Las Casas de la Juderia

Location: Seville | Spain

Price guide: £££££ Less than £100 per person per night

Las Casas de la Juderia is a boutique hotel comprised of 27 traditional houses, connected by gardens, shaded patios and labyrinthine alleyways, which make up part of the Seville’s historic Jewish Quarter. The maze-like warren is fun enough to explore in itself, but also perfectly sited for visiting iconic sights such as the cathedral and the Alcazar palace.
Perfect forA characterful hotel in the historic heart of Seville.
In the knowThe hotel’s interiors feature Roman statues, earthenware jugs and other historic artefacts, alongside original furnishings.

Recommended for...

  • History & Heritage
  • Hideaway
  • Spa & Wellness
  • Short Break

Hotel Overview

Sense of Place

The hotel gets its name from its setting in the heart of Seville’s Jewish Quarter, and the winding network of alleys surrounding the hotel are lined with historic buildings which tell the story of the city’s long history, from the Roman era to the present day.

Rooms at Las Casas de la Juderia

As befits the rambling nature of the hotel, each of the 134 guestrooms are different, but all have a few things in common. The décor is traditional, with antique wooden furniture and vintage textiles, but even the entry-level rooms feature mod cons such as whirlpool bathtubs, TVs and air conditioning.

Economy Rooms come with the added excitement of being accessible by an underground passageway. Standard Rooms have space for an extra bed, while Superior Rooms feature living areas and beautiful marble bathrooms. Some also have their own private courtyard, balcony or terrace. The finest rooms are the Junior Suites, which feature Baroque touches such as ornately-patterned walls, opulent rugs and striped marble bathrooms. They are named after illustrious former residents, including Dukes and Counts.

Food & Drink

In keeping with the hotel’s traditional feel, food at the BAQVS restaurant is a largely regional affair, with traditional meat and fish tapas dishes accompanied by a wide selection of wines from local, small-batch producers. The buffet-style breakfast offers a selection of cold cuts, cheeses, fresh fruit and cooked dishes.

The hotel’s fantastic location means it’s surrounded by restaurants and small tapas bars – ask the staff for their top recommendations.

Facilities

The hotel’s rooftop pool is a pleasant spot to cool off with a dip on a summer’s afternoon, but its real draw is the view: amid the sea of Seville’s tiled rooftops you get a fantastic view over the Giralda, the cathedral’s famous bell tower.

At the spa, Las Termas de Hispalis, you’ll be transported to ancient Rome by the plethora of marble statues and mosaics depicting the gods. The facilities on offer are correspondingly retro, including a Roman therma, flotarium and Turkish bath.

Activities at Las Casas de la Juderia

Seville is famous for its beautiful, historic architecture, which tells the story of the city’s past as a Roman settlement, a Moorish stronghold and a hub for the Spanish Golden Age in the medieval period. A good place to start is with the city’s famous cathedral, a Gothic masterpiece and the largest church of this style in the world. Afterwards, head next door to the Alcazar, a Moorish palace set in beautiful gardens and home to eye-catching water baths which reflect the vaulted arches above.

Seville is also known as the home of flamenco – be sure to visit the Museo del Baile Flamenco to learn about the colourful art and enjoy a dance performance.

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Hotel location

Las Casas de la Juderia is just a 20-minute drive from Seville Airport.

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