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Las Casas de la Juderia
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Reviewed 23 March 2012

This was one of the most interesting and different hotels I've stayed in. Made up of several villas, all the rooms are different. We first stayed for 2 nights in an upgraded room which seemed more like a suite. The decor was lovely. The bathroom was fabulous. Unfortunately, we had problems with the TV (which they came promptly to fix, but still didn't work right) but on vacation who cares. We also stayed for one night in a standard room which, while not as big as the first room, was equally as nice with a huge patio all to ourselves. The fun part of the hotel is finding your room. There are many corridors, courtyards, steps, and elevators and it's easy to get lost (which I did). However, there are so many interesting things to see on the way to your room that you don't mind. The staff was helpful, if rather perfunctory.

  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled as a couple
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2  Thank travelnutsFairfield
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Reviewed 16 March 2012

This hotel is made up of a never ending puzzle of dozens of moorish-style houses in the former Jewish Quarter of Sevilla. It's one man's life work and is truly admirable in resourcefulness, creativity and execution. It has enormous charm, dozens of lovely patios, and flower-covered walls, with fountains and so forth. Most rooms are excellent and perfectly quiet. Some remoter ones are a bit noisy, mainly because of the jacuzzis that nearly all rooms have and that guests tend to use for hours... This brings two types of noise: the vibrating noise of the jacuzzi engines and the the noise of the water in the pipes. No wireless in the rooms, but in all the commons.
A very charming pool on the roof. The breakfast buffet is quite diverse and generous, but at level minus one in a strangely silvery room where it's difficult to feel comfortable. Also, there is no expresso, only filter coffee. But on the whole this hotel is kind of a must. It has a special magic to it.

Room Tip: Rooms around the larger patios up to floors two can catch the wireless. In the summer, when it's very hot, it's recommended to take a room on to a narrow patio. They remain much cooler.
  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled on business
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2  Thank jazzminetea
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Reviewed 8 March 2012

I have stayed twice in Las Casas in the last year. Each time, the building, the location has been fabulous. Bar service, fabulous. Decor, fabulous.

However, don't bother with breakfast. For us, it was a Fawlty Towers experience. People shouting at each other in the kitchens (and they know how to shout in Spain), slow service, sneering at my daughter's attempts to speak in Spanish...not a four star experience.

Stay in the htel, but eat breakfast across the road in one of the excellent cafes!

Room Tip: higher floors have less noise
  • Stayed: March 2012, travelled with family
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4  Thank irishlassDublin
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Reviewed 2 March 2012

A fascinating old building, a bit like arabbit warren originally a "safe" home for Jewish people in Seville but all modern facilities in rooms.Bedroom windows looked onto lovely courtyard.Buffet breakfast served in converted stables was excellent.Rooftop unheated pool and sunbathing area with wonderful views over the old town was a perfect spot to relax at the end of theday.

  • Stayed: April 2011, travelled with family
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Reviewed 1 March 2012

We had a 3 day stopover in Seville, staying at Las Casas de Juderia, and had an absolute ball. Seville was fantastic, and the Casas was a great place to stay. Close to the centre of things, and a real haven of peace & quite, even if once you stepped out the door there was traffic & people everywhere.
We had a ground-floor room just off the main courtyard - ideal location, & even had workable wi-fi in the room - even if most other rooms didn't judging by the iPads & laptops in the piano bar & courtyard. Room access (& bag access) was good - though judging by the grumbles from a large party of elderly Americans in at the same time, the rabbit-warren-like layout wasn't to everyone's taste.
Room was big with plenty of room to spread out - a/c worked fine & it was a cool haven to come back to after the steamy days wandering around in the heat of Seville's summer.
Staff were fine, though the bar staff in the piano bar could do with a bit of training in how to smile occasionally.
All in all, a memorable stay in a great hotel in a great city.

  • Stayed: September 2011, travelled as a couple
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