Seville

Hotels in Seville

If you are looking for an immersive experience, stick to hotels in Seville that are close to the Old Town area. You’ll be near all the majors sights and happenings. The Oasis Backpackers' Palace Seville and Hotel Zaida are some excellent budget hotels, as many who visit are looking for hostel style housing, which is cheaper and simple.

Casa Romana Hotel Boutique and Hotel Alfonso XIII, a Luxury Collection Resort are some of the best hotels in Seville, and truly luxurious. You can get budget accommodations with comfortable beds and courtyard views; the Hospes Las Casas del Rey de Baeza in the Old Jewish quarter also offers good deals. If you don’t like loud and crowded Seville hotels, there are options for tranquility. Tourists have wide range of choices, especially if they plan ahead. No matter where you stay, there will be no shortage of sights and experiences to be had in Seville. Check out more options below.

Built in 1929 to host the Spanish king’s crowned cohorts, Seville’s Hotel Alfonso XIII has never abdicated its role as the city’s premier address for discerning visitors.

At first glance, Las Casas del Rey de Baeza might seem like just
another Andalusian residence (whitewashed façade, Moorish courtyards),
but inside, everything is cool sophistication. Leather armchairs and
birds in antique cages fill the inviting public areas; the 41