x The average starting price for a place to stay in Seville is £59 per night.
Calle Dos de Mayo 16Outstanding 96%
ivanbg its very clean, in the old town, guys who work there r very friendly and helpful. will go back there again, definitely.
Rodrigo de Triana 69, SevilleExcellent 91%
johnedscal This is a great spot. Close to many sights. It seems to be a rather laid back hostel, but it can get loud in the morning. The rooftop is sweet and we would highly recommend this to all travellers. It really feels more like a hotel than a hostel. The staff are great.
Avenida Reyes Catolicos 11, 2ª plantaExcellent 91%
C/ Almirante Ulloa, 1Excellent 90%
sophie_strating Perfect hostel to get to know people! great location and a lots of activities. Also loved the roof terras and the pool.
Calle Italica, 1 (corner with calle O'Donnell)Excellent 90%
wangchenshi2008 the staff is really helpful and kind. the location is good but a little bit far from the bus station to the airport.
dunger17 The rooms were mostly clean, the kitchen was a disaster. The internet was down while we wwre there. The offerings, sangria party etc., were good.
clough68 Nice venue, clean rooms, a bit of a problem with noise coming into the rooms from the courtyard and the neighbouring rooms. Also the TV lacked international channels, but that's not so critical. The staff were very friendly and helpful and the rooms were kept clean.
lloyd1018 The basic single room I booked was tiny so I upgraded to a room on the top level which was well worth the extra money. The guesthouse has a great roof top area to relax in but no one seems to use it. The staff are friendly and helpful. It is located near a cheap bar that is much better value than others a little further away. The only sore point for me was the unreliable wi fi internet. It was offline more than on which was a bit of a pain.
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