Where to stay in Seville? The best areas and places to stay

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Where to Stay in Seville: My Selection of the Best Accommodations

You’re planning to visit Seville, the capital of Andalusia, and you’re wondering where to stay?

You’re at the right place!

When traveling, it’s never easy to find the perfect hotel, especially if it’s your first time in the city.

As I know Seville very well, I have thus compiled a list of the best hotels in Seville for you, sorted by neighborhood.

Whether you’re looking for a hostel, a budget hotel in the city center, or a more upscale hotel (with a swimming pool, for example!), you’ll find what you’re looking for in this article.

For each area, I will also tell you more about the best things to do and places to visit.

With my recommendations, you can book your dream hotel in Seville right now and ensure an unforgettable trip!

And at the end of this article, you will also find my selection of budget hotels in Seville as well as my list of the best places to stay in Seville if you’re travelling as a family.

So, where to stay in Seville as a tourist?

Let’s find out!

In the Historic Santa Cruz District

Once the Jewish quarter, the Santa Cruz district has become the most visited area in Seville.

It’s a very picturesque neighborhood that has retained its charm despite the influx of tourists. In the maze of colorful little alleys, you’ll find many historic landmarks emblematic of Seville, as well as beautiful white-façaded villas typical of Sevillian architecture, palaces, and flowered patios.

The squares are crowded with tapas bars, frequented by locals and tourists alike at any time of the day. In this district, you’ll also find restaurants offering typical Sevillian cuisine.

It’s the best area to stay in Seville in the city center.

I recommend this neighborhood for staying in Seville:

  • To be close to everything
  • If you like buzz and activity
  • If you are passionate about history and culture

The historic Santa Cruz neighborhood is the ideal place to discover:

  • The Royal Alcázar Palace, commonly called “The Alcázar,” a palace-fortress typical of Muslim architecture, as well as the Callejón del Agua alley that runs along the palace
  • The Seville Cathedral, dating back to the 15th – 16th centuries
  • The churches of Santa Cruz, San Bartolomé, and Santa María la Blanca, former synagogues now repurposed
  • The charming squares, such as Plaza Santa Cruz, Plaza Doña Elvira, and Plaza de las Cruces
  • The Hospital de los Venerables, a former Baroque-style hospital now a cultural center
  • The Murillo Gardens and Catalina de Ribera promenade.

Here is my selection of the best hotels in the historic Santa Cruz district

Hotel Amadeus & La Musica – from 95€

Hotel Amadeus & La Musica is located just 150 meters from Seville Cathedral.

Decorated on a classical music theme, this unique hotel also has a library filled with classical music CDs and a soundproof room with music instruments to play.

The rooms are spacious and bright, and of course, all equipped with air conditioning, especially useful from June in Seville to cope with the summer heat!

Its rooftop terrace with jacuzzi offers an extraordinary view of the Giralda tower.

It’s my top pick for staying affordably in Seville, in the historic center, and I highly recommend it to you, especially if you’re a musician!

Santa Cruz - Hotel Amadeus & La Musica
Santa Cruz District – Hotel Amadeus & La Musica

Hotel Casa del Poeta – from 170€

At 250 meters from Seville Cathedral and 400 meters from the Alcázar, the hotel is located in a sumptuous building right in the heart of the historic center. It’s the perfect location to stay in Seville for visiting the historic center on foot.

It offers chic and elegant rooms, some of which even come with a balcony.

The personalized welcome is worthy of the finest hotels, with sightseeing tips and little touches.

You can enjoy a terrace with a stunning view of Seville’s rooftops to relax. And you can also attend classical guitar concerts in the hotel’s courtyard.

A great choice for staying in Seville for a weekend!

Santa Cruz - Hotel Casa Del Poeta
Santa Cruz District – Hotel Casa Del Poeta

Hotel Casa 1800 – from 280€

Located right across from Seville Cathedral, the hotel occupies a beautiful 19th-century house that has been completely restored.

The rooms are very luxurious, simply sumptuous with grand chandeliers and beautiful vintage parquet flooring. Most of the furniture is even hand-carved! Some also come with a jacuzzi.

The breakfast is a real treat, and you can enjoy a complimentary afternoon snack served every day as well as unlimited drinks throughout the day.

But undoubtedly, the highlight is the view from the rooftop terrace overlooking the Giralda and the cathedral. Can I add a little more by mentioning that this Seville hotel also has a gorgeous pool on that same roof?

For a luxurious stay in the historic district of Seville, there’s no better choice!

This is the best hotel for a romantic stay in Seville in the city center!

Santa Cruz District - Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla
Santa Cruz District – Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla

In El Centro District

El Centro is the district for shopping in Seville, with numerous clothing stores and other major retail outlets.

As its name suggests, it is a very central area, with everything close by.

While it’s busy in the morning and late afternoon, it becomes less lively in the evening after the shops close, making it an ideal district for those looking for a calm area to stay.

This district is perfect for accommodation in Seville:

  • If you want to go shopping
  • As a starting point for your sightseeing itineraries in Seville

In El Centro district, you can discover:

  • The Town Hall (on Plaza Nueva)
  • The three main shopping streets: Calle Sierpes, Calle Velázquez, and Calle Tetuán
  • Metropol Parasol: its panoramic views of the city, its Antiquarium museum, and its covered market
  • The University of Seville
  • The Palacio de la Condesa de Lebrija, a typical Sevillian house, and Casa de Pilatos, an aristocratic palace
  • The Church of the Divine Savior (or El Salvador in Spanish), the city’s second-largest church after Seville Cathedral

Where to stay in El Centro district of Seville?

Casa Gloria Apartments – from 70€

Just 200 meters from Plaza de Armas and close to the Fine Arts Museum, Casa Gloria Apartments offer 45 m² apartments, ideal for two people, with a balcony.

The modern and spacious apartments provide comfort that will make you feel right at home.

The reception is very welcoming, with nice touches upon arrival.

They offer great value for money. Make sure to book in advance!

These apartments are perfect for a weekend stay in Seville or even for 3 to 4 days.

El Centro - Casa Gloria Apartments
El Centro district – Casa Gloria Apartments

Welldone Antiquarium – from 100€

Right in the heart of central Seville, just 300 meters away from Metropol Parasol, Welldone Antiquarium offers modern and stylish apartments with a kitchenette, microwave, refrigerator, and cooking utensils.

Sierpes Street is just 700 meters away, so you can enjoy your shopping sessions and then relax on the building’s communal terrace.

It’s the best choice of accommodation in El Centro if you want to be completely self-sufficient!

El Centro - Welldone Antiquarium
El Centro district – Welldone Antiquarium

Hotel Gravina 51 – from 170€

Hotel Gravina 51 is housed in a beautifully restored 18th-century mansion: with its two flower-filled patios, it features typical Sevillian architecture.

Located 250 meters from Plaza de Armas, it’s ideally situated for accommodation in Seville, close to the city center but away from the crowded shopping streets. You can visit all of Seville on foot.

The rooms are very quiet and have excellent bedding, essential for resting up for the following days! The breakfast is delicious and very filling.

It’s the perfect hotel for a good night’s sleep in Seville.

El Centro - Hotel Gravina 51
El Centro district – Hotel Gravina 51

In La Macarena District

The La Macarena district is one of the most authentic areas of Seville. A former working-class neighborhood, it has undeniable charm with still a part of the city’s walls, built during Julius Caesar’s time.

The district features a mix of atmospheres: the market ambience with its halls and typical Sevillian gastronomy products; the party atmosphere with many bars and clubs open all night; and also the typically Andalusian laid-back lifestyle.

You will love this district if:

  • You want to take beautiful photos to capture the Andalusian way of life
  • You like browsing antique markets
  • You are looking for a lively neighborhood
  • You enjoy partying

Don’t miss in La Macarena district:

  • Feria Street, the fresh produce market (Mercado de Abastos) and the flea and antiques market (Mercadillo El Jueves)
  • The city walls
  • The Basilica of La Macarena and its museum
  • San Luis de los Franceses Church in Seville, a former Jesuit church, typical of 18th-century Baroque architecture and a listed Historical Monument

Where to stay in La Macarena district?

Ibis Budget Sevilla Aeropuerto – from 50€

Just a 5-minute drive from the airport, Ibis Budget Sevilla Aeropuerto is ideal for travelers in a hurry and on a budget.

Like all Ibis Budget hotels, it offers modern rooms and numerous services (continental buffet breakfast, ticket service, private parking).

Located in the north of the La Macarena district, it is next to a bus station serving the entire city. Convenient for getting to the center of Seville by public transport and easily exploring all the tourist attractions without the hassle of finding parking.

A reliable choice and excellent value for money when looking for budget accommodation in Seville!

La Macarena - Ibis Budget Sevilla Aeropuerto
La Macarena district – Ibis Budget Sevilla Aeropuerto

Hilton Garden Inn Sevilla – from 90€

The Hilton Garden Inn Sevilla is located to the north of the La Macarena district, and offers a free shuttle service daily to the historic center. Be sure to book it at least the day before to secure a spot. Alternatively, a bus stop is located 250 meters from the hotel and quickly connects you to the city center.

It features modern, stylish, and cozy rooms with large windows overlooking the pool.

In terms of amenities, the hotel has an outdoor swimming pool, a paddle-tennis court, and a 24-hour fitness center.

The staff are attentive and can help book a car upon request if desired.

It’s the ideal hotel to enjoy the La Macarena district!

La Macarena - Hilton Garden Inn Sevilla
La Macarena district – Hilton Garden Inn Sevilla

Atrivm Apartamento – starting from 160€

Located in the southern part of the Macarena district, Atrivm Apartamento offers 50 m² apartments that can accommodate up to 4 guests.

Extremely clean and situated in a tranquil area, it’s perfect for those who want to be independent, relax in the lounge area, or cook their own meals with typical products bought at the Abastos market, such as charcuterie and cheese. Whip up some delicious homemade tapas and enjoy a peaceful evening!

Important for those visiting Seville in summer, it has air conditioning.

It’s the best place to stay in Seville for families or small groups of friends.

La Macarena - Atrivm Apartamento
Macarena District – Atrivm Apartamento

In San Vicente / Alameda de Hercules district

Alameda de Hercules is known as Seville’s youthful and lively district. Once considered a rough area, it is now the epicenter of Seville’s nightlife. It’s packed with tapas bars and is the go-to spot for a drink during the daytime or at night.

Located between the Guadalquivir River and Alameda de Hercules, San Vicente is a former bourgeois district, which boasts numerous churches and convents, as well as charming squares where you can sit for a drink surrounded by orange trees.

It’s the most renowned district for enjoying authentic tapas and discovering Sevillian cuisine.

Both districts offer relatively affordable lodging prices, and there are many apartments available for rent rather than hotels.

While it may not be the most popular among tourists, it’s definitely a cool area to stay in Seville.

The San Vicente / Alameda de Hercules district is great for accommodation if you’re staying in Seville:

  • To experience Andalusian gastronomy
  • To have a drink in the shaded little squares
  • If you’re looking for a dynamic and trendy place
  • If you enjoy partying

Things to do in San Vicente / Alameda de Hercules district:

  • Take a bike ride or a stroll along the Guadalquivir River
  • Discover the many churches and convents, including San Lorenzo Church and the Basilica del Gran Poder, or the convents of Santa Clara (and the Torre de Don Fadrique) and Santa Rosalía
  • Visit the San Clemente Monastery, the oldest in the city, dating back to the 13th century
  • Wander around to find little squares like Plaza de San Lorenzo

Here are my picks for the best apartments in San Vicente / Alameda de Hercules district

Apartamento La Gavidia – starting from 100€

Apartamento La Gavidia is a 65 m² apartment that can accommodate up to 4 guests.

Very well equipped, whether in the kitchen, bathroom, or bedroom, you’ll feel right at home thanks to the warm welcome from the owner, Maria.

It’s an ideal apartment to stay in Seville for families or small groups of friends who want independence during their stay in the city.

There’s only one, so you should definitely book it in advance!

San Vicente - Alameda de Hercules - Apartamento La Gavidia
San Vicente District – Alameda de Hercules – Apartamento La Gavidia

Jesus del Gran Poder 127 – starting from 130€

The Jesus del Gran Poder 127 apartment is located right next to the Basilica del Gran Poder and 800 meters from Plaza de Armas. You can reach Seville’s main attractions within a 15-minute walk.

It’s an 80 m² apartment that can host up to 6 guests, with two bedrooms (one with a double bed and one with two separate single beds) and a kitchen equipped with an oven and washing machine. Modern and recently renovated, it’s very clean and spacious.

This is the ideal place for families to stay in San Vicente district of Seville.

San Vicente - Jesus del Gran Poder 127
San Vicente District – Jesus del Gran Poder 127

She Loft Alameda – starting from 270€

She Loft Alameda is an apartment with a unique design and a particularly clever layout.

Offering a spacious 150 m² with three bedrooms (two with double beds and one with two separate single beds), a large fully equipped kitchen, spacious living room, and even a terrace with city views, it can accommodate up to 8 guests.

It’s located 1 km from Plaza de Armas.

Nestled in the heart of the lively Alameda de Hercules district, this loft is my personal favorite for staying in Seville with friends.

Alameda de Hercules - She Loft Alameda
Alameda de Hercules District – She Loft Alameda

In El Arenal district

El Arenal is the district of the Bullring. It’s one of the best areas to experience the diversity of Andalusian culture, from bullfighting and cuisine to music and the arts, with numerous local artist concerts and theater performances.

It’s a rather quiet district, except on bullfighting days when locals flock in large numbers.

I recommend the El Arenal district for your stay in Seville:

  • If you are passionate about bullfighting or simply wish to experience it
  • To discover Andalusian culture
  • If you are looking for a quiet area

What to see and do in El Arenal district:

  • A bullfight at the Real Maestranza de Caballería de Seville Bullring (between April and October)
  • Plaza de Toros and the Bullfighting Museum
  • Watch a play, attend a classical music concert, or see a flamenco show at the Maestranza Theater
  • Walk along the Guadalquivir River, by foot or on a bike
  • Torre del Oro (Gold Tower) and the Naval Museum
  • The Hospital de la Santa Caridad and its baroque chapel

The best places to stay in El Arenal district, Seville

The Zentral Arenal Suites – starting from 100€

The Zentral Arenal Suites offers excellent value for money in the heart of the El Arenal district.

The apartments and studios available are modern and colorful, with a double bed and a sofa bed (for three guests), a living room, and a kitchen equipped with a coffee machine and microwave.

Strategically located 200 meters from the Guadalquivir River, less than a 5-minute walk from the Bullring, and 800 meters from the Cathedral and the Alcazar. Its location is perfect for exploring Seville by day and night.

El Arenal - The Zentral Arenal Suites
El Arenal District – The Zentral Arenal Suites

Puerta Catedral Boutique – from 170€

Puerta Catedral Boutique offers spacious apartments with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, all decorated in a modern and meticulous style.

Chic and quite large, it’s the perfect setup if you’re traveling with another couple, for example.

Located just a 5-minute walk from Seville Cathedral and 210 meters from Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza, it’s perfectly positioned for exploring the main attractions of Seville. You’ll also find numerous restaurants and tapas bars close by.

I absolutely love the decor and layout of this accommodation. It’s one of my top choices for where to stay in Seville!

El Arenal - Puerta Catedral Boutique
El Arenal district – Puerta Catedral Boutique

Petit Palace Marques Santa Ana – from 205€

200 meters from Seville Cathedral and less than 700 meters from the Alcazar, Petit Palace Marques Santa Ana offers stylish rooms in the spirit of a boutique hotel.

Set in a 19th-century restored building, it’s a place that oozes charm.

You’ll have access to a rooftop terrace with a magnificent view of the Cathedral and can take advantage of services like free bike rental on request.

With a fantastic location, great breakfast, friendly staff, and comfortable rooms, it’s definitely one of the best hotels in El Arenal district to stay in Seville!

El Arenal - Petit Palace Marques Santa Ana
El Arenal district – Petit Palace Marques Santa Ana

In Triana district

Triana is located on the other side of the Guadalquivir River, to the west. Formerly a Gypsy neighborhood, it is now a popular and picturesque area, where you can feel the typical Andalusian village spirit.

Stroll through the streets to meet the pottery and ceramic artisans who have made their home here, and taste Andalusian cuisine in one of the many family-owned bars and restaurants in Triana.

Although you can reach the El Arenal district in a few minutes via the Isabel II Bridge, Triana feels like a separate city, and its inhabitants feel more attached to the neighborhood than to Seville. Being quite far from downtown, it naturally offers very affordable housing prices.

I recommend this neighborhood for where to stay in Seville:

  • If you appreciate craftsmanship, especially ceramics and pottery
  • To immerse yourself in the Andalusian village spirit
  • If you’re looking for a quiet area away from the tourists

Best places to visit in Triana district:

  • Alfarería Street where you’ll find most of the pottery and ceramic workshops
  • Betis Street along the Guadalquivir River, for a romantic stroll
  • Castle of Saint George, also known as the Castle of the Inquisition, and its museum to learn plenty about the Inquisition
  • Chapel of the Mariners (Capilla de los Marineros), an 18th-century chapel in Sevillian architectural style
  • Mercado de Triana

What are the best hotels in Triana district?

Le B&B Casa Alfareria 59 – from 70€

The charming Bed & Breakfast Casa Alfareria 59 stands out with its very colorful decor. The rooms are modern and bright, and there’s a shared kitchen. Breakfast is included in the price.

Warm welcome and a friendly atmosphere await you! The hosts will be thrilled to share insights on things to see and do in Seville and give you tips on the best typical restaurants that avoid the tourist traps.

It’s located only 400 meters from Triana Bridge, making the main attractions of the city center accessible within a 20-minute walk.

An excellent choice for where to stay in Seville to visit the center.

Triana - B&B Casa Alfareria 59
Triana district – B&B Casa Alfareria 59

Salado 8 – from 135€

This 90 m² apartment is perfect for families or groups of friends, comfortably accommodating up to 6 guests.

It features two bedrooms, a living room, and a very well-equipped kitchen, including an oven. And if you don’t feel like cooking every night, you’ll find many restaurants and bars around the hotel!

Located in southern Triana, 1.1 km from Triana Bridge, it’s ideal for those seeking a calm place to stay.

This is my top pick for its value for money in Triana district and a great place to stay in Seville with family.

Triana - Salado 8
Triana district – Salado 8

Eurostars Torre Sevilla – from 220€

Occupying the top 13 floors of the namesake skyscraper (the tallest in Andalusia), Eurostars Torre Sevilla offers upscale modern rooms with some of the most beautiful panoramic views of the entire city and beyond.

It also boasts a spa with a pool, a restaurant (360° view of Seville), and a gym.

Its location is perfect, 800 meters from Triana Bridge and therefore a 15-minute walk from the center of Seville.

With top-notch service to boot, this is without a doubt my top suggestion for luxury accommodation in Seville!

Triana - Eurostars Torre Sevilla
Triana district – Eurostars Torre Sevilla

In La Alfafa / Las Setas district

The La Alfafa / Las Setas district has a dual personality, both traditional and picturesque (with its tapas bars and narrow streets full of designer shops), and modern and futuristic (with Metropol Parasol and Plaza de la Encarnación).

It’s an excellent compromise for those wanting to stay close to Seville’s downtown, especially near the Alcázar, while avoiding areas heavily frequented by tourists.

You’ll enjoy staying in La Alfafa / Las Setas district for:

  • If you want a central location without the tourist crowds
  • To discover both sides of Seville

I suggest checking out:

  • Metropol Parasol, also known as Las Setas de Sevilla, found in Plaza de la Encarnación, offering one of the best views of the city
  • The Antiquarium, an archaeological museum inside Metropol Parasol
  • The Encarnación Market, a colossal indoor market
  • Plaza Mayor, on the roof of Metropol Parasol, exhibition space

Here is my selection of the best accommodations in La Alfafa/Las Setas district

Hotel Cervantes – starting from 90€

Nestled in a 19th century building, Hotel Cervantes is a traditional hotel located in the north of the La Alfafa district, near the main points of interest in the historic center: Seville Cathedral and the Giralda Tower are just a 10-minute walk away.

This hotel offers stylish and simple rooms with wooden floors.

The hotel’s decor mainly features wood and marble, with colored ceilings, and has lovely internal patios where free coffee and tea are served at any time.

And for those with a sweet tooth, the hotel is just a 5-minute walk from one of the city’s institutions, Campana bakery! If that doesn’t convince you, nothing will! 🙂

Great value for money for this hotel in La Alfafa district.

La Alfafa - Las Setas - Hotel Cervantes
La Alfafa – Las Setas district – Hotel Cervantes

Hotel Ateneo Sevilla – starting from 170€

Hotel Ateneo Sevilla is a beautiful hotel with a very original style, boasting a stunning period decor inspired by a 19th century mansion. Its central courtyard and English pub contribute to an exceptional atmosphere.

The unique, poetic and baroque decor extends to the rooms, some of which are equipped with a balcony.

The hotel is located right next to Santa Marta Church and a 10-minute walk from Seville Cathedral.

For a unique place to stay in Seville with your significant other, I recommend a stay at the Ateno Sevilla!

Las Setas district - Hotel Ateneo Sevilla
Las Setas district – Hotel Ateneo Sevilla

Hotel Boutique Corral del Rey – starting from 280€

The Hotel Boutique Corral del Rey resides in a charming restored 17th century building, featuring an atrium and a patio typical of Sevillian architecture, as well as Roman-style marble columns. A truly unique experience!

The rooms are tastefully decorated, spacious and very comfortable.

The hotel also boasts a swimming pool (an essential feature to cool off in Seville!) situated on its rooftop terrace, offering a panoramic view over Seville.

Located in Alfafa district, it is only a 5-minute walk from Seville Cathedral and 7 minutes from the Alcázar Palace.

This is my top recommendation for a romantic weekend in La Alfafa/Las Setas district of Seville

Alfafa district - Hotel Boutique Corral del Rey
Alfafa district – Hotel Boutique Corral del Rey

In del Museo district

The del Museo district is the chic and upscale area of Seville, a bit away from the crowds of tourists and therefore quieter than the historic center.

Named because it’s home to the magnificent Seville Museum of Fine Arts (considered Spain’s second most beautiful after the Prado Museum in Madrid), it’s perfect for lovers of art and culture.

The del Museo district is the ideal place to stay:

  • If you are passionate about art
  • If you are looking for a quiet area to stay

In del Museo district, you can discover:

  • The Seville Museum of Fine Arts
  • Seville-Plaza de Armas Station, a former station now converted into a shopping center and cinema

The best hotels in del Museo district, Seville

Hotel AACR Museo – starting from 70€

Featuring a rooftop terrace with a pool, and a patio in traditional Andalusian style where you can unwind, Hotel AACR Museo offers elegant and air-conditioned rooms.

Located 2 minutes from the Museum of Fine Arts and 10 minutes from Metropol Parasol, it is also well connected to the rest of the city as there is a bus stop 5 minutes away on foot and Plaza de las Armas bus station is just 2 minutes away.

With a warm welcome and quality service, I believe it offers one of the best value for money stays in this district of Seville.

El Museo - Hotel AACR Museo
Del Museo district – Hotel AACR Museo

Antonio Salado 14 – starting from 150€

200 meters from Plaza de Armas and the Museum of Fine Arts, this apartment can accommodate up to 5 people in its 68 m², with two bedrooms (one with a double bed and one with twin beds), a fully equipped kitchen, a living room (with a sofa bed), a bathroom, and even a balcony.

It is bright and spacious, ideal if you wish to stay with your family in Seville.

The host also offers a car and bicycle rental service.

Plaza de Armas district - Antonio Salado 14
Del Museo district – Antonio Salado 14

NH Sevilla Plaza de Armas – starting from 200€

Right beside Plaza de Armas and 300 meters from the Museum of Fine Arts, the NH Sevilla Plaza de Armas boasts a beautiful view of Seville from its rooftop pool.

The decor of the hotel and rooms is modern and sophisticated.

Additionally, the hotel has a bar and a restaurant that serves excellent Spanish cuisine. The staff are very attentive and will not hesitate to offer sightseeing advice.

El Museo - NH Sevilla Plaza de Armas
Del Museo district – NH Sevilla Plaza de Armas

Where to stay in Seville on a budget

Accommodation prices are generally quite affordable in Seville. Those on a budget will have no trouble finding something to suit their needs, whether it’s a hostel, an apartment, or a hotel, there are plenty of affordable accommodations where to stay in Seville without breaking the bank.

Here is my selection of the best budget-friendly accommodations in Seville:

  • Samay Hostel: This hostel is set in a restored townhouse and offers rooms and dorms with private bathrooms, a rooftop terrace, and a communal kitchen, starting at 12€. Located in Santa Cruz district, it’s ideally situated just 150 meters from the Alcazar Palace gardens and 10 minutes from the Cathedral. The best budget accommodation option in Seville.
  • Oasis Backpackers’ Palace Seville: Just 500 meters from Seville’s bus station in Museo district, this hostel is ideal for backpackers planning other visits in Spain. Dorm rooms are available from 15€. The highlight of this place is unquestionably its rooftop with a pool, offering a youthful and dynamic ambiance.
  • The Nomad Hostel: Very clean and modern, well located right in the center of Seville, this hostel offers private or dorm rooms starting at 17€, some with balconies overlooking the city, and features a bar, terrace, and shared kitchen. The bonus: breakfast is included. A great choice for budget-friendly stays in the city center of Seville!
  • Hotel Baco: North of the La Alfafa district, Hotel Baco is an originally designed hotel offering comfortable rooms starting from 32€. It’s quite central, and everything can be explored on foot. One of the cheapest accommodations in Seville!
  • Hotel Simon: In the El Arenal district, 50 meters from Seville Cathedral, Hotel Simon is housed in an exquisite 18th-century mansion. It features a stunning central courtyard where you can enjoy breakfast. Room rates start from 40€. An affordable hotel option in Seville.
  • Apartamentos Rey de Sevilla: If you prefer having your own apartment, Apartamentos Rey de Sevilla in the La Macarena district will delight you. The modern apartments and studios come with French doors, some with terraces and others with balconies. With a space of 32 m², they can accommodate two to three people and are rented from 50€ per night.

What is the best hotel in Seville?

If you’re looking to stay in the best hotel in Seville, I highly recommend Hotel Casa 1800 in the historic Santa Cruz district. It’s clearly the best luxury hotel in Seville, thanks to its location, the comfort of the rooms, and especially for the view of the cathedral from the roof, one of the most beautiful in all of Seville!

Where to stay in Seville: A summary table of the best hotels

To give you a better idea of the hotels to stay in Seville, whether in the city center or elsewhere, I have prepared a table summarizing all the hotels I’ve mentioned in this article. You can sort them by price or by district!

Hotel District Price
Hotel Amadeus & La MusicaSanta Cruz95€
Hotel Casa del PoetaSanta Cruz170€
Hotel Casa 1800Santa Cruz280€
Casa Gloria ApartmentsEl Centro 70€
Welldone AntiquariumEl Centro 100€
Hotel Gravina 51El Centro 170€
Ibis Budget Sevilla AeropuertoLa Macarena50€
Hilton Garden Inn SevillaLa Macarena90€
Atrivm ApartamentoLa Macarena160€
Apartamento La GavidiaSan Vicente / Alameda de Hercules100€
Jesu del gran Poder 127San Vicente / Alameda de Hercules130€
She Loft AlamedaSan Vicente / Alameda de Hercules270€
The Zentral Arenal SuitesEl Arenal100€
Puerta Catedral BoutiqueEl Arenal170€
Petit Palace marques Santa AnaEl Arenal205€
B&B Casa Alfareria 59Triana70€
Salado 8Triana135€
Eurostars Torre SevillaTriana220€
Hotel CervantesLa Alfafa / Las Setas90€
Hotel Ateneo SevillaLa Alfafa / Las Setas170€
Hotel Boutique Corra del ReyLa Alfafa / Las Setas280€
Hotel AACR MuseoDel Museo70€
Antonio Salado 14Del Museo150€
NH Sevilla Plaza de ArmasDel Museo200€
Samay HostelCheap Hotel12€
Oasis Backpackers Palace SevilleCheap Hotel15€
The Nomad HostelCheap Hotel17€
Hotel BacoCheap Hotel32€
Hotel SimonCheap Hotel40€
Apartamentos Rey de Sevilla
Cheap Hotel50€

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Best area to stay in Seville
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