The Las Casas de la Judería Hotel, in Seville, are old houses that formed, together with other palaces in the surrounding area, a group of rooms at the service of the household of the Duke of Béjar (Cervantes' protector and member of one of the most prominent families of the Spanish nobility), his servants and his maids.
They also housed the first American Indians that Christopher Columbus brought back from his first voyage. The 27 houses that make up the hotel are interconnected by 30 15th century Sevillian patios and courtyards.
A small miniature village where, in addition to the great plants and antiques, there is one thing that could not be missing: the unceasing sound of its fountains. Currently, Las Casas de la Judería Hotel has 175 rooms (137 doubles, 10 singles, 9 junior suites and 19 doubles with lounge), all different and exquisitely decorated, which are distributed around 30 15th century Sevillian patios and courtyards.