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Antique jewelry from the past, now converted into luxurious hotels, restaurants or museums, Yucatecan haciendas offer a historical and sensational experience.
They have been restored respecting the original architecture, so that we can make a trip to the past and know its importance in the history and culture of Yucatan
It is a beautiful eighteenth century henequen hacienda, transformed into a luxury hotel is run by its owners and has 18 elegantly decorated rooms, outdoor Jacuzzis and hot tubs carved coral stone.
Recreates the belle époque of the Mexican southeast. Special details, like weathered wooden doors and rose petals, reflect the natural display of our Mayan cultural surroundings. Delight in the fine service this superb residence offers and discover the beauty of ancient Mayan architectural sites.
Founded in the eighteenth century, this hacienda is perceived phase transition that took place in the state, when the great henequen gave way to the cultivation of aloe (aloe vera). Santa Rosa de Lima, is located 84 km from the city of Merida.
Magical walkways of gracefully cut flower arches and dirt pathways welcome you to Hacienda San Jose. Exquisite colors pop at every corner of the hacienda, making days brighter and nights more mysterious against the flickering of candles. Located in the northern Yucatan peninsula
Alamos Verdes place, "emphasizes his elegance with huge trees ofthis class. Founded in the seventeenth century, the estate is now a major museum. A walk through here, equivalent to a centenary reunion with lifestyle landowners recreated European air of the early twentieth century. Yaxcopoil, is located 36 km from the city of Merida.
Founded in 1683, was one of the key points of henequen production. Its economy based on agriculture and livestock production, was prosperous and highly profitable. San Ildefonso Teya, is located 12.5 km from the city of Merida.
Ochil. Tourist site that provides the option to know in detail the various stages of production of sisal. Ochil, is located 43 km from the city of Merida.
Petac. Seventeenth century and was built on the ruins of a Mayan site. Located within the ecological reserve Cuxtal and offers visitors a quiet and luxurious facilities. This estate is offered only for rent and has all necessary services for up to ten people, who live part of Yucatecan traditions. Petac, is 20 min. Merida Airport