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Las Casas de la Juderia

Sevilla, Spain (SVQ)

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Economy Double Room, Annex Building

Economy Double Room, Annex Building

1 queen bed or 2 twin beds
172 sq feet (16 sq meters)

Entertainment - Flat-screen TV with satellite channels
Food & Drink - 24-hour room service and minibar
Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and turndown service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Safe, desk, and iron/ironing board (on request); free rollaway/extra beds and free cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Air conditioning and daily housekeeping
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Double Room (Special Offer)

1 double or 2 twin beds
Features a private patio

Entertainment - Flat-screen TV with satellite channels
Food & Drink - 24-hour room service and minibar
Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and turndown service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Safe, desk, and iron/ironing board (on request); free rollaway/extra beds and free cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Air conditioning and daily housekeeping
Non-Smoking
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Double Room (Special Offer)

1 double or 1 twin bed
Features a private patio

Entertainment - Flat-screen TV with satellite channels
Food & Drink - 24-hour room service and minibar
Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and turndown service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Safe, desk, and iron/ironing board (on request); free rollaway/extra beds and free cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Air conditioning and daily housekeeping
Non-Smoking
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Double Room, Jetted Tub

Double Room, Jetted Tub

1 queen bed or 2 twin beds
172 sq feet (16 sq meters)

Entertainment - Flat-screen TV with satellite channels
Food & Drink - 24-hour room service and minibar
Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and turndown service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Safe, desk, and iron/ironing board (on request); free rollaway/extra beds and free cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Air conditioning and daily housekeeping
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Double with Hydro massage

1 queen bed or 2 twin beds
Entertainment - Flat-screen TV with satellite channels
Food & Drink - 24-hour room service and minibar
Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and turndown service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Safe, desk, and iron/ironing board (on request); free rollaway/extra beds and free cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Air conditioning and daily housekeeping
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Romantic Double room

1 double bed
Entertainment - Flat-screen TV with satellite channels
Food & Drink - 24-hour room service and minibar
Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and turndown service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Safe, desk, and iron/ironing board (on request); free rollaway/extra beds and free cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Air conditioning and daily housekeeping
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Double Room

Double Room

1 queen bed or 2 twin beds
172 sq feet (16 sq meters)

Entertainment - Flat-screen TV with satellite channels
Food & Drink - 24-hour room service and minibar
Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and turndown service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Safe, desk, and iron/ironing board (on request); free rollaway/extra beds and free cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Air conditioning and daily housekeeping
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Superior Double or Twin Room

Superior Double or Twin Room

1 double bed or 2 twin beds
226 sq feet (21 sq meters)

Layout - Separate living room
Entertainment - Flat-screen TV with satellite channels
Food & Drink - 24-hour room service and minibar
Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and turndown service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Safe, desk, and iron/ironing board (on request); free rollaway/extra beds and free cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Air conditioning and daily housekeeping
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Junior Suite

Junior Suite

1 king bed or 2 twin beds
280 sq feet (26 sq meters)

Entertainment - Flat-screen TV with satellite channels
Food & Drink - 24-hour room service and minibar
Sleep - Premium bedding, blackout drapes/curtains, and turndown service
Bathroom - Private bathroom, shower/tub combination, free toiletries, and a hair dryer
Practical - Safe, desk, and iron/ironing board (on request); free rollaway/extra beds and free cribs/infant beds available on request
Comfort - Air conditioning and daily housekeeping
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Las Casas de la Juderia
Calle Santa Maria La Blanca 3, Seville, Spain 41004

Rooms
Make yourself at home in one of the 178 individually decorated guestrooms, featuring minibars and flat-screen televisions. Satellite television is provided for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with shower/tub combinations feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping is provided daily.

Amenities
Relax at the full-service spa, where you can enjoy massages, body treatments, and facials. This hotel also features complimentary wireless Internet access and concierge services.

Dining
Satisfy your appetite at the hotel's restaurant, which serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Dining is also available at a coffee shop/caf, and 24-hour room service is provided. Relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge or a poolside bar.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a computer station, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. This hotel has 4 meeting rooms available for events. Limited parking is available onsite.

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Know Before You Go

  • Cash transactions at this property cannot exceed EUR 2500, due to national regulations. For further details, please contact the property using information in the booking confirmation.
  • Reservations are required for massage services and spa treatments. Reservations can be made by contacting the hotel prior to arrival, using the contact information on the booking confirmation.

Fees

The following fees and deposits are charged by the property at time of service, check-in, or check-out.

  • Fee for buffet breakfast: EUR 16.50 per person (approximately)
  • Valet parking fee: EUR 24 per day

The above list may not be comprehensive. Fees and deposits may not include tax and are subject to change.

AMENITIES:
  • 24 Hour Room Service
  • 24-Hour Front Desk
  • Coffee Shop
  • Complimentary Coffee
  • Concierge Desk
  • Dry Cleaning Service
  • Elevator / Lift
  • Laundry Services/Laundry Facility
  • Library / Video Library
  • Lounge/Bar
  • Multilingual Staff
  • Outdoor Pool
  • Outdoor Seasonal Pool
  • Poolside Bar
  • Porter / Bellhop
  • Spa Services
(+) = Additional fees may apply for the use of these amenities.
(*) = Free, some restrictions may apply

Based on 2253 reviews
from Paris, France
Submitted on 18-05-2016
Lovely hotel with old style rooms.. the hotel bought little houses nearby so each extension has its own character! Located right in the centre of seville, close to the historic monuments and the night life.
from
Submitted on 18-05-2016
Just leaving this hotel on VBT itinerary. Very comfortable, unique rooms in multiple but attached buildings. Service efficient, breakfast offering is excellent and food quality very nice. Many options to wat, drink. Less than 10 nine walk to Cathedral and Alcazar Gardens and "castle"... You should enjoy this hotel. Very nice and team is very friendly.
from UK
Submitted on 18-05-2016
Friendly service, good room, exceptional public areas for sitting whether in one of the many courtyards or the main lounge and an excellent location, Breakfast was fine but served in a basement room. We had a room about half way down the site. We had no problem finding it again but you do have to do a bit of memory work to negotiate all the courtyards. Some more signage to receiption and the different houses would definitely be helpful.
from Manchester, United Kingdom
Submitted on 21-05-2016
Having booked a double bed got two singles but when we asked for a double it was no trouble at all. Management excellent. Drinks and snacks on arrival. Excellent location. Very helpful staff. Great room. Superb hotel would definitely recommend.
from
Submitted on 24-05-2016
This hotel is within walking distance of all the sights. There are endless tapas restaurants right out the door. We didn't use a cab at all during our 3 nights here. The hotel itself is very charming. Our room was clean and extremely spacious. The biggest downside was that the bed creaked with every movement and the plumbing from above our room was a little loud. The rest makes up for it though. I would choose this hotel again if we were ever to return to Seville. The overall atmosphere and loca... Read more
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Submitted on 02-06-2016
Had an absolutely lovely stay here. The hotel and all its little patios were fabulous. We stayed in a deluxe room and it was well worth the bit extra. Great location in the old city, very close to both the alcazar and the mesquita. The staff were bey friendly
from Swindon, United Kingdom
Submitted on 04-06-2016
I liked many aspects of this hotel. The maze of old lanes and streets are private to the hotel and make it unique. Little fountains and lots of plants add to the tranquility. You would never know it had over 100 rooms. Our room was dark with a small window onto an alley but it was very clean and welcoming. Bear in mind these are old buildings and while the adaptations are sympathetic it can mean that some facilties have to be shoe-horned in. Our WC was squeezed in a very tight space indeed. The... Read more
from Canberra, Australia
Submitted on 05-06-2016
The hotel is made up a collection of some 20+ houses that stretch back from the entrance. As a result no two rooms are the same, ours was spacious, clean and very comfortable but that did not appear to be the case for all rooms. If you want carpet lined hallways and lifts to you room then this is not a place for you. Instead it has beautiful cobbled open air "laneways" which meander through the property to the rooms. There is also an underground passageway which runs almost the length of the p... Read more
from Australia
Submitted on 07-06-2016
Ok, so I accept the historical significance of this hotel. 13 century buildings from the old Jewish quarter cobbled together to for a hotel. Lots of passages, antiques, little nooks and crannies, but well the rooms are not well kept. There is old and their is maintenance. Our room (2) was just off a main thoroughfare which was good because we didn't manage to get lost. The room was uninspiring with a very strong damp smell. I could not use my bedside table as everything just slide right off. Fi... Read more
from
Submitted on 07-06-2016
We stayed here for 6 nights. We were put into a room where there was barely enough room to walk. Since we were here for a six night stay We asked to switch and were moved into a larger room. The neighborhood is ideal for exploring, eating and shopping. It was also quite central to major attractions as well as day trip pickups! We loved the Antique and old style atmosphere. Housekeeping could have been improved. Glasses were never cleaned and twice I had to ask for toilet paper. Would I stay her... Read more
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 20-06-2016
I loved this hotel with it's unique maze of corridors and courtyards. The rooms are lovely and the bathrooms have a jacuzzi bath plus a separate walk in shower .The breakfast was excellent in a very picturesque setting . The staff were very helpful . The rooftop pool/bar is ideal for the end of a hot day sightseeing . I would definitely recommend this hotel.
from york
Submitted on 20-06-2016
This hotel is a warren of tunnels, courtyards filled with flowers and fountains, old stone carvings, patios and Spanish architecture. The room was large with wooden beams, three windows, a safe, fridge and very comfortable beds. We had a shower and a bath. Perfecto! Breakfast is served in the cool basement and has fresh fruit, cooked bacon, eggs and cold meats and cheeses. Even chilled cava on offer if you fancy? The pool area on the roof has a bar and there are free towels. Next door is the bea... Read more
from Hove, United Kingdom
Submitted on 21-06-2016
This hotel is absolutely breathtaking. It is arranged as a series of houses linked by interconnecting courtyards which are full of beautiful flowers and waterfalls. Cannot recommend this place enough. The location is perfect as you are 10 mins walk to the Alcazar and Cathedral. We will be back!!
from Penkridge
Submitted on 21-06-2016
My partner booked here at the start of our holiday, we spent 3 nights. The hotel is on several levels with numerous small courtyards and lots of plants. The staff were excellent and attentive, they were able to offer advice and tips, when sightseeing. The hotel has a rooftop swimming pool, it is small and gets crowded at the end of the day to cool off. There was always a seat available, but sun loungers we're usually occupied. The location of the hotel is great close to all the main sights withi... Read more
from Long Beach, California
Submitted on 21-06-2016
We wanted to experience the stay at the old Jewish quarters. The underground tunnels to get to your room was amazing and many artifacts throughout the complex was unique. The patios and potted planters was lovely. The room was well appointed with a huge bathroom. Breakfast provided so many choices, from salmon, eggs, fresh fruits, breads, pastries and more. Wifi was weak in our room, but stronger in the common area. Great location, restaurants across the street, easy walking through town. ... Read more
from London
Submitted on 29-06-2016
What an extraordinary place. You'd not want to explain it until navigating the slow reception to the depths beyond that reveal secret terraces through cobbled walkways, surprise rooms, cranky stairs, a pool on a roof, the adjacent church. Quite a hideaway in the prettiest, historic centre, beyond the urban noise and sad skyrise blocks from the motorway and airport. Once into Santa Cruz, you wriggle and find car parking. Historic Seville is so fascinating, churches, cathedrals, tapas bars a... Read more
from
Submitted on 29-06-2016
This hotel is our favourite of all the hotels we have ever stayed in. Apart from it being so unique and interesting, the rooms are just fabulous, spotlessly clean, comfortable bed, really well designed and furnished. The bathroom was superb. The breakfasts were so good too, freshly squeezed orange juice, the real McCoy stuff not cheap carton stuff, freshly baked bread rolls and pastries, top notch charcuterie, fresh fruit and yoghurt. Yum yum. We had a travelzoo deal which made it unbelievable ... Read more
from Brisbane, Australia
Submitted on 29-06-2016
This very Spanish hotel is wonderful, you spend hours simply wandering and taking in its true beauty, underground tunnels SO beautifully decorated, take lots of photo storage! You will need it! I was awed repeatedly at every turn, ancient pillars, beautiful vines climbing up walls, water fountains, it is majestic without the pomp and ceremony... A swimming pool on top of one of the roofs, but go early as not a lot of chairs or sun loungers.... A huge sprawling property that isn't all together,... Read more
from Liverpool, United Kingdom
Submitted on 30-06-2016
What a fantastic hotel - it's a four star hotel but it definitely deserves five. The rooms are spacious and tastefully decorated. The hotel has beautiful courtyards, fountains and reception areas that add a wow factor. A swim in the rooftop pool was the perfect way to round off a day of sightseeing. We really enjoyed our stay and would recommend it to anyone visiting Seville.
from Barnstaple
Submitted on 01-07-2016
We returned to Sevilla exactly one year on. No hesitation in re-booking Las Casa de la Judeira. Met a couple of friends there for a 2 night stay. They loved it, we loved it. Hotel seems to have had a refurb. with all areas looking smart and tidy. Fantastic location to take in all the sights of Sevilla. Quirky, fascinating, love the pool experience at the end of a hot day. May take breakfast out on next visit as it broadens the experience.
from Closter, New Jersey
Submitted on 02-07-2016
I'm trying to write the review while their Wi Fi works intermediate. The first room we got was in small crappy attic. Then they switched us to a better room, but still small, of course with a much higher price. Whoever thinks it's a 4 star hotel is wrong. It's probably around 2.5
from Solihull, England
Submitted on 03-07-2016
Situated in the heart of the old Jewish quarter, finding it with your sat nav will be the first problem. Once there you can take advantage of the valet parking for ?25 per day. The hotel itself is a maze of corridors and alleys so finding your way back at night can be in interesting. Our room was beautiful with Moorish decoration. Outside was a communal sitting room which lead into a courtyard with more tables and chairs for all to use. The location is great for walking to the Cathedral a... Read more
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 03-07-2016
Charming hotel and unique in so many ways. Great location in relation to all the principal sites. Don't be put off by the reception area which is a little dark. Quirky pool and bar on the roof which over looks roof tops and city. Our room was very comfortable especially the bed. AC worked a treat on a hot visit. Toilet very cramped in a small space but other than that shower and bath was fine Breakfast was fairly standard in a most unusual basement area - service was good considering the hotel ... Read more
from Madrid, Spain
Submitted on 05-07-2016
The original old houses are wonderful, as the patios that connect them. However, there is a long grotto-like tunnel with "pompeian" frescoes that they could have spared us. I had a single room that was small but adequate, nicely decorated, and with a comfortable bed. I would recommend it. I'm sure they have other larger, airier rooms.
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 06-07-2016
An absolutely wonderful hotel, close to all the major sights. The rooftop pool was an added bonus! Be warned if you have a car that there is a daily charge of 25 Euros which wasn't clear when the booking was made.
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 06-07-2016
Las casas is exactly that - a small neighbourhood of houses from the Jewish quarter of Seville dating back to the 1300s joined together by public spaces (some with fountains, small tables and chairs and sun screens overhead) and short tunnels (under a couple of narrow streets). Furnished with antiques (furniture, prints, objects) and in a great location for sightseeing and eating/drinking. A pool on the roof and the most comfortable bed so far (in 6 weeks of travelling).
from england
Submitted on 07-07-2016
This hotel has the wow factor, beautiful courtyards, underground tunnels. antique furniture and relics from the past. A lovely roof top pool and the hotel is in a great location for old seville. Very expensive parking, a mediocre breakfast and some unhelpful staff are the only things against it.
from Leverkusen, Germany
Submitted on 08-07-2016
This was a perfect hotel for a city trip, very nicely located in the very old part of the city , all in walking distance, the staff was very helpful , we felt very welcomed, the rooms are quite nice , for an old building surprisingly big and comfortable, A/C worked well which was needed during the extremly hot summer months, they have a nice pool area , we didn´t try the breakfast as there are plenty of oportunities to have coffee very close , If you want to visit Cordoba for sigth seeing thi... Read more
from Bucharest, Romania
Submitted on 10-07-2016
After a perfect 2-nights stay at the sister Casas de la Juderia in Cordoba we arrived to Sevilla with high expectations. The place is as expected: full of character, amazing lobby with genuine old furniture, charming arcades and courtyards. A lovely maze to get lost in. However, compared to its sister hotel in Cordoba, this one needs revamp. Initially we've been checked in a room with a heavy smell, probably due to old furniture and carpets. We coulnd't get rid of it despite the air conditioning... Read more
from Godstone, United Kingdom
Submitted on 10-07-2016
This hotel boasts a great location in central Seville within easy walking distance to all main attractions with a good selection of bars and restaurants opposite. The hotel offers all the charm of a traditional Spanish residence bordering on quirky! Originally a complex of over 20 houses this beautifully converted hotel is linked by passageways and courtyards filled with an array of flowers, plants and seating areas. There are lifts if you want to avoid some of the narrow stairways but beware, t... Read more
from Strathbogie, Australia
Submitted on 13-07-2016
The idea of getting lost finding your room may not immediately appeal, but in this place it is a lot of fun! It is a quirky and also tasteful hotel with heaps of character set in the old town close to the must see sites. Our room was comfortable and clean and the breakfast buffet was good. Wifi was only available in common areas, but there were several of these comfortable areas to choose from and all were pleasant sitting spots.
from Kingston Upon Thames
Submitted on 14-07-2016
Came here two years ago and were suitably wowed; the shared interiors and courtyards are stunning and provide respite from 40C heat. Room - ok; "faded grandeur" about covers it. Wifi useless but air-con and shower fine. But....the service personnel take "gruff" to a whole new level. Come on, ladies and gentlemen - would it be so hard to smile? Maybe pay has been cut; maybe working in such a complex and ancient hotel is stressful... I don't know - but clearly something's wrong. And it's not a Sev... Read more
from Montreal, Canada
Submitted on 14-07-2016
Cute spot! Adored the ambience and the decor. The rooftop pool is beautiful except there are usually kids jumping in all over the place. I would recommend that they make a "no jumping/diving rule" to keep things relaxing for the couples and adults. :) otherwise a perfect stay!
from Hughenden
Submitted on 15-07-2016
We had a 3 bedroomed villa on the other side of the marina. Really lovely small bedrooms but huge terrace at the front and a small pool at the back. There are some bungalows being built behind but it didn't really affect us. Villa very clean. Hotel breakfast very good. Plenty of sun beds.. Personally we didn't like the Balinese beds too hot. Service round the pool was good. Lovely barman Jon Jon. Had lunch one day wasn't impressed to be honest. Dj arrived at 12.30 every day.. Music was not intru... Read more
from Sth Aust
Submitted on 16-07-2016
This was certainly a different type of accommodation. Our room was quite small and over whelmingly decorated but comfortable and suitable for our 2 night stay.The location was excellent as close to many eateries and sights. The staff were very helpful. The maze to get to and from your room is an experience by itself and 2 days were not enough in this beautiful city.
from Wellington, New Zealand
Submitted on 17-07-2016
It is not often you stay in a hotel where people regularly get lost finding their room, or trying to get to breakfast however in doing so you discover so many unique spaces, terraces, corners, Roman history, courtyard gardens and hidden delights. In fact this is a hotel that you need to take time to explore and to discover. In doing so we found a delightful rooftop pool and terrace complete with bar service. Many of the public spaces are beautiful and full of history and delight. We were on the... Read more
from
Submitted on 19-07-2016
This hotel gives you so much more than just the thrill of good sleep. It is a history lesson of the real Sevilla, but also our common history as well. How to live side by side despite differences in family structure and religion is on display in this area. There are a high standard of rooms, services like the pool and spa, and also the service given from all who works here.
from Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Submitted on 20-07-2016
We stayed here for two nights. First impressions of this hotel is that it is set in the traditional quarter of Seville. Parking was a little chaotic, though Pedro the porter helped us out. At first the room was not available but we went out for lunch and then returned to the hotel a little later. The hotel is amazing warren of corridors and the room was great with a separate bedroom and sitting room. Breakfast was good. We sides the pool, however it really is an adults pool and not necessa... Read more
from Tilburg, The Netherlands
Submitted on 21-07-2016
I stayed in Las Casa de la Juderia and I had a great holiday! The location is perfect to discover Seville city center. The hotel is amazing: little buildings with inner gardens. The rooms are clean and the air conditioning works perfectly. I had some problems with WiFi connections but, personally, I did not mind because I was there on holidays without the need to check regularly my mail! The breakfast was rich and tasty. I enjoyed spend some time every day in the terrace with the swimming pool! ... Read more
from Preston
Submitted on 22-07-2016
Just returned from a three night stay with my husband and adult son. We had two adjacent standard double rooms just as I requested. The rooms were larger than expected and very comfortable, immaculately clean with excellent aircon. They are featured on the hotel website but I don not think the photos do them justice. bathrooms were spacious and immaculate with lots of hot water, shower, whirlpool bath. The hotel itself was very easy to find, superb location in the historic part of the city withi... Read more
from Utrecht, The Netherlands
Submitted on 23-07-2016
The hotel is in the middle of the old centre of Sevilla, which makes it perfect for visiting the highlights. The old houses and the terraces makes it you feel like in a small village. We had rooms 5 and 7 which were not too far from entrance and pool. The room is quiet, good airconditioned and not too big, but still has a nice size for a few days visit. Pool terrace is not very big (of course) but nice for a quick cooling swim at the end of the day. Getting a sun bed is more difficult because th... Read more
from Leyburn, United Kingdom
Submitted on 23-07-2016
Centrally placed for exploring the heart of Seville, this one time 30 room hotel has grown, like Topsy, to expand into neighbouring properties as and when they could be bought up. The result is a bewildering maze of passageways, mini-courtyards, and back alleys which lead guests to one of the 200 rooms it now boasts. The rooms, once located, are spacious, well furnished and very clean, but a route map is needed to find your way to the subterranean breakfast room, which is the least attractive p... Read more
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Submitted on 24-07-2016
This hotel is super charming. Right in the Santa Cruz neighborhood! Close to everything. Staff was friendly and helpful. The only thing I didn't like was that the wifi connection is not available in the bedrooms. If you want to use the internet you have to go to common areas. Other than that really good hotel.
from Whangarei, New Zealand
Submitted on 25-07-2016
Loved this Hotel with little courtyards, tunnels and alleyways. Service was excellent and very helpful staff. The swimming pool and rooftop bar were great apart from the flies. Too hot up there during the heat of the day though.
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Submitted on 25-07-2016
We stayed here for two nights. Booked two rooms. Each room is decorated differently and has beautiful and spacious bathrooms with bathtubs and showers designed in ornate stonework. Bathrooms and rooms had beautiful Windows and decor. The hotel itself is an ochre yellow group of small houses interconnected and with beautiful courtyard bursting with flowers and greenery. The breakfast buffet is great too. We loved the location within the winding streets if the old city and a stone's throw from the... Read more
from Dublin, Ireland
Submitted on 26-07-2016
This was not our first choice when we were looking for a hotel for our short break in Seville. We were limited as we believed it would be difficult staying in a hotel in Seville in mid July without an outdoor pool (don't do this by the way ... It was boiling hot and a pool is a must!). Agree with all the reviews on the tunnels and courtyards .. They were all lovely and very Spanish. However I just loved returning to this hotel every day after a long day spent sightseeing. It had such a lovely r... Read more
from Melbourne, Australia
Submitted on 29-07-2016
Beautiful, magic hotel located in the old part of Seville and within walking distance to tourist attractions. The hotel is made up of several houses separated by courtyards and little pathways. All houses are different and from my understanding all rooms are different. The décor is absolutely stunning and I found myself taking pictures of every little beautiful detail. Only downfall was our room, which was dark and not very appealing (room 33 from memory). While small, the beds were comfo... Read more
from Bournemouth, United Kingdom
Submitted on 30-07-2016
Well, read the reviews and managed to book the dates we wanted. Everything we thought and more. This place is amazin! Quirky and original. The hotel is made up of 27 houses, joined by a series of courtyards, lifts, stairs, an underground tunnel, a roof top bar and pool. All rooms are individual, we were lucky and had a trace that led had step leading to two more roof top terraces. Views over the roof tops to the Cathedral too. Air conditioning too. You won't be disappointed. Will definitely ... Read more
from Sheffield
Submitted on 30-07-2016
We arrived to a bit of a nightmare for parking. Second time around Seville we found the hotel but could not park the car to take advantage of valet parking. 2 spaces down the road for hotel being used by taxis. Ended up 2km away so paying more for parking plus 2 taxi rides. When we finally arrived the staff and hotel were lovely. BUT avoid room 66. It is wedged shaped and the bathroom tiny. If you can't touch you toes or are obese then you are not going to have a shower Shower floor was dirty a... Read more
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Submitted on 04-08-2016
Really enjoyed our 5 night stay, very hot obviously so great to explore in the morning and head for the roof top pool from 12. Gets busy quickly and not many sun beds so be patient. Also expensive throughout hotel, especially when local bars, restaurants, snack outlets close by... Enjoyed our stay and would return! Room decent enough - no balcony - and plenty of relaxation areas...
from Cupertino, California
Submitted on 05-08-2016
This is a very interesting hotel due to its layout and we found it quite exciting - esp for my 10 year old son. The hotel is owned by a local duke so the common areas are very well decorated, rather large for a European city, and charming. You have to go through a lot of underground tunnels to get to your room. We stayed there for four days. The front-desk staff was very friendly at all times. Our room was very quiet and comfortable. The breakfast was quite adequate and the restaurant/lobby/lou... Read more
from Fleckney, United Kingdom
Submitted on 05-08-2016
The room was lovely, clean and spacious , shower excellent, staff excellent, even the cleaners were happy to guide you when you got a tad disorientated! ??? If you love quirky you will love this place if you want to visit seville and be in an excellent location this is the place to be!! Love the place!! Will be back ???
from
Submitted on 07-08-2016
We recently stayed 4 nights in this beautiful Hotel in the Jewish quarter of Seville. Our room was No. 36 and wow large and spacious four poster bed separate dressing room and large bathroom two sinks spa bath and large separate shower and air conditioning kept our room lovely and cool in the 40 degree heat. Only negative side was no view from the room as our windows overlooked a narrow alleyway. However there were lots of little patios and terraces to sit out on dotted around the Hotel. The big... Read more
from Hertfordshire
Submitted on 09-08-2016
We thoroughly enjoyed our short stay at Casas de la Juderia. The hotel is located in the heart of Seville and consists of 27 houses from the city's old jewish quarter which are linked through passageways, hidden courtyards, corridors and stairwells Our room on the 3rd floor (No 85) with a beamed ceiling was spacious and well furnished with a huge bed, sitting area, two comfortable armchairs along with side tables and desk. The large bathroom had two sinks, spa bath and large separate shower. Th... Read more
from Bozeman, Montana
Submitted on 09-08-2016
I had a lovely courtyard suite. My room was beautiful and comfortable.The hotel is wonderfully situated in the Jewish quarter where all the history and site seeing is. I recommend reviewing the map options as the one the front desk gave me was not the best map available-I paid for that one on the street. But once armed with map and map quest I had a blast walking through the old town.
from Southampton
Submitted on 10-08-2016
To get the only downside out of the way first ?? no kettle / coffee /tea making facilities in the room, I understand they used to have this facility but no longer. Always nice to have a tea / coffee when you fancy one ??first thing in the morning / late night ?? available via room service - expensive and takes ages ! even charging ?3.50 for hot water!. However everything else about the hotel was wonderful. A quirky set up with interlinking, peaceful courtyards and underground passages, the... Read more
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Submitted on 12-08-2016
We stayed for 5 days last weekend. We had room 210, which was a large patio room on the first floor. Very quiet apart from when we had a siesta and the cleaners whose cupboard was next to our room would make some noise. Air conditioning was efficient and quiet. The hotel is amazing with numerous individual patios and different corridors. Breakfast was good with staff attentive and polite. The hotel is in an excellent position with the cathedral nearby. Make sure you have a good map as you will... Read more
from Paris, France
Submitted on 13-08-2016
The hotel is ideally located in the core of the historic city, 5 min walk to the great cathedral and the Alcazar. A parking is available but it's expensive (24? per day). The rooms are quite spacious and very comfortable. You might get lost in the maze of corridors to get to it! All rooms are organized around typical patios which make them unique. The rooftop pool is highly appreciated given the high temperatures in the city in summer. Breakfast is very expensive (20?) and served in an under... Read more
from Kuta, Indonesia
Submitted on 14-08-2016
We stayed in this hotel for four nights. It was a very quaint old world style hotel. I found it really frustrating that you could only get wifi in the hallway outside your room, but the poolside but only in certain areas. There was a library downstairs where you could access wifi, even in the breakfast room, it was impossible to get onto wifi. Breakfast was a good selection of hot and cold dishes. They had a pool area with a bar, it was almost impossible to get a lounge chair as pool area w... Read more
from Gandia, Spain
Submitted on 17-08-2016
I visited this hotel last year and gave a good review commenting only that the wifi was rubbish and almost non existent. The manager replied and assured me that this was being remedied and that wifi would be extended to every room. This was a lie. I have visited again just last week and the wifi is as bad as ever. I was told it was difficult to obtain a good signal through the walls of old houses. This too is untrue. On this trip I have stayed in four, centuries old, Paradores with walls four to... Read more
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Submitted on 17-08-2016
This is a collection of about 20+ old buildings all made in to a hotel. You wander around little courtyards and through arches to find your rooms - and need a map to find the reception again! Really well located in the heart of the old city (about 10 minutes walk from the Cathedral) - this is a good spot with friendly service and comfortable beds. The rooms are a little tired in terms of furnishings etc - but that is all part of the charm of being in such an eclectic mix of buildings. The ro... Read more
from Bromley
Submitted on 05-09-2016
What a wonderful hotel! The friendly and efficient staff were beyond helpful. On saying that, all the people of Seville are incredibly friendly and helpful. The decor and layout of the hotel is a delight as well as being tranquil and a joy to explore the typically Moorish courtyards, nooks and crannies.
from st. laurent (Quebec)
Submitted on 05-09-2016
The hotel has a grandeur about it reflective I suppose of seville's glorious architectural past. A group of two story units connected by large and small courtyards (many of large size adorned with small and large flower pots and a couple of small fountains). a great quality breakfast and pleasant staff.Location is also a plus within easy walking distance of the awsome Cathedral and other beautiful landmarks. I do however have two observations:as some of the units are hard to find (for s... Read more
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Submitted on 07-09-2016
My husband and I stayed here for our 10th wedding anniversary, and I think about our stay often. We absolutely loved the uniqueness of this hotel and enjoyed exploring all the little passageways and taking in the view of Sevilla from the roof. The hotel is in a great location, allowing us to explore Sevilla by foot. We saw a flamenco show, visited the cathedral (beware the gypsies outside), and many other sites. We loved Sevilla, especially the wonderful smell of the orange trees along the s... Read more
from Sint-Niklaas, Belgium
Submitted on 08-09-2016
This isn't just a hotel this is a feeling. I booked this hotel for the beautiful pictures but when I was there the most I liked it didn't felt like a citytrip . It was like I was on a holiday in a little village. Reading a book in the patio , swimming in the rooftop pool and strolling around in the streets of seville . The chamber give me an efteling feeling and the breakfast was good . Fresh orange juice , cava etc... One minor detail , the scrambled eggs were really awful. The hotel has a nice... Read more
from Swindon, United Kingdom
Submitted on 10-09-2016
Initially this hotel felt like a maze, being made up of a number of old houses, surrounding beautiful courtyards.To reach our rooms we were initially led through an underground passage, with various wall decorations and features, including a bath with constantly running water. Our rooms were clean, and sufficiently spacious, with comfortable beds. The shower was great! Air conditioning worked well. Breakfast was superb, with a variety of choices - cheeses and hams, cereals, cooked, pastries, an... Read more
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Submitted on 10-09-2016
Stayed 2 nights in September. Hotel is definitely quirky, in a good way, with lots of corridors meandering through courtyards as you try to find your room. Room itself was large and clean. Bathroom was very small with the shower and toilet crammed into a very small space. Breakfast is in the basement which is when you discover that there are indeed MANY people staying at the hotel (you don't hear or see them otherwise). Location is very convenient to most of the tourist sites.
from Canmore, Canada
Submitted on 11-09-2016
For an upscale hotel Las Casas de la Juderia is lacking some basic amenities - besides no window in our room to speak of. There is one into the walkway along the courtyard and one tiny one in the bathroom, nether of which are at all useful. And no wifi in the bedrooms and poor access in the public spaces. There are also no hairdryers of any use. They have those super cheap types that are worse than useless. The hotel offers an expensive breakfast - 16? and poolside beers are 4? compared to 1... Read more
from London, United Kingdom
Submitted on 13-09-2016
Let's start with the positives: Great location. The pool is awesome. The hotel is interesting and quirky. And the staff were friendly. And then where this hotel needs to improve: This doesn't feel like a 4 star hotel. The rooms are not great. I asked to change my room as I didn't like the first one I was given. The staff helpfully moved me the following day to a slightly better one. Wifi - It's unacceptable in 2016 that a hotel does not provide adequate wifi for guests. No wifi at all in t... Read more
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Submitted on 16-09-2016
If your criteria for a hotel are like mine: great location, comfortable and quiet rooms (I use the room basically for sleeping - I'm visiting to see the sights not the hotel room), has great staff knowledgeable about their city, has a expansive breakfast (I load up on breakfast since I'm never sure when, or if, I will be having lunch) and is suffused with the singular atmosphere of its locale - then this is the hotel for you in Seville. The hotel is an assemblage of contiguous historic houses ... Read more
from New York City, New York
Submitted on 16-09-2016
We booked through an upscale travel agent and were given a superb room, room number one. It was very large with lots of closet space and drawers. We had a sofa and several chairs. The bathroom was large and had a bidet and a jacuzzi in the tub. This room was next to a courtyard with ample seating and tables. It was convenient to the reception and to the breakfast rooms. Breakfast was excellent with lots of choices. After sightseeing we used the rooftop pool which was fabulous. We also had lunch... Read more
from Dijon, France
Submitted on 16-09-2016
The hotel is very nice with a very nice location near Alcazar and giralda. The bedroom was good. The big bad point of this hotel was the SPA: Massage are very bad, we paid for spa and massage: the time in the spa was reduced by 15 min and the quality of the massage was very very very poor and shorter than expected (same feeling of the 2 of us visiting the SPA).
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Submitted on 17-09-2016
This old hotel property is located in the hearth of Seville old district and encompasses about three real blocks of buildings connected by a labyrinth of tunnels, iron doors and stairways. You will have either a frustrating or fabulous experience depending on your emotional approach to the experience. Don't lose you map! The rooms are authentic with updates like air conditioning but vary wildly in size and appointments. We liked it for its authenticity and locals clearly thought it's a top hotel... Read more
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Submitted on 17-09-2016
We stayed here for 4 nights in September and it is just lovely. An unusual hotel, with a warren of corridors and courtyards. It's very green, full of plants with a lovely rooftop pool. Rooms are large and comfortable. If you want something different and relaxing this is a great hotel to come to. It is great location within easy walking distance of all the main tourist attractions. I would recommend the Devour food tour which meets a 12 min walk from the hotel under 'mushroom'.
from Northampton, United Kingdom
Submitted on 18-09-2016
What a totally unique hotel. 27 houses in the old Jewish quarter of Seville joined into one very beautiful hotel. Courtyards full of flowers and plants. Rooms are very good and beds are comfortable. Staff are very pleasant and knowledgeable. I would not hesitate to recommend this hotel.. however you may need to take some string to find your way through the maze of courtyards and passageways for the first couple of times when trying to find your room.
from Canterbury, United Kingdom
Submitted on 18-09-2016
Our first impression of the reception area was that it was rather dark and imposing. The staff however were helpful and friendly and we were very thankful that there was a porter on hand to guide us to our room. This place really is a warren of courtyards and what must have been mediaeval streets and if you are used to modern hotels it does take a bit of getting used to. Our room overlooked a courtyard and everything seemed to be very peaceful and quiet. The room was stuffed full of antique ... Read more
from Foster, Australia
Submitted on 19-09-2016
This hotel as other reviews mention is quirky and in a great location - but there are some downsides. Be aware that this hotel is now a tourist bus stop over and the lobby bar, reception and courtyards can be chock full of people and luggage being marshalled on and off buses and having meet and greets. The courtyards are gorgeous and a welcome relief from the heat of Seville - but in our house all the rooms opened onto a gorgeous courtyard and we all flung our windows open (lovely security gri... Read more
from Leigh, United Kingdom
Submitted on 21-09-2016
Fabulous hotel , perfect location, great room , great roof top pool not huge but guessing most people were sightseeing so was only busy late afternoon . Yes a very quirky Hotel, but very beautifully Spanish styled , absolutely loved it , the staff were fantastic, possible downside our room was on a cobble corridor so quite noisy if suitcases were being wheeled past but only happened a couple of times, and yes depending where your room is can be a little dark but on the plus side at 95deg outsi... Read more
from Woking, United Kingdom
Submitted on 21-09-2016
A really lovely place to stay, very clean and full of history. every corner there was something of interest. We can not praise the staff enough as they were very friendly and helpful no matter the time of the day. Always welcoming us with a smile. Breakfast was wonderful, loads of choice, the best I've ever seen in a hotel. The hotel generally was better than we could have hoped for and was situated within a really short walking distance of the cathedral and the palace, Perfect!!!
from Lisle, Illinois
Submitted on 21-09-2016
Las Casas de la Juderia Hotel provided an unusual experience with its history, architecture, and elegance. Each section was different, but all sections connected by an underground tunnel used many years ago during the Jewish sequestration. Hotel lobby and restaurant welcoming and prices reasonable.
from Worthing, United Kingdom
Submitted on 21-09-2016
We went to Seville for the 2nd time and chose this hotel, well it certainly was the right choice. It is in the heart of the city, close enough to walk to all our destinations, friendly staff too, but most impressive of all was the actual building, a total maze of different houses all somehow connected together , great ambience and a bed to die for in the room itself, i had to hop in to it to get on the matress. We loved it !!!, if there is a 3rd Seville visit, this will be our hotel of choice.
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