Since the Yucatan climate remains much the same during the whole year, it allows you to enjoy your time relaxing by a pool at any time of the day or any season of the year. Today TYT brings you Part 1 of an amazing review according to Yucatan Travel about the best pools in the state to take a break and enjoy the day.
Located in the beautiful Magic Town of Valladolid, you will find this underground swimming pool that you might think is maybe a cenote (an underground natural lake), but actually it is a warm salty water pool that you will love.
2.- Hacienda San José Cholul
Besides serving one of the best Margaritas in the region, the Hacienda San José Hotel owns this beautiful swimming pool surrounded by an incredible garden; the view is amazing!
3.- Hacienda Temozón
Inside one of the best known and hugest haciendas in the Mexican southeast, stays this incredible swimming pool. The blue color of his water comes from the coating of the pool that is sealed with Chukum tree resin.
4.- Hacienda Santa Rosa
The Hacienda Santa Rosa Hotel owns one of the most famous swimming pools in the state, perfectly placed among the buildings of the hacienda and its botanic garden full of regional plants. It is surely one of the most peaceful places in the Mayan region.
5.- Hacienda Tekik de Regil
This swimming pool is placed inside one of the best preserved and restored haciendas in Yucatan, and taking a break there is a unique experience.
6.- Casa Lecanda
Inside one of the most prestigious Boutique-Hotels in the whole peninsula, Casa Lecanda’s swimming pool will be an unforgettable experience.
7.- Hyatt Merida Hotel
If you want not to go out of the city and to have an amazing view of the historic Paseo de Montejo (the most beautiful street in Merida), Merida’s Hyatt Regency Hotel Swimming pool will be the perfect choice for you. You can ask in the reception for the one day pass.
8.- Casa Italia Yucatán
With a perfect mixture of Merida’s modern and historic downtown architecture, the Casa Italia Yucatan’s swimming pool is a perfect place to rest and enjoy your travel through the city.
To be continued in Part 2.
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