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In the heart of the Chichen Itza Archaeological Park, this world-class jungle resort features extensive tropical gardens, 3 outdoor swimming pools, a hot tub and spa treatments. Great breakfast buffet Property very clean and in good condition Private entry to the ruins to avoid the crowds
Offering free WiFi, La Casa de las Lunas offers accommodations in Chichén-Itzá. Free private parking is available on site. very accomodating & helpful staff..great beds..very comfortable.
Surrounded by tropical forests, this retreat hotel is 10 minutes’ drive from the Mayan ruins of Chichen-Itza. It offers a spa and meditation area, a lake and an outdoor pool. It was a small relaxing hotel in the woods. Buildings are all separated but it gave the spacious and natural feeling in the wood. I loved the very unique and nature oriented design!!
Located on the main street of the charming village of Pisté, this renovated colonial-style hotel is less than 0.9 mi from the famous Chichen Itza ruins. It is very well located. Very close to chichen itza and Ik-kill. There is a town right some blocks away, Pise. Nice to walk around and see some local life of style. I liked to pool, very refreshing!
This eco-friendly resort is located within the Mayan city of Chichen Itza that can be reached through a property's private entrance. The staff were very friendly and helpful. The food was amazing, every meal was delicious. The fact that we could get into the ruins early was a bonus! Loved everything about this hotel and property.
This luxury hotel offers spacious accommodations, nestled in the incredible Chichen Itza archaeological site. It is surrounded by a lush natural environment filled with exotic wildlife. We enjoyed a great maya massage at the spa.
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This place is such a wonderful, magical place. I love love the nature, the earth and the whole area. There are so many hidden and of course also in plain sight gems you just gotta wonder whether this is paradise. Chichen Itza itself is worth visiting two days if you would like to uses your senses alot more than just your sight. Most tourist arrive in the noon, so the best time to start the visit is in the early morning. Also alot of Cenotes (sacred Mayan waters/pools) nearby. Ik Kil is very touristic but also very beautiful and sacred as well. If I had the time and money I would come back anytime to this area. The ruins and the pyramid itself is majestic!
You have to get there as early as possible in order to avoid the tourists who come with the busses. Try to come as soon as they opens nd plan to be there for a couple of hours. At the entrance there are guides in several languages which cost 1000 pesos for a group, so find some other people who would like to share. The tour is for about an hour and is very informative, so I recommend to take it. Notice that you cannot climb any of the Pyramids.
Our hotel was so close from the ruins and we had an amazing tour guide in Chichen Itzá. He even took us to the cenote and to Piste, his town, for an authentic meal. Strongly suggest to visit the ruins first thing in the morning, to avoid big crowds.
Ado bus took us directly to the ruins. I did both day tour and light show in one day. Both quite nice. Would recommend to have a guide. Just one thing I didn't like: too many people selling stuff inside.
It is certainly a must see on everyone's bucket list but the site is over crowded. I highly recommend going early between 8am-9:30am before all the tour buses arrive. There are way too many artisans and merchants on the site itself! Around every corner is a local trying to sell you the same thing you saw at the previous stall. They are all over the site and is very pushy - definitely negotiate prices as they often double the price initially. The site needs a good cleaning and should perhaps consider keeping the merchants in one area rather than scattered between the ruins. A lot of garbage lying around. The site has somehow lost its charm by being over-commercialized.
Really interesting. Wish there had been better explanations with ruins or a better guide map. Would have been great to see artist renderings of what it might have looked like in its time. Early entrance is important. Need a few more benches out of the sun and places to get water.
8.7 Excellent 1,056 reviews
The Hotel is located in the middle of the wood with nothing in the surrounding area. It was really relaxing over there to calm down and enjoy the stay. The distance to Chichen Itzá is really short and we got there without any difficulties. The hotel team was really polite and helped us out with any question we had. Due to the location of the hotel we had our dinner there. It was really good even though the selection on the menu is not that big. I can highly recommend this place.
8.6 Excellent 237 reviews
Secluded, totally relaxing, helpful staff, excellent food and quality ingredients (!) with a distinct Yucatán flair, very comfortable beds and rooms, big pool, a must stay for a visit to Chichen Itza as it’s so convenient (get the private tour with Jaime and go early at 8.30am). We arrived exhausted from a long flight and transfer from UK and this hotel was no stress at all. We felt immediately comfortable, welcomed and relaxed.
9.0 Awesome 1,600 reviews
The hotel has a private entrance to Chichen Itza, which makes it perfect to visit the ruins. The rooms are large, clean and comfortable, I got an upgrade to a room with view and could see the ruins from the balcony. The restaurant has good food and the staff is very friendly and helpful.
8.7 Excellent 1,097 reviews
This hotel was absolutely fantastic - a short taxi/walk from Chichen Itza. It's got a fantastic pool and restaurant in a great setting. The staff were some of the nicest and friendliest we've met. The rooms are great with air-con and are comfortably large enough
8.9 Excellent 1,271 reviews
Lovely pool area, room felt like a hotel room, super clean & comfortable. Staff were incredibly friendly, provided free water, tea & coffee + cookies in the morning. Only 2km from Chichén Itzá
8.8 Excellent 14 reviews
Overall it was a good place for the price. I would recommend it to anyone who wants to arrive a day early to do your Chichen Itza maya reunions sight seeing.
7.8 Good 1,096 reviews
Near to Chichen Itza and maybe the cheapest hotel near the temple. For one night it's ok.
5.4 Review score 101 reviews
Amazing swimming pool Perfect location to go to chichen itza : 5 mins by car, 20 by walk
8.6 Excellent 825 reviews
The hotel is very close to Chichen Itzá. Clean room. Nice pool.
8.8 Excellent 152 reviews
Great position, right inside the chichen itza ruins