Planning a trip to Spain? Perhaps you want to see Gaudi's Sagrada Familia in Barcelona or want to take a stroll down Gran Via in Madrid. Perfect! But what if we told you that Seville is as beautiful and even more charming than these two big cities? Home to flamenco and bullfighting, delicious tapas, and great weather year-round, Seville is a must-add to your Spain travel itinerary. Seville is also the capital of the Andalusia region, known for many things, including wine, brandy, and olive oil production, one of the world's most delicious cuisines, and seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites, one of which is in Seville.
As the fourth-largest city in Spain, Seville offers a variety of accommodations, from cheap hostels and budget hotels to luxury villas and 5-star hotels. Below, we've handpicked some of the cheapest hostels in Seville, perfect for all backpackers and travelers on a tight budget. For your convenience, Bounce partners with many hostels in Seville for their luggage storage service. And if you happen to pick a hostel that's not our partner, we have other storage lockers conveniently located in Seville, near transit hubs and famous attractions.
Hostel One Catedral
Easily found near the Cathedral and Alcazar, the Hostel One Catedral is the best overall hostel in Seville for social butterflies looking to make the most out of their stay in Seville while still on a tight budget.
Some of the conveniences in this hostel include free wi fi, free walking tours, free bar hops, free dinners, laundry facilities, luggage storage, a shared kitchen, and much more. The staff organizes all sorts of activities during the day, and at night, you can take in the views from the rooftop terrace and hang out with other travelers. Modern and comfortable beds fitted with privacy curtains, a light, and a plug will help you get a good night's rest after a long day of sightseeing.
The Hostel One Catedral has various dorm rooms to choose from, including 4,6 and 8-beds, both mixed and male/female only.
What makes Hostel One Catedral unique
This hostel is special for many things, but one of the best reasons to make it your choice is its unbeatable location. Also, nothing can beat the rave reviews and terrific freebies.
Hostel One Catedral pricing
If you are looking for a cheap hostel that ticks all your boxes, this is just the place. With prices starting at $23.00 a night for an 8-bed mixed dorm and $65.00 for a bed in a 4-bed mixed dorm, the Hostel One Catedral is the cheapest hostel in Seville for everyone traveling on a budget. This is a very popular hostel, and rooms fill up fast, so make sure to book your spot in advance.
La Banda Rooftop Hostel Seville
If you're looking to have the best time of your life in Seville and make new friends, then you have to check this place out. With an unbeatable location near the Cathedral, La Banda Rooftop is possibly the greatest backpacker hostel in Seville, with a rooftop terrace, various daily and night fun events, amazing food, and great social vibes. The laid-back atmosphere throughout the hostel makes you feel warm, welcome, and cozy, just like home.
You'll love many things about this hostel, starting with the free breakfast, the bar and the roof terrace with amazing views of Seville Cathedral, the bright and spacious kitchen, free walking tours, live flamenco shows, live DJ sessions, and much more.
Take your pick from a good variety of dorm rooms (4, 6, and 8) with handmade bunk beds. Each bed has its own light, curtain, and plug, allowing you to have some privacy when you want to rest. Those who'd like more privacy can opt for one of the private rooms.
What makes La Banda Rooftop Hostel unique
Guests love this young and lively hostel in Seville for many reasons, one of them being its prime location. Also, there is a lovely rooftop terrace where guests get to experience the Andalusian culture firsthand. What's even more appreciated is the yummy free breakfast you get to kickstart your morning with.
La Banda Rooftop Hostel pricing
For a hostel in a top location and lots of free stuff, La Banda Rooftop is actually not that expensive. Pricing starts at $43.00 a night for a bed in a superior 6-bed mixed dorm and up to $108.00 for a private room with a shared bathroom. The hostel prices depend on a few factors, the most important being the date of travel. This means it'll be more expensive to travel to Seville during the summer.
Oasis Backpackers' Sevilla Palace
Solo travelers having a hard time making friends won't have to worry about that in this hostel. Featuring a lovely roof terrace bar where you can witness some gorgeous sunsets over the city and a swimming pool to cool your feet from the crazy hot summer temperatures, the Oasis Backpackers' Hostel Sevilla Palace is one of the best hostels in Seville for entertainment and the friendly and social atmosphere.
The central location means you are within short walking distance of many attractions, pubs, shops, and restaurants, but you won't need to leave this place a lot, as it has everything you need for an enjoyable stay. From free wifi, a spacious common room, and an onsite bar, to free walking tours, cooking and dancing lessons, pub crawls, and tapas tastings, this social hostel is an excellent choice for your stay in Seville.
You can choose from private rooms and shared rooms that sleep between 4 and 12 people, including female-only dorms and family rooms. All rooms have air conditioning, central heating, and most have their own private bathrooms.
What makes Oasis Backpackers' Sevilla Palace unique
Besides its superb location in Seville city centre, this party hostel is special for many other reasons, including the free activities, the lively rooftop terrace and pool, and the friendly and social vibe throughout the entire property.
Oasis Backpackers' Sevilla Palace pricing
Besides being one of the best hostels in Seville, the Oasis Backpackers' Sevilla is also one of the cheapest, with prices starting at $20.00 for a bed in a 10-bed mixed dorm and $27.00 for a standard 4-bed mixed dorm bunk bed. Private rooms at this hostel range from $90.00 to $190.00, depending on the date of travel.
Black Swan Hostel Sevilla
Located in Seville's historical city center, the Black Swan Hostel is one of the best hostels in Seville for solo travelers, couples, and groups of friends looking to explore the charming city on a budget. Fast and free wi fi is available throughout the entire hostel, and you can use their computers for free, which is why this hotel is much appreciated among digital nomads too.
The Black Swan has spacious common areas, such as a fully-equipped kitchen, a roof terrace, and a garden patio, perfect for meeting fellow travelers. There is also free bed linen. What's even better is the complimentary breakfast and dinner you get during your entire stay, which will help you save some money on dining out.
This Seville Hostel offers private rooms for two and four and shared accommodation with bunk beds. You can choose from both mixed and female-only dorms.
What makes Black Swan Hostel Sevilla unique
There are many reasons to book the Black Swan for your stay in Seville. Besides its central location and spacious common areas, this cool hostel offers free meals, free wi fi, and free computers to use. Also, the dorm beds are slightly bigger than the standard ones, helping you get a good night's sleep. After all those flamenco shows and pub crawls, you're going to need it.
Black Swan Hostel Sevilla pricing
The average price per night is $23.00 for a standard 10-bed mixed dorm bunk bed and $30.50 for an 8-bed female-only dorm room. This Seville hostel is quite popular, and rooms sell out fast, so try to book and secure your spot in advance.
Sevilla Kitsch Hostel Art
This funky and artsy hostel is a bit different than the rest of the hostels in Seville in terms of style and design, but it has a great rooftop spot to hang out, and it's located right in the heart of the Jewish Quarter. Bright and colorful, this hostel offers a spacious kitchen, a TV lounge with guitars and video games and laundry facilities.
Here, you can enjoy many freebies, including free coffee and tea, free wifi, and free city maps. The rooms are spacious enough, and all have air conditioning. You can choose from private and shared dorms that sleep between 4 to 8 people.
What makes Sevilla Kitsch Hostel Art unique
It's not exactly a party hostel, but this cool and kitsch hostel has a nice roof patio to chill on while listening to some live music. Also, you get to sample homemade meals, which is really appreciated by many guests. The TV lounge with video games is also a great addition, as well as the free all-day coffee and tea.
Sevilla Kitsch Hostel Art pricing
You would expect to pay a lot more at this hostel given its central location, but the prices are very reasonable, starting at $21.00 for a 4-bed mixed dorm bunk and $69.00 for a standard twin room with a private bathroom.
The Nomad Hostel
Set in a traditional Sevillian house, just a short walk from Seville Cathedral, the Nomad Hostel is the perfect hostel for solo travelers, couples, digital nomads, and all free-spirit travelers looking to experience the authentic and vibrant local life in Seville.
Featuring a fully equipped kitchen, free all-day coffee and tea, a dining room, an outdoor courtyard, and a rooftop bar where you can enjoy some live music, movie nights, yoga, and theater, it's truly a hostel to consider.
The rooms in this hostel are standard, and you can take your pick from private rooms and dorm rooms that can accommodate between 4 and 10 people.
What makes The Nomad Hostel unique
Great vibes, a ton of free events, and a central location are some of the reasons why this is one of the best hostels in Seville for you. Not to mention the cozy spaces and the all-day coffee and tea. What else could you want?
Nomad Hostel pricing
Pricing at the Nomad Hostel starts at $23.00 for a standard 10-bed mixed dorm bunk and only $25.00 for a bed in a 4-bed mixed dormitory. If you don't want to share a room and your budget is not that tight, you can book one of the private rooms in the hostel for about $86.00 for a double room with a TV and a window to the courtyard. All private rooms are ensuite.
The best and cheapest hostels in Seville for your budget trip
There are many reasons why you should choose a hostel over a hotel in Seville. Hostels are fun and lively, there is always something going on, and you can make new friends from all around the world. They are also a lot cheaper than hotels. Suppose the above-mentioned hostels are booked for your dates, or you want to have a longer list to choose from. In that case, there are more epic hostels in Sevilla, including Sevilla Inn Backpackers, Triana Backpackers Seville Hostel, Hostel One Centro Seville, The Spot Central Hostel, For You Hostel Seville, and Samay Hostel Sevilla.