The Matador Network has its list of the nine most glamorous guest rooms in Yucatán. We think they omitted some great places. What do you think?
1. Coqui Coqui
The Coqui Coqui chain is famous for its variety of perfumes, spa treatments and rooms with unique atmospheres. Hidden in this boutique hotel is a single suite with private swimming pool.
2. Hacienda San José
When the beautiful Hacienda San José was remodeled, it was done with a deep respect for its history and its nature. Aside from tasteful furniture is a surprise: an imposing Ceiba, the sacred Mayan tree.
3. Mansion Mérida on the Park
This 19th-century French-style mansion has been restored to its original Parisian elegance. Its 14 suites are spacious and richly decorated. Some have direct access to the central patio or pool area, while other suites have a double-glazed balcony overlooking the beautiful and crowded Parque Hidalgo.
4. Hacienda Tamchen
Hacienda Tamchen combines the modern with the grandeur of its original architecture. Its master suite has a swimming pool off a private terrace, a meditation area and a spa area.
5. Hacienda Sacnicte
Each corner is unique and the décor of each room is original, says Matador, adding that the staff makes guests feel at home and like family.
6. Casa de las Palomas
This hotel is located in a restored colonial house, in the middle the Centro, so guests can walk to many places of interest. Matador takes note of a highly original bathroom.
7. Chablé Resort & Spa
Framed by a 19th century hacienda, this relative newcomer offers 38 casitas and two large villas. Each cottage is approximately 1,700 square feet and is set within lush gardens.
8. Zenti’k Project
The rooms are works of art. Literally. Renowned painters and muralists have passed by this charming boutique hotel in the Pueblo Magico of Valladolid and have embellished the walls.
9. The Diplomat
This pretty little thing is in the neighborhood of Santiago where the hosts treat you as long-time friends, writes Matador. “The Principal” room is divine, they say.