Las Casas de la Juderia Hotel, Córdoba
Historic hotel encompassing five buildings and featuring an outdoor pool and multiple courtyard patios
So Charming! Perfect location -
A beautiful, quirky old building. We kept getting lost, trying to find our room, but it was worth it and the staff were so helpful.
Excellent location in the heart of the jewish quarter. Staff is very pleasant and rooms are well appointed.
With five palace houses combined into one property, history abounds at Las Casas de La Juderia. Enjoy several architectural facades, inner courtyards, little nooks and crannies, and an outdoor pool, coffee bar, restaurant, and tapas bar. Some rooms feature historical elements like coffered ceilings and perks like private terraces.
- The hotel combines five palace houses into one beautiful property, preserving the architectural heritage and history to create unique spots, including several inner courtyards and patios.
- Relax at the outdoor pool, where you can order drinks from the bar or simply soak in the sunshine.
- Enjoy a few different onsite eateries, including a breakfast buffet, coffee bar on the patio, tapas bar, and the onsite La Almudaina restaurant, open to the public.
- Opt for an upgraded room to enjoy amenities like jacuzzi tubs, private patios, and coffered ceilings.
- Onsite parking is a unique perk in the city's historic areas.
- Though the rest of the hotel feels bright and airy, the breakfast area appears dark and outdated.
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Based on kimkim staff visit, June 2022 (Learn more)
AuthenticityLas Casas de La Juderia is unique, as the property combines five different palace houses, so you can wander through the grounds and enjoy various facades and styles. Another perk is that this combination creates several inner courtyards and patios to enjoy, feeling like a mini version of historic Córdoba.
LocationYou'll be in the heart of the city's Jewish Quarter and next door to the Alcázar Andalusí de Córdoba. Down one street is the Mezquita-Catedral, and down the other, the Córdoba Synagogue, both just three minutes by foot. As a perk, you'll be close to some of the other sites that travelers tend to miss, including the Jardines del Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos and Patios Cordobeses, perfect if traveling in May during the Patios de Córdoba festival.
Rooms & BathroomsYou'll have your choice of ten different room types, all with warm decor and hints of the property's past. Economy rooms feel a little outdated in decor and furnishings, so we recommend upgrading to a deluxe room or opting for a suite. Some have private patios with views and lounge furniture, coffered ceilings, and/or seating areas. Bathrooms are clean, though you might find them a bit outdated with vintage sinks and striped tiling.
Other HighlightsThe outdoor pool is a definite perk, especially in the hot months, though it's open year-round. You'll also find several inner courtyards and patios to enjoy, some offering coffee, drinks, and tapas. You can enjoy a daily breakfast buffet, though the dining area feels a little outdated. Otherwise, grab a meal at the hotel's La Almudaina, a tasty restaurant open to the public.
+34 957 20 20 95
Calle Tomás Conde, 10