Set in a Spanish Colonial–style building overlooking Parque de Santa Lucía, this quaint, upscale hotel is a 7-minute walk from the Catedral de Mérida and the Government Palace. Just eight kilometers north of Aeropuerto Internacional Manuel Crescencio Rejón.
Cozy rooms and suites have traditional furnishings, original artwork and marble bathrooms, as well as park, pool and/or garden views. All come with free Wi-Fi, satellite TV and DVD players, in addition to minibars and safes. Suites feature balconies, and room service is available.
The hotel features a restaurant, a bar and an outdoor pool, plus a garden with fountains. Parking is complimentary (in case you decide to rent a car, which is always a good option while visiting Mérida).
This beautiful luxury boutique hotel, unique in its style and dimension, is located right across the street from the newly restored and now “trendy” Plaza Santa Lucia, considered within the public spaces of the municipality as the third oldest square in the city.
Santa Lucia is where the traditional Yucatecan Serenade takes place every Thursday night at 9 pm, providing a beautiful show of folklore for tourists and city residents, in which musicians, singers and dancing “mestizos”, decked out in their colorful costumes, dance the traditional “Jarana”, as they have for the last 40 years.
But more recently, Santa Lucía has become the “hot spot” in downtown Merida, featuring half a dozen up-scale restaurants such as La Tratto, Apoala, La Recova, Botella Verde, Chaya Maya and La Prosperidad where you can eat from pasta or prime rib steak, to Yucatecan or Oaxacan cuisine.
-Front desk 24 hrs
-Free parking in the same building.
-Bar-restaurant “Café Lucia”.
-Room Service from 7:00 am to 23 pm.
-Guided Tours-service to different archaeological sites.
-Dry Cleaning Service.
-Massages are offered for an addtional fee.
-Free continental breakfast included in the rate.
-15 Rooms of different sizes depending on your location.
-9 Rooms feature 1 KING SIZE BED.
-6 Rooms feature 2 Queen size beds.
-Room Jr. Suite.
-Terrace Pool and Palapa
-Boutique Fabrizio (specializing in high quality linen clothing.)
Mérida, Yucatán. México.
Phone: +52(999)928 0740
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