The Wyndham Merida hotel warmly welcomes travelers to this alluring cultural and financial
center. Housed in a magnificently restored historic building with original wood and
stone meticulously hand-crafted by Yucatecan artisans, this full-service Mérida hotel
offers easy access to major corporations, the Consulate General of the United States
Merida, the Yucatán Siglo XXI Convention Centre and the Instituto Nacional de Migración,
as well as the picturesque Paseo de Montejo, downtown Mérida and shopping. Add friendly,
multi-lingual associates and a wealth of services and amenities and you will want
to make this non-smoking Mérida hotel your one and only lodging choice while in Yucatán’s
Availability (# of nights)
Price USD (per night)
Hotel (Sleeps 2/None)
28 Mar 2021
Hotel (Sleeps 4/None)
28 Mar 2021
2 bdrm (Sleeps 6/None)
28 Mar 2021
Concierge desk/services (Yes)
Multilingual staff (Yes)
Onsite - Swimming pool - children's ()
Onsite - Swimming pool - outdoor ()
Safe-deposit box ()
Swimming pool (Onsite)
The units have 42-inch flat-screen HDTV and ergonomic work station, and most of which
offer a balcony for scenic views.
Depart Calle 60 toward Pasaje de la Revolución, Turn right onto Calle, Turn right
onto Circuito Colonias, Turn left onto Calle 17, and then immediately turn left onto
Circuito Colonias, Turn right onto Calle 65, . Bear right onto Avenida Quetzalcóatl,
At roundabout, take 3rd exit onto Anillo Periférico Manuel Berzunza, Keep straight
onto Calle 20, Keep straight onto Calle 10 / Anillo Periférico Manuel Berzunza. Keep
right to stay on Anillo Periférico Manuel Berzunza, At roundabout, take 1st exit,
Keep straight onto Carretera a Conkal, Turn right onto Camino a Sitpach, Road name
changes to Carretera a Sitpach, Road name changes to Calle, Turn right onto Calle
6, Arrive at Calle 6.
As the capital of Yucatán and the largest city of the Yucatán Peninsula, Mérida enjoys
a unique and rich cultural heritage, due largely in part to geography, as well as
the marvelous fusion of Mayan culture with Spanish influences. Carved Mayan stones
from ancient T'ho were used to build the Spanish colonial buildings that are plentiful
in downtown Mérida, and which are visible in many of the buildings that still stand
in the centro historico of the city – the second-largest in Mexico after Mexico City
– and multiple museums, art galleries, festivals, music and dancing makes this charming,
beautiful city a standout for culture. The famous avenue – Paseo de Montejo – is lined
with original sculptures and is an absolute must-see, must-experience while in the
area, both for its grace and its innumerable dining options, as Yucatecan food has
its own unique style, with influences from the local Mayan culture, as well as Caribbean,
Mexican, European and Middle Eastern cultures.
Hotel 04/02 units Maximum Occupancy is 2 Adults and 2 Children under 12 years
old; If traveling with Extra Adults in the same room or double beds must consult prices
and availability directly with the resort before confirming the reservation.
In preparation for your upcoming vacation please check for any testing requirements,
travel restrictions, or local mandates related to Covid-19 to and from your confirmed
destination. Resources available online include, but are not limited to, government,
airline, and your host resort’s website.
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