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Hacienda Ticum

Hacienda Ticum, Merida & Around, Mexico

The original hacienda dates back to 1810 and has been newly remodelled combining traditional features with contemporary touches. Set in 10 acres of grounds the hacienda features just 12 rooms, all with air conditioning, complimentary Wi-Fi and Egyptian cotton sheets. Only a few minutes from the archaeological site of Aké, the property is ideal for a relaxing stay, with two swimming pools and an excellent restaurant and bar.

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