The Ultimate List of Best Hotels and Hostels in Seville

Accommodation is a hugely important part of any trip, and working out which hotel is best for you can be difficult – allow us to help!

When planning a trip to Seville, there are so many things to think about; what sights to see, what restaurants to go to and, of course, where to stay. And for many people, the accommodation they choose has a huge impact on their overall travel experience.

Thankfully, when working out where to stay in Seville, there is a huge variety of accommodation to choose from. From grand luxury hotels for that special occasion to stylish and charming boutique options, budget-friendly accommodation to trendy boutique hostels, the city brilliantly caters to every traveler’s needs.

Read on and see our ultimate accommodation guide, featuring the best hotels and hostels in Seville, and take the stress out of organising your vacation.

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Best Luxury Hotel – Hotel Alfonso XIII

Ask any local which is the most luxurious and extravagant hotel in Seville and they’ll almost certainly say the stunning Hotel Alfonso XIII. Built in the lead up to the 1929 International Cultural Expo in the city, this hotel is one of our absolute favorite luxury hotels in Seville.

With an ornate interior complete with a stunning indoor patio, beautiful rooms and an amazing dining area, the building itself is a sight to behold. And its central location means many rooms have amazing views of Seville’s most iconic monuments.

Also, if you’re here for New Year’s Eve and want to ring in the New Year in style, check out their glamorous end of year celebration, complete with champagne reception, formal dinner and a party that stops when you do!

Address: Calle San Fernando, 2

Alfonso XIII's sleak, modern design takes elements from some of Seville's most iconic buildings, like this Alcázar inspired bedroom
With rooms like this one, the Alfonso XIII Hotel certainly has wow factor! Photo Credit: Alfonso XIII

Best Boutique Hotel – Corral del Rey

Located in a renovated 17th Century house in the central Alfalfa neighborhood, Corral del Rey is not only one of our favorite boutique hotels in the city, but, if you ask us, it’s one of the best hotels in Seville in general!

From the minute you step into this beautiful hotel, the stylish decoration and attentive, personalized service makes for an amazing experience. The quiet surroundings are just a stone’s throw from the lively city center, and the hotel will even organise daily activities throughout Seville, with guides collecting you at the door and taking you on cultural tours and even cooking classes in the city.

Address: Corral del Rey, 12

Corral del Rey boutique hotel, one of the best hotels in Seville
An example of the stunning rooms you’ll find at the Corral del Rey Hotel! Photo Credit: Corral del Rey

Best Budget Hotel – Hotel Alcántara

Apart from being a great budget hotel in Seville, Hotel Alcántara is also family owned, which is right in line with the Devour Seville ethos of supporting locally run businesses. This 18th Century Andalusian mansion is perfectly located in the historic Santa Cruz neighborhood, home to some great bars and restaurants, and is perfect if you’re travelling on a budget.

Whats more, the hotel is also home to one of our favorite authentic flamenco shows in Seville, La Casa del Flamenco. Visit here to see the nightly performances that showcase the wealth of flamenco talent we have in the south of Spain!

Address: Calle Ximénez de Enciso, 28

One of the best budget hotels in Seville, the Alcántara has rooms with double beds, couches and a welcoming, homely feel
An example of the homely surroundings of a room at the Alcántara Hotel. Photo Credit: Alcántara Hotel

Best Hotel With a Swimming Pool – Fontecruz

When the heat of summer arrives, locals and visitors alike search Seville for the best ways to cool off, so why not make it easy by booking a room in a hotel with a swimming pool. Located a few steps away from the Cathedral and the Giralda bell tower, the Fontecruz Hotel has it all; great location, beautiful rooftop terrace and, most importantly, a relaxing pool.

Lounge by the water, drink in hand, as you take in the stunning views of Seville’s monuments. And in spite of its central location, this hotel offers a great escape for couples looking to enjoy a romantic getaway.

Address: Calle Segovias, 6

Fontecruz Hotels is one of our favorite hotels in Seville, mostly because of the pool and those amazing Giralda views
With a view like that, there’s no better way to chill off than by the pool at the Fontecruz. Photo Credit: Fontecruz

Best Boutiqe Hostel – Boutike Hostel

Hostels have for many years been associated with young, budget travellers looking for a no-frills, basic accommodation experience. But with the emergence of more and more stylish, boutique hostels, that image is changing.

In Seville, there’s no better example of the boutique hostel craze than Boutike Hostel! With beautifully decorated rooms ranging from 8 bed dorms to stunning private suites with balconies, this hostel is certainly one of our favorite hostels in Seville.

Don’t miss the complimentary breakfast in the morning and, for the active travelers amongst us, make sure to take advantage of the gym access that comes with your room.

Address: Calle Sales y Ferré, 18

Looking for good value, comfortable accommodation with a relaxed, social vibe? Staying boutique hostels might be just what you are looking for on your vacation! Here are our top picks for the best boutique hostels in Seville, including this beautiful place, Boutike Hostel.
The cosy vibe of the Boutike Hostel will make you feel right at home! Photo Credit: The Boutike Hostel

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