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“Beautiful Hotel in Seville's Old City”

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Las Casas de la Juderia
Ranked #33 of 175 Hotels in Seville
Certificate of Excellence
Barcelona, Spain
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“Beautiful Hotel in Seville's Old City”
Reviewed April 17, 2012

This hotel is absolutely fantastic! Set in the heart of Seville's Old City/Jewish Quarter, this hotel takes you back to hundreds of years of Spanish history. Winding courtyards lead you from the reception area to corridors surrounded by a beautiful colonial style patio. The standard double room is average -- complete with a 16th century bed!! (Haha) Luckily, the bathroom is still quite modern. The TV in the room didn't work and the WI-FI was very slow but that didn't bother us since Seville is such a beautiful city and there are so many wonderful things to do! The food at the hotel restaurant is superb and the service was excellent - the staff was very attentive, helpful, and friendly. Taxis are easy to find in the area - even at 6am!! Most of Seville's main attractions are within walking distance of Casas de la Juderia.

Room Tip: Suites may be more comfortable than the standard double rooms.
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  • Stayed January 2012, traveled as a couple
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Reviewed April 16, 2012

Back for a third stay in 3 years at Las Casas, just like stepping back into a well remembered dream. The building looked as beautiful as ever, the superbly appointed lounge and reading areas well stocked with snoozing chairs, the quiet cool of the piano bar a welcome contrast to the bustling streets outside. Room 170 (by prior request) welcomed us back, the torrential shower, crisp bed linen and beautiful furniture just as we remembered them. Truly, this is a place to rest; to inhale and let linger the smell of the orange blossom, the taste of Patcheran on ice, the sound of the bells and the sight of the Cathedral at night. A place to remember the importance of being in love, not just with each other but with our city of Seville.

  • Stayed March 2012
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Seattle, Washington
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Reviewed April 16, 2012

Cramped (feet in the shower when using the toilet) bathroom. Microscopic bugs in the shower and on the counter. (We reported them, and nothing was done). Crappy wall mounted hairdryer overheated (I have short hair). Teeny tiny soap bar. Window above the shower bangs freely with the wind, we had to wedge a towel in it.

Beds very hard. Lights required walking across a dark room to put the room key card in the master slot. We stay in hotels 300+ nights a year, and were completely befuddled by the lights. It took us several minutes to turn them on or off. Overstuffed chairs with doilies in #16, room #37 had a hardback chair with a broken bottom.

WiFi spotty, and only available in the lounge. Breakfast was mediocre, hygiene was lacking, with sticky tongs sliding into platters of fruit. Scrambled eggs were inedible. Parking is impossible, hotel entrance is on a narrow one way street with busy traffic. As soon as you stop the car, everyone honks at you.

The ONLY thing this hotel has going for it is location, but there are a lot of hotels in the area. The front desk staff is nice, and yes, the courtyard flowers are pretty. I just don't understand the rave reviews of this place. My husband and I hated it.

Room Tip: Cannot recommend room #37 (where you immediately fall down 2 stairs as you enter the dank room) or...
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  • Stayed April 2012, traveled as a couple
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Venice, CA, USA
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Reviewed April 14, 2012

This is a unique, picturesque and quirky hotel that made my stay in Seville more interesting. This is truly a One of a kind place. And, despite other reviews, I found the breakfast buffet to be tasty and include a good variety of food for anyone's taste - it was certainly more than you will find in most hotels around the world.

  • Stayed April 2012
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Reviewed April 11, 2012

The hedonist speaks again. 
So here we are on a bed that's too small for us with sheets and pillows that aren't perfection and I couldn't be happier. Why? We're staying in a virtual museum. Casas de la Juderia in Sevilla  is a collection of houses (and the tiny streets and courtyards that run between them) from the original Jewish section of Seville that have ancient hand made tiles, and columns, and stone or brick floors/streets/walls/fountains, old statues (some bronze, some stone), amphorae, pieces of ancient walls, original street signs in ancient latin text, framed prints from the 17th/18th/whatever century, handmade doors, low (or, sometimes really high) ceilings, and uneven steps.  Our room overlooks a three story courtyard that has always been a three story courtyard and has almost certainly seen its share of hanging laundry throughout the ages. Outside our door are stone steps leading to a roof overlooking a moorish skyline that includes minarettish roofs and Christian bell towers. The tall building in the distance is the local church. The streets outside are barely 10 feet wide - one car/one way streets that challenge even the most experienced cabby. 
This is not a new hotel built over an archeological site (like the amazing Auberge St. Antoine in Quebec); it's many old buildings, carefully and minimally restored with new beds and showers (and jacuzzis!) added for modern living. Original hand made columns, tiles, and bricks hold together a rabbit warren of buildings. Part of the adventure is memorizing what ancient pathways to take to our room. 
We had dinner last night at the hotel restaurant. Excellent service, delicious food (foie gras, beef cheeks, cockle pasta) beautifully presented and reasonably priced. Dinner for three was about 100€ including wine. 
More adventure ensues on the path to the (included) breakfast area. Breakfast starts at 7:30, and those of us that are early wander gape jawed through the underground tunnels strewn with artifacts from a time before our country was a glint in Queen Isabella's eye. 
Wifi is free in the extremely comfortable library room (where happy hour starts at 4:00) as well as a few adjacent areas. 
It's charming that the (wonderful, efficient, charming) staff, who get to be here every day, seem to be as awed by these surroundings as we are.

  • Stayed April 2012, traveled with friends
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Royston, null, United Kingdom
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Reviewed April 8, 2012

This hotel is a must visit. Totally beautiful, quirky witha suprise round every corner. Perfect location for exploring Seville, would love to return sometime.

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  • Stayed September 2011, traveled on business
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Panama City, Panama
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Reviewed March 27, 2012

If you want to capture the essence of Andalucia, this is your hotel. The hotel is a complex of typical Seville houses linked together by a maze of hallways, all surrounded by bouganvillas and gardenias hanging from windows jutting out in the white- and ocre-colored walls. In Springtime, the smell of orange blooms perfumes the ambience. An old style breakfast room with mudejar mosaics, tapestries and an elegant stairway completes the scene. The rooms are relatively well-furnished but bathrooms are small. All of Seville's attractions are within walking distance in the Santa Cruz neighborhood ---the city's medieval and moorish core. The hotel is a bit pricey but worth it.

  • Stayed April 2011, traveled as a couple
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Property: Las Casas de la Juderia
Address: Calle Santa Maria la Blanca, 5, 41004 Seville, Spain
Location: Spain > Andalucia > Province of Seville > Seville
Amenities:
Bar / Lounge Business Center with Internet Access Restaurant Room Service Spa Suites Swimming Pool Wheelchair access
Hotel Style:
#2 Spa Hotel in Seville
#21 Luxury Hotel in Seville
#34 Romantic Hotel in Seville
#40 Family Hotel in Seville
Price Range (Based on Average Rates): $
Hotel Class:4 star — Las Casas de la Juderia 4*
Number of rooms: 134
Official Description (provided by the hotel):
In the heart of Seville's old jewish quarter, just 6 minutes walking distance from the Cathedral, a modern service and classic decoration converge in the hotel Las Casas de la Juderia. History fills the air in this magnificent ensemble of 27 fifteenth century traditional houses restored to harmoniously reflect the authentic feel of the serpentine neighborhood that surrounds it. The vibrant colors of the 40 patios (typical Andalusian courtyards) and the friendly service mirror the true character of Andalusia. Fountains, statues and roman amphoras decorate the winding passageways that connect the 134 rooms. Las Casas de la Juderia offers an array of services for your enjoyment: a tapas bar and a restaurant both indoors and outdoors, a rooftop swimming pool to enjoy a selection of tapas and cocktails (May-Sept.), Live music in the piano-bar from Thursdays to Sundays, a spa decorated with roman mosaics, several meeting rooms and spaces to organize events, reunions or seminars, and a large breakfast area located in hotel's "Mirror's Hall." Located in the heart of the city center, Las Casas de la Juderia offers a superbly convenient access to some of the most symbolic landmarks of southern Spain such as the Giralda, Reales Alcazares, Casa de Pilatos and Jardines de Murillo. Parking is ensured by our valets. ... more   less 
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