Hostels Seville

7 BEST Hostels in SEVILLE for Solo Travelers, Party & Chill

Seville is the capital of the sunny Andalusia region of southern Spain.  It is a backpacker’s delight with warm weather, dancing at night, and delicious cuisine. Seville offers tourists an amazing and unforgettable travel experience. From contemporary architecture to street life to a vibrant culture and historic attractions there is a lot to experience in this bustling city.

Seville is a very colorful city, with plenty of hostels that offer affordable accommodation with many different options to choose from.  Many hostels are found in town occupying a floor of an apartment block, with close proximity to attraction sites.

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As a backpacker is it essential you get all your preparations ready before embarking on your adventure. Aside from accommodation, you should also work towards being organized during your trip. A carry-on backpack travel backpack provides ease of movement, comfort and helps keep backpackers organized.

Here is a list of some of the very best hostels in Seville that cater not only to backpackers but all kinds of fun-loving people.

TOC Hostel Sevilla

HostelWorld (*9.1) (*8.7) Map Starts at ($24) for 8 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (July)

Set in the very center of Seville, this hostel is an excellent choice for travelers who want to stay close to all the city’s attractions. One of the UNESCO World Heritage Sites – Archivo de Indias – is just across the road, while Sevilla Cathedral is 200 meters away. Royal Alcazar Palace is also just a couple of minutes away on foot.

However, it’s not just the location that makes TOC Hostel Sevilla one of the top hostels in the area, but also the amenities it has to offer. All rooms have their own bathroom with free toiletries, the reception is open 24 hours and they also have a laundry service. There is an on-site bar where you can have your breakfast, a TV room, and a terrace to chill at. And the best thing? Your fingerprint is the key to your room!

That’s exactly what we’ve all been looking for – no more cards and chains of keys. So quick! The rooms are selling fast, especially in summer.


HostelWorld (*9.9) (*9.3) Map Starts at ($22) for 8 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (July)

La Banda hostel is a hostel loaded with the best facilities that will ensure you relax and enjoy your visit to Seville. The hostel provides a homely social atmosphere that will make backpackers feel at home. There are a plethora of fun-filled activities organized every day, ensuring your itinerary is full.  

The hostel provides free walking tours, bar crawls, music shows, flamenco nights, and tips on the best underground clubs in town. Through the well-designed facilities, guests can easily socialize with each other through communal spaces and group dinners. Like-minded backpackers can meet and share their experiences as they make new connections.

Hostel One Catedral

HostelWorld (*9.9) (*8.7) Map Starts at ($21) for 8 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (July)

Hostel One Catedral is one of the warmest and friendly places in modern Seville, located just 15 minutes walk from the center of town. The hostel has a great location with direct access to Hospital de los Venerables, Santa Justa train station, and the Alcázar of Seville.

Hostel One Catedral is one of the most affordable hostels in Seville with a huge list of free services including a free dinner, free night tour, free morning snack, and free walking tour. In addition, guests enjoy complimentary Wi-Fi, individual climate control, and a laptop-size safe.

There are a variety of room options – a 6-bed mixed Dorm, 10-bed mixed Dorm, 8-bed mixed Dorm, and Double Rooms. Many rooms have beds with lockers, reading lights, and linens. Guestrooms feature access to shared bathrooms.

Oasis Backpackers Hostel Sevilla

HostelWorld (*9.4) (*8.8) Map Starts at ($21) for 8 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (July)

The Oasis Backpackers Hostel Sevilla is a small, lively hostel located at the center of town. It is one of the most popular hostels with a variety of dorm rooms at affordable prices. 

The Terrace Bar serves patrons with chilled cocktails. Partygoers are treated to the best of live music, barbeques, and other events are enough to spice up any night. Take a tip in the pool as you cool off from the Andalusian sun.

Oasis Backpackers Hostel Sevilla is right next to their sister hostel to Oasis Backpackers’ Palace, providing backpackers an ideal location for discovering the best of Seville. There are numerous trendy restaurants, tapas bars, cafes, and shops nearby accessible on foot.

The Nomad Rooftop Hostel (BEST FOR DIGITAL NOMADS)

HostelWorld (*9.4) (*8.8) Map Starts at ($19) for 10 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (July)

Nomad hostel remains a favorite for backpackers due to its great facilities, hospitable staff, and proximity to Seville’s historic and cultural heritage sites. In fact, the hostel is located half a kilometer from the Giralda Cathedral.  

The Nomad hostel is great for solo explorers as well as groups of backpackers who are up for adventure and experience life in Seville. The hostel has fine rooms and amenities that cater to all groups of people. The air-conditioned dorms come in various sizes with beautiful hand-crafted bunk beds. There are also secure lockers facilities for ensuring your valuables stay safe.

The kitchen is huge and fully equipped with friendly staff members that are always happy to help out. There is also a rooftop terrace with a bar where you can order your favorite cocktails. Moreover, there is a lounge as well as a courtyard with plenty of space to socialize.

The hostel has fast free Wi-Fi and is very popular with digital nomads. Activities are hosted throughout the week and include flamenco, bike hires, movie nights, live music, yoga, tapas tours, and walking tours.

Triana Hostel Seville

HostelWorld (*9.4) (*8.7) Map Starts at ($-) for – bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (July)

Triana hostel Seville is great for backpackers who love the ambiance of nature and would like someplace to get away from the busy town. The location of the Triana hostel is nearby the great Guadalquivir River which is the fifth longest river in the Iberian Peninsula and the second longest river with its entire length in Spain.  The hostel only 15 minutes from the Cathedral and the Alcázar of Seville. Triana provides you internet, Wi-Fi, breakfast, access to a kitchen, heating, air conditioning, and bed linen. There is a large communal room for socializing with friends and cooking meals.

The rooms range from (private room for two beds to 10 Bed mixed dormitory) are conditioned with quick access to the hospital and friendly staff. Why not have a Jacuzzi party at the rooftop terrace where there is a lounge to relax while having a drink.

Black Swan Hostel

HostelWorld (*9.2) (*8.8) Map Starts at ($15) for 10 bed-dorm

**prices are shown for weekdays in Mid-season (July)

If you are looking for an eco-friendly hostel in Seville, Black Swan Hostel is exactly where you need to stay. The hostel promotes environmental sustainability with most of the hostel decor and design made of recycled materials.

They have spacious rooms for couples, four as well as mixed and female-only dorms, and all bathrooms are single-sex. The rooms are air-conditioned if the heat becomes too much and there are an outdoor patio and roof patio for relaxation and parties. There is a spacious common area where you can whip up a quick meal with free-to-use computers and Wi-Fi available. There is never a dull moment at the Swan with tons of social events, such as bar crawls and flamenco nights on offer.

FAQs about hostels in Sevilla

What’s the best hostel in Seville for solo travelers?

The Nomad Rooftop Hostel is the best hostel to stay at in Sevilla if you’re traveling alone. It features superb facilities, multiple common areas, friendly staff, and is very centrally located. For its fast Wi-Fi, it’s also popular among digital nomads.

What’s the best party hostel in Seville?

La Banda is one of the best hostels in the town to party. The hostel organizes various activities every day to ensure you have a good time. From free walking tours and pub crawls to live music and flamenco nights. You won’t miss a good event while staying at La Banda.

How much is a hostel in Seville?

Hostels in Seville are affordable. On average, a night in a dorm will cost you around USD$ 20, whereas private rooms in hostels in Seville are usually between USD$ 40 and USD$ 90 per night.

Are hostels in Seville safe?

Seville is generally a pretty safe city, and so are its hostels. However, you should take usual safety precautions, such as not walking alone at night or flashing valuables around. Remember that most hostels have safety boxes or lockers to keep your things safe.