More than a century old, this colonial home has been beautifully transformed into a five-bedroom hotel that's owned and operated by "Micha's" grandchildren. Rooms, named after five historic churches in Valladolid, are tastefully adorned with beamed ceilings, antique furnishings, wrought-iron headboards, and old photographs of the city. Modern touches are subtle like flat-screen TVs hidden inside rustic armoires, quiet a/c units, and rain showerheads inside marble bathrooms.
Slightly larger, the two suites have Jacuzzi tubs, stocked minibars, and Turkish bathrobes. Despite its central location, this cozy casa has lush gardens with a waterfall and clay pots scattered throughout the courtyard where a delightful breakfast of fruit, cereal, yogurt, and eggs is served.
Calle 39 No. 197, between 38 and 40, Valladolid, Yucatán, 97780, Mexico