Hotel in Seville

Old Nov 8th, 1999, 05:55 AM
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We stayed at the Taberna in May and loved it, but they did not have an email while I was communicating with them. Their fax number is 95 456 3666 and phone number is 95 456 0637.
Old Nov 14th, 1999, 08:33 AM
Patrick Ashton
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Thanks, Anthony for the pics of Casas de la Juderia. I have tentatively booked there and they say they have parking. But Anthony tells me that may be a real problem --getting there and parking. Anybody with experience driving and parking at this hotel?? Should we be more concerned??
Old Nov 14th, 1999, 07:36 PM
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We stayed at 'Los Seises' in May and enjoyed it very much.
Old Nov 17th, 1999, 12:43 PM
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Las Casas de la Juderia is located on a "callejon" rather than a calle which means it is a little tiny alleyway. They do have parking under the hotel but it appeared to be kind of difficult to maneuver in and out of...also just being located in the barrio de Santa Cruz means you will be navigating extremely narrow streets that are literally a rabbits' warren....I am not trying to discourage you from staying is a great hotel in a great location but you should be prepared for the location and plan adequate time, etc....Maria
Old Nov 17th, 1999, 01:57 PM
Monica Richards
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I just stayed at Las Casas de la Juderia in September. You have to drive through the old part of town to get to the hotel, but it's well marked so that shouldn't be a problem. Once you get to the square, you'll see a little alley coming off to the side directly opposite a bunch of cafes. Just drive up to the alley and look like you're trying to get into it. They have a camera and a bellhop will come RUNNING to rescue you and drive your car in. They get it in the alley, and bring your luggage to the desk for check in. Once you are situated in your room, they take the car out and park it. No worries. Just don't try to get in the alley yourself--I don't think it's possible without a lot of experience.
Old Nov 18th, 1999, 02:35 PM
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Thanks, Monica. That's the kind of specific answer I was looking for!!!
Old Nov 19th, 1999, 11:02 AM
Jennifer Block
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HI. Just back from Seville. We stayed at the Casas del Rey de Baeza. It was great! I highly recommend it. Jenn
Old Nov 20th, 1999, 02:21 AM
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Stayed at Becquer Htl during Expo 92 and paid the expo price of US$200. I am not into old character htls but was so surprised on how well maintained, clean, and comfortable the art deco (black and white tiles) minimalist room we had. STaff was helpful as well.
Old Dec 2nd, 1999, 07:39 PM
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We will be visiting Seville in Feb. with two teenagers. Does anyone know of apartments or condo that can accomodate 4. Trying to be on a budget.
Old Dec 2nd, 1999, 09:12 PM
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La Macarena: 3-storey terraced house situated in a privileged position, on the road of the most visited churches and monuments in Seville, approx 200 m from the Basilica Macarena and the Parlamento. Isla de la Cartuja (Expo 92) and Isla Magica (theme park) 400 m. All shops and services in the vicinity. Centre 2 km. Railway station at Sta Justa 1.5 km. Bus stop 200 m. Public parking 500 m (Ptas 1000/day).

For $442 (USD a week, you get a 3-room apartment, 55 m2, on the ground floor: living/dining room with divan bed. Kitchen (freezer, washing machine). 1 room with double bed. 1 room with 1x2 bunk beds. Bath/bidet/WC. Separate WC. Electric heating. Iron. All windows overlook an interior courtyard.

This property is E5108/110A - - because of the way Interhome's Java application works, I can't give you an address to jumo directly to this property, but you can click on their map of Spain by going to

Vrom this page, click on Sevilla (or anywhere in Andalucia) and there will be another dialog box where you can select Sevilla, and click on "Search by resort". I arbitrarily used the date 18 Feb 2000 for you, abd it came up with this property.

Please feel free to write me if I can be of further assistance.

Best wishes,

Old Dec 4th, 1999, 06:19 PM
Steve Baumgartner
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We went to see our daughter who was studying in Sevilla last spring. We stayed at the Hostal Cordoba which is in a great area a few blocks from the cathedral. There were many restaurants and cafes in the area. I think it cost approx $70/night.
Old Feb 19th, 2001, 02:49 PM
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We have a reservation with La Juderia based on travel books recommendations and especially from this forum. My only concern is how safety the location is. Can you walk home from restaurants or city center at night? Frommer's Spain 2001 noted to be extra careful around Santa Cruz especially at night. What was your experience? Thanks.
Old Feb 19th, 2001, 02:57 PM
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Old Feb 19th, 2001, 07:28 PM
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The Alfonso XIII was great and worth the price. It is a Westin, so you may be able to use an airline discount or reward points for a cheaper rate if you have any frequent stay points.
Old Feb 20th, 2001, 05:25 PM
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Last June on my last visit to Seville I stayed for 3 nights in a private home just three blocks from the Casas de la Juderia, in the heart of the Barrio de Santa Cruz. We walked everywhere in the Barrio at night, but our host was absolutely adamant that in the evening, I leave my handbag at the house. Because I married a Spaniard and have studied/travelled/lived in Spain for 30 yrs. I'm not a usual target for pickpockets, but because he was so insistent , due to recent pickpocketing incidents among his houseguests, I took his advice and left the house only with a money pouch. I thus felt perfectly safe, had no problems at all, and we always love staying in the romantic, highly atmospheric Santa Cruz quarter, which really comes alive at night. Plus there's great eating at Bar Modesto (wildly popular outdoor cafe) and the other tapas bars of the quarter (Roman, Hosteria del Laurel, Las Teresas). When you come into the quarter, from wide Calle Menendez Pelayo, take a left if you can onto Santa Maria la Blanca (if this isn'ta one way-can't remember), and the Casas de la Juderia will be on your right, past the Santa Maria la Blanca church, down the tiny alleyway, the infamous "callejon". If you drive past the Fernando III Hotel you will have gone too far.
Have a great time, Celeste!
Old Feb 20th, 2001, 07:36 PM
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Thanks Maribel to the rescue again. I am not quite sure are you saying La Juderia is in the "infamous callejon" which I assumed are small streets with waiting muggers, right?

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