“Looking for a family getaway where you can disappear for a few days from the rest of the world? Hacienda Petac in Merida, Yucatán, Mexico might just be the place you’re looking for.
Now transformed into an all-inclusive resort, this beautifully restored colonial 17th Century estate sits on 250 acres of private property. The Hacienda offers the intimacy of a private villa combined with the services of a luxury hotel. But there’s also an added twist that makes it unique.
You can book the entire villa with a minimum of four guests up to a maximum of 14 for a four-night stay. And this way, the entire villa becomes your own personal retreat for the weekend.”
Hacienda Petac offers accommodations in four separate buildings featuring a total of seven spacious bedrooms, all of which have private baths and polished, native stone showers…
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