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Yugo Cartuja, Sevilla
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Yugo Cartuja, Sevilla

C. Francisco de Xerez, Sevilla, 41092, Spain
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About the Property

Located in the bustling district of Yugo Cartuja Sevilla (41092), lies a gem of accommodation offering convenience and comfort. Adjacent to prominent educational institutions like University of Seville and Pablo de Olavide University Sevilla, it caters perfectly to students. Yugo Cartuja boasts diverse single-room options, including single rooms with kitchens for self-sufficiency and single rooms with kitchens and balconies for added charm. Beyond its proximity to universities, residents enjoy easy access to amenities and recreational spots. Experience the epitome of student living with Yugo Cartuja, where every convenience awaits just around the corner.


Seville, with its rich culture of history, culture, and modernity, beckons students to immerse themselves in its charm. Located within this dynamic cityscape of Spain lies Yugo Cartuja Sevilla, a beacon of comfort and convenience for students seeking a quintessential Sevillian experience. This Sevilla student accommodation stands out for its strategic location, offering easy access to key areas that cater to students' needs. Just a stone's throw away is La Cartuja, a vibrant neighborhood known for its lively atmosphere and abundance of amenities. Students can explore its eclectic mix of cafes, restaurants, and shops, indulging in the local cuisine and soaking in the bustling ambiance.


For those seeking tranquility amidst their studies, the serene surroundings of Parque del Alamillo provide the perfect retreat. Here, students can unwind amidst lush greenery and enjoy recreational activities, fostering a balance between academic pursuits and relaxation. Moreover, this student accommodation in Sevilla distinguishes itself from others with its modern amenities and personalized service. Boasting contemporary accommodations equipped with all the comforts of home, students can rest assured that their stay will be both comfortable and convenient. From spacious living areas to high-speed internet access, every detail is tailored to enhance the student living experience.

Features

At Yugo Cartuja Sevilla, residents enjoy a harmonious blend of comfort and convenience with a range of top-notch amenities. Weekly cleaning ensures a pristine living environment, sparing residents the hassle of mundane chores. Laundry facilities make keeping clothes fresh a breeze, while the game room offers a vibrant space for friendly competition and relaxation. Need to hit the books? The study room provides a quiet sanctuary for focused learning. For those seeking a refreshing dip, the swimming pool beckons with its sparkling waters, while fitness enthusiasts can break a sweat at the fully-equipped gym. Movie nights become unforgettable experiences in the cozy cinema room, complete with plush seating and state-of-the-art sound. Hungry? No problem. The fridge and microwave make meal prep a cinch, whether it's a quick bite or a gourmet creation. Plus, with onsite maintenance and 24-hour security, peace of mind is always at hand, ensuring a worry-free living experience at Yugo Cartuja Sevilla.

Location and What's Hot?

Located mere minutes from Yugo Cartuja Sevilla, both University of Seville and Pablo de Olavide University Sevilla are within easy reach, fostering a seamless academic journey. This strategic proximity ensures convenience, saving valuable time for students. Imagine stepping out of your accommodation and finding yourself a stone's throw away from lectures, libraries, and student hubs. With such closeness, late-night study sessions or group projects become hassle-free. Moreover, the bustling atmosphere around this accommodation offers a vibrant student life, with cafes, eateries, and recreational spots nearby, creating a well-rounded experience beyond academics. In essence, it's a perfect blend of comfort and accessibility.


It offers a social life that blends convenience with cultural richness. Residents wake up to the aroma of freshly brewed coffee from Café Bar Giralda, just steps away from their doorstep. As the sun rises, they stroll through the charming streets, greeted by the friendly faces of neighbors. For daily essentials, Mercado de Triana presents a colorful array of fruits, vegetables, and local delicacies, fostering a sense of community among shoppers. When craving a leisurely brunch, La Cacharreria beckons with its cozy ambiance and mouthwatering dishes. In the afternoons, residents immerse themselves in history at the Museo de Bellas Artes, where masterpieces ignite inspiration and awe. For a change of pace, the lush greenery of Parque de María Luisa invites relaxation and picnics under the shade of towering trees.


As evening falls, the vibrant energy of Plaza de España comes alive, offering entertainment and social gatherings. La Carbonería lures with its live flamenco performances, captivating audiences with passionate rhythms and melodies. After a day filled with exploration and connection, residents return to the comfort of Yugo Cartuja Sevilla, where every corner tells a story of modern luxury intertwined with Sevillian charm. This is not just a place to reside; it's a gateway to a lifestyle where every moment is infused with the essence of Sevilla.

Commute

Situated in the heart of Sevilla, the Yugo Cartuja Sevilla boasts excellent travel accessibility for guests. Yugo Cartuja Sevilla is conveniently located within close proximity to several key transportation hubs. For those arriving by air, Seville Airport is just a short drive away, ensuring a smooth transition to and from the city. Traveling within Sevilla is equally convenient, with multiple bus stands located nearby. Guests can easily access the Américo Vespucio, Juan Bautista Muñoz (Estadio Olimpico), and Juan Bautista Muñoz (José Gálvez) bus stands, facilitating exploration of the city's attractions and landmarks. Whether guests are arriving from afar or exploring the city's vibrant streets, the Yugo Cartuja Sevilla offers an ideal base for their Sevilla adventures with its strategic location and seamless connectivity.

What will you get

Your Rent Include

Wifi
Water
Electricity
Heating

Common Amenities

Weekly Cleaning
Laundry
Game Room
Study room
Swimming Pool
Gym

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Frequently Asked Questions

How long does a viewing take?

It can take anywhere between 10 and 60 minutes to tour their student accommodation in person, it’s completely up to you. However, they also offer virtual viewings too.

Can I choose who my flatmates are?

You can choose to live with your friends by selecting the same flat number or double room when you book with us. Please note, this is subject to availability, so it’s best to book early to avoid disappointment.

Do I need to pay a deposit?

Yes, and the deposit pays part toward the Damage Deposit when due. This reservation deposit is refundable up until a date set out in the contract sent to you.

Do you provide female only accommodation?

Yes, if you prefer to have a single gender flat or double room, just speak to their residence support team when you book with us. This is subject to demand and flat availability so they’d recommend getting in touch as early as you can.

What is a guarantor and why do I need one?

A guarantor is someone who agrees to pay your rent if you’re unable to, for example one of your parents or a close relative. If you’re unable to meet rent payments please speak to your support team, they’ll only contact your guarantor to pay rent as a last resort if you cannot meet the agreement of your tenancy.

What do I do if I’m an international student and don’t have a guarantor?

If you’re an international student and would like to pay your rent in instalments, you’ll need a Spain based guarantor. If this isn’t possible, you can still book a room, but you’ll have to pay your rent in an upfront annual sum instead.

Do I need to be a full-time student to book a room?

Normally they only accept full-time students, but they may be able to accommodate you. Get in touch with the student residence you’re interested in to discuss your options further.

Is there an age limit for booking with PMG?

To live with us whilst studying at University, you will need to be 18 or older.

Can I personalise my room?

As long as you are able to return it to its original state on check-out or you will be recharged for any damages. Check out their blog for ideas of how you can personalise your room without nails, glue or leaving marks on the wall.

Where can I smoke?

They don’t allow smoking inside your residence, but you’re free to smoke outside.

Can I bring a pet?

They love fluffy animals, but they do not allow tenants to bring pets into the building.

Are there any social events for residents?

They host socials all year round for you and your roommates to enjoy; from spiritual and cultural get-togethers, to fitness events and much more.

If I don’t get on with my new flatmates can I change rooms?

They want to make sure that you love your experience living with us, so if you find you’re not getting on with your new flatmates/roommate it may be possible to change rooms subject to availability. Get in touch with us for more information.

What happens if something in my flat breaks or doesn’t work?

Their friendly maintenance team is always on hand if something in your flat breaks or doesn’t work. Just fill in a maintenance request form and hand it into reception.

Can I have friends or family to stay?

Visits are allowed between 10am to 11pm. Guests cannot sleep at the residence.

Are the social spaces always open?

You can book out some of the social spaces on offer in their accommodation, but most of their common areas are open 24 hours a day unless alternative opening hours are advertised.

Is wifi included?

Yes, they offer high-speed broadband and Wi-Fi as standard in all rooms, and it’s also available in their social spaces and communal areas.

Where do I do my washing?

They have on-site laundry facilities for you to use whenever you need during your stay.

What equipment is in the gym?

The residences that include a gym on site have free weights and/or weight training equipment, cardiovascular equipment and yoga mats. Some of their properties also have fitness suites with more specialised equipment or dance/yoga studios!

Can I have parcels delivered to my building?

Their reception team is always on hand to accept your parcels and signed-for items, so you never miss a delivery. They’ll also send you an email reminder when your package is ready for collection.

Do we get a cleaner?

Yes, the cleaning of the rooms is once a week and the common areas are cleaned every day, several times. They change the bed linen and towels once a week.

How secure is the bike storage?

Most of their bike storage is inside their secure properties, so only residents can gain access. However, in some residences their bike storage is outside on campus and where possible away from the main streets. In all cases, they recommend using a secure bike lock for extra security.

Is there parking for students on site?

Some of their residences have parking on site for you to use during your stay with us. Check our residence pages or get in touch for more information.

Can I move in before my contract starts?

In many cases, they can allow people to move in early at a daily rate, but you will need to contact the residence team to check.

What documents do I need to check in?

When you check in they’ll need to see a copy of your ID, and also recommend bringing a printed copy of your tenancy agreement.

What time can I arrive the day I move in?

Some of their residences will let you to move in at any time on set days, whereas others will give you a time slot. They’ll be in touch closer to your move-in date to give you more information!

Where can I park when I’m unpacking?

When your move-in date approaches, they’ll be in touch to advise where you can park nearby to unload your belongings.

Is it okay to arrive out of hours on the day I move in?

If you need to arrive out-of-hours please let your residence support team know with as much notice as possible to make sure they’re available to help.

How do I pay rent?

Payments are normally taken via direct debit between 1st and 5th of each month.

Can I pay rent by bank transfer?

They ask students to pay their rent through their booking portal as it is safer and more efficient, but in some instances you may be able to pay by bank transfer provided you have spoken to your residence support team first.

Are there any extra bills I have to pay?

Water, gas and electricity are all included in your rent, so there’s no need to worry about paying utility bills on time.

Can I sublet my room for the summer?

No - unfortunately, they do not allow students to sublet their rooms throughout their contract with us.

Is there always a member of staff available on site?

They aim to have staff available 24 hours a day, so if you ever have a request, a member of their resident team can help you day or night.

How safe is the accommodation?

Most of the entrances to their accommodation buildings are access controlled as well as monitored by CCTV 24 hours a day, and all flat doors are all key controlled. They also aim to always have resident teams on site should you ever need extra support.

Is the building regularly inspected for fire safety?

The safety of students is very important to us. They have fire alarm tests and inspections on fire safety practices regularly across all of their residences.

What payment options are available for international students?

If you have a Spain based guarantor, you can pay your rent by instalments. Alternatively, you can pay your annual rent upfront in a lump sum.

What do I do if I’ve booked a room, but can’t get a visa?

Please get in touch with your resident support team and they can cancel or postpone your tenancy depending on what works best for you.

Do I need to bring my own bedding?

No, bed linen and towels are provided and washed once a week.

Can I be picked up from the airport?

Unfortunately, they don’t offer airport pick up services for international students, you’ll need to make your own travel arrangements to and from the property.

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Student Accomodations in Seville

Student Accommodation In Seville

Seville is one of Spain's most populous cities, and finding suitable student accommodation in Seville can be tiring, but it is easy. Amber has a lot of cheap student housing with uber comfort available for a reasonable price. Seville has the most affordable student housing in Spain. We have some of the best student accommodation near universities like UNIA, Pablo de Olavide University Seville, Universidad Europea de Madrid and many others. There are many comfortable, luxurious, affordable ensuites, studios, and shared apartments.

Student accommodation in Seville costs between GBP 80 and GBP 200 per week, including all bills. Students can also choose from university-provided student houses or student halls in Seville. However, these student residences are expensive and may lack the features and other student benefits provided by private student accommodation in Seville. So do your homework to find the best student housing in Spain. The city offers everything from luxurious student housing to low-cost student housing. All the student accommodations in Seville are designed for the student's comfort. There is something for everyone in the city. In this city, student housing is further classified as halls of residence, private halls of residence, and private housing. Yugo Bermejales is one of the most liked student accommodadtion.

About Seville

Seville is Andalusia's capital and the fourth-largest city in Spain. Located towards the lower side of the Guadalquivir river in the southwest of the Iberian peninsula, AKA "the frying pan of Spain". The Seville Harbour is the one and only river port in Spain. The city has over 685,000 municipal residents as of 2021 and a population of about 1.5 million. Seville has the warmest climate in continental Europe, with July being the average high-temperature month, reaching 35°C. It is also the warmest major metropolis in Europe and Spain. Winters are mild. The coldest months of the year are December and January, with average maximum temperatures of 16 to 17 °C.

Seville, initially a town in Iberian, flourished as Hispalis under the Romans starting in the second century BCE and served as the provincial capital of Baetica. Early in the 5th century C.E., the Silingi Vandals named it their country's capital, but in 461, it came under Visigothic control. Today, Seville is renowned for its architecture and Flamenco dance worldwide.

The city is best known for its rich history, cultural heritage, monuments and festivals. Seville has three of UNESCO's world heritage sites: the Alcázar palace complex, the Cathedral and the General Archive of Indies. Other than these heritage sites in Seville, there are many other attractions like St Mary Cathedral, La Giralda, The Church of Saint Louis of France, Torre del Oro, Museum of Fine Arts of Seville etc.

Apart from this, this city's culture is one of a kind. Seville is the birthplace of some of Spain's most well-known customs, including bullfighting and flamenco dancing. The town is a fine blend of Jewish, Christian and Moorish history and architecture and some of the best tapas in southern Spain. Music is an integral part of the city's culture, with various traditional and modern styles being performed in its many bars and clubs. The city is also home to a vibrant art scene, with many renowned art galleries and exhibitions.

Best Areas For Student Accommodation In Seville

Students choose Seville for further education as the city has some of the ebay colleges in Spain. Looking for student accommodations near your preferred university or college is suggested. Here are some of the neighbourhoods where you can find student accommodation:

Santa Cruz, Seville

Known as the centre of Seville's historical and cultural landscape, Santa Cruz is undoubtedly one of the most prominent hotspots for visiting tourists. Santa Cruz is the best choice if you love the lively lifestyle and busy roads. Santa Cruz is one of the best neighbourhoods in Seville if you want to be right in the city's booming atmosphere and cultural heart. This locality is filled with famous landmarks and multiple aesthetic cafes and restaurants. The Future Nest is a student favourite accommodation in Seville.

Alfalfa

Alfalfa is to the north of Santa Cruz and is close to the city centre. This is yet another booming locality. It is the most famous and historic neighbourhood in Seville. It's a pleasant square busy with cafes, restaurants, and social gatherings, making it one of the best neighbourhoods in Seville. Students can visit famous landmarks in this area, like Casa de Pilatos, a Mudéjar-style Andalusian palace.

San Bartolome

San Bartolome is a quiet neighbourhood and affordable right in the city centre. San Bartolome is one of the best neighbourhoods in Seville for those who want the perfect balance of historical streets, greenery, and quiet. The narrow streets of San Bartolome have an evident charm, and although the district lies within the centre of Seville, it is not lacking in greenery. San Bartolome is centred around Plaza de Las Mercedarias, blessed with brightly coloured houses and a flickering of orange trees- just like the perfect antidote to the urban surroundings.

El Arenal

Lying along the Guadalquivir River's eastern banks, El Arenal's neighbourhood is seen as one of Seville's most cosmopolitan districts. El Arenal, which means "the sandbank", derives its name from the sandy nature that the river's east bank once used to have. Aside from El Arenal's historic and cultured feel, it is a neighbourhood full of vibrancy and life. You will find great tapas, restaurants, bars, and booming cafe culture here. This neighbourhood has a thriving social scene and riverside homes, so it has become one of the best neighbourhoods in Seville to settle in.

Cost Of Living In Seville

The student accommodations in Seville include all the bills, and no extra bills are imposed on students. Amber eliminates additional bills and expects only rent from the students. The cost of living for a single student, excluding their student accommodation cost, is about €633 monthly. The cost of living in Seville consists of the list given below.

  1. Food and beverages: €100 to €230 per month
  2. Mobile bills: €20 to €50 per month
  3. Dining: €45 to €95 per month
  4. Entertainment and leisure: €40 to €90 per month
  5. Transportation: €80 to €140 per month
  6. Laundry: €20 to €35 per month
  7. Stationery and Course books: €25 to €60 per month

Travelling In Seville

The public transportation system in Seville is reliable and efficient. You can get around the city by bus, tram, train, or metro. It's easy to get to the city centre and other neighbourhoods.

Buses

Seville has an excellent bus network. Most of the buses leave from Plaza Ponce de Leon, east of the city centre, or Puerta de jeres, south of the city centre. Most people use the Plaza de las Armas as a bus terminal to travel to other Spanish towns; local buses leave the Prado de San Sebastián bus terminal. Tickets for buses can be purchased from the driver (starting at €1.30) or from a kiosk. C1, C2, C3, and C4 city buses travel through and around the centre.

Taxi

Taxis are one of the most efficient means of transport. Seville has access to many taxis which makes travelling in the city easier. Students can use various applications Uber to book a taxi to travel to their preferred location.

Bike

Another handy transport option for students is renting a bike. It costs around €30 per day and €120 per week. Bikes are affordable, and a driver's license is not mandatory here.

Tram

The Metrocentro tram in this historic district of Seville runs for around 1.4 km. The Tram line runs from Plaza Nueva to Avenida de la Constitucion near the cathedral. The tram stops at the Archivo de Indias, the Puerta de Jerez, San Sebastian and San Bernardo.

Metro

Seville has one metro line with 22 stations, and three more stops are currently being built. The line's primary purpose is to link the major areas to the suburbs. The cost of a one-way trip costs around €1.35.

Bicycle

A network of automated bike rental stations spread throughout the city known as Servi bikes. Students have to download an app called "Service" to use this service and pay €10 to use this service for a week. You can use any bike available close to you and park it at any station close to your destination. Trips that last less than 30 minutes are considered free. It costs €1 for the first hour and €2 for each hour you go over 30 minutes.

Student Living And Lifestyle In Seville

Spain's most romantic city has something for everyone, from historic landmarks and quaint neighbourhoods to vibrant nightlife and up-and-coming gastro bars. Living in Seville means having access to many of the amenities of a cosmopolitan city like Madrid or Barcelona but with a small-town feel. The famous flamenco, bullfighting and tapas are hallmarks of Seville, with affordable student accommodations, warm weather and loads of culture.

Seville is a fashionista paradise. The primary shopping stress Sierpes and Tetuan are pedestrian-friendly and feature international brands like H&M and camper cheek by jowl with Spanish fashion houses like Mango, Desigual and Adolfo Domeniguez. Blending in with Seville's cultural fashion, there are fashion markets with gifts like trajes de gitana, the colourful ruffled flamenco dresses, where designers roll out their designs for the many local fairs during spring and summer months. Francos and Puente y Pellon are the most famous streaks to buy souvenirs such as hand-embroidered shawls, accessories and shoes. Apart from the shopping scene, Seville is home to tapas, the city's hallmark dining dish that should not be missed. Another added benefit of living in Seville is you can buy a starter, main course, dessert, bread and a drink for a reasonable price. Many up-and-coming gastro bars throughout the city offer a spin on traditional dishes that are gaining popularity. Coming towards the nightlife in Seville, the town constantly appears among the top places to party in Spain. So get your best shoes on and flamenco dance your way throughout the night.

Tourist Attractions In Seville

Seville, located in Spain, has an excellent assortment of tourist attractions and world heritage sites that make it worth a visit. The city, known for its art galleries, museums and Cathedrals, is a treat to the eyes. Some of the tourist attractions close to student accommodation in Seville are listed below:

  1. Royal Alcazar
  2. Alcazar of Seville
  3. Seville Cathedral and La Giralda
  4. Plaza de Espana
  5. Plaza de Toros
  6. Santa Cruz district and Historical centre
  7. Torre del Oro
  8. Park' Maria Luisa'
  9. Casa de Pilatos

Top Universities In Seville

The city of Seville is home to several world-famous universities and colleges. Numerous students worldwide choose these further educational institutions to receive a complete education. Here's a list of the top universities in Seville:

  1. University of Seville
  2. Pablo Olavide Univrsity
  3. UNIA
  4. University of Extremadura
  5. UGR Granada
  6. University of Cadiz
  7. University of Malaga
  8. University of Cordoba
  9. University of Jaen
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