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We stayed 3 nights in this hotel at > 150 Euros per night (not the lowest room category). Our overall impression was that the outside areas - the patios - were lovely but the rest was really poor. The first room we were allocated was on the roof (100). It was cramped, hot, stuffy and scruffy (broken curtains/blind, dirty upholstery, broken bathroom door handle). It had one tiny, non-opening window onto the hotel's very small roof terrace and one opening window onto a narrow, dirty light well. A few feet away across the light well was a privately owned property that was used as a party flat by some young people. Thus we had to keep the window closed, due to the noise. The air conditioning didn't work so that when we returned after dinner the temperature in the room was 26 degrees, even though we had left the aircon on for a couple of hours. The maintenance man came and very rapidly adjusted something such that we were freezing by the time the partying youth finally stopped carousing on the the roof at 4 am. Needless to say, very little sleep was had. We returned to the room after sightseeing at 4 pm the next day, only to find that the young people were partying loudly on the roof again. At that stage we could not tolerate it any longer and the unsmiling reception staff, who obviously knew this was a duff room, allowed us to move....but only to another room with no windows (43). We stayed 2 nights in that room although we hated having no light and no fresh air, only because I had pre-paid the hotel. Our nights were still sleepless due to noise from adjoining rooms, bathrooms and corridors. All the toilets had very noisy flushes. The subterranean breakfast room is styled as a grotto with 'distressed' mirrored walls: stuffy and awful. There was plenty of food but it was not good quality and at peak times it was a zoo. You will have gathered that we found this overpriced and amongst the worst hotels we have stayed in for a long time. We will not be returning.
This hotel is full of charm and character it has retained all its old world charm. The rooms are comfortable and well appointed. It is a great place for a romantic holiday for two. It is right in the historic quarter within easy walking distance of all the main historic attractions
Wonderful part of Seville to stay in, easy walk to all the sights with some good restaurants right across the street. The hotel is beautiful, historic and simply an amazing place to stay. You may get lost finding your room but it's worth it! Breakfast was expensive so we ate across the street. I would recommend this place to everyone.
Imagine a hotel designed by the Dutch artist M.C. Escher, known for lithographs such as a staircase that constantly ascends and descends, and whose design prohibits anyone from making upward or downward progress. With this image you can capture the floor layout of Las Casas de la Juderia in Seville, whose artistic design comes alive at this hotel. My wife and I stayed there in late October 2019, as part of a VBT bicycle tour, and after three nights I still could not find my hotel room without her help! This quirky hotel is quite memorable and enjoyable, if you approach your stay with an appreciation of that which is unique and whimsical in life. In addition to its distinctive layout, this property offers a central location in the heart of tourist areas, a fine breakfast and a clean, outdoor pool. (DH)
I was promised a room with queen bed and was told upon checking in that there were none available, only rooms with twin beds. After making a fuss, I was told they would try to move me tomorrow. Ultimately, they magically found a room with a queen bed. The rooms are advertised as having WiFi in the rooms. Also at check-in, I was told that it doesn’t actually work in the rooms since the walls are too thick, but I can sit outside my room for access. Despite sitting under a router, there was no service. My room, in a separate building about a five minute walk from the lobby and across a street is noisy due to a fountain outside my window (that sounds like a bathtub being filled) to the alley, and to the parade of other guests passing through the alley or corridor. The location is reasonably close to the major tourist spots. The layout of the hotel since my room is about a block from the street. The sitting area in the courtyard near my room has four very old wicker chairs that are not worth sitting on. Seville has become one of my favorite cities and this hotel is souring my visit. Too bad we prepaid or I would try to find a different place to stay.
My wife and I stayed here for a short break in Seville. The hotel is most unusual as it is actually an amalgamation of over twenty houses connected, mainly, by a series of tunnels. It takes a while to get used to (and we did get lost more than once!) but it is friendly, very comfortable and right in the middle of the city. We can't recommend it highly enough Robin and Theresa Lane, Devizes UK PS We booked it originally through British Airways who wanted us to change to another characterless "box" because one of their inspectors discovered that there was no sign showing which was the deep end of their pool (there was as it happens). I telephoned the hotel directly and they booked us in and I saved about £100 as well!
This hotel is really >100 different sorts of room spread out over 200 m of rather quirky alleyways. Location is perfect for Seville's old town attractions with everything in walking distance. Very helpful staff especially in the the office that helps book tickets and tours
At first it was frustrating to get lost finding my room or the pool or lobby. Then it became an adventure and I explored the place finding a lovely view from the roof. I found the place charming with courtyards to hang out in and the maze of it all.
This hotel oozes local charm. It is formed from a number of typical Seville houses which were arranged around courtyards. As such there are lots of charming courtyards to see, and relax in. The official hotel photos show the local charm and courtyards to perfection. We were in room 72 which is a ground floor room towards the back of the main hotel complex. The room is converted from the original buildings and has 2 windows that open into a small courtyard (as do a number of other rooms). As such we felt we could not open the curtains as other rooms looked directly into us. The room had no air conditioning, and whilst it was not too hot in Seville (23 degrees during the day) we did feel uncomfortably hot at night. There is also no hot drink capability in the room. As the room is not purpose built, it is not sound proofed. The main passage way in front of our room was cobbled and the constant traffic of suitcases and cleaners trolleys was extremely irritating. Conversations in the passageway, the nearby courtyards, and the rooms connected to the courtyard were also intrusive. Location was great. Choice of restaurants locally, and just a short walk to Cathedral area where there are many moor. Piano bar was quiet, with excellent service. Pool bar was OK, although there was no coffee available the 2 times we used it. Area around roof top patio gave views across rooftops, with a few small quiet areas were you could get away from other hotel guests. We did not eat in the hotel as there was a lot more choice, at a fraction of the cost, just outside the front door. Overall it was an experience, but having done it, i'd go for a modern hotel in future.
Fantastic hotel. Quirky, charming, comfortable. Lovely Piano Bar run by Manuel, who is just so friendly and efficient. Great concierge service run by Christina who was hugely helpful both before and during our visit, organising a brilliant private tour guide (Estella) among other things! BUT, oh my goodness, the management needs to train the breakfast staff in customer awareness/care. They are unhappy, ignore their clients and on one occasion were thoroughly bad-tempered. Really needs to be sorted out!
Located in Historical Center, Las Casas de la Juderia is within a 10-minute walk of popular sights such as Giralda Tower and Alcazar. This 178-room, 4-star hotel welcomes guests with conveniences like a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and free in-room WiFi.
Buffet breakfast is offered for a fee weekends from 7:30 AM to noon. Savor a meal from the comfort of your room with 24-hour room service, or entertain your taste buds with a beverage at the bar/lounge or coffee shop/café.
The 178 rooms are individually decorated and have an array of amenities, including minibars, safes, and phones. Flat-screen TVs come with satellite channels, and guests can stay connected with free WiFi. Beds are dressed in premium bedding and bathrooms offer hair dryers and free toiletries. Desks are also included.
Guests of Las Casas de la Juderia enjoy a full-service spa, an outdoor pool, and a fitness center. Valet parking is available for EUR 24 per day, and there's also an airport shuttle for a fee. The front desk has multilingual staff on hand 24/7 to help with dry cleaning/laundry, securing valuables, and luggage storage. Other amenities at this spa hotel include a rooftop terrace, free WiFi in public areas, and a seasonal outdoor pool.