Stunning Seville is the capital of Andalusia, southern Spain, and features a mighty mix of Muslim and Christian architecture . It’s also famous for the Moorish Alcazar palace, its infamous bullring and as the birthplace of flamenco.
Surely it’s all boutique hotels and not a lot of other options for backpackers or those on a budget though, right? Where is there even any room in all the history and heritage for people to stay?
Well, don’t you worry. We’ve searched and categorised the best hostels in Seville so you can find the one that suits you the most!
With the help of this bargain guide, you’ll be able to easily book a hostel that fits your travel-style and travel-budget.
So let’s have a look at what cool hostels Seville has to offer, shall we?
The Best Hostels in Seville: Round-up
Best Overall Hostel in Seville – La Branda Rooftop Hostel
Best Party Hostel in Seville – Oasis Backpacker’s Palace Sevilla
Best Hostel for Solo Travellers in Seville – Sevilla Hostel One Central
Best Hostel in Barrio Santa Cruz – Sevilla Inn Backpackers
Best Hostel in Triana – Triana Backpackers
Best Hostel in near Seville Airport – Hostel Baco Suites
Best Hostel near Seville Santa-Justa Station – Hostal Catedral
Best High-end Hostel in Seville – For You Hostel Sevilla
Best Budget Hostel in Seville – Black Swan Hostel Sevilla
Best Hostel with a Private Room in Seville – Toc Hostel
Quick Summary: The Best Hostels In Seville
La Branda Rooftop Hostel
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Oasis Backpacker’s Palace Sevilla
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Sevilla Hostel One Central
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Sevilla Inn Backpackers
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Hostel Baco Suites
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For You Hostel Sevilla
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21 Best Hostels in Seville
• Best Overall Hostel in Seville •
Why we like La Branda Rooftop Hostel…
Homely, stylish, bright, welcoming – these are all things that we like about the best overall hostel in Seville. What we like the most however is the friendly social atmosphere of this place. The rooftop is charming, especially when everyone’s sitting around like a family eating dinner. We can’t not like that!
La Branda Rooftop Hostel is perfect for…
When it comes to staying at the best all-rounder, this place is the winner. If you want a clean environment with accommodating staff, a decent sense of style, a social atmosphere where it’s good to meet other travellers, but enough of a laid-back atmosphere that you can still sleep at night (and sleep in late!), then La Banda is the place for you.
• Best Party Hostel in Seville •
Why we like Oasis Backpacker’s Palace Sevilla…
Oasis Backpackers’ Palace is huge! It’s also one of the coolest hostels in Seville, with decor that mixes period opulence with modern day chic simplicity – and we love it. The rooftop bar is a great place to meet people and drink, of course, and the pool is just the cherry on top!
Oasis Backpacker’s Palace Sevilla is perfect for…
Fun-loving travellers! Yes, those who like to let their hair down and have fun will love Oasis Backpackers’ Palace: the best party hostel in Seville. The bar has a great atmosphere not only for making friends but for drinking with friends you’ve already made! And the pool is always a good place to get chatting. And that’s besides the many other common areas of this top hostel in Seville!
• Best Hostel for Solo Travellers in Seville •
Why we like Sevilla Hostel One Central…
We love the atmosphere of this place! It’s so social, an amazing vibe that’s definitely helped by the great staff who work at this place, helping to bring everyone together at communal meals. Alongside that this place also looks great, and for us it’s always better to create a positive vibe in a hostel that looks the part, too.
Sevilla Hostel One Central is perfect for…
Looking to make friends? Then you should check out Sevilla Hostel One Centro, our choice for the best hostel for solo travellers in Seville. It has a fantastic atmosphere, helped a lot by the famous family dinners which are great opportunities to get to know other guests in the hostel. And when you’re finished, you can hit the town for a party (if you want)!
• Best Hostel in Barrio Santa Cruz •
Why we like Sevilla Inn Backpackers…
The whitewashed minimalism is something that we really like about this place – it really makes it feel like a cool place to stay! Other than that, the location in the heart of town makes it the best hostel in Barrio Santa Cruz, Seville’s most lively and charming area, packed with tapas bars.
Sevilla Inn Backpackers is perfect for…
If you’re looking for a place that makes it easy to really get your teeth into local life, then staying at Sevilla Inn Hostel would be a good choice. Set in a 19th-century building, it’s also a historic building itself, which makes for a good starting point for exploring the rest of Seville’s rich history.
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#5 – Triana Backpackers
• Best Hostel in Triana •
Why we like Triana Backpackers…
Beautifully designed with an array of houseplants on a backdrop of the famous azulejo tiles, here’s our top pick for the best hostel in Triana. This area of Seville, formerly a working-class district, is famous for its independent spirit, which today exists in a non-touristed local atmosphere that we absolutely love.
Triana Backpackers is perfect for…
Looking for an authentic experience? Not interested in tourist sights? Then we definitely think this highly recommended hostel in Seville is for you. The location in Triana is definitely for backpackers who aren’t interested in following the crowd. Those on a budget will also be pleased to know that there’s a complimentary breakfast here, too!
#6 – Hostel Baco Suites
• Best Hostel near Seville Airport •
Why we like Hostel Baco Suites…
We love that this top hostel in Seville is set in a beautiful old heritage building – that’s definitely something we can get on board with. On top of that being able to get to the airport in 15 minutes (driving, of course) is a major plus. We’d say that makes this the best hostel near Seville Airport.
Hostel Baco Suites is perfect for…
Whilst fans of convenience will definitely like getting an easy taxi to the airport, there are more good things about this hostel. The cute decor is really nice, for instance, and the staff are really accommodating. The nightlife in the area will also really suit those looking for fun times in Seville! One of the best places to visit in Spain.
#7 – Hostal Catedral
• Best Hostel near Seville Santa-Justa Station •
Why we like Hostal Catedral…
We absolutely adore the 19th-century Sevillian building that is the setting for this cool hostel in Seville. Though not exactly very social, the warm and homely feel of this place is something we can also get on board with. We like the location, which is not only close to the impressive cathedral but the main train station in town, too.
Hostal Catedral is perfect for…
Being the best hostel near Seville Santa-Justa station, this is a great choice for those arriving in (or departing) Seville by train, making it a good place to stay for a bit of stress-free travel. If you’re not interested in a Seville backpackers hostel, or a social atmosphere, this place will suit you.
• Best High-end Hostel in Seville •
Why we like For You Hostel Sevilla…
It’s another cool hostel set in a historic building, but this one is easily the coolest hostel in Seville. It’s genuinely so stylish – and that’s why it’s our top pick for the best high-end hostel in Seville. We especially like the immaculate boutique style private rooms that are on offer here.
For You Hostel Sevilla is perfect for…
Couples. Yes, we think that the private rooms at this top hostel in Seville would really suit couples looking for a fancy place to spend a few nights. Equally, flashpackers will love the design of this cool hostel in Seville. Design-lovers of all sorts will enjoy spending time in these uber cool surroundings.
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• Best Budget Hostel in Seville •
Why we like Black Swan Hostel Sevilla…
We love how value for money this youth hostel in Seville is. Not only is the price good by itself, but this also means free tasty dinners as well as a complimentary breakfast – and we can’t argue with that! We also like the modern decor of this place, which gives it a cool vibe.
Black Swan Hostel Sevilla perfect for…
Those on a budget will definitely enjoy staying at Black Swan: it’s the best budget hostel in Seville! The perks, like free meals, are definitely helpful to backpackers on a budget, but being close to the centre of town also saves money on taxis after a few beers with new friends at a local tapas bar!
#10 – Toc Hostel
• Best Hostel with a Private Room in Seville •
Why we like Toc Hostel…
The very high quality, hotel-standard rooms on offer at Toc Hostel is something that we really love about this place. It’s not the only reason that this place is our top choice for the best hostel with a private room in Seville – the staff are also super helpful and it features fingerprint security. Amazing!
Toc Hostel is perfect for…
Couples. Most definitely, this would be a really cool place for couples to stay in Seville. It’s one of the best hostels for couples in Seville, in fact, not just because of the perfect rooms, but also the sense of security, and the VERY central location to top sights as well as restaurants for romantic evening meals, too.
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#11 – Samay Hostel Sevilla
Why we like Samay Hostel Sevilla…
Being set in the charming area of Barrio Santa Cruz is of course something we love about this place – being able to explore the maze-like streets from this Seville backpackers hostel is a real bonus. We also enjoy how clean this place (top marks) and the staff are really friendly, too.
Samay Hostel Sevilla is perfect for…
If you’re looking for somewhere you can use a good base for exploring what beautiful Seville has to offer, then this recommended hostel in Seville is a nice option. Plus, those looking to keep costs down by cooking their own meals will like the addition of a good kitchen to use here.
Why we like Sevilla Kitsch Hostel Art...
Bright, colourful, cool and traditional all at the same time, we really love how this place looks. Being located in Barrio Santa Cruz (also the old Jewish Quarter) where you’re spoilt for choice with tapas bars is a great thing, too. We also like the rooftop terrace with cathedral views – and the free tea and coffee all day is a nice touch!
Sevilla Kitsch Hostel Art is perfect for…
Flashpackers who want their surroundings to be as vibrant and in keeping with the surrounding area as possible will love this place. This district was the birthplace of flamenco, and there’s ample opportunity to see some of that here. The cool interiors will definitely suit couples looking for somewhere with a boutique flair as well.
Why we like Residencia Fernando Villaln…
We like how this hostel practically offers apartment-style living – it means you can make your own meals and feel a part of the city, which is something we like. This budget hostel in Seville doesn’t have much in the way of ‘traditional’ hostel atmosphere, but we like the comfy, homely feel of it.
Residencia Fernando Villaln is perfect for…
Not exactly looking for a Seville backpackers hostel? Prefer to stay away from young backpackers? That’s fine! This place is good for you. One of the most unhostel-y hostels on our list, this place would suit couples looking for an affordable way to explore the city of Seville.
#14 – Hostal Sierpes
Why we like Hostal Sierpes…
We love the decor of this top hostel in Seville. It’s very classic and traditional and feels like a really charming place to stay. What’s more is the ace location, just a few minutes from the landmark cathedral and set in the typically charming narrow lanes of Barrio Santa Cruz.
Hostal Sierpes is perfect for…
Whilst we wouldn’t recommend this place to a solo traveller since it doesn’t really have a social atmosphere, this is definitely a highly recommended hostel in Seville for couples. Not only are the surroundings something you’d expect in a much more high-end property, but the privacy on offer and comfy hotel feel makes it like a romantic getaway!
Why we like Lemon Garden Hostel Sevilla…
Complete with a great pool and paella parties, we love how social and fun this Seville backpackers hostel is. The staff are amazing too, which is something we appreciate – they speak many languages making it easy to interact with guests from around the world. We also like the free daily sangria!
Lemon Garden Hostel Sevilla is perfect for…
Solo travellers. A close second for the best hostel for solo travellers in Sangria, this place is a great place to stay for those looking to make friends during their trip to Seville. From the welcoming nature of the staff to the activities, pool, communal dinners, it’s just a great place to meet and mingle with new people.
#16 – La Flamenka Hostel
Why we like La Flamenka Hostel…
One of the things we like the most about this budget hostel in Seville is its rooftop – cutely decorated and with great views over the city, it’s a nice place to chill (and meet people!) after a day of walking around Seville. We also really like the private rooms, which feature homely decor and comfy beds.
La Flamenka Hostel is perfect for…
If you’re a solo traveller looking for a cosy, laid-back place to stay, then we think you should consider this recommended hostel in Seville. It’s clean and tidy, in a nice location near the river, features a lovely rooftop terrace, the staff are friendly and helpful, plus there’s positive vibes here.
#17 – The Nomad Hostel
Why we like The Nomad Hostel…
Set in a recently renovated traditional Sevillian house, we love the mix of period features with minimalist chic for a style of decor that we can really get on board with. The location in a lively area of town makes it a good place to stay for exploring the fun side of Seville.
The Nomad Hostel is perfect for…
This Seville backpackers hostel is great for solo travellers who don’t necessarily want a noisy or social hostel. Some solo travellers just want some space, of course, which is what you’ll get at this generally calm and quiet place. This cool hostel in Seville will also suit those who like to recline in stylish surroundings.
#18 – Hostel A2C Sevilla
Why we like Hostel A2C Sevilla…
We like how helpful and friendly the staff are at this recommended hostel in Seville. It may not be directly in the centre, but it’s a comfortable walk to get to central Seville and its tourist sights. We also adore the traditional Sevilian house mixed with tasteful modern design, including azulejo tiles and houseplants.
Hostel A2C Sevilla is perfect for…
If you’re looking for value for money, here’s a great place for it. The decor of this recommended hostel in Seville feels as though it should be in a more expensive hostel! The location is also good for those who don’t really mind about having tourist sights right on the doorstep.
#19 – The Spot Central Hostel
Why we like The Spot Central Hostel…
This Seville backpackers hostel is in a very central location, and that’s something we really like about this place. Not only does it mean that the main monuments of town are in easy walking distance, but it also means that the buzzing nightlife of Seville is ready to explore!
The Spot Central Hostel is perfect for…
Sightseers or party people! Whilst not a party hostel in itself, the surrounding area comes alive at night time, with plenty of options of not just bars and restaurants but also clubs. And those looking to snap pics of Seville’s most famous sights will find this place to be a very good base for exploring the city.
#20 – Sevilla Dream Hostel
Why we like Sevilla Dream Hostel…
We really like how affordable this budget hostel in Seville is. It’s not just the price itself but what you get for it – you can use the computers for free here, there’s a pingpong table, a free flamenco show, a nice terrace, and there’s a bus stop right outside. Not bad at all!
Sevilla Dream Hostel is perfect for…
Budgeteers. Of course, those looking to save money on their trip to this charming city will do well staying at this budget hostel in Seville. It may be a little out of centre, but those on a budget will know that there are compromises – it’s only about a 10-minute walk anyway!
#21 – Arc House Sevilla
Why we like Ark House Sevilla…
Combining beautiful azulejo tiles with bright and colourful stylish furniture, we like how this place has been designed and decorated. This cool hostel in Seville also has a great location, which we love, set in the old town and surrounded by plenty of options in terms of tapas bars and tasty local restaurants.
Ark House Sevilla is perfect for…
Those looking to experience a bit of authentic Sevillian life away from the main tourist sights will love the location of this hostel. It makes for a very good base when exploring the sights and sounds of Seville’s old town. We think that design-lovers will enjoy the decor here, too!
Conclusion to the best hostels in Seville, Spain
That’s that: the best hostels in Seville, rounded-up into a handy list form.
So many of the cool hostels in Seville are set in beautiful heritage buildings, making even staying in these hostels an experience in itself.
And that’s without even stepping foot into the charming streets of historic Seville! But most of the hostels on our list make for great bases to explore the narrow lanes of this Spanish city.
Can’t decide? You can always go for La Banda Rooftop Hostel, our top pick for the best overall hostel in Seville. And that’s for a good reason: it’s so great that it’ll suit anybody!
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