Oasis Backpackers' Palace Sevilla
Oasis Sevilla is located at the heart of Seville. The Plaza Encarnacion is at our door step and you can walk from there to all the city highlights.
Reception is open 24hrs and our multilingual travel desk is open until 10pm! You can rent a bicycle or go on an excursion to Cordoba, Cadiz, the beaches of Huelva and more.
There's free Wi-Fi all around the hostel.
Breakfast is included in the room rates.
We have a swimming pool and terrace with BBQ overlooking the Giralda Tower.
We have daily indoor activities and free city tours.
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Hostel Facilities & Policies
- 24 Hour Reception
- 24 Hour Security
- Age Restriction
- Air Conditioning
- Bicycle hire
- Bicycle parking
- Board Games
- Book Exchange
- Breakfast Not Included
- Card Phones
- Common Room
- Credit Cards Accepted
- Free City Maps
- Free Internet Access
- Free WiFi
- Hair Dryers For Hire
- Hot Showers
- House Keeping
- Internet Access
- Iron / Ironing Board
- Key Card Access
- Self-Catering Facilities
- Laundry Facilities
- Linen Included
- Linen Not Included
- Security Lockers
- Luggage Storage
- Meals Available
- No Curfew
- Non Smoking
- Outdoor Terrace
- Reception (limited hours)
- Safe Deposit Box
- Taxes included
- Tea & Coffee Making Facilities
- Tours/Travel Desk
- Towels For Hire
- Towels Not Included
- Vending Machines
- Wheelchair Friendly
Cancellation PolicyThis property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.
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Each reservation includes free lockers (no padlock), air conditioning/heating and FREE linen.
The shared kitchen is modern and has everything you need to make your favourite dish.
We have a 24hr cancellation policy. Late cancellations and no-shows shall be charged the equivalent of the first night's accommodation.
Reservations for Holly Week ( 9th till 16th April 2017) and April Fair (2nd till 7th May inclusive) , can be cancelled without fee 15 days before arrival. If the reservation is cancelled after 15 days before arrival we will charge the TOTAL amount of the reservation as a cancellation fee.
Check-in time from 13pm.
At the check in we will ask you for a 5 Eur deposit for the key. If you wish to rent a towel the rental is 2€ plus a 5€ deposit.
We have padlocks available at 3 Eur.
Our Apartments are 5 minutes walking from the main building.
DirectionsShow MapHide Map
FROM PLAZA DE ARMAS STATION:
If still in the station leave via the main entrance. This is on the corner of the building by a crossroads. If you look to your right you will see a bridge - do not go this way it is the wrong direction! Looking to the left you will see a crossroads with an underpass underneath it. Cross the road towards the large brick building - this is the Plaza de Armas shopping centre. Continue past the doors of the shopping centre and bear left, passing Cerveceria la Sureña, and Mcdonalds. You should be able to see a large pink/orange coloured building on the other side of the road that has large letters declaring it to be AVENIDA 5 CINES (a cinema). Cross the road at the pedestrian crossing so as to be on the same side of the road as this cinema and carry on waklingin the same direction as you were. Passing a couple of bars you will reach a crossroads (there is a bar on the corner here). Turn right and walk straight on for 300 metres (on calle Alfonso XII), passing a tobacco shop, a pharmacy, a leafy square (this is Plaza del Museo). Once you have passed the square, the next road on the right is Calle Almirante Ulloa, site of Oasis Backpackers Palace.
FROM THE AIRPORT:
Take the special airport bus EA (4€) all the way to the final stop, Plaza de Armas bus station. Now follow the directions for how to get here from Plaza de Armas bus station.
FROM PRADO DE SAN SEBASTIEN BUS STATION:
Walk out the main entrance of the station and bear left. You should see a tram stop in front of you. Take the tram (there is only 1 line) in the direction of Plaza Nueva. You should ride all the way to Plaza Nueva, the final stop. (1.40€). Then go onto Tetuan Street and walk straight until Plaza del Duque/La Campana (you'll see a Burger King on your right). Turn left onto Alfonso XII Street and walk straight til you see a red building on the corner on the left side of the road. Turn left on this street, Calle Almirante Ulloa No. 1.
While in Seville you can visit the Giralda, the cathedral ( 7 min. walking distance) with a 100 m high tower and an area of 11,520 square meters was considered the largest church of the world. The tomb of Christopher Columbus is always of great interest to scholars and tourists alike and the climb to the top of Giralda is considered well worth the effort for the views alone.
The Alcazar (8 min.) is the oldest royal residence in the world with continual use. Today it remains as the official residence of the kings of Spain during their visits to Seville. Also you can enjoy a nice walk through the marvellous royal gardens.
The Archivo de Indias (6min.) located right next to the cathedral is the archive of the Indies and is where all the historical records of the American continent are kept. It was declared as World Heritage together with the Cathedral and the Alcazar in 1987.
Built for the EXPO in 1929 the Plaza de Espana is one of the nicest squares in Sevilla. It has represented by elaborate tiles made in Triana all the Spanish provinces. It also served as the Royal planet Naboo in a Star Wars film!
The Casa Pilatos (6min) is a architype of a Seville manor, elegant and rich. Renaissance, Moorish and Flamboyant Gothic styles blend it.
The Barrio de Santa Cruz (7 min.) also known as the old jewish quarted is the most popular and crowded neighborhood of Seville, for its typical narrow streets, their houses, their yards filled with flowers, the murmur of fountains, the scent of orange blossom and all the charm and legends that surround him.
You can also visit the Torre del Oro, the Bullring, the Town Hall, the Fine Arts Museum (the second largest picture gallery in Spain) , plus convents, parish churches and palaces.
Seville is great for going out due to the huge variety of venues in a small area. You can easily visit four or five completely different bars without walking more than ten minutes between any of them. The main areas are: Alfalfa, where Perez Galdos gets so packed with people on Friday and Saturday nights that cars can't drive down it; Alameda, which has a more alternative scene, with lots of gay bars and clubs; and calle Betis by the river in Triana, which is wall-to-wall with venues, from quiet bars to all-night clubs.
In the summer, when the temperature is still in the 30s at night, there's a big bar scene along the river, on Calle Betis in Triana and Arjona and Torneo on the other side, as well as outdoor bars in the some of the parks. Clubbing moves to the Isla de la Cartuja, where young people throng the many seasonal outdoor venues. A cubano (double measure of spirit with mixer) will normally set you back between 4 and 5 euros, while a small glass of beer (cana) is about 1 euro. Red wine (tinto) is reliable, often Rioja, and costs about 1.50 to 2 euros a glass, while the white (blanco) is usually sweet and not to English taste.