5 BEST Hostels in Seville for Solo Travellers

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With it’s architecture, beaches and surrounding mountains, Seville has earned itself a name as Spain’s third city, alongside Barcelona and Madrid.

It’s most famous attraction is the Alcazar, a royal palace and courtyard that sits in the city centre along side the cathedral as if it was from a fairy tale.

Seville is also a buzz in the evenings. It’s famously the home of flamenco dancing so you’ll need to check this out, but it’s also at the tip of the tapas revolution.

The city is a great solo travel destination, with a great hostel scene that’s welcoming to anyone travelling alone. There’s a lot to choose from so this guide will break down the best hostels in Seville for solo travellers.


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This is part of my guide to the best hostels in Europe, including Madrid, London, Rome, Prague and Budapest.


Best Hostels in Seville for Solo Travellers

Seville’s hostels are well suited to solo travellers as most have group events to help mingle and many offer shared dinners.

Overall, the best hostel in Seville for solo travellers is Oasis Backpackers Palace.

They have a laid back environment that will suit most backpackers with a cool terrace and pool which is perfect in the summer.

It’s also worth noting Black Swan Hostel as one of the best hostels in Seville.

Although it’s one of the cheaper places to stay, there are few compromises and they have a strong social vibe.

Let’s take a look at the full list of 5 highly recommended hostels in Seville:


Best CHILLED Hostel: Oasis Backpackers Palace

✔ Easy to socialise on the rooftop terrace

✔ Daily homecooked dinners

✔ Comfy beds and a pool

✘ Very basic breakfast

Oasis has two hostels in Seville, both have a similar social vibe and facilities although Oasis Backpackers Palace has the better location, just a stone throw from the main attractions.

Although it’s not a party hostel, Oasis backpacker’s palace has a lively rooftop terrace that’s easy to make new friends.

Expect a welcome sangria, daily homecooked dinners and a bar.

Both Oasis hostels are safe and comfortable, offering free walking tours and a pool for relaxing after those hot days.

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Best BUDGET Hostel: Black Swan

✔ Great price

✔ Croissants and cereal for breakfast and communal dinner all included

✔ Karaoke, live music, pool table and more in the bar

✘ WiFi not the best

Considering Black Swan is a budget hostel, there is little compromise on quality.

Even though it’s a budget price hostel, you’ll still get a basic breakfast included in the price and free communal dinners.

There is a good social atmosphere with evening activities including a trip to a flamenco show.

The beds are good with plugs and lights next to each and the roof deck is a nice place to chill out.

Overall, it’s quite a good location too.

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Best PARTY Hostel: Hostel One Cathedral

✔ Group activities including tapas tour and pub crawl

✔ Privacy curtain on beds

✔ Well equipped kitchen

✘ Sells out at peak times so extending your stay may be hard

One Hostel Catedral is easily the best party hostel in Seville with boozy evening antics most nights.

From the walking tour to the shared dinner and tapas tour, there are tons of ways to meet other solo travellers in Seville.

Facilities include a well equipped kitchen, lots of common areas and a rooftop terrace.

Beds in the dorms have privacy curtains which is always great.

The hostel is in a good central location although can be hard to find at first in Seville’s winding streets.

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Best FACILITIES: Toc Hostel

✔ Pod style beds

✔ Secure fingerprint entry

✔ Spacious rooms with large lockers outside

✘ Expensive compared to other hostels

✘ No activities other than the walking tour

Toc hostel has been very well thought through in its design. It has comfy pod style bunk bed in a solid frame so there’s no creaking when someone climbs in.

It’s a high tech with finger-print entry which is secure and saves remembering key cards. There are large lockers which are outside the dorms, so you won’t wake roommates when packing your stuff.

You’ll find plenty of communal spaces including a café and bar downstairs and a relaxing garden area although there are limited events to meet other people.

The location is great with easy access to the Alcazar and you can see the cathedral from some of the rooms.

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Best for DIGITAL NOMADS: For You

✔ Privacy curtains on beds

✔ Good kitchen with everything you’ll need

✔ Near to a great co-working space

✘ Evening events are only on weekends

For You is one of Rome’s newest hostels and so it has excellent facilities which are ideal for digital nomads or anyone who enjoys a modern and clean hostel.

The beds are comfy, with privacy curtains, lights, power points and a small shelf for your belongings next to each bed.

Guests have two lockers each and there is a great kitchen for cooking your own food.

To meet other solo travellers, there is a free walking tour and plenty of common areas including a rooftop terrace. However, evening events are only on weekends.

The hostel has fast WiFi and space for working or there is an excellent coworking space nearby (workINcompany).

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Kieren

Kieren is the avid traveller behind the blog. His adventures have included Interrailing through Europe, road tripping the US and backpacking SE Asia.