A city within a city
Transferring the doors of this hotel means soaking in a Seville unknown to many. Consisting of 27 houses of the old Jewish quarter of the city connected by courtyards and walkways, Hotel Las Casas de la Judería looks with pleasure reminiscences of people and ages who have given their name to this city. Remains of Roman statues and pedestals, vases, jugs, antique and original furniture give each of its corners a role usually reserved for other spaces. Therefore lost in this maze of alleys-some were public roads, is one of the greatest pleasures are only reservation on this reception.
TRADITIONAL ARCHITECTURE SEVILLIAN
A fifteenth century village
The 27 houses that make up the hotel are interconnected for 30 yards and shafts fifteenth-century Seville. A small town in miniature, in which, in addition to large plants and antiques, one thing that could not miss: the incessant sound of their sources.