Hacienda Misné is a restored 18th century hacienda close to Mérida in the Yucatá Peninsula,
Hacienda Misné is a restored 18th century hacienda set in a tropical garden outside Mérida. The city centre is just a 20-minute drive away so the property should suit anyone looking for the peaceful and historical ambiance of a countryside hacienda while staying within easy reach of the city's attractions and numerous excellent restaurants.
The cloistered main house is the oldest part of the property, where the hotel's lobby and restaurant can now be found. You can take breakfast on the shady patio overlooking one of the property's two swimming pools. Massages and steam baths can be arranged in the hotel’s simple Mayan spa.
There are 42 spacious and comfortable guest rooms and eight suites, all with garden views. The style and construction of these newer buildings is very much in keeping with a traditional hacienda, featuring high ceilings, wooden shutters, terracotta roof tiles and tiled floors. If you are exploring the region by hire car, there’s secure valet parking.
What our clients say
Uxmal and Kabah archaeological sites, Mexico City Very enjoyable, despite the tropical rain storm. Our guide was excellent.DC Nottingham
Uxmal and Kabah: Much quieter than Chichen Itza but therefore more enjoyable.JF Bishops
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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