Take a look at the best value hotels in Seville.
The El Rey Moro Hotel Boutique Sevilla is a three-pearl property in the Santa Cruz neighborhood of central Seville. Its 20 individually decorated rooms are arranged on three floors around a lovely courtyard. The building's roof deck offers city views along with a hot tub. Guests are welcomed with a glass of regional orange wine, coffee, and biscuits, and a breakfast buffet (for a fee), is served in the main restaurant -- a charming space with cascading plants and an atrium ceiling. Loaner bikes are free to borrow, and walking tours are also available. Be aware that the hotel is located around narrow pedestrian streets, which makes parking difficult. Travelers could also consider the Hotel Dona Maria, another centrally located hotel in the historic district, which has a rooftop pool.
The 65-room Monte Carmelo is a solid mid-range pick in Los Remedios neighborhood, a local area outside the historic center (but still within a 15-minute walk of most major attractions). Clean, spacious rooms feature flat-screen TVs, pillow menus, free but limited Wi-Fi, air-conditioning, and minibars. Room decor is midway through renovations as of January 2018, and modernized units are serene and streamlined. The lobby and dining area received much-needed renovations in 2015, transforming these areas into bright, contemporary spaces. There’s little in the way of amenities -- just a quality breakfast buffet and lobby bar -- but the price is right here. It's worth considering El Rey Moro Hotel Boutique Sevilla, a charming property with a rooftop whirlpool, quality restaurant, and multiple freebies.
The Hotel Adriano Sevilla is a value hotel in Seville’s historic district where shops, bars, attractions, and restaurants are within easy walking distance. A renovated 18th century manor, this hotel has antique charm and a lovely courtyard with a fountain. A rooftop terrace displays wonderful views of the city. Rooms are plain (though Superior Rooms have a grand feel to them); some rooms have balconies with city views but others suffer from street noise. This hotel has free Wi-Fi and is pet-friendly. There is a paid on-site garage as well as concierge and room service.
The Monte Triana is a mid-range property located on a quiet street in Triana, a working-class neighborhood across the river from the city center. It features 114 clean, spacious rooms with contemporary decor in shades of beige and cream, as well as A/C units, minibars, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. There’s little in the way of amenities, just a restaurant serving a quality breakfast buffet, a small business center with two computers, and an underground parking lot. It’s a solid pick for value in a quiet part of town, but most sights are not within easy walking distance.
The family-run Casa de Colón is a mid-range, boutique hotel with classic Andalusian decor that's exceptionally well-located in the historic center near many major attractions. Its 17 rooms range in size and decor, but tend to be stylish and comfortable. Some include bright patterned floor tiling, exposed brick walls, claw-foot tubs, original wood or wrought-iron work, or balconies. Rooms have AC, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi, but lack extras like coffee/tea service or mini-fridges, plus bathrooms can be tiny. Standout features include a small atrium-style lobby and a tiered rooftop terrace with a solarium and magnificent views of the cathedral and city, but there are few other extras. For more in-room amenities, the nearby Alminar Hotel is another mid-range option.
Sometimes travelers crave a familiar name in a foreign city, and this upper-middle-range 140-room Hilton-family hotel -- situated in a business-oriented section of northern Seville -- certainly fits that bill. The contemporary rooms, consistent with brand standards, are clean, comfortable and comparatively spacious. Better yet, the property’s perks include not only free Wi-Fi, a business center and a restaurant, but bonuses that are hard to find in urban European accommodations, among them a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and on-site parking. The trade-off is that this well-priced Garden Inn outpost lacks local color and its isolated suburban location isn't particularly tourist friendly. Visitors that find those downsides a deal-breaker would be better off booking a pricier alternatives such as the Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla.
This small, old-fashioned hotel is located within walking distance of the historic city center and trendy nightlife options. Parking is tricky in this part of town, and Vime Corregidor, down a narrow alleyway, can be a bit hard to locate. The venue has an attractive outdoor courtyard and a classic look that can come off as either charming or dated. Rooms are clean, but the simplistic decor that's heavy on orange drags them down a notch. Overall, Vime Corregidor offers more affordable rates for travelers who are not looking for an upscale, modern property. Those looking for a similarly styled venue might want to compare rates with the nearby Hotel Abanico.
Barcelo Sevilla Renacimiento is a modern upscale hotel with plenty of features, including an outdoor pool and kids' pool, 25 meeting rooms, kid-friendly activities, a gym, and multiple dining options -- though no spa. Its 295 guest rooms are spacious and contemporary, equipped with flat-screen TVs, minibars, kettles, and iPod docks. A notable downside is the location, however, as it's not within walking distance of the main attractions. For something in the city center, travelers might want to check out the Gran Melia Colon, a five-pearl property with a spa -- but no pool and pricier rates.
The Zaida Hotel offers some useful features and a great central location, making it a solid budget choice in Seville's old town. It's within walking distance of Seville's top shopping and dining, and the Alameda is only a 15-minute walk away. The 35 rooms are simply furnished, and en-suite bathrooms are small, but some have a balcony, and all offer air-conditioning and flat-screen TVs. The rooftop garden is a great, private hangout with an outdoor hot tub and shower, and there's a small fitness room. Vending machines and a microwave are welcome additions, as there's no restaurant or bar. The hotel is good value, but nearby Hotel Montecarlo -- which does have a restaurant -- would make a good alternative. However, rates there will likely be higher.
The 128-room Hotel Zenit Sevilla is a budget property located in the Triana quarter of Seville, a 15-minute walk from the heart of the city's Jewish quarter. Situated on the west bank of the Guadalquivir, the hotel sits in a lively pedestrian area with a village-like feel; there are plenty of bars and restaurants in the neighboring streets. Rooms are slightly dark and old fashioned, but are good value. The property has a tiny fitness center, rental bikes, and parking for a fee. The hotel can sometimes get crowded with organized groups, but there is free Wi-Fi and lots of space to lounge in the large lobby.
The three-pearl Hotel Fernando III has an enviable location in the heart of Seville, just seven minutes' walk from the Cathedral and less than 20 from the Plaza de Espana. Although its fantastic setting means that outside space is at a premium, there is a sunny rooftop terrace with a pool and adjacent bar, offering views over the red tile rooftops and church spires of Seville. The 151 rooms are large and typically bright, although some face into an internal courtyard and have views of a brick wall. Amenities include flat-screen TVs, tea- and coffee-making facilities, and free Wi-Fi. A well-reviewed restaurant is on-site, but there are no gym or spa facilities. Guests set on a hotel with wellness offerings may want to check out Las Casas de la Juderia and its charming terraces.
This three-pearl, 52-room hotel is located in Seville's historic Santa Cruz neighborhood, a short walk from numerous shops, restaurants, and important attractions. Housed in a historic building, it offers simple rooms and fresh, modern interiors. Guest rooms are small, but include air-conditioning, hydro-massage showers, flat-screen TVs, and free Wi-Fi. Larger Family Rooms are available, with extra living space and bunkbeds for kids. The hotel has a Spanish restaurant and bar serving wine and tapas, plus a breakfast buffet with hot and cold options (but this costs extra). Other highlights include a cozy communal living room with sofas and a TV, free bike rentals, and iPads on request. Travelers on a budget might also like Hotel Adriano Sevilla, which adds a rooftop terrace with stunning city views.
The three-pearl Apartamentos - Suites Santa Cruz offers spacious accommodations close to major attractions like the Seville Cathedral and the Royal Alcazar. The 34 apartments have a peaceful vibe, cozy decor, and most include kitchens -- but not all have Wi-Fi, though it's available in the reception area (located in another building). Beyond a breakfast option (for a fee), there’s not much else in terms of amenities, but it’s a great choice for extended-stay guests or families who want to save money by self-catering. Travelers could also consider the similarly priced Hotel Fernando III, which has a rooftop pool, an on-site restaurant, and rooms with free Wi-Fi.
The Hotel Boutique Elvira Plaza is a simple yet chic, three-pearl property on the charming Plaza de Dona Elvira in central Seville. Its nine rustic rooms are spread over two floors, and many have terraces with views of the courtyard and the city. Other than its small reception area and a spacious rooftop with seating and planters, the hotel has no common spaces. However, the hotel does have an arrangement with an adjacent restaurant offering all-day dining, including a breakfast buffet (for a fee). Travelers shopping around for mid-range boutique hotels in the area may want to compare rates with the charming El Rey Moro Hotel.
Part of Spain's Hoteles Center chain, the 233-room Sevilla Center Hotel is best known for the exquisite views from its rooftop restaurant and higher floor rooms. The Seville city center is located about 25-minutes on foot from the hotel, but the hotel does offer a big outdoor pool with spacious lounge areas and on-site fitness center with whirlpool. Seville's city center is easily accessible with nearby public transportation and the location of this hotel is convenient for the airport, but the hotel lacks character compared to more central, historic properties.