It’s one of the most glamorous cities in Spain in my opinion.
Yes the capital of Andalusia is a feast for those who love classical architecture with some amazing restaurants, nightlife and cultural experiences thrown into the mix for good measure.
Rich in grand historical buildings, as well as a strong regional identity, Seville is a wonderful European city break destination in its own right or it fits perfectly into a longer Andalusian itinerary.
But whichever you opt for, finding the perfect place to stay here is totally key to having the best time!
With a compact and walkable city centre, I highly recommend basing yourself in this key part, so you can take full advantage of all the city offers.
After this, it’s really a case of whittling down what sort of trip you want to have, as well as an idea who you’re travelling with.
And with these factors in mind, I’ve crafted out my perfect travel tool for this city – the top 10 Airbnb’s in Seville.
Top-rated and centrally situated, all of these are great choices for a superb in the city.
So let’s get stuck in…
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#1 Best for Those on a Budget
With an amazing price for an entire apartment, this well-located property sleeps up to 6 guests.
With a city skyline view, as well as a private backyard, this well-equipped place has a full kitchen, wifi and free parking onsite.
There’s also lots of facilities for children, making this a great spot for families too.
Great reviews praise the excellent hosts, the top location and the cleanliness of this top spot.
#2 Best for Families
Hosting 4 guests across 2 bedrooms, 1 with a double bed and 1 with 2 single beds, this place is perfect for families, especially those with children.
The high chair, cot and travel cot add to the family-friendly nature of this spot and a fully equipped kitchen and balcony area accentuate its appeal.
With a top location that is very central, as well as excellent ratings for cleanliness, the great reviews for this place regularly praise the excellent hosts along with the light, airy and modern feel.
#3 Best for Couples
But from families to romantic settings, now we move onto the best Airbnb in Seville for couples.
A luxury design apartment in the heart of the historic centre, this 1 bedroom apartment is filled with the latest technology and boasts a rooftop terrace with a jacuzzi and views of the city.
Situated in a historical building, this recently renovated space offers real comfort in a spacious Seville spot ideal for those who want to have the city at their front door, but an outside space to relax in as well.
#4 Best for Groups
With the capacity to sleep up to 10 people, it’s pretty amazing that this excellent Airbnb for groups is located in the centre of Seville and offers very affordable rates.
With beds split over 4 different rooms, with a combination of single beds, bunk beds and sofa beds, there’s a lot of flexibility in this stunning penthouse.
Because yes, making it even more ideal for groups, is the fact that this spacious place is centrally located in the heart of historic Seville, and that it includes a private roof with a furnished chill out area, gazebo, barbecue and a pool with a hot water feature for the winter months.
What’s more, you can get beautiful views of the centre of Seville at the same time!
With tons of restaurants around, as well as private parking just a few minutes away from the penthouse, this is a seriously ideal Airbnb for groups who want to enjoy a great time together, along with experience the best Seville has to offer.
#5 Best for Relaxed Stay
But at the opposite end of the scale, here’s my pick for the best Airbnb in Seville when it comes to those wanting a quiet and relaxed stay.
Thanks to the fact that this Airbnb gives you a whole home in a residential area, you can be sure noise from the floors above or below will not disturb you.
In addition, it’s on a quiet, local street, which although has many restaurants and bars within walking distance, is not in the very heart of the historic centre.
Sleeping up to 5 guests across 2 bedrooms, the unique décor of this place blends traditional Andalusian styles with Art Deco touches, and the roof terrace with its cute views and a hot tub, complete the idea that this is definitely somewhere you can chill out.
Top reviews praise the cleanliness of the place, as well as the great communication with the host.
Of course, there’s a full kitchen, as well as excellent wifi and the fact long stays are accepted here, means this is the perfect Airbnb to head to for a relaxed stay in Seville.
#6 Best for Long Term Stay
And talking of long term stays, this is another great option for those who are wanting to stay at least a few weeks in Seville.
I’ve gone with a more affordable option here, because I know budget (along with some outdoor space) are definitely key factors in any long-term Airbnb consideration – at least they are crucial when I stay anywhere for a long time!
And both these factors, as well as the spaciousness and amount of amenities in this place, have led me to choosing it as the best long-term Airbnb in Seville.
Set in Alamada, a fun district of the city, this property has everything you need for an extended stay – including a quiet space, dedicated workspace, air-conditioning, excellent wifi and lots of space.
Accommodating 2 people, and very reasonably priced, this is an ideal long term Airbnb in Seville.
#7 Best for Luxury
When an Airbnb describes itself as the most exclusive apartment in a city, it’s probably a good idea to sit up and listen, because if you’re after luxury, this place is an absolute dream!
With a huge, private terrace that offers unparalleled views of Seville, this 2 bedroom property, minutes from Seville’s Cathedral, offers spacious and designer living with all the modern facilities you could think of, including a private pool.
But it’s really the 360 city views from the fully furnished and huge private terrace that set this place apart.
And yes there’s an open bar up there too!
#8 Best for Cathedral Views
So while the top Airbnb in Seville I mentioned above definitely does have incredible views of the Cathedral, it’s not quite in everyone’s price range.
So enter this more affordable gem instead, which certainly boasts some sensational views of Seville’s main icon.
Sleeping up to 2 guests in a modern and very comfortable apartment, the reviews unsurprisingly praise the incredible location of this property, as well the excellent cleanliness standards and the superb host communication.
The small balcony and easy check-in process only add to the top experience you’ll have here.
#9 Best in Triana
Over the other side of the river from central Seville is the wonderful suburb of Triana, which offers a lot for tourists to discover.
Even if you don’t stay here, you should certainly wander across.
However, if you want something a bit different and to stay in a much more local area, whilst still being near the central attractions, Triana could be the answer.
And when it comes to top Airbnbs here, this excellent penthouse takes some beating!
Newly renovated and excellent located, this property offers 2 private terraces overlooking the famous Giralda and Torre del Oro – which is certainly the pièce de résistance!
Sleeping up to 4 guests, there’s aircon, wifi and a full kitchen also in this property, as well as a washing machine, TV and dedicated workspace.
With great reviews, it’s certainly one of the top Airbnb’s in Seville.
#10 Most Unique Seville Airbnb
Personally crafted by Juan Carlos in a relationship defined by a love of design, this utterly unique 1 bedroom apartment is set in a 500 year old family home.
Entirely handmade, as part of a renovation project extraordinaire, you’ll enter this private space through a courtyard before stumbling into this incredible property which is fitted with a kitchen, bathroom and all the facilities you need.
The suspended double bed is incredible and beyond, the rooftop where you can breathe in the scent of Seville, only adds to the appeal.
There’s also a bath where you can enjoy a candlelit soak in this quiet, yet centrally located spot.
How to Get to Seville?
Seville is the main transport hub in the region of Andalusia and is therefore very easy to access from other Spanish cities or international destinations.
Flights arrive regularly here from many cities, including several London airports and, as always, I suggest Skyscanner for the job!
Alternatively, if you’re coming from close by, i.e. Madrid, Barcelona or perhaps even Lisbon (like I did), it’s easy and simple to get to Seville either using bus or train transport.
I highly recommend Trainline for this job, as they make it easy, quick and simple to compare hundreds of rail and coach journeys to Seville from across Europe.
When to Visit Seville
No question in my mind that the best time to visit Seville (and Andalusia in general) is during the months of April through June, plus September and October.
This is when the warm weather will allow you to take full advantage of the city’s beauty best, but you won’t be wilting in the summer heat, which regularly see temperatures in Seville rising to 40+ degrees.
I’ve visited Seville in both September and October and found the climate ideal for sightseeing.
How Long to Visit Seville For?
Most people visit Seville for 3-7 nights.
It’s a small city and you can certainly cover many of the sights in this time, plus enjoy some day trips too.
Check out this article I wrote about the best beaches near Seville for more ideas, or else, these top-rated day trips come highly recommended…
- Small Group Day Trip to Gibraltar
- Private Day Tour to Pueblos Blancos & Ronda
- Caminito del Rey Full-Day Hike
- Full-Day Tour to Alhambra and Albaicín in Granada
5 Packing Essentials for Seville
- UV sunglasses
- Good trail shoes for walking
- Natural 30 SPF sunscreen
- A good insect repellent
- Sony A6000 camera
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Where to Travel After Seville?
If you still have time for more travelling after Seville (and lucky you if so!), then you may want to head to Ronda, Malaga, Cordoba or Granada – all top destinations within Andalusia that can easily be reached by driving or by public transport from Seville.
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So there you have it folks, my top list of the top 10 Airbnbs in Seville.
Tell me, which is your fav on this list?
Or do you have another top Seville Airbnb to recommend?
Just drop it into the comments below if so…