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Hostal Nuevo Pino Reviews

Calle Tarifa 6, 41002 Seville, Seville, Spain

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161 Total Reviews
  • 83%Value For Money
  • 84%Security
  • 95%Location
  • 87%Staff
  • 74%Atmosphere
  • 82%Cleanliness
  • 77%Facilities

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Don't stay here if you want anything more than a bed to sleep in...absolutely no atmosphere not even music...place was silent! I stayed in a private room and it was very crammed and had no windows :( but it was cheap so I suppose you get what you pay for :/


The staff were so friendly and helpful.I felt completely at home.


Excellent location,lcean, confortable, friendly staff, Air con, free wifi, simple breakfast but plenty of it. free coffee/tea. good hostel :)

  • 2nd Aug 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • Germany
  • Couple, 25-30
  • (1 review)


Very helpful staffs, great location which in the city center, clean rooms. However, do not recommmend to let people sleep in no air-con rooms during summertimes, beacause everybody is giving out the heat from their air-con and we can barely breath with all the hot air coming in from the window. And thanks a lot for letting us change the room with air-con in the next day.


More of a hotel than hostel. Friendly staff and near to centre.


More like a hotel than a hostel, great choice if you are traveling in a group and can rent the whole room for yourselves. The room had an air-conditioning which is a life-saver during the summer. Great location, you can walk to every destination, so we didn't have to use any of public transports.


Clean hostel at a good location,but bad value for money.


Good if you need a place to sleep and rest. Building is a bit old but clean. The staff is polite and welcoming. There is no kitchen publicly available but a fridge if you need to store thing inside (medicine for instance). There is no luggage room but you can leave your belongings in the kitchen, which is open to anyone inside the hostel. The historic center is quite close. The AC in the room is very welcome !


Perfect for our needs. Very clean rooms with good shower and air conditioning and a comfy bed. Excellent location. Very good budget accommodation.

  • 17th Jun 2015
  • Novice Nomad
  • Anonymous
  • USA
  • Couple, 31-40
  • (1 review)


The hostel was very nice and comfortable. We had a double private room which turned out to be two twins pushed together which was fine and a bathroom ensuite. For the price this was a lot and was very comfortable. The staff was super nice and helpful. When out air conditioner stopped working it was up. The only real issue I had was that we had to drop of our key when we left and they never asked for identification upon return. This means anyone could claim to be us and go into our room.


The staff here are great, they speak a variety of languages and there is 24 hour reception. They are willing to help with anything, including carrying heavy luggage. The location is in the heart of shopping district, around the corner from Plaza Duque, and pretty central to historical Seville. Our room was on the terrace which is humid and hot, and there is no AC. Other then that, no complaints.


The place is good, very nice location close To very good and cheap restaurants! Whitney, the receptionist was really nice and helpful, told us about a free flamenco show that was awesome!


Central location with friendly and helpful stuff! However, our room looked nothing alike the promotion pictures we saw online: It was a tiny room with no windows, so it was getting sticky in no-time! The biggest disappointment however was the free coffee: While there are apparently coffee-beans involved in the creation process, the resulting thin-filtered beverage could hardly be called "coffee", even by the most modest, americano-loving coffee-consumer


Good location, close to a lot of restaurants, shops, and main attractions. Friendly staff, always clean and free tea and coffee all day was a nice bonus. Security could be better, you don't get to keep your room key you always have to turn it in before you leave and essentially anyone could get hold of your key pretty easily but thats a worst case scenerio, we had no problems.

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