Visit the Casa Azul hotel where you can enjoy a beautiful Casona, just a few steps from Paseo de Montejo, built in the nineteenth century and declared a...
Visit the Casa Azul hotel where you can enjoy a beautiful Casona, just a few steps from Paseo de Montejo, built in the nineteenth century and declared a Historic Monument. Its original architecture has been preserved, making it a passage in the history to the Porfirian Yucatan of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries to be a living example of the lifestyle of one of the most important periods in the history of Yucatán in general and Mérida particularly.
The henequen boom, which gave the entity wealth and prosperity, lived its best days under the dictatorship of Porfirio Díaz, whose power ended with the Mexican Revolution of 1910. That boom provided the city of Mérida with great urban progress changing its physiognomy. Additionally, during this period, a vast number of splendid residences for landowners and great merchants were constructed.
The owners of the house allow the guests to relive an era within their magnificent facilities, without compromising comfort.
The life of the Casa Azul hotel unfolds, just as the first owners of the property did, in the wide corridors that surround the interior patio adorned with a beautiful fountain of Mayan stone.
It has a swimming pool in the back patio and a terrace in front of the hotel where you can enjoy a superb dinner or simply share a few drinks delighted by Yucatecan music played by magnificent troubadours.
For reservations or more information visit their website here.
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