This hotel is charming, as you will see from other reviews it has a character all of its own, however, it is not suitable for anybody with walking difficulties as you do have to take a small trek to reach your room. Try not to research the hotel too much before you go and allow yourself the wonder of it when you arrive. The reception area is quite basic and our room was very adequate, with a good size bathroom with both bath and shower. Plenty of hot water all of the time, clean towels and very good maid service. Shower gel and shampoo's were supplied but not in an abundace so you may want to get your own supply. There is a TV in the room but you will only get BBC News in English.
The receptionists although very helpful and polite at all times did not go that extra mile in my opinion, they did their job and they did it well but they did not have that "edge".
The breakfast (when you can find the breakfast room!!) is again adequate, it had plenty of variety and you should be able to find something to eat to start your day. You can ask for extra's like a fried egg or an omlette and the staff will cook this for you, but you have to ask.
We travelled in March and the weather was wet but it did not stop us from doing anything and I could imagine that in the heat Seville would be hard work. The hotel is really well situated about a 10 minute walk to the centre where you will find a wonderful selection of restaurants and shops and where you can fill yourself with tapas and wine. The food is lovely, the atmosphere is great, the wine is splendid and you cannot help but enjoy your evening.
We could not change any money in the hotel as they do not have a licence and so needed to find a Bureau de Change, we did find one in the town centre but you may just want to use the cash points, of which there are plenty, rather than travellers cheques.
We did not use the SPA facilities so it would be unfair to comment.
- 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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- Also Known As:
- Las Casas De La Juderia Hotel Seville