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The 7 Best Hostels in Seville (Updated 2023)

People walking along a quiet, narrow street in sunny Sevilla, Spain with a church tower in the distance

Posted: 1/6/2023 | January 6th, 2023

Home to nearly 700,000 people, Seville (or Sevilla in Spanish) is one of the most popular destinations in Spain.

Located in Andalusia, Seville has a long, intricate past that is worth soaking up. Conquered by Islamic forces in 711, the region was under Muslim rule for centuries, which has given the city a unique architectural and cultural flair.

The historic center is a mishmash of medieval-era buildings and a tangle of narrow streets and open plazas lined with outdoor cafés. Wander around the long public plaza called the Alameda de Hércules and you’ll stroll past two-thousand-year-old Roman ruins right in the heart of the city.

But, while Seville (and Spain as a whole) is affordable, it’s easy to blow your budget on the city’s delicious food and wild nightlife.

Fortunately, Seville boasts a handful of fun, social, and affordable hostels to help you save money and make the most of your visit.

Below you’ll find my list of the best hostels in Seville to help you have fun and save money as you explore this overlooked Spanish city.

But first, here are four things you need to remember before picking a hostel in Seville:

  1. Location – Seville isn’t as big as Madrid or Barcelona, but it does have a tangle of confusing, medieval streets that wouldn’t be nice to get lost while stumbling home late at night. Pick a location that suits your travel plans.
  2. Price – As in any city, you get what you pay for. If you pick a really cheap hostel, you’re probably going to get one that is small and cramped and doesn’t offer great service.
  3. Amenities – Every hostel in town offers free Wi-Fi, and most have self-catering facilities so you can cook your own meals. Many — but not all — include free breakfast, so be sure to do your research to find the one that best meets your needs.
  4. Staff – All the hostels listed here have an amazing staff who are super friendly and knowledgeable. Even if you don’t end up staying at one of the places listed below, be sure to look up reviews so you have staff who are helpful and friendly. They can make or break a hostel!

Below is my list of the best hostels in Seville. If you don’t want to read the longer list, however, the following are the best in each category:

Best Hostel for Budget Travelers: Black Swan Hostel Sevilla
Best Hostel for Partying: Hostel One Centro
Best Hostel for Solo Female Travelers: The Nomad Hostel
Best Hostel for Digital Nomads: Black Swan Hostel…

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