Casa, 3 dormitorios, 2 baños, (para 2-6)
- inglés, alemán
Tipo de ubicación
Reglas de la propiedad
Se aceptan niños
No se aceptan mascotas
No se permiten fiestas o eventos
No se permite fumar
Número máximo de personas: 6
Edad mínima del huésped principal: 21
Política de cancelación
Se reembolsará el 100% si la cancelación se solicita con un mínimo de 30 días antes de la fecha de check-in. Se reembolsará el 50% si la cancelación se solicita con un mínimo de 14 días antes de la fecha de check-in.
Daños e imprevistos
Serás responsable por cualquier daño causado a la propiedad en renta por ti o cualquiera de tus acompañantes durante tu estancia.
The house is most convenient and comfortable
Barbara, the landlady, is charming and responsive. Ana, the house manager, is efficient and also quite responsive. We only used the kitchen for coffee as there are so very many excellent restaurants in the immediate area, but it was equipped for cooking, if we had wanted to!
Myself and a group of friends stayed at Casa Flora for several days.
The house is great as it provides very accommodating space for non family members. In some regards each bedroom is a suite. The patios provide inviting outside space, both upstairs and at ground level. The interior pool was fun, spending time having a drink and talking.
Location was tremendous. We were close enough to al centro to walk as we wished. Merida is a wonderful time. The street Casa Flora is on was quiet and safe. We had the fortune of being there for the New Year and the celebration was excellent. We also used it as a starting point for several side trips, Progresso, Mayapan, Mayan ruins. Also saw (hesitantly) a bull fight.
The staff that greeted us was excellent, the house was clean and the kitchen could have provided easy meal preparation, although we did not take advantage of this. All services were wonderful.
Barbara, the owner, was prompt in answering any questions we had before making final reservation.
We strongly recommend Casa Flora for anyone's visit to Merida.
Perplexed by other ratings
Having rented this house partly on the basis of the effusive reviews, I felt obligated to write this one to provide a different perspective. Three of us rented this house for two weeks. I have rented 5 houses in Mexico and this would rank fourth in quality and fifth in terms of value for money. There are pros: the location is perfect – 4 blocks to the main plaza. Lots of square footage, though not all that effectively used. The beds are comfortable. The appliances work. The plunge pool is a refuge from the heat. The wifi is generally pretty good and the washer and dryer work well. The light controls are pretty advanced and if you like big canvases of warrior princess themed art (I did), you’re in luck. The decorative touches are nice, although calling the place Art Deco is a stretch. The owner is prompt and friendly.
And yet…. You’ll notice in the photos that the kitchen is not featured. This is no surprise – the kitchen is awful, by far the worst of the 5 I’ve experienced. It’s decently equipped with a gas stove, a couple of coffee makers, a good blender, and lots of plates. There is almost no work space – if you’re at all serious about cooking it is severely cramped. The pots and pans and the cutlery are worn out and cheap – with normal use we bent more spoons than Uri Geller. There is a decent sized yard and two large terraces off the bedrooms on the second floor, but nothing much has been done to make the spaces appealing – no plants, no furniture on the front terrace, nothing inviting at all. The water feature and outdoor shower are connected to a complicated piping system that leaks when you turn on the tap on upper terrace. We didn’t come here to watch TV but the tiny medieval set – looks like about 14” diagonal – with no cable connection is far below the contemporary standard of a flat screen to which you can attach a computer to show movies. There is no cleaning – not even once a week – which is a unique in my experience (in two rentals there was daily service, which was overkill). The bathrooms are drab and comparatively small. The paint is peeling in several rooms, no mirror in one of the bedrooms, and the general aura is that of a house that is rented but not lived in. There’s no “aha” feel to this house, and it’s certainly not luxury digs. It was a place to crash, not an oasis to enjoy hanging out in. It wouldn't take a lot of money to make the place more appealing.
thank you for staying in my house in Merida and happy you enjoyed your vacation.
I'm sorry you never reached out to my manager or me while your stay when there was any problems. I'm always here for my tenants to give them advice wehre to go and also to fix things right away if there is any issues.
all the issues mentioned were meanwhile fixed.
wishing you all the best
ESTAS SON LAS ATRACCIONES PARA VER:
(CLASIFICADO POR RANKING)
Grutas de Calcehtok,
Catedral de Mérida
Palacio del Gobernador (Palacio del Gobernador),
Ruinas mayas mayapan,
Paseo de Montejo
Gran Museo del Mundo Maya,
Teatro Peon Contreras,
Merida English Library,
Museo de Arte Popular,
Casa de Montejo
Museo de Antropología e Historia,
EcoMuseo del Cacao,
Cairo Cinema Cafe,
Oficina de Turismo de Mérida,
Cenote X Batun,
Museo de Macay,
Cuadrilátero del convento de monjas,
Parque Zoológico de Centenario (Parque Zoológico del Centenario),
Casa Museo Montes Molina,
Casa Frederick Catherwood,
Museo de la ciudad de Mérida,
Casino de diamantes,
El Museo de la Canción Yucateca,
Estatua de Hideyo Noguchi,
Casino La Cima