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Hotel Doralba Inn Chichen, hotel in Chichén-Itzá

This bungalow complex is a 5 minute drive from the Chichen Itza Ruins. It features 2 outdoor pools and is a 10 minute walk from Ik Kil Cenote, a sacred natural pool with waterfalls.

The pool The natural
7.4
Scored 7.4
Good
Rated good
2,128 reviews
Price from$41.86per night
Hacienda Chichen Resort and Yaxkin Spa, hotel in Chichén-Itzá

This eco-friendly resort is located within the Mayan city of Chichen Itza that can be reached through a property's private entrance.

Nice location, and great grounds and food.
8.2
Scored 8.2
Very Good
Rated very good
616 reviews
Price from$139per night
Hotel Puerta Chichen, hotel in Chichén-Itzá

Located in Chichén-Itzá, 1.2 miles from Chichen Itza, Hotel Puerta Chichen has accommodations with an outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a garden and a shared lounge.

Beautiful gardens. Excellent location to see Chichen Itza. Great food at a la cart breakfast.
8.5
Scored 8.5
Very Good
Rated very good
721 reviews
Price from$70per night
Villas Arqueologicas Chichen Itza, hotel in Chichén-Itzá

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.

The arranged a tour guide for Chichen-Itza to meet us at the hotel first thing in the morning, and he was very good.
8.3
Scored 8.3
Very Good
Rated very good
733 reviews
Price from$68.96per night
CASA VICTORIA, hotel in Chichén-Itzá

Located in Chichén-Itzá, 2.2 miles from Chichen Itza, CASA VICTORIA has accommodations with an outdoor swimming pool, free private parking, a garden and a terrace.

Such kind hosts and very relaxing atmosphere. Very close to Chichén Itzá and walking distance to the restaurants and cafes in Pisté and Tinum. Very firm bed.
9.5
Scored 9.5
Exceptional
Rated exceptional
216 reviews
Price from$45.45per night
La Casa de las Lunas, hotel in Chichén-Itzá

Offering free WiFi, La Casa de las Lunas offers accommodations in Chichén-Itzá. Free private parking is available on site.

The hospitality was outstanding. My husband was injured and the staff went over beyond calling the doctor and clinics offered to take us. I even hugged them when we left.
8.7
Scored 8.7
Excellent
Rated excellent
2,745 reviews
Price from$43.95per night
Hotel Chichen Itza, hotel in Chichén-Itzá

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.

the breakfast was excellent
7.9
Scored 7.9
Good
Rated good
1,136 reviews
Price from$95.04per night
El Encanto - Hotel Boutique, hotel in Chichén-Itzá

Providing garden views, El Encanto - Hotel Boutique in Chichén-Itzá provides accommodations, pool with a view, an open-air bath, a garden, a bar, and a shared lounge.

The onsite staff, Diego was wonderful and kind. The accommodation was very unique and enjoyable
7.6
Scored 7.6
Good
Rated good
85 reviews
Price from$71.11per night
Mayan Bungalow Near Chichén, hotel in Chichén-Itzá

Featuring a garden, Mayan Bungalow Near Chichén offers accommodations in Chichén-Itzá. This property offers access to a terrace, free private parking, and free Wifi.

Luis was an awesome and accommodating host. He was a wealth of knowledge about the area and modified the breakfast to meet my wife's gluten-free needs. Recommendations were on-point, and the property gave a secluded, jungle feeling.
9.5
Scored 9.5
Exceptional
Rated exceptional
275 reviews
Price from$69.97per night
Hostal y Temazcal Guemez, hotel in Chichén-Itzá

Offering a garden, Hostal y Temazcal Guemez offers accommodations in Pisté. This property offers access to a terrace, free private parking, and free Wifi.

8.0
Scored 8.0
Very Good
Rated very good
6 reviews
Price from$26.91per night
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What Guests Said About Chichén-Itzá:

  • 10
    Scored 10

    Get there early and head to the Osuary complex so you can...

    Get there early and head to the Osuary complex so you can have it all to yourself. Most people go the other way. The night show was cool, but not required, the daytime is a requirement for every explorer!
    Douglas
    United States of America
  • 10
    Scored 10

    Stay in Valladolid and drive-- or better yet stay in Piste-...

    Stay in Valladolid and drive-- or better yet stay in Piste- and walk to the ruins and get there when they open at 8am. On the Sunday morning we arrived at 830am, there were less than 25 people that we could see-- total-- and no vendors yet. Our photos of the main pyramids have literally zero other people in the background, and we saw lots of colorful birds and enjoyed the empty grounds. By the time we left at 11:30am, there were 3 or 4 thousand people there, mostly arriving on tour buses from Cancun, and the vendors were aggressive and noisy and it was less appealing of a destination. YES get there as early as possible.
    Jeffrey
    United States of America
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    Always impressive to visit but too crowded and touristy the...

    Always impressive to visit but too crowded and touristy the last couple of times. The parking lot was only available for tour vans and buses so struggled outside to find a parking spot. Had to walk 600 meters to get to the ticket booth. Next time I'd go as early as they open to avoid crowds, heat and parking issues.
    Aaron
    United Kingdom
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    Chichen Itza is amazing!

    Chichen Itza is amazing! Well worth suffering the heat and bugsI (even in February) There are lots of vendors selling their wares. I've read that they are not usually handmade, which would explain why so many things were only ONE Dollar! Heard someone say not to buy wooden masks etc as they would not pass customs. Bring: hat, bug spray, sunblock, water. C.I. is very isolated. There are tour buses that take you from Cancun to CI. It's a full day and usually about $120 dollars. Be careful not to confuse dollars and mexican pesos. At this time the peso is about 20 cents so 100 pesos is $5 dollars. I recommend bringing a debit card and some mexican $. ( Can be purchased beforehand at AAA) Wear sturdy closed toe shoes as it is very dusty and rocky. No stairs, however. If you take a tour, they will feed you lunch about 2 pm. Bring snacks if you are accustomed to eating lunch earlier. Be on top of your email and messages as the tour originally said they would pick me up at my hotel, but changed to another hotel the day prior to the tour. If you don't take a tour, I would rent a car. Bus and taxi connections aren't the best. I took a taxi from Mayalands hotel to Valladodid for about $35. Then I took a bus to Cancun central bus station, then a taxi to the airport. I spent about $75 and it took the better part of the day. Taxi's from Mayalands to the airport run about $200 US. BTW, the tour takes you to a cenote where you can swim. Bring your suit and a towel, plus water shoes. The trek at ILKIL was about 100 stairs and slippery. One last thing, as of February 2022, one must wear a mask in Mexico ALL THE TIME.
    G
    Ginger's Mom
    United States of America
  • 8.0
    Scored 8.0

    It’s definitely worth it booking a tour guide as there’s so...

    It’s definitely worth it booking a tour guide as there’s so many details that need to be pointed out in order to appreciate the experience. Though most guides seemed to be asking for 900 pesos, which felt too steep. So we were actually very lucky to find a guide called Miguel who goes around in a little car (as he’s disabled), who charged us 500 pesos and gave us an amazing tour. Also, you’ll find there’s LOTS of art & souvenirs for sale, and they’ll quote you double the price if you can’t speak Spanish… so I’d suggest waiting until the end and buying whatever you like after you’ve seen all the stalls and haggle!
    Ori07
    United Kingdom
  • 10
    Scored 10

    This ancient Mayan ruin is well preserved and maintained.

    This ancient Mayan ruin is well preserved and maintained. Kukulcan is amazing but you cannot access or climb it. Doing this ruin with a guide was essential as the experience would have been much less without the knowledge a guide has.
    L

Explore guest reviews of hotels in Chichén-Itzá

  • From $81.04 per night
    7.4
    Scored 7.4
    Good
    Rated good
     · 2,130 reviews
    The location was ideal: close to Chichen Itza and the cenote Ik kil was literally on the other side of the rode. You can simply put on your swimming suite and walk over there. Thanks to the location we could begin our visit to Chichen Itza early and in the afternoon we went swimming in the cenote. We also liked the "natural pool". The staff was friendly and helpful. There is a restaurant where youcan eat or you can take the collectivo to the nearby village where you have more choice.
    Barbora
    Belgium
  • From $168.19 per night
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 616 reviews
    Very impressive Hacienda building with comfortable porch for relaxing and pleasant pool/common areas. The bedrooms are set around the garden or pool and very spacious. Good bathrooms too. The breakfast was good although perhaps a bit expensive. We ate dinner here one night and it was a nice experience even if the food wasn't outstanding I'd recommend it for the atmosphere and service. Good cocktails too! Pool area nice. Very well located for Chichen Itza (5min drive)
    Denise
    Ireland
  • 8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 393 reviews
    Mayalnd’s location adjacent to the Chichen Itza ruins cannot be beat. The grounds are lush and meticulously groomed, and the swimming pools are refreshing. We loved our thatched bungalow. Hotel reception arranged a private tour guide for our visit to the ruins, Jaime Humberto, and he made our visit there a dream. The film on Mayan astronomy in Mayaland’s theater is worth the roughly $10/person cost of admission as a preparation for visiting the ruins.
    Doris
    United States of America
  • From $84.70 per night
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 721 reviews
    - Beautiful hotel. Pretty rooms and beautiful garden and swimming pool (which opens very early, very nice to do some workout before starting the day!). - Quiet. - Super close to Chichen Itza! Perfect if you want to arrive for the opening (which is highly recommended if you want to avoid the crowd and too high temperatures). - Very nice staff. - Delicious breakfast.
    Lili
    Belgium
  • From $91.17 per night
    9.5
    Scored 9.5
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 275 reviews
    The host was very kind and the room was simple but very comfortable. The garden is nice, and I enjoyed eating breakfast there. The house is very close to Chichen Itzá, so you can easily beat the crowds. Overall a very positive experience and I highly recommend it! Much more personal than a hotel.
    KENNEALLY
    United States of America
  • From $83.44 per night
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 733 reviews
    This is a very peaceful place. Nice very clean room. We were there on a slow Monday but all services were available and dinner was good. Perfect place to get an early start at Chichen Itza which is essential because of the crowds and heat. It is about five minutes away.
    Karin
    United States of America
  • From $56.80 per night
    8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 2,745 reviews
    We had a nice room and enjoyed the pool area. The hotel is around 25 minutes walking or 5 minutes driving distance from Chichen Itza, which makes it a really great place to explore the site for a fair price. There was drinking water available and cake in the morning.
    touri_sl
    Germany
  • From $131.08 per night
    7.6
    Scored 7.6
    Good
    Rated good
     · 505 reviews
    Wow! A lovely jungle resort, two pools, a nice restaurant, and cool bungalows. I really enjoyed my stay here! And, it was less than 15 minutes' drive to Chichen Itza, so we got there right before park opened and enjoyed the park before the swarms got there!
    Alana
    United States of America
  • From $91.17 per night
    9.5
    Scored 9.5
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 275 reviews
    Luis is an amazing host, he welcomed us with fresh lemonade, prepares amazing breakfasts and has great advice on what to do around Chichen Itza. We absolutely loved his garden, his dogs and recommend anyone to come and stay with him and his family.
    Jeroen
    Netherlands
  • From $126.38 per night
    7.9
    Scored 7.9
    Good
    Rated good
     · 1,136 reviews
    Nice hotel in Piste, 20 mins walk from Chichen Itza, 10 mins walk from bus stop to Merida/Valladolid. Decent swimming pool. Very nice staff, great barman and very good breakfast which was included. Would definitely stay again!
    Judyta
    United Kingdom
  • From $126.38 per night
    7.9
    Scored 7.9
    Good
    Rated good
     · 1,136 reviews
    The hotel is about 5 min driving from Chichen Itza, which is very convenient, and that was the main purpose of our one night stay here! Rooms have AC, and the included breakfast was good! The staff are nice and helpful!
    Masoud
    United States of America
  • From $54.99 per night
    9.5
    Scored 9.5
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 216 reviews
    We loved this modest small hotel. Operated by a family in the outskirts of Pisté, the small town near Chichén Itzá, it was comfortable and in a good location. The family was very friendly and helpful.
    Ray
    United States of America
  • From $54.99 per night
    9.5
    Scored 9.5
    Exceptional
    Rated exceptional
     · 216 reviews
    Vanessa and Joel were fantastic. Short stoll into Piste. The room was perfect and the pool area was perfect for chill out time after morning at Chichen Itza. Superb and thank you!!!
    Simon
    United Kingdom
  • From $168.19 per night
    8.2
    Scored 8.2
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 616 reviews
    The hotel is set in beautiful, well kept grounds that felt a world away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist crowds of Chichen Itza. It was so peaceful and relaxing!
    James
    Brazil
  • 8.1
    Scored 8.1
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 81 reviews
    The best thing about the hotel is its tranquility, the big well maintained garden, the two pools and the fact that it is very close to Chichen Itza.
    Eva
    Austria
  • From $84.70 per night
    8.5
    Scored 8.5
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 721 reviews
    Amazing staff, convenient on site restaurant, quiet/pretty complex, location right between Chichen Itza and Piste (able to walk to both)
    Sissi
    United States of America
  • 8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 393 reviews
    Nice historical Hotel 🏨 with beautiful garden directly next Chichen Itza! Very good food and drinks. Nice staff. everything perfect 👍
    Milan
    Czech Republic
  • From $56.80 per night
    8.7
    Scored 8.7
    Excellent
    Rated excellent
     · 2,745 reviews
    very close from Chichen Itza rooms are nicely setup around a garden/pool great location with Restaurant close. friendly staff
    Anne-Laure
    United States of America
  • From $83.44 per night
    8.3
    Scored 8.3
    Very Good
    Rated very good
     · 733 reviews
    big pool, nice garden, quiet location (but please don't be mistaken there is NO entrance next to the hotel to Chichen Itza)
    A
    Anonymous
    Poland
  • From $81.04 per night
    7.4
    Scored 7.4
    Good
    Rated good
     · 2,130 reviews
    Good breakfast, close to Chichen Itza and very close to Ik Kil.
    Michael
    Netherlands