Stayed here last weekend ( May 27-31st ) and have to say in terms of value for money its a good hotel. We were originally in room 79 which has a small waist level window that opens onto a landing which in turn overlooks a small courtyard so there wasn't a lot of natrual sunlight. My mother who was travelling with us was next door in room 80 and in comparison her room had two large French doors that opened up over the same courtyard affording her alot more light. We requested a room change with more light and were given room 212 at the back of the hotel which also had two sets of French doors overlooking a quaint courtyard and was plenty light enough. Its ( room 212 ) only drawback being that as it was at the rear of the hotel it was a fair walk to reception through a maze of tunnels, the novelty of which falls away after time. However having said all that the rooms were very large for a European City and great value for money. The bathrooms were large in both ours and our mothers room and were clean with all the necessary amenities in them. Breakfast buffet in a cellar may not be everyones cup of tea but you couldnt complain about the size of the buffet nor the quality of produce on offer. The Piano bar / lounge at the front of the hotel was pleasant enough and so too access to the internet through the two computers the hotel provided free of charge. We didn't use the spa so no comment there. The pool area on the rooftop was small and oversubscribed when we tried to use it but you would almomst expect that in a hotel this size. The staff were execeedingly friendly with the exception of one ( Alehandro on front desk ) who was ridiculously rude. As mentioned earlier the location is pretty much faultless. Gripes ? Just the one ( aside from Mr Alehandro ) . There are no directories in the room as to the hotels services nor information on how to use the phone. We couldn't even make an internal call and the staff at reception had no idea either. All in all, would we go back ? Yes.
- 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