Once a refuge for archeologists, Mayaland Chichen Itza Hotel has earned a privilege many other local hotels can only dream about – its private entrance to the ancient Maya temples. Following the steps of famous archaeologists from all over the world, it’s enough to take a leisurely stroll to find yourself inside the archaeological zone, surrounded by the mystic temples and grand plazas of Chichen Itza.
Built next to one of the most amazing and historically-important sights in the world, Mayaland Chichen Itza Hotel has managed to maintain its spirit of exploration and adventure. The good news is that it has also been enhanced with modern conveniences, including an on-site restaurant, a sports bar, and a swimming pool.
Completely refurbished, expanded and remodeled the hotel now hosts 44 air-conditioned rooms, located in the main house and separate bungalows.
All rooms come with private bathrooms and are equipped with free wifi, satellite TV, coffee maker and a mini bar. Nestled among flowering tropical gardens and royal palm trees, the view from just about every room of Mayaland Hotel Chichen Itza is wonderfully-peaceful and relaxing.
From the main house’s hallways, you can see the mystic Caracol observatory temple of Chichen Itza. Another ‘attraction’ worth admiring is the starry Yucatan sky. With zero light pollution, you can see the stars! In fact, here they seem so bright and so close; you’ll find yourself raising your hand to touch them.
Since the Chichen Itza archeological site plays a vital role in taking the trip here, Mayaland Hotel services offer a broad range of “exploration” activities and services. You can book a horseback tour to old Chichen, ask for a private guide to get an in-depth history of the magnificent temples of Chichen Itza or pamper yourself with a relaxing foot massage after a day at the ruins at the Mayaland Spa.
Hotel Chichen Itza is also strategically-located right in the heart of the peninsula, making it a great base to visit nearby attractions such as the Balankanche Caves, Ek Balam Mayan ruins and the town of Izamal, boasting the second largest arcade in the world (after the Vatican) in its convent!
Word of advice: with so many things to see, try and explore, you might want to extend your stay at Mayaland Hotel Chichen Itza. Take that into consideration when you add this unique hotel to your inquiry!
|2019 Dates||Superior room
|Mayan bungalow||Mayan suite
|Jan 3 – Mar 18||$ 164.00||$ 238.00||$ 269.00||$ 39.00|
|Mar 19 – Mar 23||$ 199.00||$ 249.00||$ 289.00||$ 45.00|
|Mar 24 – Apr 30||$ 164.00||$ 238.00||$ 269.00||$ 39.00|
|May 1 – Jun 24||$ 119.00||$ 144.00||$ 189.00||$ 35.00|
|Jun 25 – Aug 15||$ 164.00||$ 238.00||$ 269.00||$ 39.00|
|Aug 16 – Oct 31||$ 119.00||$ 144.00||$ 189.00||$ 35.00|
|Nov 1 – Nov 30||$ 199.00||$ 249.00||$ 289.00||$ 45.00|
|Dec 1 – Dec 23||$ 119.00||$ 144.00||$ 189.00||$ 35.00|
|Holidays||$ 199.00||$ 249.00||$ 289.00||$ 45.00|
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