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Babel Hostel Sevilla

Calle Jesus del Gran Poder 113, 41002 Seville Spain
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#109 of 419 Speciality lodging in Seville
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Rebecca L wrote a review Jan 2018
55 contributions16 helpful votes
I stayed in the Hostel for four nights in room number 1. I really enjoyed my visit of the city because Sevilla is just beautiful and also because the hostel was so cool. The beds are actually comfortable which is always nice. My room was for six people and had its own bathroom. You can shower really hot and with a strong pressure, which is always nice. On daytime you can always easily find someone from the staff and the rooms get cleaned everyday (at around 12 o clock, one time I was woken up by it; they don't adapt their routine to your sleeping schedule; I found that to be okay). The common living room is pretty small but I didn't expect one to be there so I was not disappointed. The Wifi can be kinda weak in the sleeping rooms but is good in the shared areas. In my opinion the hostel is in a good area, right at the Almeda de Hercules, so you can easily find your way back and get a breakfast right in front of the door. There are also enough power points, but if you are in a upper bed, you need to disturb the person above you a bit. Every bed has its own little light which is really bright. All in all, one of the best hostels I stayed in. The hostel originally attracted me with a discount, so maybe that's also plays a role. I did not pay twenty Euros or more a night, but 57 Euros for four nights. And they take their check in-times seriously! I arrived before 12 o clock and they told me to go and come back at the right time so that I won't disturb the guests. Maybe keep that in mind. As there are many coffee shops close, that was not a big deal.
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Date of stay: December 2017
DAMNIT A wrote a review Sep 2017
1 contribution1 helpful vote
The staff and owners of this place are the most horrible and rudest people. Very surprised they decided on hospitality as a business. Rooms are dirty, no atmosphere and the common areas are to small. Would avoid.
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Date of stay: July 2017Trip type: Travelled with friends
Sasquatcz1 wrote a review Sep 2016
28 contributions18 helpful votes
It looks like the hostel's name changed recently; it is now called Babel Hostel Sevilla. Cons: cockroaches in the bathroom; no wifi (the public computer upstairs also doesn't work); cramped, dark, and stuffy rooms. The hostel is located about a 15-20 minute walk from the Seville Cathedral and Alcázar. The owners are friendly but not particularly helpful in terms of travel/public transport info.
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Date of stay: September 2016
Trip type: Travelled with family
Curious_traveller_35 wrote a review Apr 2016
66 contributions9 helpful votes
I'm well travelled and in my opinion this has to be the best hostel for solo travellers. The staff are incredibly friendly. There is always someone to speak with, whether it's breakfast or dinner time. Free breakfast and dinner. There is also a free walking tour and pub crawl. You just cant go wrong in this place!
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Date of stay: April 2016Trip type: Travelled solo
Brody W wrote a review Jul 2015
Houston, Texas18 contributions2 helpful votes
I stayed in Babel Hostel Sevilla recently and wanted to review it on TripAdvisor but could not find it. I stumbled across this hostel listing and it has the same address and the photos look like a differently-modeled version of our Babel Hostel. Definitely the same layout and location. I assume it's changed ownership or at least branding recently. Very good hostel. We stayed in a four-bed dorm but my buddy and I had the room to ourselves most of the visit. Nice lockers and bedding, and the bathrooms were nice and clean as well. The wifi was admittedly pretty awful though, even though they had four possible access networks. Not a party hostel, but the amenities were all around good and the staff were pretty friendly. Not the most memorable hostel but definitely a positive and enjoyable experience!
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Date of stay: June 2015
Trip type: Travelled with friends
US$16 - US$58 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Hostel One Sevilla
SpainAndaluciaProvince of SevilleSevilleCasco Antiguo
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Frequently Asked Questions about Babel Hostel Sevilla
Which popular attractions are close to Babel Hostel Sevilla?
Nearby attractions include Taller Flamenco (0.3 km), Alameda de Hercules (0.3 km), and Basilica de Jesús del Gran Poder (0.4 km).
What are some restaurants close to Babel Hostel Sevilla?
Conveniently located restaurants include Restaurante Al Sultan - La Alameda, Restaurante Eslava, and Otto café.
Which languages are spoken by the staff at Babel Hostel Sevilla?
The staff speaks multiple languages, including English and French.
Are there any historical sites close to Babel Hostel Sevilla?
Many travellers enjoy visiting Plaza de Espana (2.6 km), Real Alcazar de Sevilla (1.9 km), and Iglesia de la Magdalena (1.1 km).