Grand and rather monumental hotel with large, modern guest rooms centred around a marble-floored courtyard.
Dominating an entire block, the Fiesta Americana is designed to look like a palace, blending in with the surrounding 19th century mansions. The modern but classically-styled seven-storey building is in a convenient spot within the city’s historic district, at the end of the attractive, palm-lined Paseo Montejo. It’s a pleasant stroll to the main square.
A spectacular, marble-floored lobby with a high stained-glass window leads to the large guestrooms. Each is equipped with air-con, cable TV, minibar and private bathroom. There are two restaurants, one formal and the other bistro-style, and numerous shops on the ground floor. Other facilities include a gym, tennis courts, a pool and a spa.
What our clients say
Highlights: San Cristobal was lovely. Chichen Itza was very impressive. Merida was fun in the evenings.AC, West Byfleet
Uxmal and Kabah archaeological sites, Mexico City Very enjoyable, despite the tropical rain storm. Our guide was excellent.DC Nottingham
Enjoyed the fact that the cenotes we visited were far from the tourist circuit and had not been turned into themed experiences.SR, Borehamwood
"Uxmal - I loved everything about that day trip, the company of Raul, we learned a lot about Mexico with him, the food as he took us to a nice place but most of all he was able to understand that we were a kind of slow paced people and he gave us plenty time."AS, Chiswick
Most memorable experience: “Difficult to single out any particular aspect. The holiday was an excellent blend of history and culture, along with a final day to relax on the coast. We had time to explore on our own (important in the case of Chichen Itza where the timing of the guided tour on our arrival meant we were part of a vast circus of visitors).SR Borehamwood
Best experience: “Chichen Itza. That was the reason for making the trip and it lived up to its expectations. I also loved the snorkelling in Azumal. It was spectacular.TH Sweeden
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