Sevilla hotels

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Sevilla, Andalusia, Spain
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Low season August
High season May
  Average price (weeknight): AED 350
  Average price (weekend night): AED 498

cheapest month to stay

36%

expected price decrease

most expensive time to stay

29%

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(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)

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(weeknight)

(avg. price over the last 2 weeks)

Fri & Sat

(weekend night)

Top tips for finding the perfect Sevilla hotel

  • Spanish summer are extremely hot, so booking a hotel with a pool is a smart idea. There are several in the city centre, including the Hotel Casa 1800 Sevilla and Eurostars Sevilla Boutique.
  • Stay in Santa Cruz to be surrounded by the city’s cultural attractions, including the Seville Cathedral. The atmospheric, walkable neighbourhood is home to a variety of hotels for all budgets. Good options include the Hotel Boutique Casas de Santa Cruz and Casa Del Poeta.
  • Travellers seeking cheaper accommodation could consider staying in Triana, just across the river from the old town. Hotels such as Petit Palace Puerta de Triana and Monte Triana offer good deals.
  • An array of good hotels, such as Exe Sevilla Macarena, can be found north of the city centre, in the Macarena neighbourhood, which offers a nice alternative to the busy streets of Santa Cruz.
  • This area is known for its trendy bars and cafes, vintage shops and art galleries, and there are a number of hotels in this area catering for different tastes, such as the Exe Sevilla Macarena and Patio de la Alameda.
  • Visitors arriving in Seville by car can avoid unnecessary parking fees by booking a hotel with parking, such as the NH Sevilla Plaza de Armas or Meliá Sevilla.
  • Seville’s historic hotels offer enchanting experiences. Previously a royal palace, Hotel Doña Maria dates from the 14th century.

FAQs when booking a hotel in Sevilla

Which neighbourhoods in Seville are good for families?
If you are travelling to Seville with children, the central Barrio Santa Cruz puts all the sights on your doorstep, as well as fun activities such as riding a horse and carriage or exploring the gardens of the Alcazar. If you prefer a more tranquil area, consider a hotel in Triana or Los Remedios neighbourhoods, both of which are still close to the centre but less noisy and busy.
Which neighbourhood in Seville is good for nightlife?
Seville is a lively city during both the day and the night, with plenty of cocktail bars, tapas bars, and options to see a flamenco performance or live music. The nightlife is mainly centred around Macarena, the Alameda de Hércules, Centre, and Santa Cruz, as well as along the river in Triana. A hotel in any of these areas will put you within easy reach of the action.
Which hotel area is especially good for shopping in Seville?
The main shopping district in Seville is found in the area known as Centre, where there are numerous high street stores and boutiques. Accommodation in this area ranges from budget to 5-stars, including the Hotel Derby Sevilla and Hotel Virgen de los Reyes.
Which neighbourhoods in Seville offers good public transport connections?
The main train station in Seville is called Seville-Santa Justa railway station, and lies just east of the city centre and old town. Several good hotels are located not far from the train station, including Meliá Lebreros and AACR Monteolivos. Visitors may also want to look near the San Bernardo metro stop, where the top-rated Meliá Sevilla is located.
Are there good hotels near Seville airport?
If you are visiting Seville on business or have an early or late flight, you may prefer to find a room close to Seville Airport. There are several options nearby with parking, including the AC Hotel Sevilla Forum by Marriott and the Ibis Budget Sevilla.
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Hotel Silken Al Andalus Palace - Sevilla - Building
1
8.4 Excellent (16,171 reviews)
AED 334+
Barceló Sevilla Renacimiento - Sevilla - Building
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8.6 Excellent (7,480 reviews)
AED 503+
Ayre Hotel Sevilla - Sevilla - Building
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8.5 Excellent (10,335 reviews)
AED 492+
Exe Sevilla Macarena - Sevilla - Building
4
7.9 Good (12,948 reviews)
AED 433+
Hilton Garden Inn Sevilla - Sevilla - Building
5
8.6 Excellent (3,442 reviews)
AED 419+
Eurostars Torre Sevilla - Sevilla - Building
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9.1 Excellent (8,256 reviews)
AED 628+
NH Collection Sevilla - Sevilla - Bedroom
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8.8 Excellent (6,503 reviews)
AED 459+
NH Sevilla Plaza de Armas - Sevilla - Bedroom
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8.6 Excellent (6,703 reviews)
AED 562+
Hesperia Sevilla - Sevilla - Building
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8.1 Excellent (7,723 reviews)
AED 444+
AC Hotel by Marriott Sevilla Forum - Sevilla - Building
10
8.3 Excellent (2,398 reviews)
AED 455+
Hotel Vértice Sevilla - Sevilla - Building
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8.2 Excellent (4,282 reviews)
AED 393+
Hotel Sercotel Doña Carmela - Sevilla - Building
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8.3 Excellent (2,217 reviews)
AED 301+

Best rooms in Sevilla

Eurostars Torre Sevilla - Sevilla - Building
1
9.1 Excellent (8,256 reviews)
AED 628+
Hotel Monte Carmelo - Sevilla - Building
2
9.0 Excellent (1,973 reviews)
AED 455+
Monte Triana - Sevilla - Building
3
9.0 Excellent (4,164 reviews)
AED 455+
Hotel América Sevilla - Sevilla - Building
4
8.9 Excellent (4,485 reviews)
AED 485+

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Hotel Colón Gran Meliá - Sevilla - Building
2
9.2 Excellent (2,249 reviews)
AED 1296+
Hotel Fernando III - Sevilla - Building
3
9.1 Excellent (7,081 reviews)
AED 591+
Las Casas de La Juderia - Sevilla - Bedroom
4
8.7 Excellent (5,483 reviews)
AED 826+