Las Casas de la Juderia Cordoba
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Las Casas de la Juderia Cordoba is a charming hotel is just metres from the Mezquita. It is made up of attractive 17th and 18th-Century houses with lovely gardens, fountains and patios.
Located in the historic centre of Cordoba, the Casas de la Judería combine modern facilities with historic buildings. There are many authentic, hand-made details.
An outdoor swimming pool and a traditional Andalusian restaurant are available. There is free wired internet in public areas.
Rooms at the Casas de la Judería are large and comfortable. Each room has satellite TV and a private bathroom with slippers and toiletries.
Hotel Facilities & Services
- Total Rooms Number: 64
- 24 hour front desk
- Lift to all Floors
- Air Conditioned Public Areas
- Concierge Desk
- Internet Access
- Air Conditioning
- Mini bar
- Room Service Not 24hr: Yes
- In Room Safe
- Direct Dial Telephone
- Laundry/Dry Cleaning Services
- Housekeeping (daily)
- Offsite Parking Distance: 150 metres
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
- Solarium Free: Yes
- Name: ESTACION CENTRAL
- Distance: 3 kilometres
- Name: San Pablo Sevilla Airport
- Distance: 120 kilometres
Bar and Restaurant
Breakfast served from
- Saturday/Sunday: 08:00
- Monday to Friday: 07:30
Breakfast served to
- Saturday/Sunday: 11:00
- Monday to Friday: 10:30
- Bar in Hotel
- Nearest Rail Name: Estacion Central Distance: 3 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: San Pablo Sevilla Airport Distance: 120 kilometres
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TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 1191 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
Couldn't fault this accomodation
Stay Date: 01/2017, elizabethWollongong wrote this review.
Stayed for 3 nights in Jan 2017. The hotel is in a great location and all the major sites are in walking distance. The room was large, and the bathroom enormous. We thought it would be noisy as we faced the Main Street, but it was quiet except for… See more
Stayed for 3 nights in Jan 2017. The hotel is in a great location and all the major sites are in walking distance. The room was large, and the bathroom enormous. We thought it would be noisy as we faced the Main Street, but it was quiet except for a few late party goers. The hotel has a lot of charm and is in very good repair for the age. Would recommend staying at this hotel. Collapse
Stay Date: 01/2017, triplover25 wrote this review.
We stayed in this hotel for 2 nights. We didn't take part in the breakfast as there was a place just down the road that has a great deal and the breakfast room/selection leaves something to be desired for the price. The room as a standard room was … See more
We stayed in this hotel for 2 nights. We didn't take part in the breakfast as there was a place just down the road that has a great deal and the breakfast room/selection leaves something to be desired for the price. The room as a standard room was very large and well appointed. The hotel itself is a beautiful maze of fountains and gardens and the service is amazing. There was a pool right outside our room that was just incredible to look at and you could even sit by it in December (I wouldn't have dared to go in it as it was cold.) This is why I am glad that I didn't find the ants until we were leaving. The last night I saw some ants on the dresser and I thought they may have been from the flowers in the room so I looked past it. The next morning when we were packing, I found several more in many areas of the room including in the bed... This was so disappointing and I wanted to put in the review as I want to make sure the hotel can look into and address this. Collapse
Wonderful, convenient, central to the old town.
Stay Date: 12/2016, John W wrote this review.
We love this fantastic old property which has been delightfully modernised and furnished in total sympathy with the original ancient houses, which have been united to create this delightful hotel. When we arrived we asked for a quiet room and were gi… See more
We love this fantastic old property which has been delightfully modernised and furnished in total sympathy with the original ancient houses, which have been united to create this delightful hotel. When we arrived we asked for a quiet room and were given one on the top floor, which distanced us sufficiently from the street noises. It is located in a quiet street within one block of and in sight of the Mosque-Cathedral and the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos. The staff were all charming and most helpful. My only cause for disappointment was the buffet breakfasts which were very expensive and not good value, hot food was left to get cold and the food warmers were not lit. Everything else was perfect. Collapse
Excellent hotel in all respects - will stay here again on my next trip to Cordoba
Stay Date: 12/2016, SusaDogue wrote this review.
Excellent hotel in all respects - great location, extremely comfortable (and large) room with a beautiful terrace, great ambiance (you feel like you're in an elegant palace), outstanding service, excellent breakfasts, and decent prices for the time o… See more
Excellent hotel in all respects - great location, extremely comfortable (and large) room with a beautiful terrace, great ambiance (you feel like you're in an elegant palace), outstanding service, excellent breakfasts, and decent prices for the time of year (Christmas to New Years) and quality of room. My only (minor complaint) is the speed of the internet. Our room was quite far from the office and the internet service was spotty. In the breakfast area, the lobby, and the lounge, it seemed to work perfectly. In any event, this is a minor issue in an otherwise flawless stay. Highly recommended. Collapse
Exceptional 4-star hotel in the center of historic Cordoba.
Stay Date: 12/2016, Stephen S wrote this review.
This is a four-star hotel that lives up to the designation. For us, it was a splurge that was worth the expense. If you want that type of experience while visiting Cordoba, you should have no reservations about staying here. Since it was created… See more
This is a four-star hotel that lives up to the designation. For us, it was a splurge that was worth the expense. If you want that type of experience while visiting Cordoba, you should have no reservations about staying here. Since it was created from various houses (las casas), it is a complicated structure. This makes it more difficult to move about than in typical modern hotels. (You might be required to manipulate steps; the hotel, on the other hand, has a valet take your luggage to your room.) If you value cultural and historical authenticity and uniqueness, you will enjoy Las Casas; if you expect the ease and sameness of a Hilton, perhaps less so. That structural complexity provides numerous spaces for unique, semi-private patios, courtyards, and terraces -- fun spaces to explore and great for outside living within the home, which seems to be very much a part of the Andalusian lifestyle. One of the spaces is devoted to a beautiful pool, but it was too cool in December to think about using it. Interesting indoor common rooms were also tucked away in various places, and we were still discovering those after three days. The hotel is located on the edge of the old Juderia (Jewish section of the city) and is easily accessible by taxi, which can drive right up to the front door. That can be important in a city with cobblestone streets, because pulling rolling luggage over cobblestones is no fun. It is a short, easy walk to the famous mezquita-cathedral and to the other primary tourist destinations in the city. We had no problems walking to various locations of interest to us (other than being tired). On the other hand, Las Casas is adjacent to the heart of the tourist area, which had far too many tourist shops for our liking. When we asked for restaurant recommendations away from it, though, they gave us recommendations to excellent local restaurants within a ten-minute walk away. The breakfast buffet was very good with lots of options, but at 16 euros per person was a bit pricey for us, especially considering that Spaniards don't eat large breakfasts and considering that local shops offer excellent coffee and pastries. (The coffee in the breakfast room, though decent, is provided by an automatic machine.) On the other hand, it is convenient, and we ate there two of the three mornings we were in the hotel. Our room was spacious and clean with a well-appointed, clean bathroom. No problems there. It was a nice sanctuary from the city when we needed it, even though the street was right outside our window and we could occasionally hear street noise. Some people might be bothered by that; for us it was a connection to the city. Our window had a view of the top of the mezquita-cathedral. The staff were excellent and very solicitous, and, as you would expect in a four-star hotel, numerous small amenities were provided that make life more pleasant. The hotel has an attractive, functional website through which you can make reservations and communicate. We recommend this hotel without hesitation. Collapse
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