My Mum and I stayed here for two nights as a cheap place to stay in Seville. It was clean and the building was nice. Mum is probably the oldest person to have stayed here! :-) It was backpackers hostel but not a party hostel. Had seating areas indoor and out and a kitchen. Not too noisy. We had a double room for £40 a night. Hot but had air con. Basic breakfast provided too. English speakers to help you out. Shared bathrooms but clean. Not really enough toilets for number of guests. Computers with web as well.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Traveler's Inn Seville is a centrally located hostel for backpackers and other travelers. It was built 500 years ago as a BEUTIFUL Jewish mansion in a riad style (you just have to see it for yourself!)Traveler's inn has spacious communal areas, spacious modern kitchen facilities, a rooftop and terrace with fantastic views of Seville where you can enjoy a beer or sunbathe in the heart of one of Seville's most vibrant neighbourhoods (Alfalfa). Whether you want to head out to the Alcazar, Casa de Pilatos, Archive of the Indies or wander through the mass of palaces and parks, you are just minutes walk from everywhere you want to be.There is free internet terminals and Wi-Fi, a lot of activities, cold drinks, free coffee and tea and much more!RETA H/SE/01202 P ... more less
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