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What We Love

  • Gorgeous, bird-filled gardens strewn with hammocks and centered around two pools
  • Historic 18th century building, updated with modern conveniences including private plunge pools in some rooms
  • Spa palapa with massage tables and steam room

What To Know

  • Rooms in the center of the hacienda are quieter than those close to the road
  • There’s WiFi in the lobby but not in the rooms, which have cable access internet
  • You’ll need a car; the hotel is 15 minutes from central Merida, and within driving distance of cenotes and ruins


  •  Babysitting
  •  Bar
  •  Free WiFi
  •  Gym
  •  Handicap-accessible
  •  Parking On Site
  •  Pet-friendly
  •  Pool
  •  Restaurant
  •  Room Service
  •  Spa
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Idyllic hacienda rich in history—and updated with two pools, a spa, and gourmet restaurant

The Lowdown

This 18th century hacienda is full of stained glass and country house charm, from the tiled floors to the swinging hammocks to the birds singing in the tropical-flower filled gardens. In addition to historic charisma, there’s a touch of Hollywood about the place: there are two vast pools, which are dramatically lit by night, a gourmet restaurant specializing in the Yucatan’s cuisine, and a steam room and spa that’s housed in a traditional thatched hut.

In the Area

The Hacienda Misne is set in the countryside fifteen minutes from downtown Merida with its historic cathedral and stately main square, the Plaza de Armas, where local artisans sell their wares. That makes it well-placed for exploring the city, but also the neighboring countryside. Adventurers can spelunk in the Calcehtok Caves or swim in holy cenotes, underground lakes that were sacred to the Mayans. Speaking of the Mayans, arguably their greatest ruined city, Chichén Itzá, is less than an hour and a half away. And if you’re itching for the sea? Head to the fishing village of Celestun for its amazing biosphere and brilliant pink flocks of flamingos.

How to Get There

Hacienda Misné
Calle 19,172 por 6B
Merida, 97173 Mexico


4.5 Very Good 234 Reviews
Excellent hacienda hotel on the outkirts of Merida
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

We stayed 2 nights here. This hotel is on the outskirts of Merida and is an old hacienda with the bedrooms in the spacious gardens. The service from all staff (reception, housekeeping, restaurant and bar) was very friendly and attentive.

The bedroom was spacious and the beds comfortable. The bathroom had a large walk-in shower.

The WiFi and air conditioning worked well.

There are pools and a spa and gymnasium. There is a menu of spa treatments and I had an excellent 60 minutes massage for 1,000 pesos (around US$50).

The breakfast was good with eggs cooked to order. The bar was well stocked and reasonably priced.

Extraordinary and unique experience!
Reviewed 3 months ago

Hacienda Misne is a paradise, nature everywhere, from beautiful garden to unique and magnificent trees!
Is like being in a secret paradise! The rooms are gorgeous!, from the ceiling to the floor! Even had an hamaca, on it.
The whole Hacienda is gorgeous,all personal is wonderful, since the gardener to the chef.
There is a lot of history and tradition food is also as great as the whole place.
SPA, Gym , Bar, Seimming pool. All services are great.
So much to do and so much to explore. Close distance to incredible places like beach, cenotes, downtown Merida !!!
From airport to Hacienda Misne traveling time is less than 20 minutes. I recommended to use Uber service .
You will have an incredible visit!!!

Good place to be away from the noise
Reviewed 3 months ago

The Hacienda is extremely beautiful, the gardens are huge and impressive. The rooms are very nicely furnished and the food for dinner is excellent. I would not recommend breakfast, the food in the morning is nothing special. The beds are not excellent, they need to get new ones.

In general it was a new experience to stay at the Hacienda. It is far from downtown so you need a car to stay here or be aware that you need to move in taxi all the time. There is nothing at a walking distance.

Beautiful Hacienda!!
Reviewed 4 months ago

This is a beautiful hotel-hacienda, very well maintained
The rooms are spacious and modern with a Mexican touch. The staff are very helpful all the time and the food is nice
Very convenient if you would like to stay away from all the noise from Merida downtown
I originally book the hotel for 1 night, but we liked it that much that we ended book extra 2 nights, we loved it!!

Perfect stay!
Reviewed 4 months ago

- Car is being parked, bags taken to the room.
- The rooms are, modern, spacious & clean.
- The staff is very friendly, polite, thoughtful.
- Garden is beautiful and well maintained.
- Food is delicious and service is very good.
- Clean, stylish pool with enough towels.

One point: the car was parked under a tree, the birds loved it, but we got is back dirty.