Going through the doors of this hotel implies immersing yourself in a Seville unknown to many. Its 134 rooms, all different, intermingle with each other, through more than 40 patios, gardens, tunnels and labyrinthine inner streets. Strolling through the interior of the hotel is to relive what this city was centuries ago: fountains, statues, pedestals, columns, floors and a good set of period furniture, amphorae, jugs, old walls, etc., give the feeling of being in a real museum. The Hotel Las Casas de la Judería occupies 27 traditional-style Sevillian houses connected by various passageways and patios. The property is decorated in a classic style and features a rooftop pool, a spa and several typical Andalusian patios.