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Featured Merida Hotels

Mérida, the cultural capital of the Yucatán, has an abundance of ancient Mayan history and traditions and is considered the center of the progressive urban culture of the peninsula. The city boasts bustling markets, parks and plazas lined with Spanish colonial buildings dating back to the 16th-century, haciendas that have been converted into unique restaurants, and events happening almost daily.Some of the region’s best museums are found here, including the Gran Museo Del Mundo Maya and the Museo Fernando Garcia Ponce.


Things to See

Mérida hosts a variety of events and live entertainment year-round but on Saturday nights and Sunday afternoons Plaza Grande, the main square comes alive. Restaurants place tables on the streets so patrons can watch couples salsa and tango to the live music. Mérida is home to the oldest cathedral in the Americas, Catedral de Mérida. The building began in 1561 and took 37 years to complete it. The cathedral is made up of stones salvaged from the pyramids and Mayan ruins. Inside, you will find Cristo de las Ampollas, standing at a staggering 23 feet tall and representing the tallest Christ figure inside a Mexican church. The city’s streets are lined with haciendas and mansions that belonged to original residents and founders of Mérida. One of the most illustrious of them all is the Palacio Cantón, home of General Francisco Canton in the 1900’s. The palace is adorned with exquisite marble and is full of Doric and Ionic columns and you can find art exhibits displayed inside from time to time. There is an archaeological site just east of the city, Aké, dating back from 250 to 900 AD. Here you will find the ruins of a Mayan temple that was built over a thousand years ago and several building that were built from the stones of old haciendas and temples.


Hotels in Mérida

IHG® combines convenience, comfort, and luxury with properties located near Mérida’s Plaza Grande and many of the city’s historic sites. Either you travel for business or leisure, you can easily find a place to stay that is perfect for everything you have planned for your trip to Mérida.


Where to Stay

Mérida’s Plaza Grande is home to Colonial architecture and a variety of Mayan art and history museums. Within the square, Paseo Montejo is lined with famous haciendas and palaces. The majority of the popular sights and sounds of Mérida are located downtown, where you will find the square.


How to Get to Mérida

Manuel Conscencio Rejon International Airport (IATA: MID) is located just south of Mérida and offers daily flights to and from Mexico City, Houston, Miami, and several other cities. To get to your destination, you can either take an authorized taxi found at the exits of the airport or opt for the local public transportation system, ADO. Bus routes operate from the main bus station to the airport terminals regularly. When exploring the downtown areas, it is best to do so on foot. The city’s streets are often closed off to vehicles to allow only pedestrian traffic.

Latest Merida Hotel Reviews


Excellent location and nice property
By Charlie165
My stay in Merida was generally excellent. Location, facilities and food were all very good. Just what you expect from an Intercontinental hotel. The one downside was the rudeness of a reception [More] (check in) staff member. Totally uncaring. Not what you expect from an Intercontinental hotel. [Less]
Enjoying Merida
By Margarita Royal Ambassado
When I made the reservation, I spoke with Mario, I mentioned to him that I was looking for an amazing stay. When I found that my room was the "Presidential Suite". I knew he talked with the [More] Manager. Every year for my birthday I go to different Intercontinental Hotel.I loved the Presidential Suite. It was big and beautiful. Carlos also was very nice and taking good care of us. Congratulations Merida all your staff are very happy and helpful. Thanks The Hotel Intercontinental is my favorite hotels. There are the best hotels in the world. [Less]
Helpful and friendly staff
By KennyJA
The staff at the Presidente Merida was always willing to answer questions and help when asked. Their recommendations for local places to eat were right on target. [Less]
Comfortable bed and great service
By Bladerunner18
everything was great. The survey had gotten much, MUCH too long ... [Less]
TV channels
By Azaelito2
Not all the TV channels indicated in the channel's guide were available the first two days. [Less]
Excellent Location and Service with Poor Internet Service
By Sleepless in Riviera Maya
Stayed at this location twice in April for few days each and I really enjoyed the location and service. Staff were great and facilities really show the character of Merida and its culture. I was [More] very disappointed with the Internet Service however. I work online and good internet service is very important while traveling. Internet signal (wireless and wired) was very, very poor on the room and could barely use it. I had to use my phone for Internet service and it was not that great due to poor signal too. Furniture is a little old but well cared on the rooms but very clean and pleasant. I'd recommend this hotel as overall I did feel I enjoyed the stay... rr/16 [Less]
Excellent service
By Guliver02
Excellent review. Staff very courteous and friendly. [Less]
Very good hotel in Merida
By Fefoelrapido
Went to Merida for business and decided to stay with the Family. Hotel is perfect for a casual visit. Very clean and new. One of the bests i have been in Mexico and the US. [Less]
Isolated
By Attikus
I wish the hotel was not so isolated from restaurants and bars. Thank goodness Uber and the hotel shuttle. [Less]

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