Seville hotels vary in size and amenities offered, and the ones that fit the budget are the best of all. Expect to find a home away from home on your Seville holiday with these budget hotels.
Near Museo de Bellas Artes is a place as lovely as its paintings. Hostal Museo is a 19th century structure with cosy rooms, marble floors, and warm tones. Patrons consistently rave about the clean surroundings and the kind staff.
Stained glass, hand-painted tiles, and antique knick-knacks give Casa Sol y Luna its elegant atmosphere. With a mix of Moorish and Sevillan design, it has charmed hundreds of guests, and many of them book several months in advance. Although it has no air conditioning, it certainly has ambience, and its prices are hard to beat.
A romantic stay awaits at Hostal Córdoba, with its graceful doorways, old-fashioned lamps, and bright interiors. The sapphire glass roof lets the sun shine in through its plant-filled banisters, while the rooms face an 18th century courtyard. Some even have connecting patios.
Pension El Patio de las Cruces has a rooftop solarium; it’s perfect for those who wish to soak in the Seville sun, and offers breathtaking views as well. The rooms of this family-run establishment have been newly renovated.
Just a short walk from the famous Cathedral is Pensión Vergara, which used to be a convent in the 15th century. Romantic in its Moorish and Andalusian motif, its walls are a buttercup yellow with touches of red, while light enters through huge windows. Hanging plants and quirky trinkets complete the look of this comfortable hotel.
Other recommended budget hotels in Seville are the intimate Pensión San Pancracio, the quiet Pensión San Benito Abad, and the colourful Hostal Lis.