The comfortable lobby of this small hotel has an open-air central courtyard with a fountain surrounded by plants and brightly painted walls of a tropical motif by local artist "Calocho" Millet. Each room has its own unique decor, as well a hammock, armoire, foot massager, and flat-screen TV. Ceramic tile details can be found in every bathroom, and shower floors are encrusted with river stones. Rooms on the first floor have high ceilings, and rooms #3, #104, and #108 (at
a slightly higher price) have Jacuzzis. There's a bakery on the premises, and the restaurant serves organic foods. Their quaint boutique sells folk art alongside exclusive fashion designs from Pineda Covalin. If you're sensitive to noise, request a room toward the back of the property.
Paseo de Montejo 1, Mérida, Yucatán, 97000, Mexico