Mérida, Yucatán, Mexico Accommodations

Accommodations in Mérida

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2br Home/Apartment
  • Wifi
  • Smoking Allowed
  • Parking
  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceOur cute house is located in Merida Centro, close to Paseo Montejo, the main and most beautiful avenue that connects the traditional Merida with the new and more modern part of the city. The house has double height ceilings and pasta floors, it has been completely renovated honoring the classic Merida style. Here you will find the best of both worlds: all the amenities you will need to make a great and relaxing vacation while you enjoy the ambiance and tranquility of a Mexican house. The rooms The main bedroom has a king size bed, TV, closet and a spacious bathroom. From the main bedroom you can exit to the living room and the pool or to the small garden and the pond where you will be able to enjoy the warm weather. The second room has two double beds, TV, air conditioner and closet. The full bathroom is located just outside the bedroom. Too hot? Do not worry! Turn on the ceiling fan in your bedroom and or the air conditioner and enjoy. You can also take a relaxing nap on the very comfortable hammock just outside the bedrooms or refresh in the pool. There are also ceiling fans in the living room, the dining room and the kitchen. The kitchen We tried to maintain a typical flair in the kitchen while adding modern appliances. In the kitchen area you will find: Fridge Stove Oven Toaster oven Microwave Blender Pots and pans China, mantelpieces and cutlery for 8 Glasses and wine glasses Serving trays and more Please feel free to use everything as if you were in you own house. Guest AccessHere is some useful information to make your stay more comfortable. WiFi access throughout the house. Electric door control If you rented a car there is a spare control for the electric door, please ask for it and remember to return it the last day of your stay. Thank you! House keys You will have a set of keys, please close the main door at night and do not forget to leave them when you go back home. Pool towels The house has special pool towels (blue and white or blue and yellow). We would really appreciate if you use only this for the pool. If you take them out (to the beach for example) please be sure to bring them back. Water Water from the faucet is not suitable for drinking in most parts of Mexico. Please buy bottled water (jugs and bottles with clear labels are OK) and stay safe. Interaction with GuestsEveryday (except Sundays) Librada, the housekeeper, will be at your house in the morning to make the beds, give the house a general cleaning and help you a little bit in the kitchen if you like. She makes great salsa with habanero chile! In the house you will find a booklet with more information about the house, its surroundings, walking distance attractions and useful websites. The NeighborhoodSince the Spanish conquest, Mérida has been the cultural capital of the entire peninsula. How to "navigate" the Centro (Downtown) Most streets in Mérida Centro are numbered, not named, and most run one-way. North–south streets have even numbers, which descend from west to east, east–west streets have odd numbers, which ascend from north to south. Street addresses are confusing because they don't progress in even increments by blocks, for example, the 600s may occupy two or more blocks. A particular location is therefore usually identified by indicating the street number and the nearest cross street, as in "Calle 64 and Calle 61," or "Calle 64 between Calles 61 and 63," which is written "Calle 64 x 61 y 63." Getting food The market There is a traditional market eight blocks away. Visit it before noon. In the "Mercado Lucas de Gálvez" you can find fresh fruits and vegetables, handcrafts, shoes, typical dresses. In the house we have some bags to do the shopping, feel free to use them. The market is on Calle 65 and 69 between Calle 56 and 56A Convenience store Right across the house is a "Cervefrío" where you can buy the basics (water, milk, ice, some canned goods, snacks, beer). Walmart On Paseo Montejo, not very far from the house, you can walk (30 minutes approximately) but under the sun and with grocery bags this is quite a challenge, we recommend taking the car if possible. Where to eat? La Chaya Maya Our favorite! Situated four blocks away from the house (across the Plaza de Santa Lucía) is located in an old renovated house. The perfect place to try some local food! Opens for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Calle 55 between 60 and 62 Los Almendros Two blocks away on the Mejorada Park is one of the most traditional restaurants in Mérida. Cochinita is great and also if you feel adventurous order the dulce de papaya with cheese. Calle 57 x 50 and 52 Mejorada Park Ki'Xcocolatl Also on the Santa Lucía Plaza is Ki'Xcocolatl a very special chocolate and coffee store, their approach marries premium quality chocolates in an attractive packaging and the legendary practices of the mayan culture. If you go to the Ecomuseo del Cacao during your stay (close to Uxmal) you will see how this organic chocolate is made. Calle 60 No. 471 Local 5 x Calle 55, Plaza Santa Lucía What to visit Downtown? Walking from the house to the main plaza o Jardín Central is a pleasurable trip by itself. We recommend you take your time to enjoy the different plazas and shops. The Calle 59 is one of our favorites but we try to take different routes every time. Main Plaza (Plaza Grande / Jardín Central) This is the heart of the historic Mérida Center Calle 61 and 60 The Cathedral (La Catedral) Renaissance-style architecture and towers exceeding 40 meters, is the oldest cathedral of Central America, has dome adorned with bows and still retains an old clock that served to give time to the meridians. You can continue your visit on 60th Street where you will find restaurants, craft shops and traditional clothing, hotels and other buildings with great architectural value. On the 67 and 56th you will find the Popular Market, City Museum and other museums free to visit. Want to have fun? La Fundación Mezcalería La Fundación is a kitch and cool "mezcalería" really close to the house. Locals from all Merida and tourists enjoy drinking mezcal straight or in cocktails (made with tamarind, hibiscus, passion fruit, and other combinations). Don't forget to bring your ID no matter how mature you look. Calle 56 No.465 between 55 and 53 Getting AroundHow to get to your new house: From the airport. Take a cab. Merida taxis are simple but very safe. In the airport you will find an official Taxi stand. The fare to the Centro is around 200 pesos. It is customary to tip the driver if he helps you with the luggage. If you are renting a car in the airport just put the address in your phone GPS. I recommend you rent the car beforehand, especially during high season. I have a very spacious garage in the house so don't worry, you will have plenty space to park. To visit all the great places around Merida (wonderful sinkholes AKA cenotes, archeological sites, beaches, colonial towns, haciendas and more) I strongly suggest you rent a car. There are also some tours and if you feel more adventurous you can take the local buses.
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The SpaceIf the room isn't available, please check our twin or double bedroom. Guest AccessYou can use all common areas. Feel free to hang out in a living room, cook in a kitchen. Interaction with GuestsWe love meeting new people, sharing travelling stories. Also we are always ready to give you some tips about doing things in Merida and around. The NeighborhoodHouse is located in Colonia Centro, in a residential area where lives mainly local families. Distance to the main square (the heart of centro historico) - 30 minutes walk, bus station - 13 minutes walk. Now in Merida we have Uber service which takes you to main square for around 25 pesos. There is a bus that takes you close to main square as well. In our area sometimes you can hear dogs and rooster. We will be happy to share with you travelling tips in and around Merida and share our recommendations where to shop, eat, drink and dance. Getting AroundTaxis and buses are easily available. Single bus fare is 7 pesos, taxi fare from our house to the main square is 25 pesos (with companies Taximetro or Econotaxi during the day). Uber service to main square around 25 pesos. Other Things to NoteWe provide: Free Wi-Fi in all house Floor fan in your bedroom Comfortable King size bed and a hammock in your bedroom If you are more than two guests we can provide double airbed Equipped kitchen with cooking appliances Free coffee and tea Two bathrooms and showers (shared)
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Good
33 reviews
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The SpaceOnce a colonial house, Hotel Del Peregrino has been completely remodeled in the traditional Yucatan style, featuring high ceilings and restored mosaic tiles. All of our lovely rooms come with mini-split air conditioning, ceiling fan, flat screen television, free WIFI, security box, off-site swimming pool, guest computer and much more. Centrally located in the historic district of Merida, Mexico, this colonial hotel is near a variety of interesting attractions and offers convenient services for a comfortable holiday. There is parking and the neighbourhood is quiet. Hotel Del Peregrino is just steps from city attractions such as La Plaza Grande, the Governor's Palace and the Saint Idelfonso Cathedral. The hotel’s own travel agency can help arrange tours to nearby archaeological sites and cities. Before exploring the area, guests can enjoy a complimentary buffet breakfast on our central patio. Guests can also take advantage of the hotel's available kitchen to prepare lunch or dinner, and then enjoy a refreshing drink in the Palapa Bar.
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Excellent
25 reviews
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The SpaceIf you are looking to experience the real Yucatan, the people, the culture, the language and the food, Casa Hamaca Guesthouse is for you. We have eight rooms in total. Most rooms accommodate 2 adults in a king bed. But all have a Mayan hammock for a 3rd guest. Other rooms hold up to five people in comfort. All rooms are superior and have AC, ceiling fans, a wall-sized original Mayan themed mural, private bath with lots of hot water, glass-blocked stall shower, tile floors, Talevera sinks, a sitting area and wireless internet access. There is a small plunge pool, beautiful jungle-like gardens and a Mayan palapa hut for massages (at additional cost). Secure off-street parking. Near the Mayan ruins of Chichen Itza, Ek Balam, and Cobá. Valladolid was founded by the Spanish in 1543 on the ruins of the old Mayan city of Zaci. Both cultures now peacefully co-exist. A full breakfast is included: granola & yoghurt, fresh fruit plate, sweet rolls, fresh juice, coffee and tea and the breakfast entée of the day... huevos ranchero, chilaquilas, tamales or a chef's surprise. If you are guest on a Sunday morning, breakfast is in the municipal market. Neither Valladolid nor Casa Hamaca Guesthouse has much night life. We are located in a typical neighborhood, 4 short blocks from the main square. We are kid/family friendly with Pac nPlays available along with a highchair. Gays & lesbians are welcomed. Handicapped (in wheelchairs) are welcomed; one of our rooms is not quite ADA compliant but is fully ramped from the parking area. People in recovery are also welcomed. Guest AccessUse the pool (until 9:00PM) or the veranda, have a drink or a snack in the jungle-view palapa restaurant/bar. Wander the gardens. Check out our collection of art and artifacts. Gates are closed at 10:00PM; if you think you will check-in after 9:30PM, please advise us; if you think you will be out later, we will give you a key and show you how to lock up when you get in (quietly so you do not disturb the other guests). Interaction with GuestsI try to get to know every guest. Our slogan is "check in as a stranger, check out as a friend" The NeighborhoodOur neighborhood is the real Mexico (Yucatan version). A small park is right in front of us where the local school has PE during the morning and all of the locals gather in the evening to enjoy the playground or just hang with their friends. Very few tourists in our neighborhood but lots of friendly neighbors. We are just 4 blocks from the main square (and all the tourist stuff). Two really good restaurants very close. Safe to walk around. But you must watch where your feet are going on the narrow sidewalks and, if you are tall, watch that you do not walk into low balconies. Getting AroundFrequent taxis (20 pesos for most local fares) and local busses and combis (shared vans) are right at our park. Easy walking distance from amost all attractions. The main bus station is within walking distance; buses to Merida,and Cancun as well as Chichen Itza, Tulum and Ek Balam. Other Things to NoteFull bar and restaurant service from noon to 10:00PM. Massage available, Spanish language classes available. Both require advance notice and reservations.
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Excellent
54 reviews
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The SpaceWe designed, built and furnished our house all on our own, without the help of an architect. The result is a space that is unique and full of life. We are very proud of it. We named our house Casa Misterio because when you open the front doors, what was invisible from the street unfolds as you walk through the house, surprising you at every turn. We have another beautiful room in our home available to rent. If the balcony room is occupied, check out our listing for the air-conditioned casita by scrolling to the bottom of our host profile or following the link: https://airbnb.com/rooms/1539953 Here is what some of our guests have said about Casa Misterio: Erin and Manny went above and beyond." --Victoria "The best experience I've ever had using Airbnb." --Emma "The best part of my stay was meeting Erin and Manny. I couldn't have felt more welcome." --Neil "The place was exceptional." --David Guest AccessThe balcony room is on the second floor of the main house. It has a full size bed, hammock and seating on a large private balcony. The shower is located on the balcony. Guests may also enjoy anytime: big screen tv with local channels and Netflix, kitchen access at any hour, pool, garden, living and dining rooms and terrace. We want out guests to feel completely at home during their stay, as if visiting friends. Come and go as you please and make yourself comfortable in your room and in the common areas. Interaction with GuestsWe are a Merida native and a California girl, both trained chefs, who live full time in Merida with our two kids. We love hosting guests and showing off this city that we love so much. Erin serves a healthy and filling breakfast each morning, along with great coffee and fresh juice. We both really enjoy getting to know guests over a meal, hearing about their travels, and helping them plan their time in Merida. Manny is a wealth of insider info and tips on where to go and what to avoid. Erin brings her perspective as a very happy foreigner discovering what this amazing place has to offer. Sharing our home and what we like best about our city is what being a part of Airbnb means to us. We offer private tours and cooking classes right from (or in) our home. Manny leads unique day trips to nearby ruins and cenotes in our classic VW bus. Erin takes guests to the central mercado to pick out ingredients and teaches how to cook traditional Yucatecan foods. Check out our offerings in "Other Things to Note." "Manny is incredibly helpful and knowledgable about Merida and the surrounding areas." --Melanie "[Manny] knows many places you'll not find in a guidebook." --Lindsey The NeighborhoodWe love our neighborhood! We live in the San Sebastián barrio within Merida's Centro Historico. It is a 15 minute walk to the Plaza Grande or the charming Parque de Santiago, where one can see all the sights Merida is famous for. What we like most about our neighborhood, though, is that while it is very close to the tourism center, one sees almost no tourists in San Sebastián. Strolling through the park, having a beer and botanas at the local "bar familiar," grabbing a freshly grilled "pollo asado" for lunch, or catching a colectivo bus to the central market, our guests truly get a sense of the Merida the locals see. We are also lucky to be 2 blocks from the ADO bus station, a 15 minute drive to the airport and on multiple local bus routes. Taxis also pass often due to the proximity of the bus station. A large supermarket is an easy walk and you can even try a bicycle taxi instead of carrying your groceries home. Check out what our guests have said about our neighborhood: "It was great to walk around and get a sense of a Merida neighborhood." --San "The location is fantastic. We walked everywhere, but if the heat is too much for you, there are plenty of colectivos and very cheap cabs that you can grab from the front door." --Nik Getting AroundWe are a few blocks from the ADO CAME and ATS bus stations reaching destinations outside Merida. Our street is on a major bus route, with local buses to the Plaza Grande and market stopping on our corner every few minutes. The airport is a 10 minute drive or easy bus ride away, taxis are cheap and plentiful. Our street also has ample parking if you choose to rent a car while you are here. Walking from our house to the sights in the Plaza Grande is easy and a great way to see more of our neighborhood and make discoveries you might miss traveling by vehicle. Other Things to NoteExtra Services: Laundry: wash, line-dry, fold, $100 pesos Airport Pick Up/Drop Off: anytime am or pm, $100 pesos Additional Meals: lunch or dinner, $150 Bicycles: with lock, no charge Excursions (All prices in pesos. All include lunch and entrance fees): Mercado Tour and Cooking Lesson: $500/person Mayapan, Cenote Zapote and Picnic: $900/person Dzibilchaltun and lunch on Progreso beach: $1000 Uman, Hacienda Yaxcopoil and Cenote San Ignacio, with traditional lunch: $800 Homun Cenotes, Acanceh, and traditional lunch: $900 Note: prices for solo person will increase 25%
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2br Home/Apartment
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  • Swimming Pool
The SpaceLocation in Merida's Centro and the lovely custom decorations Guest AccessWifi internet and cable TV Getting Aroundtaxi and bus
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The SpaceLa Pantera Negra B&B and Gallery dispose of 4 separate suites, each with its own private bathroom with a large shower, healthy breakfast (del chef), parking, terrace, pool, lounge and fast free-WIFI access. Each room has been decorated differently; most of them have 18-foot ceilings and traditional pasta tiles floor tiles. Jean-Pierre and Isabelle will be happy to host your stay in the beautiful city of Merida, called ¨la Ciudad Blanca¨ in Mexico, and show you our new gallery. We fell in love with Mexico and the Yucatan for its friendly and peaceful people, the Mayan and Spanish colonial cultures. We will help you to discover the magical charm that Merida and the Yucatan have to offer. Guest AccessHow to arrive at La Pantera Negra B&B and Gallery, Mérida,Yucatan,México  Very easy from Cancun airport : First, when you leave the airport, walk completely to your right to the end of the airport near the Corona tower. Next, buy a ticket bus with ADO, Cancun-Mérida or rent a car. Bus: You will have to stop on the way at the Cancun bus terminal and change buses before continuing on to reach Merida. There are many departures from the Cancun terminal, every 15 minutes. The bus ride Cancun-Mérida (CAME) costs around 28US including the ticket from airport to downtown Cancun. Approx 4 hours. Buses are comfortable, clean and air conditioned. The downtown bus station in Merida (CAME) and is only 2 blocks from the Pantera Negra.  Rental car: Drive through the highway to Mérida. Take the Aviacion/Itzaes boulevard. Turn right side on 65A, always straight upto the end. At the end turn right (San Juan). Turn left on 67. We are situated at 547 B on the left hand before the corner of 68th street. Approx: 3.5hr From Merida airport : Direct flights to Mérida (MID) from : Atlanta, Houston, Miami, Mexico City, Cancun and the NEW ONE TORONTO. Pick-up a taxi (15 minutes ride) from our house. From the downtown ADO (CAME) : Bus station in Merida (3 minutes by foot):When you are leaving the bus station, walk to your left; continue up to 67th street and turn right (same way the cars go); we are situated at 547 B on the left hand before the corner of 68th street . The streets are on a grid with even numbers running north/south and odd numbers running east/west. It's impossible to get lost. Interaction with GuestsWe speak French, English and Spanish. We like to give a lot of suggestions. Contact us any time to ask informations. The Neighborhood There is a lot to see and do: Art galleries, exhibitions, dances, the city market, great restaurants, architectural wonders, several theaters, the easily accessible Progreso beach, haciendas, cenotes, Mayan temples, nature parks, and much much more. Getting AroundLa Pantera Negra is located south of the Zocalo in the San Juan neibourhood where most of the bus stations are settled; San Juan is very pleasant and more typical including the Santa Isabel ermit chapel. The size and the configuration of this colonial house help us to offer you personalized services in the Centro Historico environment near all the public services. Other Things to NoteWhat is an Eco-Chic hotel in Merida, Yucatan? First of all, our name,the black panther (pantera negra) is a rare species of the jaguar (a wild animal protected by law) that is native to the Yucatan. Because Jean-Pierre and Isabelle care about the environment, there are special things they do to protect it. For instance, there is plenty of sun here all the year around, so they use it to heat the water instead of using a gas heater. As the drinkable water is always sold in plastic bottles, which are not recycled in Yucatan, they supply guests with a reusable bottle of fresh treated water from the cenote before you leave La Pantera Negra to visit Merida and all the sites. Instead of using an air conditioning system they control the temperature naturally with very high ceilings, and by managing the natural air circulation with fans. The thick ancient stone walls and the constant air flow from the ocean keep the interior comfortable. There are many reasons they decided to re-open La Pantera Negra in Merida: this city, among the oldest in the Americas (founded in 1542) is energetic and exciting and has a high level of culture; it has the advantages of a large modern city and at the same time has preserved the 2nd largest colonial center in the Americas and has the oldest Cathedral of the continent. It is peaceful and very safe. It is easily reachable by air and is located close to many Mayan archeological sites--near Chichen Itza, Uxmal and a number of amazing cenotes. It's just half an hour by bus or car from the Mexican Gulf and the coastal flamingo parks. La Pantera Negra is located south of the Zocalo (the main city square) in the San Juan neighborhood where most of the bus stations are found. San Juan is a safe, pleasant and typical area that includes the Santa Isabel chapel. The size and the configuration of this colonial house help to offer you personalized services in the fascinating environment of the Centro Historico. By the way, here there are 339 sunny days in every year and an average temperature of 26 degrees centigrade. Renovations on this colonial house were managed responsibly by recycling the stones and gravel from demolished walls in order to mount the garden walls, the swimming pool and the patio. By keeping the plants, the orange, cashew and palm trees and growing new local vegetation, Jean-Pierre and Isabelle are refreshing the place naturally. While creating a roof garden for their vegetables, they also added a relaxing terrace overlooking the pool and tropical garden below. They collect and recycle rain water in an old cistern in order to wash the floors and irrigate the gardens. In addition to the other things they do to preserve and respect the environment, they buy locally produced fresh food from the large city farmers' market and use the vegetables from their roof garden. Jean-Pierre and Isabelle invite you to participate with them in a new way to live responsibly but comfortably. Join themon a lovely journey in an urban Yucatecan posada while leaving a low carbon footprint on our planet.
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The SpaceIf the room isn't available, please check our king size or double bedroom. Guest AccessYou can use all common areas. Feel free to hang out in a living room, cook in a kitchen. Interaction with GuestsWe love meeting new people, sharing travelling stories. Also we are always ready to give you some tips about doing things in Merida and around. The NeighborhoodHouse is located in Colonia Centro, in a residential area where lives mainly local families. Distance to the main square (the heart of centro historico) - 30 minutes walk, bus station - 13 minutes walk. Now in Merida we have Uber service which takes you to main square for around 25 pesos. There is a bus that takes you close to main square as well. In our area sometimes you can hear dogs and rooster. We will be happy to share with you travelling tips in and around Merida and share our recommendations where to shop, eat, drink and dance. Getting AroundTaxis and buses are easily available. Single bus fare is 7 pesos, taxi fare from our house to the main square is 25 pesos (with companies Taximetro or Econotaxi during the day). Uber service to main square around 25 pesos. Other Things to NoteFree Wi-Fi in all house Ceiling andfloor fans in your bedroom Two single beds and a hammock in your bedroom Equipped kitchen with cooking appliances Free coffee and tea Two bathrooms and showers (shared) If you are more than two guests we can provide double airbed. I will clean your room, empty bin in a room, change your bed linen and towels once a week if you are staying more than 7 nights only, more often possible for extra charge.
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The SpaceHotel Mérida Santiago is a relaxed Yucateca colonial style hotel located in the historic center of Mérida. After a hard day’s sight seeing, join us for evening drinks or dinner and escape from Meridas tropical heat with a cool swim in our courtyard pool, open 24 hours a day. Want to explore more? We ‘ll help you organize tours or other activities like diving or a cooking class. Or for bit of luxury, book spa treatments in the privacy of your room. We also have an onsite chef to cater to your needs. Check our services Guest AccessAll suites include: * Pool view. * Free cold water, cola and beer in the Minibar/Fridge en suite. * 3 course courtesy breakfast. * Free bathroom amenities. * Free & Fast WIFI in the suites and public areas. * Each suite has an Air conditioner unit with remote. * Big size flat screen led televisions * Safety deposit box. * Hairdryer. * Handmade furniture, doors and windows. * High end mattresses and sheets * Big size comfortable pool towels. * Double sinks in all bathrooms. * Daily maid service included. Interaction with GuestsSocial Time Social time every early evening. You are invited to try some local drinks and botanas (snacks) as courtesy of your hosts. Social times are a great way to interact with other guests. The NeighborhoodSantiago is one of the better neighborhoods of the historic center in Merida. A lot of ex-pats are living here, it has a market where you can also eat the traditional Yucatan food, some restaurants, a zoo, a cinema, supermarkets etc.. Getting AroundTaxi's are very cheap. Less than 4 usd for a ride in the historical center. Other Things to NoteThere is plenty of parking in front of the hotel. The hotel has all services you could wish for like en suite massages and facials, tours, its own chef (possible to have great meals at the hotel) etc..
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The SpaceCasa Carmita B&B & Spa , is located in the heart of the historic center of Merida . Among the Plaza de Santa Ana and Santa Lucia. The house has 6 bedrooms, swimming pool with spa jets and SPA. WHITE ROOM , is one of the rooms in the old house, with its high ceilings . The bathroom is partially open , since the climate allows this type of space . The bed is blacksmithing and paste soils retaining the traditional Merida. The ROOM has: - Queen Size Bed - Air Conditioning - Fan - Mini - bar - Information about Mérida and Yucatán The room rate is including BREAKFAS with products tipicals from Yucatán. The house features a SPA with an extensive menu of services: - Manicure and pedicure spa - Massages (Contracture Relieve, Swedish,..) - Body and Facial Theatment - Waxing At guests' disposal is the POOL. If necessary , we have PARKING spaces , which must be booked in advance . Guest AccessSERVICES INCLUDED - Air Conditioning - Minibar with Drinks (extra cost) - Pool from 10 am to 20pm - SPA Cortesy (stays than 3 more nights)* - WIFI - Laundry Service Interaction with GuestsAll guests can contact me before, during or after your stay, either through the airbnb mail or through my cell that provide them when you arrive. Normally I'm always for breakfast time or late afternoon.
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Excellent
3 reviews
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The SpaceLa Pantera Negra B&B and Gallery dispose of 4 separate suites, each with its own private bathroom with a large shower, healthy breakfast (del chef), parking, terrace, pool, lounge and fast free-WIFI access. Each room has been decorated differently; most of them have 18-foot ceilings and traditional pasta tiles floor tiles. Jean-Pierre and Isabelle will be happy to host your stay in the beautiful city of Merida, called ¨la Ciudad Blanca¨ in Mexico, and show you our new gallery. We fell in love with Mexico and the Yucatan for its friendly and peaceful people, the Mayan and Spanish colonial cultures. We will help you to discover the magical charm that Merida and the Yucatan have to offer. Guest AccessHow to arrive at La Pantera Negra B&B and Gallery, Mérida,Yucatan,México  Very easy from Cancun airport : First, when you leave the airport, walk completely to your right to the end of the airport near the Corona tower. Next, buy a ticket bus with ADO, Cancun-Mérida or rent a car. Bus: You will have to stop on the way at the Cancun bus terminal and change buses before continuing on to reach Merida. There are many departures from the Cancun terminal, every 15 minutes. The bus ride Cancun-Mérida (CAME) costs around 28US including the ticket from airport to downtown Cancun. Approx 4 hours. Buses are comfortable, clean and air conditioned. The downtown bus station in Merida (CAME) and is only 2 blocks from the Pantera Negra.  Rental car: Drive through the highway to Mérida. Take the Aviacion/Itzaes boulevard. Turn right side on 65A, always straight upto the end. At the end turn right (San Juan). Turn left on 67. We are situated at 547 B on the left hand before the corner of 68th street. Approx: 3.5hr From Merida airport : Direct flights to Mérida (MID) from : Atlanta, Houston, Miami, Mexico City, Cancun and the NEW ONE TORONTO. Pick-up a taxi (15 minutes ride) from our house. From the downtown ADO (CAME) : Bus station in Merida (3 minutes by foot):When you are leaving the bus station, walk to your left; continue up to 67th street and turn right (same way the cars go); we are situated at 547 B on the left hand before the corner of 68th street . The streets are on a grid with even numbers running north/south and odd numbers running east/west. It's impossible to get lost. Interaction with GuestsWe speak French, English and Spanish. We like to give a lot of suggestions. Contact us any time to ask informations. The Neighborhood There is a lot to see and do: Art galleries, exhibitions, dances, the city market, great restaurants, architectural wonders, several theaters, the easily accessible Progreso beach, haciendas, cenotes, Mayan temples, nature parks, and much much more. Getting AroundLa Pantera Negra is located south of the Zocalo in the San Juan neibourhood where most of the bus stations are settled; San Juan is very pleasant and more typical including the Santa Isabel ermit chapel. The size and the configuration of this colonial house help us to offer you personalized services in the Centro Historico environment near all the public services. Other Things to NoteWhat is an Eco-Chic hotel in Merida, Yucatan? First of all, our name,the black panther (pantera negra) is a rare species of the jaguar (a wild animal protected by law) that is native to the Yucatan. Because Jean-Pierre and Isabelle care about the environment, there are special things they do to protect it. For instance, there is plenty of sun here all the year around, so they use it to heat the water instead of using a gas heater. As the drinkable water is always sold in plastic bottles, which are not recycled in Yucatan, they supply guests with a reusable bottle of fresh treated water from the cenote before you leave La Pantera Negra to visit Merida and all the sites. Instead of using an air conditioning system they control the temperature naturally with very high ceilings, and by managing the natural air circulation with fans. The thick ancient stone walls and the constant air flow from the ocean keep the interior comfortable. There are many reasons they decided to re-open La Pantera Negra in Merida: this city, among the oldest in the Americas (founded in 1542) is energetic and exciting and has a high level of culture; it has the advantages of a large modern city and at the same time has preserved the 2nd largest colonial center in the Americas and has the oldest Cathedral of the continent. It is peaceful and very safe. It is easily reachable by air and is located close to many Mayan archeological sites--near Chichen Itza, Uxmal and a number of amazing cenotes. It's just half an hour by bus or car from the Mexican Gulf and the coastal flamingo parks. La Pantera Negra is located south of the Zocalo (the main city square) in the San Juan neighborhood where most of the bus stations are found. San Juan is a safe, pleasant and typical area that includes the Santa Isabel chapel. The size and the configuration of this colonial house help to offer you personalized services in the fascinating environment of the Centro Historico. By the way, here there are 339 sunny days in every year and an average temperature of 26 degrees centigrade. Renovations on this colonial house were managed responsibly by recycling the stones and gravel from demolished walls in order to mount the garden walls, the swimming pool and the patio. By keeping the plants, the orange, cashew and palm trees and growing new local vegetation, Jean-Pierre and Isabelle are refreshing the place naturally. While creating a roof garden for their vegetables, they also added a relaxing terrace overlooking the pool and tropical garden below. They collect and recycle rain water in an old cistern in order to wash the floors and irrigate the gardens. In addition to the other things they do to preserve and respect the environment, they buy locally produced fresh food from the large city farmers' market and use the vegetables from their roof garden. Jean-Pierre and Isabelle invite you to participate with them in a new way to live responsibly but comfortably. Join themon a lovely journey in an urban Yucatecan posada while leaving a low carbon footprint on our planet.
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The SpaceCasa Carmita B&B & Spa, is located in the heart of the historic center of Merida. Between Plaza de Santa Ana , Santa Lucia and Santiago. The house has 6 bedrooms each with private bath, pool with jets and spa area . The room has : - Air Conditioning - Fan - Mini - bar - Nice views of the garden. The price of the room , is including a la carte breakfast with typical products of Yucatán and varied to suit all tastes . The house has SPA ( SPA Mérida ), with an extensive menu of services: - Manicure and pedicure spa - Relaxing massage - Relieving Massage - Maya Massage - Hot Stone ... If necessary , we PARKING space , which must be booked in advance. Guest AccessSERVICES INCLUDED: - Air Conditioning - MINIBAR with drinks (Extra cost) - Pool from 10.00 am to 20.00 pm - WIFI - Laundry. Interaction with GuestsIn each room we have information about Merida and Yucatan , plus city maps and options for restaurants , tours, etc. When you arrive, I'll give you an explanation of attractions to visit. Other Things to NoteCasa Carmita nació hace dos años como Bed & Breakfast y casa de huéspedes. Mérida SPA tiene el mismo tiempo. Ambos comenzaron como proyectos sin ningún fin específico más que el propio de su actividad ... Sin embargo no contábamos con lo que sucedería durante estos dos años ... No sabemos si fue por casualidad o simplemente por estar viviendo en este Mundo, pero la gente que llamó a nuestra puerta para pedir trabajo, tenían un común denominador ... "eran mamás solteras"; mujeres solas que cuidan de sus hijos, trabajan y esperan una buena oportunidad para salir adelante. De este hecho nace "Una idea". La idea consistía en ayudar un poco a que la situación de estas familias monoparentales mejorase … acomodar horarios para que pudieran venir a trabajar sin desatender a sus hijos y también ayudarles a que pudieran formarse y si el día de mañana decidían buscar un empleo mejor, que sus oportunidades fueran mayores. La primera en llamar a la puerta fue Guadalupe, que con 22 años solo quería una oportunidad; no aportaba experiencia, pero traía su sonrisa y sus ganas de trabajar. Poco a poco fue creciendo con nosotros … y un día dijo que quería más … Hoy es uno de los pilares más importantes de Mérida Spa. Sigue con sus estudios, viene a trabajar y por supuesto se ocupa de su hijo. Después llegaría Zelmy con una gran experiencia el en mundo del Spa Maya Tradicional, mucha fuerza y 3 hijos, Daniela con dos niñas y muchas ganas por aprender algo nuevo y finalmente Danae … que con un bebé intenta buscar su camino … y ahí vamos … Juntas suman 7 niños y niñas … de diversas edades … así que se nos ocurrió dar un paso más: Clases de inglés. En este punto aún nos estamos organizando … sabemos que serán los sábados por la mañana de 09.00 a 14.00, sabemos que serán en el “Salón Blanco” de Casa Carmita y que comienzan el 01 de Noviembre … Ahora está la labor de buscar maestros que nos quieran apoyar en el proyecto en alguna de estas áreas: • Inglés: 09.00-11.00 horas • Idioma II: 11.30 – 12.30 horas • Informática: 12.30-14.00 horas CONTINUARÁ ...
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Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, Rental, Property, House, Home, Huge Pool, Massive Garden, Fruit Trees, Palms, Cabana, 3 Bedroom, 3 Bathroom, Stainless Kitchen, Private Theatre, Luxury, In Merida, Yucatan, Mexico To refresh you, there is a large swimming pool next to
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3br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceYou will have the whole villa entirely for your own group. We do have a 3 night minimum rental. The villa has a beautiful outdoor courtyard with a pool and a barbecue. Other Things to NoteYou will be responsible for the cost of your electricity usage which will be billed at US$0.35 per kw/h
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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The SpaceHotel Mérida Santiago is a relaxed Yucateca colonial style hotel located in the historic center of Mérida. It’s walking distance from Mérida’s main attractions: the central market square, the zoo, Palacio del Gobierno, the old market Lucas Galvéz, Paseo de Montejo and much more. Mérida Santiago has six luxurious and spacious suites, each with its own character. Five suites offer comfortable king sized beds and one suite has two queen size beds. All come with refrigerators and valuables safe. Large en suite bathrooms feature double sinks and walk-in rain showers. Two suites have Jacuzzi tubs with hydro jet massage. The central courtyard offers guests a place to relax, eat, drink and swim. It’s an excellent place to escape Mérida’s tropical heat. The bar is fully stocked and the pool is open 24 hours a day. Rita and Jan are the owner-hosts. Besides taking care of your lodging needs, they will share their extensive knowledge of Mérida and the Yucatan to make your visit a great success. Guest AccessAll common aeras and their private suite and private spa bath and the pool Interaction with GuestsFrom 7 am till 22:00 and most of the time till later there will be someone to assist you with questions about food, drinks, touristic info, massage, yoga classes etc etc. The NeighborhoodThe Santiago neighborhood was the old entrance to the city. It is less than 1 km from the central square and has beautiful architecture, the zoo, a cinema, the kardinal a cantina with familiar atmosphere and in the weekend great life music, great street food and several nice restaurants, some supermarkets, great cultural life with all Tuesday nights a bigband playing and dancing, several art galeries, cultural center etc etc. Getting AroundThere is plenty of street parkng and also we have locked parking space. Big central bus station ADO Came is 800 meter distance. Taxi is very cheap and we make appointments for you to pick you up in the hotel, the same for car rentals, we can assist you with that. Also we can help you with tours and daytrips and cooking classes. Other Things to NoteBreakfast is included as is the minibar and social time. There is a chef cook and menu available only for our guests.
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The SpaceHotel Mérida Santiago is a relaxed colonial style hotel located in the historic center of Mérida in Yucatan. It’s walking distance from Mérida’s main attractions: the central market square, the zoo, Palacio del Gobierno, the old market Lucas Galvéz, Paseo de Montejo and much more. Mérida Santiago has four luxurious and spacious suites, each with its own character. Five suites offer comfortable king sized beds and one suite suite has two queen size beds. All come with refrigerators and valuables safe. Large en suite bathrooms feature double sinks and walk-in rain showers. Two suites have Jacuzzi tubs with hydro jet massage. The central courtyard offers guests a place to relax, eat, drink and swim. It’s an excellent place to escape Mérida’s tropical heat. The bar is fully stocked and the pool is open 24 hours a day. Rita and Jan are the owner-hosts. Besides taking care of your lodging needs, they will share their extensive knowledge of Mérida and the Yucatan to make your visit a great success. The NeighborhoodSantiago is one of the better neighborhoods of the historic center in Merida. A lot of ex-pats are living here, it has a market, some restaurants, a zoo etc..
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Excellent
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The SpaceLa Pantera Negra B&B and Gallery dispose of 4 separate suites, each with its own private bathroom with a large shower, healthy breakfast (del chef), parking, terrace, pool, lounge and fast free-WIFI access. Each room has been decorated differently; most of them have 18-foot ceilings and traditional pasta tiles floor tiles. Jean-Pierre and Isabelle will be happy to host your stay in the beautiful city of Merida, called ¨la Ciudad Blanca¨ in Mexico, and show you our new gallery. We fell in love with Mexico and the Yucatan for its friendly and peaceful people, the Mayan and Spanish colonial cultures. We will help you to discover the magical charm that Merida and the Yucatan have to offer. Guest AccessHow to arrive at La Pantera Negra B&B and Gallery, Mérida,Yucatan,México  Very easy from Cancun airport : First, when you leave the airport, walk completely to your right to the end of the airport near the Corona tower. Next, buy a ticket bus with ADO, Cancun-Mérida or rent a car. Bus: You will have to stop on the way at the Cancun bus terminal and change buses before continuing on to reach Merida. There are many departures from the Cancun terminal, every 15 minutes. The bus ride Cancun-Mérida (CAME) costs around 28US including the ticket from airport to downtown Cancun. Approx 4 hours. Buses are comfortable, clean and air conditioned. The downtown bus station in Merida (CAME) and is only 2 blocks from the Pantera Negra.  Rental car: Drive through the highway to Mérida. Take the Aviacion/Itzaes boulevard. Turn right side on 65A, always straight upto the end. At the end turn right (San Juan). Turn left on 67. We are situated at 547 B on the left hand before the corner of 68th street. Approx: 3.5hr From Merida airport : Direct flights to Mérida (MID) from : Atlanta, Houston, Miami, Mexico City, Cancun and the NEW ONE TORONTO. Pick-up a taxi (15 minutes ride) from our house. From the downtown ADO (CAME) : Bus station in Merida (3 minutes by foot):When you are leaving the bus station, walk to your left; continue up to 67th street and turn right (same way the cars go); we are situated at 547 B on the left hand before the corner of 68th street . The streets are on a grid with even numbers running north/south and odd numbers running east/west. It's impossible to get lost. Interaction with GuestsWe speak French, English and Spanish. We like to give a lot of suggestions. Contact us any time to ask informations. The Neighborhood There is a lot to see and do: Art galleries, exhibitions, dances, the city market, great restaurants, architectural wonders, several theaters, the easily accessible Progreso beach, haciendas, cenotes, Mayan temples, nature parks, and much much more. Getting AroundLa Pantera Negra is located south of the Zocalo in the San Juan neibourhood where most of the bus stations are settled; San Juan is very pleasant and more typical including the Santa Isabel ermit chapel. The size and the configuration of this colonial house help us to offer you personalized services in the Centro Historico environment near all the public services. Other Things to NoteWhat is an Eco-Chic hotel in Merida, Yucatan? First of all, our name,the black panther (pantera negra) is a rare species of the jaguar (a wild animal protected by law) that is native to the Yucatan. Because Jean-Pierre and Isabelle care about the environment, there are special things they do to protect it. For instance, there is plenty of sun here all the year around, so they use it to heat the water instead of using a gas heater. As the drinkable water is always sold in plastic bottles, which are not recycled in Yucatan, they supply guests with a reusable bottle of fresh treated water from the cenote before you leave La Pantera Negra to visit Merida and all the sites. Instead of using an air conditioning system they control the temperature naturally with very high ceilings, and by managing the natural air circulation with fans. The thick ancient stone walls and the constant air flow from the ocean keep the interior comfortable. There are many reasons they decided to re-open La Pantera Negra in Merida: this city, among the oldest in the Americas (founded in 1542) is energetic and exciting and has a high level of culture; it has the advantages of a large modern city and at the same time has preserved the 2nd largest colonial center in the Americas and has the oldest Cathedral of the continent. It is peaceful and very safe. It is easily reachable by air and is located close to many Mayan archeological sites--near Chichen Itza, Uxmal and a number of amazing cenotes. It's just half an hour by bus or car from the Mexican Gulf and the coastal flamingo parks. La Pantera Negra is located south of the Zocalo (the main city square) in the San Juan neighborhood where most of the bus stations are found. San Juan is a safe, pleasant and typical area that includes the Santa Isabel chapel. The size and the configuration of this colonial house help to offer you personalized services in the fascinating environment of the Centro Historico. By the way, here there are 339 sunny days in every year and an average temperature of 26 degrees centigrade. Renovations on this colonial house were managed responsibly by recycling the stones and gravel from demolished walls in order to mount the garden walls, the swimming pool and the patio. By keeping the plants, the orange, cashew and palm trees and growing new local vegetation, Jean-Pierre and Isabelle are refreshing the place naturally. While creating a roof garden for their vegetables, they also added a relaxing terrace overlooking the pool and tropical garden below. They collect and recycle rain water in an old cistern in order to wash the floors and irrigate the gardens. In addition to the other things they do to preserve and respect the environment, they buy locally produced fresh food from the large city farmers' market and use the vegetables from their roof garden. Jean-Pierre and Isabelle invite you to participate with them in a new way to live responsibly but comfortably. Join themon a lovely journey in an urban Yucatecan posada while leaving a low carbon footprint on our planet.
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The SpacePenthouse Rooftop Apartment four blocks from the Zocalo, in 19th C. mansion dating from the heady times of lots of money, Mayan workers, and the cheap raw materials for creating wealth - henequen and chicle. A house museum and a step back in time. Presently available, one Rooftop Apartment with kitchenette, bath, and three terraces (front, rear, mirador). Breakfast is not included. There is WIFI, but no TV. Filled with the trappings and echos of other centuries. Easy access to many forms of urban transport, the nearby plazas and parks, and the city center a few short blocks away. The illuminated cathedral can be viewed from your terrace. Thirty-five years experience serving visitors to Yucatan, Q. Roo and the Caribbean. Santiago, our barrio, was, and is, one of Merida's colonial neighborhoods. Like spokes of a wheel, these neighborhoods circle the core of the old city, and include a plaza, colonial church, market, taxis, and street life. Six of these satellite neighborhoods still exist only 4 or 5 blocks from the Main Plaza and Cathedral. In Mexico, you can go anywhere by public transport - a bus to the shopping malls passes in front of our building - the first and second class bus stations are 5 blocks south. Taxis pass continually or can be called. Hosts speak Spanish, English and Maya and are musicians, yesterday's tour guides, historians, and have owned and operated a seaside copra plantation as an educational field station on the Caribbean. Interaction with GuestsThirty-five years experience serving visitors to Yucatan, Q. Roo and the Caribbean. The NeighborhoodSantiago is one of Merida's colonial neighborhoods. Like spokes of a wheel, these neighborhoods circle the core of the old city, and include a plaza, colonial church, market, taxis, and street life. Six of these satellite neighborhoods still exist only 4 or 5 blocks from the Main Plaza and Cathedral. Getting AroundPublic transport passes in front of our building with two major shopping malls at the end of the line. Buses into the core of the Old City pass one half block from the front door. The Main Bus Terminal is a 5 block walk. Taxis will take you to any of the other three or four bus terminals, and the airport is 12 to 15 min. away. Other Things to NoteHosts speak Spanish, English and Maya and are musicians, yesterday's tour guides, historians, and have owned and operated a seaside copra plantation as an educational field station on the Caribbean.
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The SpaceThe room is equipped with air conditioning, ceiling fan, iPod/iPhone dock, Wi-Fi, 400 threads cotton sheets, option of soft or firm pillows, complete bathroom with organic amenities and a Queen size bed. Guest AccessLiving room, breakfast room, garden, patio and terrace. Continental Breakfast is included with fresh seasonal fruits, orange juice, croissants, bread, butter, jam, extra virgin olive oil, freshly brewed coffee and wide variety of teas. Interaction with GuestsWe share our home with our guests and are ready to provide recommendations about the city´s points of interest but do not interfere with their activities or privacy. The NeighborhoodThe Itzimná is one of the most traditional neighbourhoods of the city. Today is still considered one of the most beautiful and safest areas of Mérida. Surrounded by old neoclassical style mansions, parks, gardens and with a lovely chapel in the middle of the main square. Getting AroundCasa Chaya is conveniently located across the street from one of the stops of the Turibus ( sightseeing bus) that runs daily to the most important sites of the city. It is within 10 minutes walk to Paseo Montejo (Mérida´s main throughfare) and approximately 30 minutes walk to Mérida´s Plaza Grande or main square. Other Things to NoteAn oasis of tranquility after a long day visit at the many amazing archaeological mayan citadels that surround Mérida.
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The SpaceThe room is equipped with air conditioning, ceiling fan, iPod/iPhone dock, Wi-Fi, 400 threads cotton sheets, option of soft or firm pillows, complete bathroom with organic amenities and a King Size bed. Guest AccessLiving room, breakfast room, garden, patio and terrace. Continental Breakfast is included with fresh seasonal fruits, orange juice, croissants, bread, butter, jam, extra virgin olive oil, freshly brewed coffee and a wide variety of teas. Interaction with GuestsWe share our home with our guests and are ready to provide recommendations about the city's points of interest but do not interfere with their activities or privacy. The NeighborhoodThe Itzimná is one of the most traditional neighborhoods of the city. Today is still considered one of the most beautiful and safest areas of Mérida. Surrounded by old neoclassical style mansions, parks, gardens and with a lovely Chapel in the middle of the main square. Getting AroundCasa Chaya is conveniently located across the street from one of the stops of the TuriBus (sightseeing bus) that runs daily to the most important sites of the city. It is within 10 minutes walk to Paseo Montejo (Mérida's main thoroughfare) and approximately 30 minute walk to Mérida's Plaza Grande or Main Square. Other Things to NoteAn oasis of tranquility after a long day visit at the many amazing Archaeological Mayan Citadels that surround Mérida.
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Excellent
9 reviews
1br Home/Apartment
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This property was deactivated by the owner. We have found several other available options for your stay.
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2br Home/Apartment
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A beautiful place, an opportunity to rest better than ever close to the threes, This Village
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Good
4 reviews
2br Home/Apartment
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The SpaceCasa kuxtal (in mayan "The house of life"), is a gorgeous 200 years old, recently renovated colonial house. The house was fully furnished with exquisite taste with antiques of the region. It is situated in an unbeatable location; right in the most beautiful park of Merida in the famous calle 60: Santa Ana square. Casa Kuxtal is only two blocks from Paseo Montejo and walking distance to shops, restaurants, coffee shops, theatres and museums. Buy fresh groceries in the local market, have an ice cream in the square or have a stroll in front of historical mansions, right in front of your door! Casa Kuxtal has all the amenities you need to make your stay in Merida unforgettable: colonial high-beamed ceilings -typical of old colonial houses-, a refreshing pool, a beautiful garden, an outdoor shower and a roof garden with a great view. Everything in Casa Kuxtal is environmentally friendly, we have a solar heater, energy saving appliances (induction stove), LED lights, solar lamps, and a green roof. To make your stay more comfortable, the house includes ceiling fans, AC in both rooms, cable TV, wireless internet, phone line and a cell phone for your use during your stay. The house also includes a BBQ, a projector to watch movies, board games, books and a hammock to lay down and relax! a full house. Not much interaction since the house is for you during your stay Santa Ana is the best neighbourhood in Merida. You can walk everywhere from here. Guest Accessa full house. Interaction with GuestsNot much interaction since the house is for you during your stay The NeighborhoodSanta Ana is the best neighbourhood in Merida. Getting AroundYou can walk everywhere from here.
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3br 4-star Hotel
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Situated in Merida, this hotel is within 6 mi (10 km) of Estadio de Beisbol Kukulkan, Museum of the City of Merida, and Museum of the Yucatecan Song. Parque de La Mejorada and Popular Art Museum are also within 6 mi (10 km).
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Poor
22 reviews
30br 4-star Hotel
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Located in Centro, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Casa Montes Molina Museum and Anthropology and History Museum. U.S. Consulate Merida and Plaza de Toros de Merida are also within 1 mi (2 km).
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7br 4-star Hotel
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Located in Centro, this hotel is within a 15-minute walk of Casa Frederick Catherwood, Merida English Library, and Zoological Park of Centenario. Hidalgo Park and Teatro Peon Contreras are also within 15 minutes.
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Poor
379 reviews
70br 4-star Hotel
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Located in Centro, this hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Merida Tourism Office, Museum of the City of Merida, and Parque de La Mejorada. Popular Art Museum and Macay Museum are also within 10 minutes.
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Poor
4 reviews
48br 3-star Hotel
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Located in Centro, this hotel is steps from Hidalgo Park, Teatro Peon Contreras, and Plaza Grande. Merida Cathedral and Montejo House are also within 5 minutes.
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15br Hostel
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Aventura Hotel is located in the "Barrio de Santiago" seven blocks from the main square of the city, walk about 15 minutes ago. Also 3 blocks from Santiago Park, where there is a market typical food of the region, the Santiago Apostol Church, que was built in the seventeenth century. The Tuesday night Santiago offers live music, the memory is the 1940 's in Mexico. the Merida's streets are safe and surprises With the architecture of the colonial era. You can find nearby supermarkets, convenience stores, cinemas, restaurants, bookstores, bus terminal, etc.
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Good
31 reviews
24br 3-star Hotel
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Located in Centro, this hotel is within a 5-minute walk of Teatro Peon Contreras, Hidalgo Park, and Plaza Grande. Montejo House and Merida Cathedral are also within 10 minutes.
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63br 3-star Hotel
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The San Juan is located in the historic center of Santa Lucia Park is the center of the trios Reuinion, guitars and bohemian Meridana. The Historic Centre of Saint Lucia is an attraction forced, since it can hear the famous Yucatecan serenades. The San Juan is located close to everything. Restaurants, banks, etc.. in the most beautiful area of Merida.
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5br Bed & Breakfast
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The Black Panther is located in Merida, a 10-minute walk from Paseo de Montejo. It has an outdoor swimming pool. All rooms have cable TV, Wi-Fi and a private bathroom with shower amenities. The accommodation offers guests massages, garden and TV lounge. The hotel allowed small pets for an additional cost.
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6br Other
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Carmita House has 6 rooms with private bathroom each. It is located in the historic center of Merida, in the triangle between Plaza de Santa Lucia, Santa Ana and Santiago. Breakfast is included and the kitchen access is free. Ideal for long or simply seasons to visit the city one or two days. Each room has: - Fan - Minibar - Library - Queen Size (maximum 2 people)
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2br Other
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I live with my husband, a native of Merida, in a colonial home we restored at the edge of the Centro Historico. We have two chatty parrots and a baby on the way. Our home is a 15 minute walk from the center of downtown, but our neighborhood is full of places to shop and eat, parks to stroll in and local culture to soak up. We are both trained chefs, so our kitchen is fully equipped to whip up anything you might find in the central market. We have a beautiful pool and many lounging areas, plus a big screen tv, wifi and three bikes you are welcome to use.