One of the must stops in southern Spain is beautiful, Seville. From tapas, to dancing and the breathtaking architecture, it can’t be missed.
Like the neighbouring city of Granada, there are quite a few places to stay in Seville.
After staying in their sister hostel in Granada, I was invited to stay here and I knew I wouldn’t be disappointed.
Hopping off the train and walking through the narrow, cobblestone streets, my mother and I came across our home for the next few days.
Here is a quick but thorough look at the inside of the hostel:
A few more details about the hostel:
Internet: Wifi was free and available throughout most of the hostel. At times the signal was weak or not working but the staff were quick to troubleshoot as best they could. There were also free computers for those who without a laptop or mobile device.
Kitchen: The kitchen was more than suitable. There wasn’t a lot of space to sit and eat in the kitchen but when the weather is nice, the rooftop is perfect for enjoying a meal. There were also nearby lounges where you could sit and chow down. All that said, like in Granada, there is so much incredible food around you that cooking is less than appealing.
Lockers: There were no lockers in the private rooms but the dorm rooms did have lockers. Win.
Bathroom: Bathrooms were pretty standard. Good water pressure and enough that guests weren’t waiting in line to use them.
Price: At the time of writing, beds ranged from about $14-25 a night. Private rooms and apartments started around $30
Other: The hostel hosts all sorts of events to help people meet each other and best explore the city. We always had something to do. While the building was quite old, it was certainly part of it’s charm. There was so much story to the hostel. At night things could get a little noisy out on the street but hopefully you’ll be out there enjoying it yourself.
All in, we had a super stay here and once again, my mom gives it two thumbs up.
If you’d like to learn more about Sevilla Inn, or stay with them during your visit, you can connect with them below:
I’d like to thank the Sevilla Inn crew for hosting us during our stay in Seville. We throughly enjoyed our time with you and look forward to returning!
And if you’re thinking of visiting Granada, check out the Granada Inn.