Possibly the BEST hostel I have ever visited! I wish that I had had more days here! The main areas, the rooms, the kitchen, the bathrooms, and the patio were well designed and clean. The staff were exceptional and accommodating. I felt so comfortable here, and felt at home using the public spaces. The hostel is an easy 5 minute walk to the Plaza de Armas bus station and the Setas. The Cathedral and Alcazar are further, maybe 10-15 minutes, and the Plaza de Espana is about 2km away. - Anonymous
What sets them apart?
This hostel is a clean and reliable place to stay with hotel quality facilities and a quiet atmosphere.
Who's staying here?
This hostel is perfect for anyone who wants hostel prices with hotel quality. The rooms are quiet enough to sleep easily and the facilities are great. It's in a secure and safe area where female travellers can feel comfortable walking around at any time.
Bring your own lock. Each bed gets two lockers, but you have to provide your own padlock.
For You Hostel Sevilla
If you're looking for a hotel quality place to stay but want to the amenities and price of a hostel, then this is the place to stay. The facilities are all updated, the rooms are comfortable and quiet, and the area is safe and secure.
For You Hostel offers guests the common areas and kitchen that backpackers love without the loud parties and drinking games. Instead, you can enjoy a glass of Sangria on the terrace or a good book in a comfortable sofa.
The dorm rooms are clean and comfortable. The beds have privacy curtains, reading lights, and outlets. Each bed also has two storage spaces for your belongings, so you'll have plenty of places to put your things. The beds feel like they're tucked into a little alcove, so it gives you more privacy than a standard bunk bed.
There are both co-ed and female only rooms that sleep four, six, eight, or ten people. Some rooms even have their own balconies.
Small groups can reserve their own private room which offers a bit of space and privacy. This is an affordable option for people traveling together who want to make sure they're all in the same room.
There are also double rooms that are comparable to hotel rooms and are perfect for a couple traveling together.
Every room at this hostel has its own en-suite bathroom, usually with two showers. The shower shares the space with the toilet, and there is no dividing curtain, which can be a bit annoying because your things often get wet. Some bathrooms also miss dividing doors.
This hostel has a common area, a dining room, a small kitchen where you can prepare your own meals, and a rooftop terrace. There's chairs and tables on the terrace and it's a nice setting to sip Sangria while you're reading a good book. Drinks are half price during happy hour every night. Inside you'll find comfortable sofas, chairs, and tables where you can relax after a busy day exploring the city.
This hostel is in a quiet and safe area where you can feel comfortable walking around any time of day. The street is quiet, so you can enjoy a good nights sleep, but it's still central and walking distance to most things. Nearby you'll find plenty of shopping and eating areas.
The hostel is just a two minute walk from Museo de Bellas Artes and is a relaxing 15 minute walk from Seville Cathedral. En route you'll get to explore some pretty neighborhoods.
This hostel is just a few minutes away from San Pablo bus and coach station. If you're flying in you can take a shuttle bus from the airport and be at the hostel in 35 minutes.
This hostel has a more mellow vibe then some of the other hostels. You can enjoy yoga classes on the terrace or take a language class with a local. They offer group dinners and happy hours in the evening (half price drinks!) and walking tours during the day.
This hostel has some great amenities including strong wi-fi, laundry facilities, luggage storage, an elevator, and vending machines. there's air conditioning, which is much appreciated in the summer months, and housekeeping that does a good job keeping the rooms clean. Guests can also use the shared kitchen that's available.
The staff here are helpful and professional. The check in process is smooth and they'll really go out of their way to make sure you have all of the travel information that you might need.
Most people love this hostel, but if you're looking for a very social setting, then this probably isn't the place for you. Some people also complain about the bathroom doors not working, which can be frustrating in the co-ed dorms.
For You Hostel Sevilla
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