Casa Lecanda is a small luxury boutique hotel located within the historical center of Mérida, Yucatán.
Built in a completely restored traditional Yucatecan home, the hotel has been designed to retain the original Meridano style featuring aspects of European luxury so prevalent in the golden age of Merida’s Sisal barons.
Painstaking attention to detail, architecture, and landscaping provides guests with a uniquely local experience and a sanctuary within the city; a refuge of serenity, privacy and relaxation.
A place the guests can call home as they reach out and discover all the beauty and magnificence that the Yucatán Peninsula has to offer.
Casa Lecanda’s mission statement is: to provide their guests unparalleled service and personalized experience along with an exclusive and tranquil atmosphere, filled with lush beauty and all the modern comforts of a contemporary hotel.
Casa Lecanda offers seven distinct rooms uniquely decorated with custom crafted furniture, original clay tile floors, beautifully restored doors and windows. Rooms vary in layouts, sizes, bathrooms and patios to offer guests a complete experience.
Casa Lecanda offers two types of packages:
For more information go to: http://www.casalecanda.com/
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