For budget hotels in Mérida, check out Hacienda Inn Aeropuerto, the 3-star hotel with rates starting at 37US$. Art Apart Hostel is a good, reasonably priced option situated 1350 feet from the city center with a room rate from 26US$. On a budget, you will find Maya Yucatan within a short walking distance of Church.
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Convenience of staying in hotels downtown
For those looking to immerse themselves in the buzz of Mérida's city center, Ambassador and Hotel Caribe are attractive prospects. A cheaper option in the center is Hostel Luna Nueva, which comes at 30US$ per night. In Centro de Merida district, you will find La Mision De Fray Diego (Adults Only), a 5-star hotel that comes equipped with an outdoor swimming pool, a health club and a golf course.
Luxury and boutique accommodation in Merida
The higher-end option is Hotel Hacienda Merida, which offers plenty of amenities, a 4-star rating, and is situated next to Museum of the Yucatecan Song. Travelers who enjoy boutique hotels should book Hotel Marionetas near Teatro Yucatan, which features free self-parking, an outdoor swimming pool and a sunbathing terrace. If you're looking for comfort and reliable service, book the 4-star City Express Plus Merida.
Explore and find your best apartments, B&Bs and others
Casa Chalia is a cozy apartment less than a 15-minute walk to Iglesia de San Cristobal. 62 St. Guesthouse is a great B&B with views of the city, situated within a short walk of Plaza "Dorada". Fiesta Americana Merida and Hyatt Regency Merida could both be the family hotels that you're looking for close to 100% Mexico. Make sure to choose Casa Lucia near Hundido Park - a top-rated resort with views of the park.
City Guide: Discover the best of Merida
Merida is the capital of the state of Yucatan (Mexico), located in its northwest part, in the Yucatan Peninsula. The city lies within half-an-hour drive from the Gulf of Mexico coast. Quintana Roo is located to the east from Merida and Campeche being to the west. The city was founded in 1542 and had been a centre of Mayan culture for a long time. The downtown Merida houses Spanish colonial buildings dating back to the 18th and 19th century. In the late 19th century the city was renowned for a number of millionaires, overpassing in that regard any other city in the world. Thus, Paseo de Montejo avenue is lined with large houses that once belonged to individual families. Currently these structures are used as office buildings.
The city is packed with nice hotels, the swankiest of which are located in the northern part of the city. The downtown area is more democratic and houses mainly low-cost budget hotels. However, to find the right Merida hotel there is no need to go further than Booked.net. On the website you will find a wide selection of Merida hotels with guests’ review and photos.
You will be impressed with how rich Merida’s cultural life is. The city frequently holds various concerts and performances. The city offers a great number of places worth visiting. The major tourist attractions include:
- Chichen Itza established in pre-Columbian times by the Maya civilization. Here you will find the Pyramid of Kukulcan, considered as the world’s Seven Wonder. At sunrise or sunset you can see the shadow of a plumed serpent – Kukulcan, the pyramid derives its name from.
- El Paseo Montejo, an avenue famous for houses that belonged to barons. The area is particularly worth seeing in the evening.
- Mayapan that used to be a political capital of the Maya in the 13th century. The place lies within a 30-minute drive to the south-east.
- Uxmal is a ruined city of Maya times, located less than an hour drive from Merida.
The city houses various museums and art galleries. MACAY gallery is probably the most prominent. Shall you be looking for some unusual ways of how to spend time, make it to Hacienda Sotuta de Peon, a former sisal plantation. Sisal is a product received from fibers of the henequen plant that made many Mexicans millionaires. The plantation is now open to public and holds significant interest. In case you will be looking for souvenirs, Merida’s hammocks are very popular.
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