Las Casas de la Juderia

Las Casas de la Juderia is in the historical part of Cordoba, as it says in la Juderia the Jewish Quarter and just a minutes walk from the Mezquita. Full of charm it is a collection of five ancient houses, cleverly and maze-like, joined together into one very lovely hotel.

 

 

Patios, passages, terraces, nooks and crannies, I was in my element. Enchanted by the history, the care of preservation, ancient woodwork, beautiful old tiles. Even the lift (middle pic below) held me captivated. Such attention to detail keeping the flow in this gorgeous hotel, it’s like stepping back in time with all mod cons.

 

 

Our bedroom and bed were very comfortable and a nice size, the bathroom – what joy – a large walk-in shower and a separate bath. Add the double sink, and tucked away loo for five stars from me. We saw several other rooms and suites each as unique and delightful as the last.

 

 

Finding our room again was tricky until we learnt that the five original houses are painted in different colours. That certainly helps! It’s difficult to believe there are over 60 rooms as it feels very homely.

 

 

With liveried parking and friendly, knowledgeable staff Las Casas de la Juderia ticks my boxes add to that its location in one of my favourite cities and I was completely won over. As a lover of patios, warped wood and history this hotel worked its charm on me.

Casas de la Juderia, Cordoba

Casas de la Juderia, Cordoba

One of the lounges has architectural finds on display, original city walls, storage tanks, original brick and tile floor, carved wooden beams from the Mezquita.

Las Casas de la Juderia more than met my expectations.

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