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Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Seville

Welcome to EuroCheapo’s guide to cheap hotels in Seville and throughout Europe.

Happily for budget travelers, Seville offers no shortage of small family-run budget hotels and pensions, many of which are located in the center of town. These hotels tend to be quite affordable—as long as you’re not visiting in the middle of feria! (Even then, we can make it work...)

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If you’re not in a hurry, click through to see a list of our recommended budget hotels. Note that all of our “Editor’s Picks” are clean, central and cheap!

Our guide to Seville on a budget

But wait, there’s more! Read the articles in our city guide and in our Seville blog to discover additional budget tips, including cheap eats, saving on sightseeing and free things to do.

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From our Seville blog

You’ve got a bit more than a week to spend in Spain? Lucky you! As a resident of Barcelona, I’m of course tempted to say that you could easily spend the whole time in my city, but most visitors try to see mor ... read

Regina Bryan’s interesting article here on EuroCheapo last month sparked a discussion on rail fares in Spain. So we thought a few thoughts on Spanish rail travel might be in order. The hop-on-at-will culture that preva ... read

We could so easily have opted for the plane, taking a direct flight from Berlin to Málaga and then traveling onward to Cádiz by bus. And it would have taken 12 hours door-to-door. That would have been too simple. Why p ... read

AVE is Spain’s fastest, slickest and most modern train. Those who want to travel in style and comfort take Ave and pay, for the most part, a pretty penny to do so. With so many cheapo flights around Europe these days ( ... read

Spain’s high-speed rail network was inaugurated in 1992 with the opening of the Madrid–Seville link. Latterly the network served by super-fast trains (known as Alta Velocidad Española or AVE services) has been exten ... read

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Our top 20 reviewed hotels in Seville

Editor's Picks Name Price User rating

Editor's Pick
Pension El Patio de las Cruces, Seville

This pension, with its charming, chirping canaries and sunny atmosphere, has been family-run for nearly 200 years.

7.3 Guest Rating

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$46

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Editor's Pick
Oasis Backpacker's Hostel, Seville

We left the Oasis Backpackers' Hostel regretting we couldn't spend more time there, as it's by far the most fun accommodation you'll find for your money.

8.4 Guest Rating

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$71

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Puerta de Sevilla, Seville

The one-star Hotel Puerta de Sevilla sits among the cluster of restaurants and cafés near the Jardines de Murillo, a six-minute walk from the cathedral.

8.6 Guest Rating

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$88

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Convento La Gloria, Seville

The three-star Hotel Convento La Gloria, located among the touristy streets surrounding the cathedral, is decorated like a convent with religious paraphernalia.

8.0 Guest Rating

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$92

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Editor's Pick
Callejón del Agua, Seville

The two-star Callejón del Agua, a friendly yet glamorous hotel, is part of a new wave of budget accommodations.

8.2 Guest Rating

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$66

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Editor's Pick
Hostería del Laurel, Seville

Hosteria del Laurel is one of the most famous hotels in Seville and worth the higher price for the Andalusian romance and unique experience.

8.7 Guest Rating

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$105

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Editor's Pick
Londres, Seville

The three-story Hotel Londres is peaceful and airy, especially compared to the tourist-trodden hotels in the saturated Santa Cruz neighborhood.

7.6 Guest Rating

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$79

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Simon, Seville

Rooms at the Hotel Simon are decidedly frill-free, but a central location and gorgeous architecture make this hotel a solid cheapo pick.

8.2 Guest Rating

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$66

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Editor's Pick
Pension Córdoba, Seville

The Pension Córdoba is a cross between an Andalusian palace and an American Econo Lodge.

From

$59

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Editor's Pick
Abanico, Seville

The Hotel Abanico is a sunny three-star spot with a unique location just east of the fun Plaza de Alfalfa and a few doors down from a fresh produce market.

8.4 Guest Rating

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$64

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Editor's Pick
Alcántara, Seville

Nestled inside the high walls of the old Jewish quarter, the Alcánatara is an appealing two-star hotel in the heart of the quiet Santa Cruz neighborhood.

8.7 Guest Rating

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$85

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Editor's Pick
Pension Vergara, Seville

If you're looking for an eccentric experience with cheap rates and a great location, then the Pension Vergara is it.

8.0 Guest Rating

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$47

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Editor's Pick
Bed & Breakfast Naranjo, Seville

B&B Naranjo is the best option in the city for triple, quadruple, and even quintuple hotel rooms with en suite bathrooms and real beds (versus bunks).

7.5 Guest Rating

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$55

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Amadeus, Seville

Artists and musicians often book at the Hotel Amadeus, most likely for its soundproof practice rooms, free-for-all instruments and classical music library.

8.8 Guest Rating

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$125

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Editor's Pick
Doña Manuela Casa Modesto, Seville

The Hotel Doña Manuela is a three-star hotel situated in Santa Cruz.

8.5 Guest Rating

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$92

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Europa, Seville

The Hotel Europa, with only one star, is an economic choice and should be high on your list—if only for the great location between the cathedral and the Plaza Nueva.

7.3 Guest Rating

From

$66

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Editor's Pick
Don Pedro, Seville

The two-star Don Pedro is housed in a Sevillano palace that belonged to the Civil Guard during Franco's reign.

8.2 Guest Rating

From

$98

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Editor's Pick
Hotel Maestranza, Seville

The one-star Hotel Maestranza is tasteful, with reasonable rates and a safe surrounding neighborhood.

From

$88

No online booking

Editor's Pick
El Rey Moro Hotel Restaurante, Seville

Situated near Hospital des los Venerables in central Seville, the friendly El Rey Moro Hotel Boutique is a cheery three-star that offers comfort, convenience and fun extras.

8.7 Guest Rating

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$117

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Editor's Pick
Abril, Seville

Tucked away on a small street a few blocks from Metropol Parasol, the two-star Hotel Abril makes a cheery, convenient home base.

7.8 Guest Rating

From

$56

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