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Casa Lecanda -A small luxury boutique hotel located within the historical center of Mérida, Yucatán. 

Rosas & Xocolate - hotel + spa located in the most important and emblematic avenue of Merida, Paseo de Montejo, with a historic past that makes it memorable in the Yucatan Peninsula.

Coqui Coqui MéridaBoutique hotel, Perfumeria and locally stocked boutique in the middle of Mérida’s Centro Histórico.

Casa Azul Hotel - Beautiful house, located a few steps away from the most important avenue, Paseo de Montejo, built on the XIX century and declared Historical Monument preserves its original architecture.

Cascadas de Merida - Modern and comfortable bed and breakfast in Merida's historic centro with small hotel amenities: Air conditioning, internet access and phones in each room. Delicious American breakfast comes with the room. 

Hotel Del Peregrino  - Clean, affordable and well-located hotel, with private rooms or dorm accommodations in a three-story renovated colonial. American breakfast served daily. 

Hotel Marionetas - A small luxury hotel with café and pool in downtown Merida. Each room has a phone, air conditioning, new bed and spacious bathrooms. Gourmet breakfasts come with the room. 

Hotel Mediomundo - A small hotel in the historical center of the colonial city of Merida with 10 spacious rooms, lush gardens, swimming pool, and genuine yucatecan hospitality by a multilingual staff.

Las Arecas Guest House B&B - A small colonial guest house in the Centro Historico of Merida. Quiet, clean, economical rooms centered around a lovely inner courtyard. Includes American breakfast. 

Luz En Yucatan - Fully-furnished apartments in downtown Merida. Each unique room has a kitchenette. A large communal kitchen and dining room, and peaceful tropical gardens surrounding a pool make this a home away from home.

Suites del Sol - Furnished apartments for long and short term rental. Perfect for extended stays, people seeking relocation to the Yucatan or travelers looking for long term accommodations. Located just off Paseo Montejo.