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There was no hot water in my 3 nights there. The air conditioning didn't work the whole time
There are some reforms bwing dobe nearby which make for an extremely noisy place! Had to change room to another building because of this. The beds squeak so much. I don't recommend staying here if you really need a good night's sleep. And the walking tours are kinda lame. But the flamenco show was very much worth the 18 euros.
Clean, friendly place to stay, in a great location. Staff, especially Alicja, is very helpful. Great breakfast. Nice rooftop terrace. Make sure to check out the walking tours, Filipo and Juan were both great.
Low-key hostel. Good for people who are looking for peace, but not a crazy party environment. The best things about this hostel was the location (in the Jewish Quarter of Sevilla. Very beautiful), and the tours. The tours from this (and surrounding hostels) is exquisite. Our guide was Medi, and he did a wonderful job.
Perfect location for the hostel! The breakfast was included and the muffin cakes they had were yum! The rooftop terrace is the highlight of this place.
The hostel was GREAT! It was very affordable, the shared room was good with a private bathroom inside it. The staff were very friendly, activities were organized and breakfast was also provided
- Novice Nomad
- Male, 18-24
- (1 review)
My favorite hostel I have stayed in. Staff is the best of any hostel I have been in. Great for solo travelers. Rooms are decent, nothing spectacular. Location is top notch. TAKE THE WALKING TOURS! Especially with Medi: his "tales from the jewish quarter" tour is the best tour I have been on
We attended the free walking tour of Seville which was given by Medi. Although I really enjoyed the tour (and Medi was very enthusiastic and entertaining) I felt it was a little long and started too late in the day. We only had one day in Seville and by the time the tour was over it was around 2.30pm.
- Novice Nomad
- Female, 18-24
- (1 review)
I was looking for a place to connect with other 20 something backpackers, see Seville quickly and easily, participate in activities (the flamenco was amazing), with a basic and safe setup for a good price...that's what I got! Met great people, perfect location, I would definitely return!
Great location right next to the cathedral, great free (tips-based) walking tour every morning, entry at a reduced price to the awesome flamenco museum & show! Security not the best, but lockers are available in the rooms. Loud at night because of the area, so bring earplugs! Not many bathrooms. Overall, a nice stay!
When I reserved the ensuite double room, I was assured that it would be air conditioned. It wasn't. In fact, it was extraordinarily small, second floor, and with a small fan. It was a very hot couple of days in Seville. To the management's credit, they tried, albeit unsuccessfully to find an air conditioned room for us. We ended up moving to a nearby hotel, and again to management's credit, they refunded our entire fee without question.
Sevilla Inn was a nice place to stay for a weekend. The wifi only worked in the main building. The cold breakfast provided was okay, although they start cleaning up at 10 when the breakfast ends at 10:30. The hostel was quiet but close to the old town so you can easily go places.
This hostel was one of the most beautiful hostels I stayed in. Very friendly staff and it is a beautiful building. Lots of bathrooms, great kitchen and an amazing rooftop patio with plenty of places to sit and relax while enjoying the view of the Seville Cathedral. All you can drink sangria for 3 euro every night and dinner for 5 euro. I would definitely go back here as the location and people were great!
Lovely location in the rambling streets of Seville. Less than 5 minutes walk to the cathedral and the Alcazar. The hostel itself had an amazing roof terrace, where you could enjoy a huge free breakfast. The free tour recommended by the hostel was very good - the guide was called Medi and was brilliant! We also went to the Flamenco museum, only a couple of streets away, and saw some amazing flamenco. A very good hostel!
One of the best hostels I've stayed in! Has a great rooftop terrace, lots of activities to sign up for, and really friendly/helpful staff!
I was only there for one night so don't really have much to say, but it was a very comfortable night. My only issue was that there were very few plug sockets in the rooms - especially for the number of people staying there in peak season. But other than that it was great!