...there is plenty of options where to stay in Andalucia. Starting from five star hotels (haven't tested them, sorry), cheap hotels and hostels, renting an apartment, staying in a tent or even sleeping on the beach... Everything depends on your preferences and budget.
For booking my hotels in Andalucia I used two websites:
For stays in Granada and Jerez de la Frontera I booked my hotels via Hostelworld - you need to register, a small, non-refundable deposit and a booking fee is taken while booking (payment with credit card), you pay the rest upon the arrival. My stay in Seville was booked with SOLbooking - no fees, no deposits, but you need to give your credit card number in order to guarantee the booking.
I can recommend both - I easily managed to find double room (sometimes with bathroom, sometimes not) for the price around 30 EUR, I had no problem upon arrival and I felt really comfortable arriving to the town knowing that there's a room waiting for me somewhere there...
Marcus Miller w BBKing's Blues Club
4 years ago