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Recent Merida reviews

  • Beautiful home in a great location

    "My wife and I stayed in the home for several days at the end of August 2016. Was a highly positive experience and would recommend this house to those visiting Merida. Pros: Location is great. Three blocks from Santiago park and its church and food stalls and food market. Short walk, maybe 10 minutes or so, to the city's grand plaza and trendy Santa Lucia park area. A bit longer walk to Paseo de Montejo and its attractions, but totally doable. Plenty of restaurants nearby, plenty of on street parking within one block. Convenience store directly across the street for beer and snacks, full grocery store three blocks away in Santiago. House is lovely. Two large bedrooms with queen beds in each. Full bathroom attached to each bedroom. Washing machine (clothes line drying though). Decent sized splash pool and lounge area on the patio. Relaxing roof deck. Hammocks. Big enough kitchen to cook if you want (we cooked breakfasts each morning) and big dining room table. Nice living room with big couch and tv. Very quiet. Can barely hear the street noise in the living areas, and not at all in the bedrooms at night. Nicely decorated, homey, classy. Super nice and responsive owner and management. They answered questions quickly and well. House was very clean. Check in and check out simple and easy. Lots of helpful info provided in the welcome booklet. Cons: It's hot in there. Yes, Merida is always hot no matter where you go, and especially in August, but that said, the house seemed to be maximized for quiet and avoiding street noise which sacrificed ventilation. Many of the windows are not screened, but rather enclosed by plastic so it's difficult to get cross breezes going. That makes the house very hot inside, so you will need to use the a.c., which can be expensive. We got by only using the a.c. at night to sleep, but something to keep in mind. You can escape the heat nicely in the splash pool and on the rooftop patio. Overall, a very nice place and a great option if you want to stay in a house in the historical central district of Merida."
    Guest: Michael A. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: September 12, 2016
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  • Fantastic

    "Lovely property, great hosts. The location was great, close enough to walk to things, but quiet, the Centro area can be very loud. We met other guests that were super nice. Would highly recommend this VRBO"
    Guest: Anonymous Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: January 1, 2016
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  • Awesome house with superb customer service

    "The house is spacious and beautifully decorated with high ceilings and an authentic taste of Merida. My family enjoyed the spacious rooms, beautiful grounds and well appointed kitchen. The management was outstanding and super responsive to our questions and issues were immediately addressed. The location was perfect for sightseeing and in a safe area of the city. The house was very clean and well maintained. It is within walking distance of the historic Cathedral area with tons of great shopping and restaurants. We would definitely love to stay here again!"
    Guest: Lora L. Date of Stay: December 2015 Review Submitted: January 11, 2016
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  • wunderful time after a roundtrip through Mexico

    "We stayed for 10 days in the Hacienda at casa sisal in early September. We enjoyed the quietness, the feeling to be in the nature there, the places around and to live in an outstanding design object. Cyndy and Howie as well as Wilhelm and the staff made us everything comfortable, so could enjoy the heat in the pool, the frogsound in the evenings and the lights of fireflies when it gets dark. Merida is close, with a lot of fantastic possibilities for food. Uxmal and Chichen Itza are 1h away, Mayapan only 30 min. Enjoy the cenotes around ... it is amazing to swim there. But the best is the feeling, when you come back to Casa Sisal after all these activities ..."
    Guest: Chris V. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 12, 2016
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