Nestled in the heart of Merida, Mansion Merida is an ornate manor on the Yucatan Peninsula boasting a past rich with history.
Dating back to 1644 and once owned by famed Governor Rodrigo Flores de Aldana, this elegant resort features Belle Epoque architecture and overlooks the leafy palm trees and exhilarating streets of the city.
The magnificent chandeliers, plush European furniture, and well-appointed suites create a truly glamorous atmosphere while the five-year-long renovations enhance the stunning original state of the mansion.
Considered a Historical Monument, this Yucatan hotel is just a short walk away from San Idelfonso’s Cathedral and a variety of celebrated restaurants, vibrant nightlife, and Yucatecan tradition.
Each of the 14 suites in this historic hotel feature unique hand-painted walls, deluxe bedding, and modern amenities that truly compliment the outdoor pool and sprawling tropical gardens outside.
Whether enjoying the local cuisine made with fresh, locally sourced ingredients at The Mansion Merida Restaurant, sipping a specialty cocktail at the outdoor Bistro, fitting in a quick workout at the fully equipped gym, or relaxing with a massage complete with Bougainvillea flower oil, Mansion Merida has something for every guest.
Bistro on the Park
Guests will not have to travel far to enjoy utterly exquisite cuisine. With enticing on-site dining options, this historic hotel offers a splendid range of delicious dishes sure to please any palate.
Featuring a menu complete with the perfect blend of French dining mixed with traditional Yucatan recipes, The Mansion Merida Restaurant boasts high quality ingredients, top tier meats, international wines, and indulgent desserts.
Toast to an enchanting evening while admiring the hand-painted walls inspired by the Claude Monet’s famous Water Lilies paintings and enjoy the sophisticated, intimate ambience at this historic hotel. Bistro’s dress code is formal.
A landmark in the heart of Mérida
This historic hotel was once owned by Governor Rodrigo Flores de Aldana during the 17th century.
The current owner’s mother inherited the property, who left the stunning mansion to her son, Don Raul Casares G Canton. As the current owner, he has invested in recovering the historical building and restoring the magical splendor of its rich past.
Now it is a memorial to Don Raul’s grandparents and his own childhood memories. Between maintaining the original architectural details, involving local artists to paint masterpieces in this Yucatan hotel, and hiring the top engineers to fulfill this vision, Mansion Merida has been converted into a luxury boutique hotel after five years of hard work.
The original property opened in the year 1644.
- Address: HIDALGO Park, Calle 59 s/n, Centro, 97000 Mérida, Yuc., Mexico
- BOOK BY PHONE: +1 866 670 3764
- Website: http://www.historichotelsworldwide.com/hotels-resorts/mansion-merida-on-the-park/
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