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OLD-WORLD SOPHISTICATION

Beautiful suites with old-world feel await guests who want to be transported back to the glamour of yesteryears. You deserve nothing less than spacious dwellings adorned with big beds with plush sheets, carefully-selected antique pieces, and modern amenities. Enjoy the conveniences of free Wi-Fi internet, flat-screen TV with cable, room service, and daily housekeeping. Each suite has a private bathroom equipped with bathrobe, slippers, and hand-crafted soap and shampoo.
FIVE-STAR PAMPERING

We provide five-star service that will satisfy even the most discriminating of guests. Whether you’re staying for business or leisure, you will find our facilities and services more than satisfactory. Our front desk is ready to help you 24/7 and we have a concierge to tend to your special concerns. We have an outdoor pool, restaurant, bar/lounge, spa services, and meeting rooms that you can use during your stay. We also have shuttle services that can you to and from the airport.
IN THE HEART OF VIBRANT MERIDA

Convenience is a must of an enjoyable stay and our splendid location guarantees that. Just 10 minutes or less away from the places that matter in Merida, discovering the best of this vibrant city is an easy affair. Visit the Montejo House, Plaza Grande, and the museum by foot. For farther destinations, we can arrange transportation for your use.

A list of museums in Mérida

GOVERNOR’S PALACE
The interior arched courtyard, an upstairs gallery, and the balcony are the sites for a display of paintings by Mérida’s local artist, Fernando Castro Pacheco. The murals display the history of the Yucatán.On the northeast corner of the Zócalo (Plaza Grande).
Open daily. Admission free.
MERIDA CITY MUSEUM
The cultural heritage that is housed in the beautiful and majestic Ex-Federal Post Office palace, shows the historical development of the city of Mérida. This important building, inaugurated in 1908 by then governor Enrique Muñoz Aristequi, has special architectural characteristics that make it historically valuable. With French tendencies, it shows there was a definite economic wellbeing at the beginning of the 1900’s – the era of the green gold – the henequen fiber. Since June 29th, 2007, this building now houses the City of Mérida Museum. Entrance and all the services at the City Museum are free.
Location: Calle 56 #529-A, between 65 and 65-A Centro, Eulogio Rosado Park (Alameda of Mérida)
Tel. (999) 923 6869
Schedules: Tuesday – Friday 9 am – 8 pm. Saturday and Sunday: 9 am – 2 pm
RAILROAD MUSEUM (MUSEO DE LOS FERROCARRILES EN YUCATÁN)
The museum’s hours are: Wednesdays to Sundays 9 am – 2 pm. More than 40 old railroad cars, including locomotives, coaches, cabooses, and wagons, and lots of memorabilia from the bygone days of the railroad, are gathered together. The museum can be rented for parties, weddings, photo sessions etc. The museum is found in a field on Calle 43 x 46 y 50 Col. Industrial, Mérida. Entry 20 pesos.
Cell phone contact number is 999 351 6232.
FORO CULTURAL AMARO
Amaro Restaurant Photography and Art
Calle 59 #507 x 60 y 62 Centro Histórico
Tel. (999) 928-2451
Open Every day 11:30 am – 10 pm
MERIDA PLANETARIUM
At the Olimpo Cultural Center on the zócalo is the relatively new Planetarium. Shows throughout the day from Tuesday through Saturday, tickets are $30 pesos, $15 for children and students.
YUCATECAN MUSIC MUSEUM
Exhibition of objects and works of Yucatecan music. Also pre-Hispanic and Afro-Cuban instruments. Includes a gift shop.
Tel. (999) 923 7224
Calle 57#464-A near Calle 48 near Plaza Mejorada
Open Tuesday – Friday 9 am-5 pm Saturday, Sunday 9 am-3 pm
Admission $20.00 pesos
NATURAL HISTORY MUSEUM
Calle 59 x 84 y 84A Tuesday – Sunday, 9:00-15:00
Admission Free
Tel. (999) 924 0994
MUSEUM PEON CONTRERAS
Continually changing art exhibitions from around Mexico. Exhibits are usually of contemporary artists and can include sculpture, photography, painting, fabric, and just about anything else.
Calle 60 between 59 and 57 in the Peón Contreras Theater
Open most days until 9 pm
Admission Free
MUSEO PINACOTECA “JUAN GAMBOA GUZMAN”
Contains works in Yucatán during the nineteenth century and the viceroyalty. Focusing on painting, this museum is unique in this city. It was inaugurated in July 1981, in a historical monument of the XVII century that belonged to the Jesuit school.
Calle 59 between 58 and 60.
Open Tuesday – Saturday 9:00-5:00 & Sunday 10:00-5:00.
Admission $31.00 pesos. Free admission to Mexican national students, teachers, and those under 13 and over 60, with credential. Free entrance on Sundays for Mexican nationals.
MUSEO PINACOTECA “JUAN GAMBOA GUZMAN”
Contains works in Yucatán during the nineteenth century and the viceroyalty. Focusing on painting, this museum is unique in this city. It was inaugurated in July 1981, in a historical monument of the XVII century that belonged to the Jesuit school.
Calle 59 between 58 and 60.
Open Tuesday – Saturday 9:00-5:00 & Sunday 10:00-5:00.
Admission $31.00 pesos. Free admission to Mexican national students, teachers, and those under 13 and over 60, with credential. Free entrance on Sundays for Mexican nationals.
QUINTA MONTES MOLINA
For an inside glimpse of one of the finer mansions on the PaseoMontejo, take a guided tour of the Quinta Montes Molina. Still owned by the same family, they have turned the property into a museum andreception place for weddings, XV años birthday parties, conventions and congresses. The house features European furniture, Baccarat and Murano crystal chandeliers, clocks, art deco, art nouveau, porcelain and alabaster sculptures.
Guided tours in Spanish Mon–Fri 10 am, 12 pm, 2 pm and 4 pm.
 Sat. 10 am and 12 pm.
Guided tours in English Mon-Fri 9 am, 11 am and 3 pm. Sat. 9 am and 11 am.
Entrance: 
$60 pesos adults / $40 pesos kids
Tours last 45 mins. to 1.5 hours depending on how many questions you have!
Other days and schedules, call for an appointment.
Tel. (999) 925 5999
MUSEO DEL PUEBLO MAYA
Permanent and extensive exhibit of Maya artifacts from throughout theYucatán and local culture up to the present day, including a beautiful huipil exhibit. The museum is air-conditioned and a pleasant addition to visiting the Dzibilchaltún archaeological site. As you leave the museum to visit the site, you can walk through a typical Maya house.
Open Tuesday – Sunday 8:00-16:00
Admission $96 pesos
HACIENDA YAXCOPOIL
Authentically maintained henequen hacienda not far from Mérida. Includes a museum of Maya artifacts, guest house, gift shop and snack bar.
20 miles (33 km) south of Mérida on Highway 261 to Uxmal at the 220 KM marker.
Monday – Saturday 8 am – 6 pm / Sunday 9 am – 3 pm
Admission $100 pesos
Cel. 9999 00 11 93
Children accompanied by parents are free
*Discounts for tours and other groups*
KOREAN MUSEUM (MUSEO CONMEMORATIVO DE LA INMIGRACIÓN COREANA)
History of the first Koreans in Mexico, who labored in the henequen fields.
Calle 65 #397-A between 44 and 46 Centro
Email: mciy2010@gmail.com
Tuesday to Friday 10 am-1 pm and 2 pm-5 pm and Saturday-Sunday 10 am-1 pm.
The last Sunday of each month at ll am is an event called “Cuéntame un cuento Jalmoni” (Tell me a Story) where a grandmother from the Korean community tells Korean legends and stories.

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