This friendly little hotel in a restored 18th-century palace house, which formerly belonged to the abbots of a nearby monastery, is a great bet for people on a budget. It's perfectly located right in the middle of the historic center, just minutes from the cathedral. Its 14 simple, but atmospheric, rooms feature original wooden ceilings and attractive wood-paneled cupboards. None of them features bathtubs, but some of the shower stalls have quirky alcoves that look like they formed part of the original house structure. They're arranged around a typical Sevillian patio courtyard, with a large alcove off to one side—furnished with a sofa and chairs—that serves as breakfast room. (A breakfast of pastries, coffee, and juice is included in the price.) One of the upper rooms is large enough to take a third bed if needed. Room 11 on the ground floor is the real find though: It's a snug duplex, with the bed located on a bed deck with its own garret window that looks out onto the street, and a particularly attractive shower stall. It's small, but really rather romantic. (Take note that this property doesn't have an elevator or parking.)