Best Hostels for Solo Travellers in Seville

Seville is a great destination in Europe if you're traveling alone. It's popular with backpackers and young independent travelers, so there's no shortage of hostels to choose from. Many hostels organize all kinds of events including walking tours, pub crawls, and dinner events. If you're an independent traveler that wants to meet others, then there are plenty of opportunities in Seville.

How much do hostels in Seville cost?

Average Dorm Price $16 ($10 to $24)
Average Double Private Room Price (in a hostel) $44 ($23 to $95)
Dorm Bed: $18.98
Overall Rating: 96%
La Banda Rooftop Hostel is a great option for independent travelers who want to be in a convenient location. The hostel has a friendly setting with many social events for guests. There's a rooftop terrace that offers beautiful views of the cathedral and every night they serve family style dinners on the roof. The atmosphere really starts to feel like your home away from home.

The hostel is popular with young, independent travelers that want to enjoy Seville's culture and entertainment scene. There is a large lounge in the reception area. Guests can enjoy breakfast here, play board games, or just meet other guests. There's also a communal kitchen that is well stocked. Rooms are modern and comfortable with free lockers and bed linens.

The staff organizes a variety of social activities including walking tours of the city, tapas events, and flamenco dancing. There are also regular bar crawls.

If you're traveling alone, or even as part of a group, this hostel is the perfect setting for meeting other guests and making new friends.
Calle Dos de Mayo 16 , Seville, Spain,
Dorm Bed: $14.00
Private Room: $17.50
Overall Rating: 87%
Sevilla Inn Backpackers is located close to the Seville Cathedral in Barrio de Santa Cruz. The hostel is a great option for solo travelers because of the many organized events and vibrant social scene. The hostel hosts a variety of cultural activities and has daily tours of the city. Three nights a week the hostel hosts a "Spanish Experience" which includes flamenco, paella classes, and sangria.

The hostel has a variety of amenities for guests including free computers with internet, lockers, and wi-fi- access. The rooms are large and comfortable. There is also plenty of common space that has games and activities for travelers. It's a great space to unwind after a long day exploring the city. There's also a communal kitchen that guests can use to prepare meals.

If you're traveling alone and want to meet other backpackers, then this hostel is a great option. It's convenient location, social setting, and friendly staff make a perfect place to stay during your time in Seville.
Calle Angeles 11 , Seville, Spain,
Dorm Bed: $18.36
Private Room: $23.10
Overall Rating: 87%
Grand Luxe is a great option for independent travelers in Seville. The hostel is located in a 19th century building that has wonderful views of the Cathedral. The building has been completely remodeled and now has a modern interior with large, comfortable rooms. Every room has an attached bathroom and modern facilities.

The hostel has comfortable common areas including a living room where guests can relax, a computer area, a communal kitchen, and a dining area. To enjoy the view of the Cathedral just head up to the terrace that looks out on the city.

Visitors to Grand Luxe come from all over the world. If you're looking to meet a diverse group of people, then this is the place to stay. The staff keeps the atmosphere light and friendly and it's not hard to make a friend while you're here. Walking tours of the city are available, as are nightlife tours, tapas tours, and kayaking tours. Guests can enjoy a complimentary breakfast as well.
Don Remondo 7 , Seville, Spain,
Dorm Bed: $20.16
Overall Rating: 92%
If you're in Seville to have a good time, and you're looking for a social setting with a young crowd, then Oasis Backpackers' Palace is for you. It's located in the city center near El Corte Ingles and Plaza de Armas. It's just a few minutes from the Cathedral as well as many other top sights in Seville. It's also conveniently close to public transportation. The airport bus stop is just a couple minutes walk away. It's also very near the bus station, where you can catch buses to Malaga and the beaches of Cadiz.

The hostel has large rooms with attached bathrooms. They offer plenty of natural light and comfortable beds. Guests also have access to lockers and a shared kitchen. Breakfast is served in the morning and the roof terrace is the perfect place to watch the beautiful sunset. It's not uncommon for there to be live music, barbecues, or homemade paellas.

If you're looking to have a good time in a social environment, then this is the hostel for you!
Calle de la Compañía 1 , Seville, Spain,

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