The Flamingo Hotel is located in the center of the historic city of Merida. The building that is currently operating offers contemporary architecture and consists of three floors around a pool. The rooms are very well furnished and offer all the necessities you need to make your visit a great pleasure.
The owner of the Hotel Dolores Alba is Catalan although his physical appearance and accent seemed like a foreigner. It is located in the center of Merida. It has a huge patio with pool and rooms are arranged along the patio and on three different floors. The colonial style hotel has many arcades, is for travelers but is very nice and clean. Their website has all the information and photographs.
This is a hostel (not a hotel) 10 minutes from the center of the Yucatan capital of Merida. I emphasize the difference in terms of comfort. They boast five rooms with 8, 6, 4, or 2 beds, and they will provide bedcovers and pillows. The bathrooms are large and spacious, and they have comfortable rooms. In this area of the country, it's hot most of the year. I went in June and there were temperatures of 40-43 degrees Celsius, though they have several fans at your disposal and free wifi. The whole house is decorated with more than 300 works of Yucatan and Spanish art, which gives a special charm to your rest. A very relaxed place to rest, whatever your time. Edwin, who runs the Inn, is friendly and nice, always willing to help and offer his expertise and recommendations, such as excursions to Chiceh, Itza and Uxmal. If you want to go on your own without hiring guides and transportation, he will also give you the solutions you need, such as where to visit, where to eat and information on all kinds on places. It's like everything in Yucatec: quiet and affable. The only negative thing is that they must be paid in cash, and you don't have a key to get in anytime, but you have to call to get the door opened for you (there is a 4am curfew). For me, this is the ideal place to rest in Merida: near the center, cheap, quiet, and pleasant.
During my stay in Merida, Yucatan, Mexico, I had the ultimate stay at this tiny hotel that is a little cheesy, a little sexy, but very Colonial, with bright colors in a traditional Mexican style, with "hot pink ¨ being one them. It is set in the center of Merida. The interior of the Hotel is still intact, maintaining the same colonial concept and the original design. Of those is of New Spain. The Spanish loved open spaces and natural lighting. To my surprise I found this great little hotel, within the huge variety that there are, with large chains and luxurious hotels. The great thing about this hotel apart from being small are its outdoor tubs, along with its lakes and spectacular and amazing Spa treatments specializes in chocolate which gives it its name. The perfect experience.
The Hotel Luz en Yucatan is located in an old colonial house perfectly restored. The rooms are large and tastefully decorated. There is a swimming pool and each room has a hammock to relax. It is located in the historic part of Merida and five minutes walk from the center. The only downside is that it does not serve breakfast, but just in front of a cafeteria. Also in front of the hotel is private parking where you can leave the rental car. The price ranges from 50 to $ 84.
Holbox Island is a true Caribbean treasure located in the northern part of the Yucatan Peninsula, a heavenly crossroads between the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico. It is a very quiet and peaceful place. Mawimbi has been built and decorated with special attention to detail, respecting the colors and forms of nature and using techniques and products of traditional Mexican and Guatemalan crafts akin to the ancient Mayan culture. The curtains, blankets and cushions are made of old Guatemala ponchos, while the bathrooms are decorated with colorful Mexican Talavera. The tables and chairs have been hand carved. It is all surrounded by a lush tropical garden.
Merida is a beautiful city full of old quiet and interesting archaeological places nearby and tasty food. You can visit several cenotes and houses and museums and Cancun can be found only an hour away.
The Luxurious Hotel El Conquistador is on the main shopping avenue in Merida, Yucatan province. Once here you will find a luxurious and cozy place where you can enjoy your beautiful outdoor pool located on the top floor, a complete business center as well as meeting and convention rooms.
It is situated in the center of the historical area, with an excellent location for people who wish to explore the attractions of the city as well as surrounding areas. It also has superior rooms and suites that are fully equipped, including luxury amenities. All are equipped with TV, hairdryer, safe, bar and restaurant with regional and international cuisine to offer its guests.
The Hotel Casa Lucia is a luxury boutique hotel in the historic center of Merida. Built in the late nineteenth century, in the Santa Lucia. Among their services you find pool, restaurant and bar. Its 4-star facilities offer comfort and feature a private bathroom and the best furniture. Your guests will not forget your stay in this delightful hotel.
Ideal environment. An apartment with all amenities. 5 *. Breakfast buffet was incredible. Centrally located. Very good decoration and furniture. It was a beautiful stop in "The White City", where we toured the Paseo del Montejo, monuments and the main square with the Cathedral and Government House. Then, from there to CHICHEN ITZA. This place reveals the archaeo-astronomical advanced knowledge that the Mayan people had.
Hotel which has the advantage of being close to theaters, parks, cathedral, other churches, restaurants, city tours, convenience stores, banking, public transportation, museums, entertainment parks, cinemas and shopping centers, and guests can enjoy many tourist points of interest.
If you've decided to travel to the capital of Yucatán, then you'll be asking yourself where to stay in Merida. Luckily minube is here to help. You can use our search tool to compare prices of Merida hotels, guesthouses and hostels, and book your perfect Merida accommodations with just one click.
Because of its rich history, the city attracts a large number of travelers throughout the year. Compared to other Mexican cities, lodging in Merida is not particularly cheap, but if you are used to European prices, this won't be a problem, and you can find Merida hotel deals to lower the cost. Many visitors to Mexico worry about safety, and luckily Merida is known as one of the safest cities in the country. To keep your mind at ease though, we recommend that you search for places to stay in Merida within the historic town. Around the Plaza Grande you'll find some Merida lodging that won't break the bank, like guesthouses and cheaper hotels.
Typical places to stay in Merida are called haciendas. These large buildings constructed in the 19th century which have been restored and converted into hotels. There are cheap hotels in Merida, but staying in a hacienda is a special experience. Enjoy the unique atmosphere of the city, indulge in some of Merida's classic cuisine, and get a feel for the real Yucatan!