & Coworking
Oasis Backpackers' Hostel Sevilla has an amazing location because it's within walking distance of the Cathedral, the Torre del Oro, the Real Alcazar, Barrio de Santa Cruz, and Plaza de Toros. This spotless, air-conditioned hostel offers daily BBQs and dinners, an on-site bar, and a rooftop terrace with a small pool. This is a very social hostel where you will easily meet like-minded backpackers and share your travel stories.
The dorm rooms are cozy, modern, and clean. Oasis Backpackers is one of the best hostels in Seville for Digital Nomads as the hostel has its own co-working space.
Price: Dorms from €20.90, Privates from €90.00
8. The Spot Central Hostel
The Spot Central Hostel has a great location as everything is within walking distance. It’s just 250 meters from the Seville Cathedral and only 50 meters from the Plaza de Toros de La Maestranza and river Guadalquivir. When you arrive you can enjoy a free welcome drink on their rooftop terrace.
All rooms are very and there is air-conditioning throughout the building. The staff are super friendly. They have a very well-equipped guest kitchen where you can prepare your own meals.
Price: Dorms from €29.70, Privates from €63.00
9. For You Hostel Sevilla
For You Hostel Seville is set in a historic building dating from the beginning of the twentieth century, which is close to the center. This hostel is close to the main Seville attractions such as Museo de Bellas Artes de Sevilla, Puente de Triana, and the whole historical center of Seville.
For You Hostel combines the charm of a historic building while at the same time being a very modern and clean hostel. The hostel has 20 rooms with varying capacities. All rooms including the dorm rooms have ensuite bathrooms. The bunk beds are very well designed and each bed comes with its own private locker, individual sockets, and a reading lamp.
Price: Dorms from €8.70, Privates from €23.00
10. Sweet Sevilla Hostel
Sweet Sevilla Hostel is a cozy hostel located in the center of Seville. It’s just a 4-minute walk from La Plaza Nueva and only a 6-minute walk from La Plaza de Toros La Maestranza and the Cathedral. When you arrive you get a free welcome drink.
The dorm rooms are clean and surprisingly spacious. The hostel has an excellent communal kitchen that includes a toaster and a microwave oven.
Sweet Sevilla Hostel is one of the best hostels in Seville for Backpackers who are on a tight budget as a bed in a dorm room starts at only €15.20 per night.
Price: Dorms from €15.20, Privates from €45.70
Final Thought on the Best Hostels in Seville
I hope this list of the best hostels in Seville helps you pick a hostel that best suits your needs. In general, the overall standard of hostels in Seville is excellent but there are still some bad hostels. Hopefully, this list will help you avoid bad or mediocre hostels to ensure you enjoy your stay in Seville. My favorite hostel in Seville is Toc Hostel.
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