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The Pickled Onion
The Pickled Onion offers the chance to stay in a modern adobe-walled hut with lovely tiled floors and bathrooms. The recently renovated rooms keep you cool with palapa roofs, and all come with coffee makers and mosquito netting...
Hyatt Regency Merida
Not far from the Fiesta Americana bus terminal (another good top-end bet), the 17-story Hyatt offers some of Mérida’s most chic hotel digs, with some 300 rooms, tennis courts, a gym and steam bath, and a great pool with swim-up bar.
Hotel Merida Santiago
With just four rooms, it’s a good idea to book ahead here. Rooms are spacious (and bathrooms huge) and stylishly decorated with hand-picked, locally made items. The Dutch/Mexican couple who run it are full of info and tips.
Hotel Medio Mundo
This former private residence has been completely remodeled and painted in lovely colors. Its ample, simply furnished rooms have supercomfortable beds, beautiful tiled sinks and plenty of natural light...
Casa Del Balam
This place is centrally located, has a great pool and large, quiet colonial-style rooms with firm beds. It often offers hefty discounts during quiet times.
The Lodge At Uxmal
This Mayaland Resort is Uxmal’s newest luxury hotel. Its rooms could be nicer for the price, but you can’t beat the easy access to the ruins and the pool certainly adds value. Some of the more expensive rooms have Jacuzzis...
Another beautiful colonial hotel set around another inviting patio. The rustic-chic breakfast area overlooking the pool is a nice touch and there are plenty of tastefully selected handicrafts and furnishings serving for decoration...
Hotel Hacienda Mérida
A newish entrant in the upscale boutique category, the Hacienda is lovely by night, with illuminated columns leading you past the pool to your classically styled chambers...
Someone here really loves calla lilies. The 60 rooms with mock-colonial decor are spread around a green courtyard. Some rooms are a bit musty, but they air out.
It occupies a well-preserved, historic house with a maze of quiet, beautifully appointed rooms (all with air-con), and a small pool with Jacuzzi. A full breakfast in the period dining room is included, and the tapas bar on the roof is always a hit...
This is an eclectic, one-of-a-kind hotel with a central courtyard loaded with 400-year-old stone columns. Its big, clean rooms with classic colonial doors and tiled bathrooms are distributed around the courtyard on two floors...
María De La Luz
Rooms here got a recent makeover, with new beds and upgraded furnishings. (Not all rooms had been renovated at last visit, though, so check what you're getting beforehand)...
Hotel Posada Del Angel
A neocolonial hotel three blocks northeast of the CAME bus terminal, it offers rooms with good beds and crisp, clean sheets; it’s quieter here than at most other hotels in the area.
Playa Linda Hotel
Rooms go fast at this new budget hotel on the boardwalk, so book ahead. Comfy standard rooms are decked out with contemporary dark-wood furnishings, while suites come with kitchenettes and beachfront balconies.
Hotel Punta Ponto
Aside from having a fun name to say, Punta Ponto offers one of the best deals in town. Some of the rooms have balconies with river views, and the breezy, open-air common spaces seal the deal.
Offers a great deal for the price, with your choice of air-con or fan in every business-hotel-style room. The beds are Flintstone firm, there’s a good restaurant downstairs, and the rear garden has a nice pool.
Hotel San Miguel Arcangel
You have the main square right at the doorstep of this hotel, while in the rear there's a quiet garden area. Rooms are done up colonial style with a few modern creature comforts like cable TV and air-con.
Occupies a colonial house and a newer wing, and has a variety of rooms, each with its own unique decor and charm.
The Colonial features 73 comfortable rooms in a fairly modern building with a small clover-shaped pool and perhaps Mexico’s smallest bar. ‘Promocion’ (promotion) rates can drop the prices by up to M$150...
The common areas of this hotel are great, with a large courtyard and a narrow pool along one side. If only it followed the same theme in the modern, rather stagnant rooms.
Surrounded by church spires, with a charming fountain tinkling in the courtyard and a fantastic rooftop pool, you can forgive the rooms for being plain here. They’re spacious and clean enough – they could be fancier, but then they could be pricier, too.
El Meson Del Marques
It’s only worth staying in this hotel if you’re willing to up the ante for the superior rooms, with their crispy-clean bedspreads, quaint blue-and-yellow tilework and firm mattresses...