The rooms are either in the main building or scattered around garden in authentic “Mayan Palapas” which have been transformed into deluxe accommodations while still preserving traditions, like the “zacate” roofs (a grass that grows in the local swamps). We stayed in a palapa and we had a great experience. Huge room, great big bathroom looking out on the jungle and a giant outdoor tub in the small private garden behind our casita.
Room number nine has a silk cotton tree growing from the bathroom floor.
The bed was a hanging bed. There was internet access in the room.
The hacienda was refurbished with the aim of preserving as much as possible, for this reason Mayan building techniques were used, such as mixing the resin of the chukum tree.
The restaurant was great, we only eat yucatecan dishes, which is usually the way to go…
- Mountain bikes
- Mini tour through the property
- Swimming pool
- Games (chess, backgammon, cards, etc.)
- Daily turn-down service
- Mail services
- Horseback riding
- Excursion basket with hand towels, Kleenex and repellent for each guest
- Professional assistance to prepare your personalized “A la Carte” tours
Services Available at extra cost:
- Child care/Babysitting
- High speed internet
- SPA services (massages, facials, body treatments and aromatherapy)
- Romantic dinner in the gardens of The Hacienda
- Business services
- Tours to the archeological sites with driver and/or bilingual guide
Getting to the Hacienda was a little complicated, we had no GPS in the car, so we had to rely on Google maps (PRINT THEM BEFORE TRAVELING!) and directions given by locals (very vague…). So make sure you leave plenty of time to find the place. We drove from Cancun. The Hacienda is located roughly 45 min from Merida or 2.5 hours from the Cancun Airport.
Km 30 Carretera Tixkokob Tekanto · Tixkokob, Yucatan 97470 Mexico
52 999 924 13 33