Las Casas de la Juderia
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Ensconced among the winding labyrinth of narrow roads found at the heart of Seville’s old quarter, modern style and classic tradition converge in hotel Las Casas de la Judería. History fills the air in this magnificent Old World style establishment with a superb architectural style which harmoniously reflects the authentic feel of the serpentine neighbourhood that surrounds it. The vibrant colours that dress the hotel’s interiors and the friendly service provided by the friendly staff fantastically mirror the true character of Andalusia.
Formed by an ensemble of traditional Andalusian-style houses, Las Casas de la Judería is characterised by its charming central courtyards dominated by a set of gorgeous fountains. The hotel presents an array of services for your enjoyment, such as live music in the animated piano bar, and a full sized outdoor pool, the perfect place to lie back in and enjoy the sunny climate of southern Spain. Breakfast in the hotel’s “Mirror Hall” helps get the day off to a pleasant start, while a dinner IN EMPORION RESTAURANT elaborated with the finest Mediterranean ingredients is the perfect ending. Add all this to the excellent meeting rooms the hotel offers, and you have the makings for a hotel that is ideal for not only for vacationers, but for business travellers as well.
Located in the heart of Seville, the hotel Las Casas de la Judería offers superbly convenient access to some of the most symbolic attractions in Spain. You will find a vast gamma of the city’s most important monuments within one kilometre of the hotel, such as The Giralda bell tower of the Cathedral, or the Royal Alcázar of Seville, an impressive Moorish-style palace.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service 24hr: Yes
- Non Smoking Rooms
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Parking at Hotel Cost: 16.00 Per Stay
- Open to: Sep
- Open from: Jun
- Free: Yes
- Name: SANTA JUSTA
- Distance: 1 kilometre
- Name: SEVILLE
- Distance: 8 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Baby Listening
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 07:30
- Monday to Friday: 07:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 11:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Children's Menu available
- Nearest Rail Name: Santa Justa Distance: 1 kilometre
- Nearest Airport Name: Seville Distance: 8 kilometres
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 4.5 out of 5 based on 2 reviews
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Breakfast: SuperBreak Breakfast Rating: 3.5 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 4.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 2374 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
3 days in Seville
Stay Date: 25/11/2015, a customer aged 65+ who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
We enjoyed the sights on the 3 days we were in Seville. See more
We enjoyed the sights on the 3 days we were in Seville. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 5 out of 5
- Destination: 4 out of 5
- Sleep: 4 out of 5
- Breakfast: 4 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
- Shopping Centre: 4 out of 5
Short Break in Seville
Stay Date: 18/03/2009, a customer who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
genaral pottering, lots of walking See more
genaral pottering, lots of walking Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 4 out of 5
- Destination: 4 out of 5
- Sleep: 4 out of 5
- Breakfast: 3 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
- Bus Tour: 3 out of 5
- Seville Cathedral: 4 out of 5
- Seville Alcazar: 4 out of 5
- Pilatos house: 5 out of 5
Wake up, management!
Stay Date: 11/2016, ReinhardW wrote this review.
We had been greatly looking forward to our stay in what we thought was quite an iconic hotel. It is resting on its laurels... The idea of buying up and converting adjoining houses in the former Jewish Quarter is praiseworthy but what must have starte… See more
We had been greatly looking forward to our stay in what we thought was quite an iconic hotel. It is resting on its laurels... The idea of buying up and converting adjoining houses in the former Jewish Quarter is praiseworthy but what must have started out as a fascinating intimate little hotel is now a colossus the management of which is clearly beyond the current incumbent. What is worse, my wife and I have the definite impression that nobody really cares. We knew that rooms are spread over a very large area and that many guests before us had experienced difficulties locating theirs. When we arrived at night we were accompanied via lifts, a tunnel and corridors across the road to ours; one of the lifts had been out of order so we had to walk up stairs, which rather disorientated us. Our room seemed fine; it was quite spacious, had two windows, two wardrobes and a bathroom with a Jacuzzi bath, separate shower cubicle and toilet. We awoke the first morning earlier than wanted to the sounds of guests and, presumably, chamber maids, walking and talking and hardly needed to put on our TV as we could clearly hear those in rooms nearby. Once awake, we decided to get up and explore the immediate surroundings, returning mid-morning to collect what we needed for the day. There are no useful signs inside the premises to indicate how to get to one’s room and the map we had been given did not help much as it does not tell you what lifts, if any, to take, and inside the lifts there is no indication whatsoever to tell you whether to go up or down or where to get out. I appreciate that this may be a conscious decision in order to avoid clutter but it is, in practice, unsatisfactory. Our room had been serviced but when my wife opened the bathroom door she was confronted by two cockroaches. She was terrified. The main reception desk was far away but, luckily, there was a support office nearby, where we reported the problem. The (perfectly pleasant) young lady there expressed concern and asked whether we wished to move, to which my wife replied in the affirmative. She asked us to pack our cases and we returned to our room to do so. There was one cockroach still in the bathroom, and I took a picture of it. We were still packing when the phone rang and we were told that our new room was ready. We waited for the porter and were taken higher up (no lift) to a room that had just one window without a view but as, by that time it was already about mid-day and we did not want to waste more time, just dumped our cases and went out, not returning till after dinner. The new room was more awkward to get to and smaller than the first; the coat hangers in the one wardrobe were so high up (over 2 metres…) that I had to stand on a chair to reach them - you had to take them down, hang your clothes up, then climb up again and put the hangers back; getting the chair into position meant moving the baggage stand and adjusting the wall-mounted TV set, which blocked the wardrobe doors. The bathroom did not smell nice and I opened the small windows above the wash basin, only to come face to face with a person in the house immediately opposite, whose living room was slightly higher up and looked straight into our bathroom. There is a telephone in the toilet and this had some very worrying dirt on it, which I wiped it off with a tissue. We went to bed but were kept awake by the wardrobe light, which refused to go out even after closing the wardrobe doors, light shining in from the corridor (there were gaps between the doorposts and door itself) but, mostly, by other guests walking, talking and having the TV on – the sound-proofing is terrible… The next morning I wanted to have a shower but the door to the cubicle would not open. I had a bath, but the Jacuzzi stream would stop as soon as one took one’s finger off the button; also, there were unsightly gaps between the bath tub and the tiled walls. Hearing a chamber maid outside, I called her in; she was unable to open the shower door, agreed that the Jacuzzi was faulty and that the gaps should have been siliconed. She also acknowledged the problem with the coat hangers and, to her credit, must have phoned reception immediately because they were already aware of the issues when I went to report them. I am glad to say that, when we got back late at night, there were 4 specially adapted coat hangers, the gaps had been filled in and that, the next morning, I was able to open the shower door (as it was our last morning I did not check whether the Jacuzzi had been repaired). The wardrobe light and lack of sound-proofing remained sores – and other sores were insect bites sustained in bed. What we are particularly annoyed by is the total lack of concern displayed by the hotel’s management. Cockroaches are difficult to deal with but any responsible manager(ess) would express concern and regret – and make some goodwill gesture. What happened in our case? We were moved to a smaller, inferior room with further problems of its own – and when those problems were pointed out, there was, again, no interaction from the management. It is, in fact, very difficult to find out the name(s) of anybody in charge in this hotel (one wonders why) – but we understand that the manageress is a Mrs Marcos. She should take a very hard look at the public relations side because we find her utter silence totally unacceptable. Things can go wrong but if problems are dealt with speedily and efficiently, they can actually be turned to an advantage. There were also inherent problems – surely, anybody can see that the position of the TV set is unsatisfactory or that the coat hanger rail is simply too high up? We cannot believe that previous guests have not complained about this, so why has nothing been done? We feel that the management simply does not care. Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2016, Carmen Delport wrote this review.
We went to Seville for a romantic relaxing short break. We stayed in this hotel in the superior double for 3 nights. From the moment we walked into our superior room things went wrong. We walked into a noisy room, a fan somewhere in the roof maki… See more
We went to Seville for a romantic relaxing short break. We stayed in this hotel in the superior double for 3 nights. From the moment we walked into our superior room things went wrong. We walked into a noisy room, a fan somewhere in the roof making one hell of a noise. Reception send some one around and it was fixed. When we got back to our room that evening it felt like we walked into a jacuzzi or a fish tank, with with constant gargling and bubbling sound coming from somewhere. We phoned reception and were told that we are near the spa and they can't do anything about the noise. sleepless night number one. The next day we were introduced to the noisy fan again....and again...and again. This was our 3 night stay.. various noises.. that hotel staff just shrugged their shoulders to. We did visit the spa, when arrived at the spa we heard some loud voices from somewhere, we the girl at the spa is that loud voices in the spa and she said no, it is tranquil in the spa. Well it was the noisiest spa experience ever. people were shouting at each other from opposite sides of the pools. After using the spa, which was beautiful we used the changing rooms where we got locked in and stuck for about 30 min. Reception was very happy upon check out to make sure they take full payment of our disappointing , 3 sleepless nights , superior suit. Such a pity. the hotel is beautifully designed, but lack service . Collapse
Stay Date: 11/2016, Martin A wrote this review.
A rambling disjointed collection of courtyards, rooms, plants, balconies and windows. This is a rabbit warren and easy to get a little lost. All that after trying to find it in a maze of narrow streets and forget about trying to park - give your ca… See more
A rambling disjointed collection of courtyards, rooms, plants, balconies and windows. This is a rabbit warren and easy to get a little lost. All that after trying to find it in a maze of narrow streets and forget about trying to park - give your car keys to the porter! But this place is a gem. Fantastic location, lovely place. If we return to Seville this is where we will stay. Collapse
Fun and unique
Stay Date: 11/2016, travelingkam5 wrote this review.
This is definitely a unique hotel, beautiful and friendly. It isn't the most comfortable of rooms but nice enough. The bed is pretty uncomfortable - I would definitely recommend improving the bed and linens. The bath area is nice.
This is definitely a unique hotel, beautiful and friendly. It isn't the most comfortable of rooms but nice enough. The bed is pretty uncomfortable - I would definitely recommend improving the bed and linens. The bath area is nice. Collapse
Wonderful, but don't get lost!
Stay Date: 10/2016, Cphym wrote this review.
Really wonderful hotel. Great location and the rooftop pool is lovely. It is easy to get lost, though. It used to be a bunch of houses, so you can't always get to where you are going, depending upon which elevator or stairs you take. But there always… See more
Really wonderful hotel. Great location and the rooftop pool is lovely. It is easy to get lost, though. It used to be a bunch of houses, so you can't always get to where you are going, depending upon which elevator or stairs you take. But there always seemed to be a staff member around to help. And breakfast was great. Collapse
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