This renovated colonial building has all the modern comforts with cool colonial accents that sweeten your stay. With only nine rooms and designated as adult only, this hidden gem will have you living like a local in a great Merida neighborhood.
Santa Lucia is an attraction in and of itself, a travelers dream location if they want to take in all the sites while living like a local. This area is just north of the Gran Plaza and just south of Paseo Montejo, What you will love about being in the Santa Lucia neighborhood is the amount of beautifully renovated buildings where local Americans, Canadians, and Europeans have created their home away from home.
The community square has popular restaurants, a coffee shop and a small vintage market on Sundays. A few blocks from the hotel are trending cantinas, local bars that serve great cocktails, mezcal and artisan beers with free snacks (botanas) or small dinners if you don’t feel like leaving. La Negrita is a favorite local hang out that started the revival of the local cantina but with a twist. What was once a male the only tradition has turned into a family and friends experience.
The unassuming light blue painted facade of Casa de las Palomas opens into a bright front foyer that feels like a beautiful colonial home. Spanish tiles, fresh flowers, and midcentury modern furniture mix beautifully with Mayan textiles. This well-designed area leads into the outdoor breakfast area that overlooks the pool. The rooms are located at the back of the property on two floors with all rooms overlooking the pool. Concrete, wood and a lush garden make this area a refuge in the middle of the day during siesta.
Whether you choose a Garden Suite or the Palomas Master Suite, you will love that this boutique hotel feels like home. Both room types have king beds, all rooms have combined vintage furniture with local hand embroidered textiles. In-room conveniences include luxury bath amenities, bath towels, pool towels and a coffee maker. The Master Suite has an incredible bath tub that is perfect for an early evening soak before you hit Merida’s evening activities that are in abundance just blocks from the hotels front door.
Hotel staff is friendly, knowledgeable and happy to help with your Merida trip planning. They love to share local events, their favorite places, and information about their neighborhood. Whether you want to stroll through the streets close by in awe of the colonial renovations or be a part of the fiestas that Merida is famous for, you will love your stay at Casa de Las Palomas, your home away from home. Inquire about Casa de las Palomas today to reserve your local experience in Merida.
|2017 Dates||Garden Room||Paloma Master|
|Jan 8 – Apr 12||$ 114.00||$ 180.00|
|Apr 13 – Apr 15||$ 240.00||$ 378.00|
|Apr 16 – Apr 20||$ 114.00||$ 180.00|
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