Found within the winding streets of Seville’s former Jewish quarter (Judería), the Hotel Las Casas de La Judería offers a unique place to stay in the heart of the city. Comprised of 27 close-knit houses and a small palace, the hotel’s interlinked buildings create a secluded maze-like compound of pathways and plazas, preserving the historic atmosphere of the quarter.
The 134 rooms spread between the various buildings reflect the unusual, historic nature of the hotel in their simple yet comfortable decor, with wooden furnishings and patterned linens, while the tiled marble bathrooms are comfortably modern.
Navigating the warren of passages between, and even underneath, the buildings (the hotel will gladly provide a map), you’ll find a number of relaxing courtyards as well as a large roof terrace complete with a small bar and rooftop pool. Breakfast is served in the basement beneath a vaulted ceiling with marble columns. The hotel also hosts an external spa that guests are welcome to use for a fee during their stay.
Please note that due to the historic nature of the hotel, rooms can vary in size and the Wi-Fi connection can be patchy in certain areas.
The historic nature of the hotel means that rooms tend to vary in size, however all are comfortable and with interesting decor, evoking the feeling of staying in a friend’s guest room rather than in a hotel. Patterned linens cover the beds and frame the windows, and en suite bathrooms offer modern touches like marble fixtures and whirlpool tubs. All rooms offer TVs and air conditioning, though it can be difficult to access Wi-Fi from the rooms.
The Santa Cruz district is the home of Seville’s former Jewish quarter, also known as La Judería, and is centrally located in the historic heart of the city. In less than ten minutes, you can walk to both the Seville Cathedral and the Real Alcázar, and in just over 15 minutes you can walk to Parque de María Luisa and the Plaza de España.
Food and Drink
Breakfast is served buffet style in a vaulted basement room surrounded by marble columns. In the palace wing you’ll find a classically styled piano bar, and on the roof terrace there is a pool bar that’s open through the warmer months. There is no restaurant at the hotel, but you’re mere steps away from several cafes, restaurants and tapas bars.
Facilities and Activities
As well as a small rooftop pool open to all guests, there is an expansive spa complex also located within the complex. Mimicking the appearance of a Roman bathhouse (the remains of which can be seen just outside the spa doors), the spa offers numerous facilities including a Turkish bath, treatment rooms, warm and cold pools, and massage services. Because the spa is run by an outside company, you’ll need to book services in advance.
Although each portion of the hotel is accessible by elevator, due to its labyrinthine nature we don’t recommend this hotel for those with mobility issues.
A charming and characterful property, Hotel Las Casas de la Judería is good for those looking for an immersive experience in the heart of Seville.
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Where possible, we like to offer a range of accommodation for each stop of your trip, chosen by our specialists as some of their favourite places to stay. To help you make the right choice, we give each property a rating based on its facilities and service, but we also look for hotels with distinct character or a location that can’t be bettered.
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