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Reviewed November 29, 2018 via mobile

I stayed at this hostel for 2 nights. The hostel is super clean. The staffs are amazing. Do take the walking tours as they are organised quite well. And the best part is their pub crawls which starts every day at 11pm. Last, but not the least, the free dinner is so amazing and you socialise with people on dinner table and share stories. The overall experience was excellent. I would highly recommend this place.

Date of stay: November 2018
Trip type: Traveled solo
Thank surjas
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Reviewed November 7, 2018

First thing first, everyone from the staff to the volunteers at Hostel One Sevilla was very pleasant, efficient, and helpful. More than often they went beyond the call of duty in assistance.

Housed in a vintage townhouse about 20 minutes from Catedral de Sevilla on foot and literally next door to Plaza de la Encarnacion, the hostel offered a much original, at home, and maybe Bohemian atmosphere seasoned globe backpackers could have found familiar back in the 1970s. There seemed to be a number of guests staying longer than the usual tourists would while some of them even volunteered in upkeep works around the premise to the point that it felt somewhat more a commune than a short-term accommodation.

Facilities at the hostel were apparently in medley of basic, eclectic, and dated items. The four-bed room we stayed featured 2 steel bunk beds in a space of approx. 110 square feet in size. Interestingly, the bathroom was quite spacious, up to 90 sq. ft.

The room situated on the ground floor, right between the main hall and a patio out from the kitchen, two main areas where all the folks congregated, dined, and chatted. What's going on around the room was clearly audible.

A vintage locker cabinet similar to those in U.S. public schools provided secured storage. Yet the thin cabinet sheets rendered every moving items in or out like hitting a steel drum.

This was the most expensive hostel among a total of 4 in our Spain trip. For some reasons, the charges were more than twice for others with better facilities in both Madrid and Granada.

Room tip: Two-bed room should be better
Date of stay: October 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled as a couple
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Thank HingLaw
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Reviewed October 15, 2018

I stayed at this hostel for only two nights but I wish it could of been more. The staff are so insanely helpful and friendly, especially Diego and Leon who both went out of their way to help me with anything I needed. The hostel is central to everything and super cosy and welcoming. Also, free dinner? SI POR FAVOR. Such a great hostel to meet some really cool people but also get a great nights sleep which lets be real, we all value pretty highly.

Date of stay: October 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled solo
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Thank ShaeW42
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Reviewed October 6, 2018 via mobile

We liked the atmosphere really much. Its a nice building, comfortable furniture, coyz decoration. Stuff and other guests were really kind. Once we joined the free dinner which was delicious. Its not quiet though, you should be prepared for this. If you don't have a deep sleep consider your options. We had a room towards the square in front of the hotel which is busy until late in the night. Air condition was working well, the room wasnt spacious but nice and clean. We recommend the hostel, it has been one of the best for us so far !

Date of stay: October 2018
Trip type: Traveled as a couple
Thank tschulia33
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Reviewed September 24, 2018

Situated near the city centre with simple access to all the main sights in Seville. The staff are very welcoming and friendly, there are daily activities, a cooked meal every night and a bite to eat with coffee in the morning. Would happily recommend to low budget travelers looking to meet like minded people and share the experience of staying in the city of Seville.

Date of stay: September 2018
  • Trip type: Traveled solo
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Thank Hardy B
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