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Las Casas de La Juderia

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Las Casas de la Juderia Hotel in Cordoba boasts a privileged setting as it opens its doors to overlook the Jewish Quarter, the Xth century Caliphate’s Baths, in the garden of Campo Santo de los Martires, right in front of the hotel; and in the same area, there are the Alcazar de los Reyes Cristianos (Alcazar of the Christian Monarchs), the Royal Mews and just 200 metres away, the Great Mosque of Cordoba. The history and architecture of the building have been strictly respected in its restoration into a hotel. The outcome has been an especially charming hotel with all the facilities and services demanded by today’s traveller in a really beautiful setting where to enjoy peace and quiet.
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Breakfast Available
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Multilingual Staff
Non-Smoking Hotel
Outdoor pool
Public Wifi
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Excellent on every level cleanliness, historic surroundings, fascinating layout and location with great choice for breakfast. Room 11 was spacious and luxurious en suite with jacuzzi type bath. Staff very efficient and helpful without being intrusive. We had our Labrador who
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We loved this hotel. For the location, character, room, comfort, service, pool, parking....We had room 39 that overlooked the pool. Very spacious and traditionally decorated, large comfortable bed - the kind of room you want to relax in. Bathroom lovely and with separate toilet
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During our nearly three weeks in Spain, this was our favorite hotel, an oasis in not a desert but a garden of Cordoban delights. Step outside and the old Jewish Quarter surrounds you. The city's major attraction, the Mezquita, is a five-minute walk away, as are the Alcazar of
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Beautiful hotel just on the edge of the old city. Friendly staff, nice rooms... tough parking if you drive! Near anything you may want to see in Córdoba. Nice lounge with drinks on the honors system. No food, but plenty of eateries around the hotel
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This hotel has been created from a set of old houses on the edge of the former Jewish quarter (and therefore very well-located for all the main sights). This means that it is full of character, with lovely internal patios and strange subterranean structures. It is also
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What is the difference between deluxe and superior rooms?
Superior room has a sitting room and additional bath area. We had that and it served us well.
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What is the difference between deluxe and superior rooms?
I suppose it is the size and floor they are at. My wife and I were in a junior suite (room 54). this was on the top floor facing the courtyard. large with 2 full bathrooms. I think it is money well spent to upgrade to a Jr. Suite.
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It depends the categorization of the room but all our beds are or King bed (one bed room) or 1.35 twin beds
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Lovely hotel, no security deposit for us too! Great place and beautiful city!
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free parking?
Pay parking (but not too expensive). They actually take the car off the property to a garage but only after a very careful examination to make sure there are no bumps and bangs that they could be held accountable for.
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"Rooms differ quite a lot, some open onto the courtyard, others don't. You might want to just inquire before you book, but all are okay."
"Would splurge for an upgraded room if you can - ours was amazing!"
"Was happy with the balcony choice"
"Unless you need it, do not accept the handicapped-accessible room."
"We stayed in No 6 shaded and easy to get to from reception"
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PRICE RANGE
US$ 108 - US$ 232 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
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las casas de la juderia hotel cordoba
LOCATION
SpainAndaluciaProvince of CordobaCordoba
NUMBER OF ROOMS
64
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