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Address Cruces 10 (Santa Cruz)
This pension, with its charming, chirping canaries and sunny atmosphere, has been family-run for nearly 200 years.
7.3 Guest Rating
Address Calle Farnesio 12 (Santa Cruz)
The Pension Córdoba is a cross between an Andalusian palace and an American Econo Lodge.
No online booking
Address Compañia, 1 (El Centro)
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
Address Aguilas, 17 (El Centro)
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.
Address Puerta de la Carne, 2 (Santa Cruz)
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
Address Argote de Molina, 26-28 (El Centro)
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
Address Corral del Rey, 23 (El Centro)
The two-star Callejón del Agua, a friendly yet glamorous hotel, is part of a new wave of budget accommodations.
8.2 Guest Rating
Address Ximenez de Enciso, 28 (Santa Cruz)
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
Address Ximenez de Enciso, 11 (Santa Cruz)
If you're looking for an eccentric experience with cheap rates and a great location, then the Pension Vergara is it.
Address Gloria, 7 (Santa Cruz)
The location of the Hostería de Dona Lina is the most important feature, along with the high-end grub downstairs.
7.5 Guest Rating
Address San Roque, 11 (El Arenal)
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).
Address Paseo De Catalina De Ribera, 1. (Santa Cruz)
The Hotel Doña Manuela is a three-star hotel situated in Santa Cruz.
8.5 Guest Rating
Address Mariana de Pineda, 10 (Santa Cruz)
The Hotel Zurbaran is part of a family-owned chain of five two-star hotels, all named after famous Spanish artists.
7.1 Guest Rating
Address Jimios, 5 (El Arenal)
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.
Address Alvarez Quintero, 38 (Santa Cruz)
The Hotel San Francisco is one of the most tastefully furnished hotel in town—as long as you have a penchant for attractive antiques.
Address San Pedro Mártir, 1 (El Arenal)
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
Address Adriano, 12 (El Arenal)
The Hotel Adriano is located on a main drag near the Plaza de Toros and Real Maestranza and about a seven-minute walk from the Cathedral.
Address Corral del Rey, 22 (El Centro)
Anyone wanting an authentic Andalusian experience should book a room at the Hostal Sierpes.
6.8 Guest Rating
Address Gerona, 24 (El Centro)
The two-star Don Pedro is housed in a Sevillano palace that belonged to the Civil Guard during Franco's reign.
Address Calle Gamazo 12 (El Centro)
The one-star Hotel Maestranza is tasteful, with reasonable rates and a safe surrounding neighborhood.
Address Gravina, 49 (El Arenal)
A friendly staff, charming young bellhops and mismatched furniture keep the Montecarlo’s décor from the usual homogeneous humdrum.
Address García de Vinuesa, 19 (El Arenal)
Rooms at the Hotel Simon are decidedly frill-free, but a central location and gorgeous architecture make this hotel a solid cheapo pick.
Address Clara de Jesus Montero, 24 (Triana)
The large Hotel Monte Triana breaks from the Sevillian hotel norm, both in sheer size—it has a whopping 116 rooms—and in its location, west of the Guadalquiver River.
Address Mateos Gago, 15 (El Centro)
Yes, the lively Sevilla Inn Backpackers has a youth hostel vibe. It also has a great location (just up the street from the cathedral) and bargain double rooms with fab views.
8.3 Guest Rating
Address Jerónimo Hernández, 20 (La Alameda)
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
Address Fernán Caballero, 7 (El Arenal)
The two-star Hotel un Patio al Sur provides an ideal minimalist respite from Seville’s swirling colors and zigzagging streets.
8.1 Guest Rating
Address Doncellas, 15 (Santa Cruz)
Traditional Seville the two-star Hotel un Patio en Santa Cruz is not—it's got a crisp, minimalist vibe and lots of amenities.
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