Stay at Hotel Casa Azul, Merida & Around
A welcome new addition to the Merida hotel scene, Casa Azul is a gorgeous converted colonial mansion.
Hotel Casa Azul, Merida & Around, Mexico
A welcome new addition to the Merida hotel scene, Casa Azul is a gorgeous converted colonial mansion with 8 spacious and beautifully-designed rooms all with 2 double beds or 1 king bed with en-suites, T.V and wifi, ipod dock, air-con and bathrobes.
The family who own the hotel have spent 2 years painstakingly restoring each room, using original tiles for flooring where-ever possible, as well as gorgeous antique furnishings. Each room is different as you might expect in somewhere with so much history, all have their own quirks and they hold little natural light but are very well lit by chandelier lighting.
On arrival the family will talk you through the old house, and you may discover you are sleeping in what was once the dining or drawing room! There is a beautiful pool and courtyard gardens, a small bar and restaurant (for guests use only) and delicious a la carte breakfasts. The hotel is about 8 blocks (20 min walk) from Merida's main plaza.
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