Expert reviews of cheap hotels in Seville
The best budget hotels in Seville... inspected and approved.
This pension, with its charming, chirping canaries and sunny atmosphere, has been family-run for nearly 200 years.
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.
The Alcázar gave us everything we wanted in an accommodation: a beautiful morning in bed with terrace doors swung open and a lovely cross breeze.
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.
The three-star Hotel Convento La Gloria, located among the touristy streets surrounding the cathedral, is decorated like a convent with religious paraphernalia.
The two-star Callejón del Agua, a friendly yet glamorous hotel, is part of a new wave of budget accommodations.
We think that the two-star pension Espacio Azahar is one of the best places to stay in Seville.
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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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