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Fear not. You can find comfortable and clean budget hotels in Seville for less than it would cost to eat a decent dinner in London or Paris. And in recent years, the quality of budget accommodation in Seville has improved dramatically, making the city among the best accommodation bargains in Europe.
Seville has a surprisingly wide variety of budget hotels, some offering twin rooms for as low as 45€ per night for a double. On Seville Traveller, I consider any hotel that charges less than 65€ per night for a single, twin or double room to be budget. Of course, prices vary by season and some of the places listed here might nudge into the mid-range category at some points during the year.
You’ll find the widest variety of budget hotels in Barrio de Santa Cruz, La Alfalfa and around La Campana. This is a list of what I consider the best budget hotels in Seville, in rough order of preference.
La Casa del Maestro Boutique: Originally the house of the master of the flamenco guitar, Niño Ricardo, this charming hotel is located between the districts of Santa Cruz and Santa Catalina in Seville, a few meters from the Church of Santa Catalina. The house has eleven rooms are built around the central courtyard, each one of them with a different decorative motive inspired by songs of the artist.
Hotel Alcántara: The hotel is located right in the heart of the old Jewish quarter and features a classic Andalusian style. Given the rates, you shouldn’t expect anything fancy but its basic rooms are comfortable enough for a couple of nights. The hotel has a superb location. Its staff is committed to helping their guests at all times.
Casual Sevilla de las Letras: Located at the La Alfalfa neighborhood and just a few meters away from the main monuments, this is a themed hotel in the heart of the city in which the rooms are devoted to literature and books. From single to quadruple rooms, this is a great option if you are traveling with your kids.
Un Patio al Sur: Be thrilled by this magnificent, 18th century Andalusian building – a recently renovated, authentic townhouse which boasts original features, and a rooftop terrace. The delightful Patio al Sur, once a convent, has been converted to a beautiful, charming hotel. Enjoy fresh, contemporary design details that contrast wonderfully against the buildings original features.
Puerta de Sevilla: This stately hotel in the Santa Cruz neighborhood offers elegant rooms beautifully decorated according to the traditional Sevillan style. The terrace features views of the Murillo Gardens and the Giralda. The building of Modernist architecture, dating of 1929, boasts an unbeatable location.
Un Patio en Santa Cruz: This 18th century Sevillian house includes 13 rooms, respecting the historical structure while incorporating modern decoration and comforts. All rooms have windows onto the small central patio or balconies to the pedestrian street below. Two rooms on the third floor have direct access to the terrace with view of the Giralda.
Petit Palace Canalejas: The hotel was inaugurated in early 2008, bringing a new class of accommodation: a modern, high-tech hotel at affordable rates. The architecture of the building stands out, especially the impressive exterior, which was the work of architect Fernando Rivas. The guest rooms feature modern decoration, with bright colored, minimalist interiors.
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