Looking for a place to stay in the capital of Yucatan state? These beautiful boutique hotels in Merida, Mexico will have you extending your stay.
The hostels and hotels on this list cater to a variety of budgets, but each property is sure to wow just about any type of traveler.
Hotel Medio Mundo
This long-standing, family-run boutique hotel in Merida Centro provides a stylish recluse for a traveler like yourself. Located on a quiet street just a few blocks away from the main hustle and bustle of the city’s downtown core, Medio Mundo is where you can relax on your trip to Merida on a mid-range travel budget.
Featuring a pool, a garden (all organic) and free WiFi, you might find it hard to pull yourself away from this hotel to start exploring the city. All of the rooms are beautifully designed with Mexican art and accessories and come with air-conditioning. There’s even a tiny library near the reception, so this is the perfect place to sit with a book on your deck or by the pool and unwind on a sunny Merida afternoon.
Check prices at: Hotel Medio Mundo
Treehouse Boutique Hotel
Is colonial-chic a thing? This would be the best way to describe the Treehouse Boutique Hotel. A mix of modern and old-world, this is the perfect stay in Merida for couple or family travelers looking to stay in the heart of the city. A delicious breakfast is served every morning and the hotel staff is attentive and caring.
If you stay at Treehouse, you’ll be just steps away from the Paseo de Montejo, the most picturesque and historic street in Merida. Book your trip and you’ll see why this is one of the top-rated boutique hotels in all of Merida.
Check prices at: Treehouse Boutique Hotel
Viva Merida Hotel Boutique
One of the more mid-range to higher-end options in the Yucatan capital, Viva Merida Hotel Boutique has just about everything a traveler needs. From a stylish pool, bar and lounge on-site to a free breakfast every morning, you’ll never want to leave.
Their Viva Loft suites come complete with a kitchenette, bathtub and private balcony offering great views of the city. Their spacious duplex quadruple rooms have a patio, a couch and a flat screen TV that could comfortably fit a family or group travelers.
Check prices at: Viva Merida Hotel
Kuka Y Naranjo: Hotelito Cultural
Located in the southern end of Merida Centro, Kuka y Naranjo is an elegant boutique bed and breakfast who’s mission is to foster interest in Yucatan culture through authentic and sustainable travel experiences. The property features eight boutique rooms that have been styled and inspired by different historic areas of Merida.
Guests will enjoy a free breakfast during their stay. The rooms come with complimentary amenities, free WiFi and en-suite bathrooms. There’s also pool on-site to cool down in after a day of exploring the beautiful sights of Merida.
Check the hotel website for their weekly cultural activities and experiences. Highlights include a Yucatecan cooking class and honey tasting – the tasting is from honey that’s been sourced from Yucatan’s unique stingless bees!
Check prices at: Kuka Y Naranjo
Hotel & Hostal Boutique Casa Garza
For backpackers, budget travelers, solo travelers or couple travelers looking for something simple but elegant, Casa Garza is the place for you. This well-preserved colonial building near Merida Centro has been turned into a well-run and affordable boutique hotel experience.
The property features female-only and mixed dorms as well as private rooms with en-suite bathrooms. Each stay comes with a complimentary buffet breakfast that will fill you up for your day of exploring.
There’s even a free cooking class here at Casa Garza during the week, so plan an evening off to stay at the hostel and learn about the culinary flavors of Yucatan.
Check prices at: Hotel & Hostal Boutique Casa Garza
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