CASA DEL MAYA
Bed & Breakfast
Casa Del Maya is a lovingly restored colonial-style home that enchants with Mexican charm and celebrates the rich culture and craft of the Mayas. Immersed in a tropical oasis splendor, We invite you to come stay with us in this tropical oasis splendor, to enjoy Merida and all it has to offer, and we hope you return because we made you feel at home.
#13 B&B in Mexico
#18 In the World
#1 Guest's Choice B&B
Hall of Fame
2014 - 2018
Casa Del Maya embodies the spirit of holistic health and wellness, offering services of mental health counseling/life coaching, and has blended meditation, yoga, massage, with indigenous, earthy healing practices such as plant and animal-based medicine ceremonies. Part hotel, retreat center, art gallery, and community hub, Casa Del Maya is a wedding of health, wellness, consciousness and beauty.
Full breakfast each morning including fresh fruit, homemade cinnamon rolls, and a delicious hot entree.
coffee, tea, and juice.
Pool & Garden
Relaxing pool surrounded by trees and plants. Ideal spot after a long day walking.
Wi-Fi in all rooms and throughout the property.
Our daily housekeeping ensures rooms are clean and ready for you!
Arrangement of Tours
Arranged tours to Chichen-Itza, Uxmal, Ek-Balam, Celestun, and many other locations.
THINGS TO DO IN MERIDA
Come enjoy the wonders of Merida and the splendid Yucatan Peninsula. This festive city is traditionally one of the safest in North America and offers some of the greatest anthropologic, artistic, and gastronomic experiences on the planet. Mérida, the capital of Yucatán, was appointed Best City in the World by Conde Nast for its natural and cultural attractions, the warmth of its people, and the vast array of experiences the area offers to its visitors. Similarly, Vogue and Travel and Leisure magazines have also placed Merida on its “Best Of” lists for 2022 and 2023.
Visit Chichen-Itza one of the seven wonders of the world, and other amazing sites like Uxmal, Ruta Puuc, Celestum
A natural sinkhole created from the collapse of limestone. A few of the cenotes opened to the public are Ikkil, Cuzama, Zaci
Gran Museo del Mundo Maya, Contemporary Art Museum (MACAY), Anthropology and History Museum, Popular Art Museum...
Foundation of the economic system in the 16th century for spaniards in Mexico. Sotuta de peon, Yaxcopoil, San Pedro Ochil...
From the beautiful cathedral at plaza mayor, to the spanish mansions in paseo montejo. Merida is an architectural gem.
Merida is home to some of the best restaurants in Mexico. Yucatecan food like sopa de lima, panuchos, salbutes is a must try while in Merida
"What a gem! Lovely and helpful owner and staff. Great decor. Delicious and different breakfast everyday. Extremely nice room. Within walking distance of the core downtown areas and many fine restaurants. This is everything a B&B should be."