Best hotels & accommodations in Seville

We list the best hotels and accommodations in Seville as recommended by travel experts from CNN, Lonely Planet, Frommer’s, Fodor’s, New York Times and more. All hotel recommendations have been referenced with customer reviews and we only listed places with at least a 4 out of 5-star customer review rating.

 

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  • 4.5 Hotel Casa 1800 Seville

    Hotel Casa 1800, Seville

    Fodors

    “This classy boutique hotel, in a refurbished 19th-century mansion, is a refuge in bustling Santa Cruz. Rooms, which are tastefully decorated in subdued colors, have high ceilings, exposed wooden beams, wood floors, antique furniture, and large and modern bathrooms.”

    Featured as Fodor’s Choice in Seville.

  • 4.5 CoolRooms Palacio Villapanés Seville

    CoolRooms Palacio Villapanés, Seville

    New York Times

    “The 50-room Hotel Palacio Villapanés is a converted 18th-century Sevillian baroque palace with lacelike iron gates and a traditional open, marble-pillared courtyard that doubles as a palm garden and cocktail lounge. Rooms feature wooden flooring and fluffy white duvets and a minibar with all of its contents free, including fizzy sangria in a bottle.”

    Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Seville.

  • 4.5 Hotel Alfonso XIII, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Seville

    Hotel Alfonso XIII, Seville

    Frommers

    “No question about it, this is the swankiest address in town. Hotel Alfonso XIII is a palace built for King Alfonso XIII of Spain to host important guests when Seville hosted its great exhibition in 1929.”

    Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in Seville.

  • 4.5 Hotel Amadeus Seville

    Hotel Amadeus, Seville

    Lonely Planet

    “A soothing oasis of calm in the heart of the old judería, this delightful hotel charms with its ceramic-tiled lobby, period furniture and collection of musical instruments. Rooms, named after composers, are equally stylish, and there’s a small rooftop terrace offering views over to the Giralda.”

    Featured as Lonely Planet’s Top Choice in Seville.

  • 4.2 EME Catedral Hotel Seville

    Eme Catedral Hotel, Seville

    Lonely Planet

    “Marrying contemporary design with a fabulous location and stunning close-ups of Seville’s mammoth Gothic cathedral, the EME impresses on all fronts.”

  • 4.5 Hospes Las Casas Del Rey De Baeza

    Hospes Las Casa Del Rey De Baeza

    Frommers

    “This hotel blends the old and the new with style and panache, retaining original features like stone floors and carved wooded ceilings while adding ultra-modern designer fixtures and fittings. The good-sized bedrooms are arranged around a peaceful central courtyard and are decorated in calming cream and pastel blue hues, with dark wood floors and antique furniture.”

    Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in Seville.

  • 4.6 Corral del Rey Sevilla

    El Corral del Rey, Seville

    Frommers

    “Quiet, romantic and stylish, this lovely boutique hotel is one of my favorites. It’s run by the Reids, a Spanish/English family who have heaps of experience in hospitality, and it really shows. The Corral is located in two converted 17th-century palace houses on either side of a tiny street a 10-minute walk from the main tourist area.”

    Featured as Frommer’s Exceptional Choice in Seville.

  • 4.6 Triana House Seville

    Triana House, Seville

    New York Times

    “Behind its unassuming exterior are possibly the loveliest and quietest bedrooms on the Triana side of Seville, with a whiff of Art Deco design in its chevron-patterned black and white stone floors. A hearty breakfast that might include cured ham, tomato tapenade, muffins, toast and olive oil is delivered to your door at the requested time. Its six rooms are tastefully decorated according to themes like Paris, Napoli or Beijing.”

    Featured in New York Times’ 36 Hours in Seville.

  • 4.4 Hotel Boutique Casa de Colón

    Boutique Hotel Casa de Colón, Seville

    Lonely Planet

    “A superb location, warm service, and quirky decorative features combine to winning effect at this charming, family-run hotel. Look out for white cast-iron pillars, bedsteads made from old doors and cobalt blue stained glass in the neo-Mudéjar windows.”

    Featured as Lonely Planet’s Top Choice in Seville.

  • 4.3 Patio Al Sur

    Hotel Un Patio al Sur

    Lonely Planet

    “This immaculate two-star has stark white walls hung with bright artworks and cascading plants. The sunny, light-filled rooms, complete with parquet, chandeliers and dashes of lilac, are good looking and comfortable.”

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Hotel Casa 1800, Seville

Reccomended by:

Fodors, Frommers, Telegraph, Lonely Planet

4.5
80 euro 71 gbp 99 usd 10494 jpy 77 cad 77 aud 775 hkd 130 sgd 93 chf 628 cny 816 sek 597 dkk 771 nok

CoolRooms Palacio Villapanés, Seville

Reccomended by:

New York Times, CN Johansens, Telegraph

4.5
186 euro 165 gbp 230 usd 24380 jpy 179 cad 179 aud 1800 hkd 303 sgd 216 chf 1460 cny 1897 sek 1389 dkk 1791 nok

Hotel Alfonso XIII, Seville

Reccomended by:

Frommers, Fodors, Telegraph

4.5
210 euro 187 gbp 260 usd 27560 jpy 202 cad 202 aud 2035 hkd 343 sgd 244 chf 1651 cny 2145 sek 1570 dkk 2025 nok

Hotel Amadeus, Seville

Reccomended by:

Lonely Planet, Fodors, Telegraph

4.5
90 euro 80 gbp 112 usd 11872 jpy 87 cad 87 aud 876 hkd 147 sgd 105 chf 711 cny 924 sek 676 dkk 872 nok

Eme Catedral Hotel, Seville

Reccomended by:

Lonely Planet, Telegraph

4.2
162 euro 144 gbp 200 usd 21200 jpy 156 cad 156 aud 1566 hkd 264 sgd 188 chf 1270 cny 1650 sek 1208 dkk 1558 nok

Hospes Las Casa Del Rey De Baeza

Reccomended by:

Frommers, Telegraph

4.5
113 euro 100 gbp 140 usd 14840 jpy 109 cad 109 aud 1096 hkd 184 sgd 131 chf 889 cny 1155 sek 845 dkk 1090 nok

El Corral del Rey, Seville

Reccomended by:

Frommers, Telegraph

4.6
232 euro 206 gbp 287 usd 30422 jpy 223 cad 223 aud 2247 hkd 378 sgd 269 chf 1822 cny 2367 sek 1733 dkk 2235 nok

Triana House, Seville

Reccomended by:

New York Times, Telegraph

4.6
72 euro 64 gbp 90 usd 9540 jpy 70 cad 70 aud 704 hkd 118 sgd 84 chf 571 cny 742 sek 543 dkk 701 nok

Boutique Hotel Casa de Colón, Seville

Reccomended by:

Lonely Planet, Telegraph

4.4
60 euro 54 gbp 75 usd 7950 jpy 58 cad 58 aud 587 hkd 99 sgd 70 chf 476 cny 618 sek 453 dkk 584 nok

Hotel Un Patio al Sur

Reccomended by:

Lonely Planet

4.3
32 euro 28 gbp 40 usd 4240 jpy 31 cad 31 aud 313 hkd 52 sgd 37 chf 254 cny 330 sek 241 dkk 311 nok

FAQ

How much does a night in a hotel in Seville cost?

If you want to stay in a 3-star hotel in central Seville, you would be looking at an average price of $90 per night. For 4-star hotels, the average price is around $130 per night. For a 5-star hotel in central Seville you'll have to spend around $230 per night.

What is the best boutique hotel in Seville?

You like some luxury but don’t like the famous chain hotels. If you’re looking for the best boutique hotel in Seville, you should check out Hotel Casa 1800. It’s a very cool hotel that has been highly recommended by travelers and experts. For more cool hotels, check out our list of the best boutique hotels in Seville.

What is the best luxury hotel in Seville?

If money isn’t a problem and you’re looking for a luxury hotel in Seville, then go for Hotel Unuk. The hotel offers excellent service, it’s in a top location, it has been rated very highly by previous guests and renowned travel critics have recommended it. For more 5-star hotels, check out our list of the best luxury hotels in Seville.

What is the best budget hotel in Seville?

If you’re looking for an affordable hotel, then book Urban House Siurot 33. It’s an excellent budget hotel offering great value for money. It’s in a good location, it’s been recommended by travel experts and the hotel has excellent customer reviews. You should also check out our list of the best cheap hotels in Seville.

What is the best hostel in Seville?

Looking for a good and affordable private room or cozy dorm in Seville? Check out Hostel One Catedral. The hostel has been highly rated by backpackers. Also, check out our shortlist of the best hostels in Seville; it’s based on thousands of reviews from backpackers.

Which Seville hotel is the best for couples?

Try Hotel Casa 1800 if you're looking for a romantic getaway in Seville, the hotel has excellent recent customer reviews by couples.

Which Seville hotel serves great breakfast?

Let’s start the day with some good food. Hotel Casa 1800 is an excellent option if you’re looking for a Seville hotel offering a great breakfast. Recent guests have given great ratings for the breakfast service at this hotel.

What are the best areas to stay in Seville?

The best areas to stay in Seville are: Centro, Triana & Los Remedios, Alameda, Santa Cruz or El Arenal. Please read our extensive guide about where to stay in Seville. It gives a great overview about each area, including the museums, attractions and other things, as well as the best place to stay in each area.

What are the best things to do in Seville?

There are a lot of things to do in Seville and surrounding areas, including day trips, attractions, museums, sightseeing tours and many other activities. Here’s our list of 3 things you should definitely do when you’re in and around Seville.

Seville Cathedral and Giralda: Skip-the-Line Ticket
Skip the long lines to one of Seville's most popular monuments with a fast-track entry ticket to the impressive cathedral and bell tower of La Giralda. Upgrade to include an audio guide. Price: €16. More info.

Royal Alcázar Skip-the-Line Entry Ticket
Enjoy this skip-the-line ticket to the Royal Alcázar of Seville, a beautiful medieval palace that was declared a World Heritage Site in 1987. Price: €19. More info.

From Seville: Pueblos Blancos and Ronda Full-Day Trip
Travel through the ancient Andalusian kingdoms of Castille and Granada, while enjoying the natural beauty and learning about the region’s history. Visit the white villages, the Grazalema forest and mountains, and the ancient town of Ronda. Price: €79. More info.

More things to do in Seville

About Seville

As the largest city in Southern Spain, Seville boasts an intriguing history, fascinating culture, magnificent architecture, and plenty of things to do. Located in Andalusia, the southernmost autonomous community in Spain, the Seville area has a population of about 1.7 million. This city is rumored to have been built by Hercules himself, and with plenty of ornate Moorish castles and cobblestoned medieval streets, it might seem believable.

Seville dates back nearly 2,200 years ago. Over the years, numerous civilizations have called this city their home, including Iberians, Romans, Moors, and Christians. According to historians, the Seville area was settled during the Bronze Age. The Romans initially founded Seville as ‘Hisplais,’ thriving under their rule. Several monuments survive from this period, including the city’s aqueduct.

In the early 8th century, the Moors brought a massive army to the city, and it eventually fell under their control. They ruled for the next few hundred years, rebranding the city under the name ‘Isbiliya,’ and erecting several architectural masterpieces, including the Alcazar Palace.

In 1248, Fernando III of Castille took over the city, claiming Christian rule. Seville thrived well into the 16th and 17th centuries, becoming the most important European port as the Spanish departed to explore the Americas. It continued to grow until the 20th century, when unfortunately, the Spanish Civil War caused thousands of deaths.

At the end of the 20th century, prosperity returned to Seville. Today, Seville is the most sophisticated city in Andalusia, attracting many tourists who come to see its architectural gems, Flamenco performances, and vibrant festivals. Two of Seville’s most notable festivals, Feria de Abril and Semana Santa, happen two weeks apart in April. Feria de Abril is known for filling the streets with music, dancing, drinking, and singing, while Semana Santa is a more serious holy celebration.

As one of the sunniest European cities, there is never a wrong time to visit Seville. The weather is generally warm, creating the perfect atmosphere for sightseeing. There are three UNESCO World Heritage Sites in Seville. Most notable is the Cathedral of Saint Mary of the See, one of the most magnificent structures in Spain. Located in the center of the city, this structure began as a Moorish mosque, but over the years, it has gained Baroque, Renaissance, and Neo-Gothic influences. The Alcazar, the second UNESCO site, is one of Spain’s best-known castles, and is attached to the cathedral. The last site is the Archivo de Indias, built in 1585. This structure houses a vast collection of documents on the exploration of the New World.

One thing that makes Seville unique is the blend of different religious and geographic cultures throughout the city, including Jewish, Moorish, Gypsy, and Arabic influences. You can even taste some of the North African flavors in the cuisine, including gazpacho, honey-sweetened pastries, dates, and almonds.

Vibrant diversity, intriguing history, and an exhilarating culture make Seville anything but boring. From the cuisine and weather to the architecture and history, Seville is a shining star in every category.

Get to know the city even better by reading our guide about where to stay in Seville.

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