Las Casas de la Juderia Hotel

, Sevilla, Spain
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Las Casas de la Juderia Hotel

, Sevilla
4 star

Rooms: 99

7 Callejon Dos Hermanas - Sevilla - 41004 - Spain Hotel Website | 95-441-5150.
942 Traveller

Reviews - Las Casas de la Juderia Hotel

2/10
So disappointing
Submitted by: Maura Ryan in 31/05/05
  • Age Group: 41 - 50
  • From: Ireland
  • Traveller type: Mature Couple
We toured Andalucia last summer - Malaga, Grenada, Cordoba, Cadiz, Seville. All of the hotels were wonderful with the exception of this one. I booked it on the basis of positive independent traveller reviews I had read, but my experience was not positive. I was employed in the hotel industry for tweleve years, and know the meaning of the word ""service"" this hotel does not. When we arrived there was no electricity - not the hotel's fault - Seville's electricity had shut down for an hour - so we left and went into town. It was very hot in the city but when we returned to the room three hours later it still seemed very hot. We Irish are not used to air conditioning, we have no need of it, so I assumed the air conditioning was working. Twenty minutes later I realised it was getting warmer so I rang reception. Twenty five minutes later they sent up a porter who fiddled with the switch and said it was fixed - his tone was not convincing! Twenty minutes later I called reception again and the porter arrived again and tried more fiddling withn the switch. I now knew they had a problem so I rang reception and demanded a room with air conditioning. To cut a long story short we eventually got another room. However it got worse. We went out to eat and returned to the hotel for a nightcap. At eleven ten I went to the bar to order a drink and was told the bar was closed! This is Spain were noone goes out until ten p.m. My husband was furious and asked for the manager to complain. He was told ""you have a mini bar in the room""
and it is against the regulations to serve alcohol at this time of night. Meanwhile much of the city were outside, in the surrounding cafes, enjoying their evening drinks! We left the hotel, had a drink across the road and returned to sleep. On the positive side - the hotel is charming, the porters who helped us with luggage were excellent and the location is good, but this hotel needs a professional manager and heads of department who know their job. In my opinion it was expensive, bad value and not a hotel I would cosider returning too. P.S. They have big plans - for a swimming pool etc. They should work on getting the basics right!

Historical Traveller Reviews of Las Casas de la Juderia Hotel

Loved it

from A TripAdvisor Member
This is a lovely hotel right in the heart of Seville. Step out of the passageway down which it is located and you are a stone's throw from the main attractions - great tapas bars, the cathedral and the palace. Seville is an atttractive, friendly and, we found, safe city.

The hotel has a number of courtyards giving the place real individuality, and it has a lovely atmosphere. There are pots of blooming flowers and orange trees everywhere. The staff are friendly, speak good English and French and are well-informed. The breakfasts are also very fine, eaten in an attractive dining room.

We had a good room (room 92), but some rooms are better than others. I would avoid ground floor rooms as they will give onto one of the passageways where guests walk by. The hotel is not noisy - it only has a (largely unused) piano bar and almost all guests are well-heeled couples. Additionally, because the hotel is down a passageway, there is no passing noise of traffic and only a little ambient noise of people walking by.

At the time of writing they are doing some renovation of one or two rooms. This created no visual or audible disruption during the evening, morning or night and was almost entirely confined to floor laying, painting within the rooms. The rooms themselves can be a little dark, but this is by design - temperatures were 34 degrees celsius when we were there. The bathrooms are nice and clean with a good, powerful shower. The rooms have Spanish TV, BBC World and CCN.

t change the atmosphere!

from A TripAdvisor Member
We just stayed 5 days in your excellent hotel, friendly and very helpful staff. Please keep the present atmosphere when changing or introducing new items. We think it just marvellous as it is and a very good start for a holiday in beautiful Sevilla

Be careful about your room choice!

from A TripAdvisor Member
Was surprised to read so many positive reviews of this place as my wife and I did not have a good experience here. The hotel is beautiful and the fact that it is number of different buildings is part of the charm but some of the courtyards are a bit shabby and need some renovation.
The location is good and contrary to what I read in some other reviews, Seville is an absolutely fantastic city to visit. as it was our wedding anniversary, I booked a suite on the ground floor. It was tiny and not particularly well furnished. The lounge had no window and the bedroom faced out onto an alleyway through a heavily barred window. The noise was terrible and we were completely unable to sleep. Remember that this is Spain and that noise can go on until 4 or 5 in the morning! It cetainly did for us. For 200 Euros a night you can do so much better.

t bring a car!

from Christie
I loved the hotel! I would not recommend attempting to drive there however. The street leading to the hotel is about 8 feet wide (as are many of the streets it takes to get there). There is a public parking garage 2 blocks away called Cana y Cueltos. Call hotel and get directions to park there instead! Other than the problems driving there, the hotel was just as everyone else explained. Beautiful courtyard, remodeled bathroom, nice staff (speak English) and yummy breakfast!

Loved Seville, pronounced Sa-bi-ya

from ruralNYAquan
If everyone knows about Juderia, it will be full. Only thing, more reasonably priced breakfast would be desired. But then our local cafe learned who we were. That was another connection to this lovely city. Stay in old city somewhere at least. Location makes the trip. Will learn more Spanish for next visit.

las casas de la juderia

from monas
We just returned from Spain. While in Seville we stayed at Las Casas de la Juderia. What a charming place! The staff was very nice, our room was lovely, and the location was excellent. If you want character and charm, this is the place for you. We can't wait to go back!

Special and unique

from A TripAdvisor Member
Just returned from a stay at the Casas de la Juderia and have to add my opinion to the others. If you want a swanky resort hotel with pool and posh bathrobes, don't stay here. If you want charm, comfort and old fashioned service in a unique environment, then do stay here. I had room 37 on the 2nd/3rd floors (the entrance door is on the second but you then have to go up another narrow staircase once inside!) overlooking the inner courtyard of the first house with a view of the Giralda over the rooftops. Bathroom was fine, the mini bar was well stocked and the bed was incredibly comfortable, and I had no problems with noise from either the inner courtyard or Callejon de Hermanos (the alley to the street) which I overlooked in another direction. Breakfast was plentiful and excellent, the staff were charming and helpful and the location of this hotel is excellent. Incidentally as far as I could see, the gates to othe other houses and courtyards were manned constantly.

I paid £80 per night for a double room for single occupancy (inc breakfast) which is £40 less than I paid at a very dodgy Holiday Inn in Ashford Kent three months ago.

All in all, terrific and I plan to return soon.

Old world charm, good location

from amrdia
The casa is definitely old world. We stayed in room 41 in the front building. The room was a good European size. They crammed a lot of luxury into a small bath, (shower, jacuzzi,bidet,toilet, double marble sink). The hotel has cafes all around and is a 5-7minute walk to cathedral. Stop at the Bodegas Santa Cruz on the way. Very inexpensive and good tapas and house wine. The breakfast included was out of this world. Buffet and cooked to order. Find the piano bar gratis treats at times. My guess is if your room is inadequate request a different and they will comply. Bell hops grea, friendly and will call cab or make arrangements for you. I would stay here again. 150E/night.

Charming La Casa de la Juderia

from A TripAdvisor Member
I cannot imagine anyone not loving Casa de la Juderia!. Our room was immaculate, quaint, and beautiful, and the hotel itself was old world charm. The staff was knowledgeable, and courteous. The courtyard won my heart. True Spain. Can't wait to return! The location was so convenient too. For those people expecting GLITZ, I suggest you stay in the USA and visit Los Angeles, or New York City. We travel abroad a great deal and our trips to Seville are very special.

Stay away from the Casa de la Juderia

from IdahoTimber
We just returned from Spain last night, and I had to immediately review this hotel. It was terrible. It looked fine at first glimpse but the longer one was there the more horrid it became. We were in room 218 and one had to go through a huge locked door (manned allegedly 24 hours, but we wondered how we would ever get out in case of fire), through a dark damp courtyard, across an alley, through another guarded doorway, up and down teeny stairs, through two other sorrowful looking courtyards to our room. Immediately one smelled and felt humidity and dankness upon entering the room, and our clothes and bed clothing were moist from the humidity in the room. The air condiditoner made the problem much worse so we had to keep it off. The plumbing from other rooms groaned in the walls, and because of the courtyard configuration, the voices of revelers coming home late echoed throughout the rooms. We immediately asked for another room and were advised ours was the best available.

Then, on the morning of the second day, we had to kill a LARGE COCKROACH scampering on the closet floor. We were moved to another room, 43, which was very cut up but at least did not smell like a swamp. However the creaking of the pipes, and the walls, floors and ceilings kept us awake. This room had the old fashioned hand shower that wobbled on a peg in the shower wall. Part of the bathroom ceiling was about 9 feet and the part above the shower was barely 6 feet tall.
No one should stay in this hotel unless they have a very perverse sense of adventure and humor. Plus it was robbery at $220+ a night. Although Seville is not a very nice city anymore, the discomfort with the hotel certainly added to the negativity of our travels in this city.

Top Local Tips for Sevilla

Cruise on the river. Don't bother going. It lasts an hour and the commentary lasts barely 10 minutes. There are lots of things to see from the river but they don't explain what they are, the history etc. A waste of 15 € per person.

Train Station - Santa Justa If you make a left out of the little street the hotel is on, and continue to the main avenue of Menendez Pelayo, you can catch a taxi there to the train station. It will take 5 minutes and shouldn't cost more than 5euros.

Bike Rentals at Maria Luisa Park Two-person and Four-person bicycles are rented out in the park on nice weather weekends. It is definitely worth it to rent a bike to see the park. They are inexpensive and much less tiring than walking the entire park!

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  • Address: 7 Callejon Dos Hermanas - Sevilla - 41004 - Spain
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