We are perfectly situated right in the heart of Seville's historic city center only 100 meters from the cathedral. (which you can view from our rooftop terrace as you enjoy a beer and soak in the sun) and at the entrance to the famous neighborhood of Santa Cruz (the old Jewish quarter). Thus, appart from being one of the best hostels in Seville we also have some of the best views of the city centre.
All our rooms have individual lockers for security and include in the price free internet (terminals and Wifi). We have spacious common areas with games where you will be sure to meet other travelers, a kitchen for your use and chill out spots on our grand terrace to relax while watching the most emblematic monument of Seville (La Giralda!).
Our hostel staff live and breath Seville and are well informed of the city and all information you might need during your stay here and onwards (we can tell you the best places to eat the best tapas in Seville, secret corners of the historic city centre and much more!).
Hostel has 24 hour Reception
Check-in = from 13:00 pm
Check-out= until 11:00 am
We have daily activities to keep you busy and allow you to meet new friends right here with us.
Also, don´t forget that our reception staff will always be willing to assist you if you require any info on what to do in Seville. Click here to see all our program and start planning your time in Seville. (Scheduled events and activities may change without notice.)
We look forward to being part of your visit in Sevilla. If you have any questions about our hostel and facilities please call or send us an email.
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