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Just across the street from the Uxmal Pyramids, and a 40 minutes' drive from Merida. This historic resort offers 2 outdoor pools and a working plantation filled with fruit trees and jogging trails. Beautiful place full of history. It is very close to Uxmal, so the location is perfect. Staff is super friendly!
Set in gardens and directly across from the Uxmal Archaeological Site, 656 feet from the entrance, La Casa del Mago features an outdoor swimming pool and a restaurant. It offers a 24-hour reception. Great Pool Nice Garden Great view at the breakfast Big room Directly at the Uxmal Pyramid & Choco Museum Friendly receptionists
The Lodge at Uxmal is located within Uxmal Archaeological Park, just a few steps from the pyramids and temples. This is a lovely hotel located within walking distance of the ruins at Uxmal, which are magnificent. The hotel has beautiful lush gardens, lovely swimming pools and palm trees. Also with in walking distance of the Choco Museum. The dinner buffet was WONDERFUL. Literally one of the best buffets we've ever had - and it was mostly authentic Mayan dishes. Our concierge, Luis Felipe Chan Herrera, provided excellent service to us. If you can, ask for the Mayan breakfast at the little Mayan village they have reproduced near the hotel. It was very nice and the food was delicious!
Set a 2-minute walk from the traditional village of Santa Elena, The Pickled Onion Eco-Boutique B&B features charming thatched bungalows, an outdoor pool and a restaurant. Excellent approach of Valerie, she helped us a lot with the accommodation! The breakfast included a variety of fruits and everything was fresh and delicious
Located a 5-minute drive from Santa Elena town, Eco-Hotel Nueva Altia offers lush tropical gardens, an outdoor pool and palapa dining room. Room big, bright and clean a 20 minute ride from Uxmal. Lost in the forest. It was great to sleep with the forest sounds. The staff is very nice and runs everything so smoothly.
Saak Luúm Ruta Puc offers air-conditioned rooms in Sacalum. Featuring room service, this property also provides guests with a sun terrace. Garden is a heavenly place. We only had one night and not too much time to fully take benefit, but still its a heavenly place to stay and rest from Mexican heat
Posada El Jardín is an eco-friendly property that offers free Wi-Fi in public areas, sun terraces by the outdoor pool, and a palapa that serves coffee for a fee. Ramon is wonderful. He put together a great continental free breakfast. The room was spacious and clean. There is a nice pool and sitting area and the hotel is close to several restaurants in town.
Uxmal charges US citizen 4 times regular admission. Hotel Uxmal Maya charges 33% more for using US money or cards. Do not go if you don’t want to feel ripped off. Nothing special about hotel as at every turn you have to be guarded about being ripped off.
The bed was very firm and the hot water took a little longer than I would like but everything else was just fantastic. The food was amazing the staff tried to help us find anything we were looking for. It was a nice welcoming place to stay
If you are fascinated by the Mayans and their civilization, Uxmal is a must see. The site is well preserved and easy to walk. You are overwhelmed by the grandeur of each building. I recommend that you hire the services of the certified guides— well worth the price.
The light and sound show is absolutely TERRIBLE, we expected something more technologically advanced, what you have now might have been acceptable 20 years ago. Tourist come from all over the world and the whole thing is in Spanish. I speak Spanish and found it extemely boring, you lost me after 5 minutes. Really BAD, do something that will makes the Yucatan proud, no embarrasing.
We toured Chichen-Itza and then toured Uxmal two days later. I was surprised how different they are in architecture and environment. And because Uxmal is a bit off the beaten path, there are a lot fewer people and vendors. We stayed the night at one of the hotels which allowed us time to go to the night show and then tour the next morning. We stayed two nights but could have done it all in one night.
Uxmal is a spectacular Mayan ruin. Unlike Chichen’itza, it is not crowded with hawkers selling cheap, Chinese made goods. Uxmal is absolutely beautiful and the buildings have been carefully restored. I cannot recommend it highly enough.