Abandoned in 1913, this former hacienda was resurrected nearly a century later and transformed into a luxury hotel with an elegant restaurant. The original architecture and decor have been carefully preserved: the library has exposed-beam ceilings, cane chairs, sisal carpets, and wooden bookshelves at least 12 feet high. Formerly servants' quarters, each solar-powered casita has a private garden, hot tub, and bathroom, as well as a cozy bedroom; room #3 has a hidden cave.
Two suites are located in what used to be the hacienda's hospital. The original tienda de raya, or company store, now houses a spa that offers Mayan-influenced massage and other treatments. Just beyond the massive, 100-year-old ceiba tree are the machine house ruins that now shelter the outdoor pool. Candles are still lighted at the historic chapel.