The best hostels in Seville for every type of traveller

How to find the best hostels in Seville for your trip

Of all Spain’s cities, Seville – the Andalusian capital, is by far the swankiest. This is a city that delights in the finer things in life; constant sunshine, riverside living, alfresco dining, live music and dancing until late into the night. On top of that, everywhere you turn you’ll find historic buildings and some of the most jaw-dropping architectural marvels the world has ever known, including Plaza de España and Alcazar de Sevilla. The city is a gorgeous spot to spend a few days and the best hostels in Seville

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ensure you can do so on an affordable budget. Temperatures during summer months can err on the extreme side, so peak season here falls between April and June. Expect to pay between €20-40 per night during busy season (especially during spring festivals like Semana Santa), and around €18-25 the rest of the year.

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  1. Best hostels in Seville for solo travellers
  2. Best party hostels in Seville
  3. Best cheap hostels in Seville
  4. Best city centre hostels in Seville
  5. Best hostels for couples in Seville
  6. Best of the rest hostels in Seville

Overall best hostels in Seville:

  1. La Banda Rooftop Hostel – best hostel in Seville for solo travellers
  2. OneFam Centro – best party hostel in Seville
  3. Black Swan Hostel Sevilla – best cheap hostel in Seville
  4. Oasis Backpackers’ Palace Sevilla – best city centre hostel in Seville
  5. Toc Hostel Sevilla – best hostel in Seville for couples

Best hostels in Seville for solo travellers

Seville is a safe and fun city, ideal for those craving solo adventure. By day, wander the city’s maze of street, music in your ears, sun on your face or sip on sweet sherry in the sunshine, with a plate of secreto Iberico. And, when night falls and you decide you want to party on down with your fellow backpackers, the best hostels in Seville offer plenty of opportunities for you to make friends.

La Banda Rooftop Hostel

best hostels in seville, people on the rooftop at La Banda Rooftop Hostel

The four English guys who run this banging spot named it wisely – La Banda means ‘gang of friends’ and chances are you’ll emerge with exactly that at the end of your stay. Centrally-located, close to Seville’s bullring, La Banda is a relaxed but party-minded hostel with décor said to be inspired by music festivals and London nightspots. Like most of the best hostels in Seville, the action centres on the hostel’s rooftop, where you can enjoy a tipple from their well-stocked bar and tasty nightly dinner parties, all against a backdrop of an illuminated Seville Cathedral.

Hostel highlights:

  • Rooftop with great views
  • Nightly dinner parties
  • Plastic-free
  • Free city tour
  • Bar and restaurant
  • Nightclub
  • Communal kitchen

🏠 Address: Calle Dos de Mayo 16

🏘 Neighbourhood: El Arenal

🚍 Nearest Station: Archivo de Indias light rail station

Book your stay at La Banda Rooftop Hostel now

Lemon Garden Hostel Sevilla

best hostels in seville, kitchen at Lemon Garden Hostel Sevilla

The Lemon Garden serves up a slice of nature in the heart of the city, boasting a gorgeous garden, with hammocks draped under the shade of fruit trees. These guys also have a pool (and a pool bar), which given how scorching Seville summers are, could be just the ticket if you’re visiting during the hottest months. This is another place that hosts nightly dinners, but these guys focus solely on Andalusian cuisine, so prepare to have your horizons broadened. The hostel’s super-friendly staff are all passionate about the city, and prioritise introducing guests to its many delights via free walking tours and pub crawls. Plaza de España, Parque de María Luisa and the bars that line the east bank of the Guadalquivir River are minutes away.

Hostel highlights:

  • Free continental breakfast
  • Andalusian cuisine
  • Pool and bar
  • Shady garden
  • Free city tour

🏠 Address: Calle San Salvador 21

🏘 Neighbourhood: El Porvenir

🚍 Nearest Station: San Bernardo metro station

Book your stay at Lemon Garden Hostel Sevilla now

The Nomad Hostel

best hostels in seville, table and sofas at Nomad hostel

If combining business and pleasure on your trip to the Andalusian capital, The Nomad Hostel is one of the best hostels in Seville for digital nomads. In addition to speedy Wi-Fi, designated working areas, and free tea and coffee, this eco-friendly hostel is only 12 minutes’ walk from Seville Cathedral, ensuring a schedule of working mornings and touristy afternoons is nice and simple. When it’s time to down tools for the day and see what Seville’s nightlife has in store, the hostel is set up for socialising, with a games room, outdoor courtyard and rooftop bar.

Hostel highlights:

  • Great location
  • Free breakfast
  • Cafe and bar
  • Bicycle hire
  • Rooftop yoga

🏠 Address: Calle Italica, 1 (corner with calle O’Donnell)

🏘 Neighbourhood: Casco Antiguo

🚍 Nearest Station: Plaza Magdalena bus stop

Book your stay at The Nomad Hostel now

Best party hostels in Seville

The best hostels in Seville are set up to serve the fiesta! Most hostels have rooftop terraces and run pub crawls, which are a sure-fire way to meet new buddies. Seville is relatively small and easy to nip around, and you get real different flavours depending on what part of the city you want to let your hair down in. If you’re hunting down the city’s hipsters, set your party compass to north and head to Macarena, home to the barrios of La Alameda and Feria – which literally means ‘party’, so that tells you all you need to know. Santa Cruz, El Arenal and Triana are all worth a night out and feature the holy trinity of Sevillian nightlife: alfresco cocktails, cervecerias and flamenco clubs.

OneFam Centro

best hostels in seville, group of people eating together at Hostel One Centro

This party favourite belongs to a chain of hostels found throughout Europe that Hostelworld named Best Hostel Worldwide in 2018 – a handy hint at what fun you have in store! The hostel boasts many areas ripe for mingling – a sunny roof terrace, a fully decked-out communal kitchen, patio and a computer lounge. If you’re looking to hit the town, La Alameda, is a five-minute stroll away. This is also a great option for those flying solo as OneFam Centro brings together guests for free walking tours, and free nightly communal dinners, followed by…you guessed it…pub crawls.

Hostel highlights:

  • Free dinner
  • Free pub crawl
  • Roof terrace
  • Friendly staff
  • Communal kitchen

🏠 Address: Calle Angostillo, 6

🏘 Neighbourhood: La Alameda

🚍 Nearest Station: Laraña bus stop

Book your stay at OneFam Centro now

Oasis Backpackers Hostel

best hostels in seville, courtyard at Oasis Backpackers Hostel

Who doesn’t love a pool party? Especially when it’s on a rooftop with sensational views of a colourful city and comes with cheap beer, barbecued food or paella and great tunes. Oasis Backpacker’s Palace is one of the best hostels in Seville, and is also right beside Las Setas (The Mushrooms) – an incredible wooden structure you can climb for photos of the city skyline. This is another dream location for those planning to hop up to Alameda de Hércules to explore the hipster hangs.

Hostel highlights:

  • Rooftop terrace
  • Free city tour
  • Free breakfast
  • Cheap evening meals
  • Pub crawls
  • Swimming pool
  • Onsite bar

🏠 Address: Calle de la Compañía 1

🏘 Neighbourhood: Casco Antiguo

🚍 Nearest Station: Imagen (Plaza Enarnación) bus stop

Book your stay at Oasis Backpackers Hostel now

OneFam Catedral

best hostels in seville, people on the roof terrace at Hostel One Catedral

You know anywhere voted ‘best atmosphere’ is going to be serving up good vibes every day of the week. These guys deliver with nightly parties on their fairy-light strewn rooftop, where live music often accompanies drinking games. OneFam Catedral is located in the Santa Cruz neighbourhood and on its cobblestone, orange tree-lined streets are many of Seville’s best tapas bars, hole-in-the-wall drinking spots, and flamenco clubs. Their ‘night tours’ involve rallying the troops and hitting some of the best.

Hostel highlights:

  • Free dinners, snacks and tours
  • Rooftop terrace
  • Bicycle hire
  • Comfy, curtained beds

🏠 Address: Jamerdana 4

🏘 Neighbourhood: Santa Cruz

🚍 Nearest Stations: Menéndez Pelayo or Plaza de La Contratacion bus stops

Book your stay at OneFam Catedral now

Best cheap hostels in Seville

Most of the best hostels in Seville cater well to those on a tight backpacker’s budget, enticing guests with free breakfasts, free communal dinners and free walking tours. You’ll find much of the city’s best budget accommodation clustered around the El Arenal neighbourhood, right by the river, and just a short wander from the centre of town.

La Flamenka Hostel

best hostels in seville, La Flamenka Hostel dorm room

La Flamenka is a colourful and friendly place to nap, run by helpful, enthusiastic owners Ana and Jaime. They’re located in a gorgeous, very secure building, with a rooftop perfect for catching rays, or meeting fellow travellers over a drink and a board game. La Flamenka is also close enough to all the major attractions to explore the city on foot rather than having to fork out for public transport or bike hire. Central Seville is around the corner, as is the highly-photogenic Puente de Isabel II, that leads to the Triana neighbourhood. Beds in their shared dorms start from €17 (£14.50).

Hostel highlights:

  • Rooftop terrace
  • Good security
  • Fully-equipped kitchen
  • Assistance with sightseeing and tickets
  • Café and bar

🏠 Address: Avenida Reyes Catolicos 11, 2ª planta

🏘 Neighbourhood: El Arenal

🚍 Nearest Station: San Pablo (Zaragoza) bus stop

Book your stay at La Flamenka Hostel now

Triana Backpackers

best hostels in seville, terraza rooftop at Triana Backpackers hostel

This cute hostel in a traditional Sevillian home is one of the smaller Seville hostels, but it has plenty going for it, including its location close to all the action in Triana, its bargain dorms and its rooftop jacuzzi. If you’ve always fancied tackling the Santiago de Compostela – this hostel is a favourite starting point for those setting out on the 1,000km trek, and if you’re doing the same you get a cheeky discount.

Hostel highlights:

  • Roof terrace
  • TV room
  • Free breakfast
  • Hot tub
  • Café

🏠 Address: Rodrigo de Triana 69

🏘 Neighbourhood: Triana

🚍 Nearest Station: Pagés del Corro (Evangelista) – bus stop

Book your stay at Triana Backpackers now

Black Swan Hostel Sevilla

best hostels in seville, kitchen area at Black Swan Hostel Sevilla

This backpacker favourite really delivers with freebies galore – free breakfast and dinner and a Free Night Out, which includes a tour of the Santa Cruz neighbourhood and a flamenco show. The hostel also apparently has the comfiest beds in town! You can either opt for a mixed or female-only dorm, or splash out on an en-suite double (complete with your own private terrace). Their rooftop and garden patio are serviced by a pleasingly-priced bar.

Hostel highlights:

  • Free breakfast and dinner
  • Flamenco shows
  • En-suite double rooms
  • Garden and roof terrace

🏠 Address: C/Bilbao 8-10, 41001

🏘 Neighbourhood: El Arenal

🚍 Nearest Station: Plaza Nueva (light rail)

Book your stay at Black Swan Hostel Sevilla now

Best city centre hostels in Seville

If you mean business in the sightseeing stakes, basing yourself in the city centre is always a great shout, as it guarantees you’re never far from the action. Lots of the best hostels in Seville are located in and around the old town, but realistically most places listed in this article are within easy walking distance of the top sights.

Oasis Backpackers’ Palace Sevilla

best hostels in seville, rooftop at Oasis Backpackers' Palace Sevilla

Oasis Backpackers’ Palace is the sister hostel of Oasis Backpackers Hostel, so it’s basically the same schtick, just down the road. Whether you’re a solo traveller, couple or part of a crew, Oasis Backpackers Palace is an award-winning choice close to all the action. Like their sibling, they have a rooftop terrace and a pool to cool off in, plus their bar serves up solid cocktails.

Hostel highlights:

  • Free social activities
  • Rooftop terrace and pool
  • On-site bar and café
  • Communal kitchen

🏠 Address: C/ Almirante Ulloa, 1

🏘 Neighbourhood: Centro

🚍 Nearest Station: Campana (Sierpes) – bus stop

Book your stay at Oasis Backpackers Palace Sevilla now

For You Hostel Sevilla

best hostels in seville, dorm room at For You Hostel Sevilla

This modern hostel is housed in a historic building complete with an interior patio, fountain and sun terrace. All of the hostels 20 rooms come with en-suites, and the dorm beds are comfy and come with privacy curtains. The hostel has a fab kitchen perfect for those of you hoping to save some cash via cooking your own dinners. Plus, you’re only a stone’s throw from the city’s major sights!

Hostel highlights:

  • Rooms with private terraces
  • Internal sun terrace
  • Communal kitchen
  • Lockers
  • Café and bar
  • Bicycle hire

🏠 Address: Calle Bailen 15

🏘 Neighbourhood: Centro

🚍 Nearest Station: Miguel de Carvajal (bus stop)

Book your stay at For You Hostel Sevilla now

Best hostels for couples in Seville

With its fairytale surroundings, Seville is a city for lovers, where horse and carriage rides, candlelit dinners, and moonlit strolls around cobbled streets are their day-to-day. Plenty of the best hostels in Seville offer private rooms at hostel prices, plus the chance to meet new people when you want a break from gazing into each other’s eyes.

Sevilla Kitsch Hostel Art

best hostels in seville, private ET themed room at Sevilla Kitsch Hostel Art

Every room in this newly-renovated hostel is individually-decorated and inspired by Sevillian modern art, so it’s a beautiful place to set up shop with your beau. There’s a shady inner atrium perfect for respite from the heat, however they also have the obligatory roof terrace, where they serve up nightly homemade dinners, usually accompanied by a flamenco show or some romantic Spanish guitar. All the rooms are graced with air-con, and most have private bathrooms and balconies offering views of the streets of Santa Cruz.

Hostel highlights:

  • En-suite rooms
  • Balconies
  • Homemade dinners
  • Live music
  • Airport transfers
  • Cafe

🏠 Address: Calle San Gregorio 1

🏘 Neighbourhood: Santa Cruz

🚍 Nearest Stations: Puerta de Jerez (Metro) or Plaza de la Contratacion (bus)

Book your stay at Sevilla Kitsch Hostel Art now

Toc Hostel Sevilla

best hostels in seville, private room at design hostel Toc Hostel Sevilla

If you like your hostels swanky AF, this design hostel is one of the newest Seville hostels on the block. For a homely vibe teamed with opportunities for socialising, their two-person private suites are a great option. Toc also has an in-house cinema, crying out for canoodling. Dorms-wise, there are six and eight bed options, plus female only dorms. If security is top priority for you, every guest here gets a personal safe.

Hostel highlights:

  • Cinema
  • Street level terrace, with café and bar
  • 24-hour reception
  • Free coffee and tea
  • Restaurant
  • Free city tour

🏠 Address: Calle Miguel Mañara 18-22

🏘 Neighbourhood: Santa Cruz

🚍 Nearest Station: Plaza de La Contratacion (bus stop)

Book your stay at Toc Hostel Sevilla now

Best of the rest hostels in Seville

Some we simply couldn’t ignore…

Sevilla Inn Backpackers

best hostels in seville, outdoor terrace with lounge chairs at Sevilla Inn Backpackers

The mixture of modern dorms and sleek private rooms gives this hostel a contemporary city vibe. It’s just minutes from Seville’s Cathedral and La Giralda, but you don’t even have to leave the hostel to admire this beautiful city from the rooftop terrace. There are daily activities like free walking tours and nightlife tours perfect for solo travellers to make lifelong friends.

Hostel highlights:

  • Free city tour
  • Steam room
  • Rooftop terrace
  • Bicycle hire

🏠 Address: Calle Angeles 11

🏘 Neighbourhood: Santa Cruz

🚍 Nearest Station: Archivo de Indias

Book your stay at Sevilla Inn Backpackers now

Koisi Hostel Sevilla

best hostels in seville, dorm room at Koisi Hostel Sevilla

This new hostel combines the traditional and modern design for a stylish stay. Located in the Alfalfa neighbourhood, it’s only a short walk to major attractions like the Cathedral, La Giralda and the Spanish Square. Decked out with a café, bar and a restaurant, you find that the social scene is right here!  Tapas and cocktails till midnight? Sign us up!

Hostel highlights:

  • Free city tour
  • Free towels
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Bar, café and restaurant

🏠 Address: Calle buiza y mensaque 2

🏘 Neighbourhood: Alfalfa

🚍 Nearest Station: Imagen (Plaza Enarnación) bus stop

Book your stay at Koisi Hostel Sevilla now

We hope this guide helps you to discover the perfect hostels for your trip to Seville. Let us know in the comments if you’ve stayed in one of our recommended hostels, or if you’d like to share a hostel that you think other backpackers shouldn’t miss.

Keep reading:

🌟 Where to stay in Spain: a guide to every region

🌟 The best hostels in Spain for every backpacker

🌟 Fiestas, tapas & playas: the full travel guide for backpacking Spain

About the author:

Amy Baker is the author of Miss-Adventures: A Tale of Ignoring Life Advice While Backpacking Around South America, and founder of The Riff Raff, a writers’ community that supports aspiring writers and champions debut authors. You can follow Amy on Twitter here.

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