Hotel Boutique Casa San Angel
- Free WiFi
- Parking On Site
Hotel Boutique Casa San Angel is centrally located in Merida, walking distance from Anthropology and History Museum and close to Teatro Peon Contreras. This hotel is within close proximity of Popular Art Museum and Hidalgo Park.
Make yourself at home in one of the 14 air-conditioned rooms featuring flat-screen televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and cable programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include phones, as well as safes and desks.
Spa, Wellness & Premium Amenities
Take advantage of recreation opportunities such as an outdoor pool or take in the view from a terrace and a garden. Additional features at this hotel include complimentary wireless Internet access, gift shops/newsstands, and tour/ticket assistance.
Food & Drink
Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel’s room service (during limited hours).
Business & Travel Amenities
Featured amenities include a business center, complimentary newspapers in the lobby, and dry cleaning/laundry services. Free valet parking is available onsite.
How to Get There
Beautiful and spotless old Casa Town House in an outstanding location. Few rooms means great and helpful assistance. Great small restaurant cafe for breakfast and select lunch and dinner menu. Packed with locals with families on weekend breakfast gatherings, a very good sign. Small group of local orphanage volunteers for working breakfast another good sign. Guest rooms historic and up to date, including great showers. Plenty of bottled water gratis. Solid AC units. No glitz, real old Mexico. We loved it. CNN on TV. Good. wi-fi.
I’m a bit late with this review but had to share. My husband and I stayed at this beautiful hotel for 5 nights in May. It was our first time in Merida and we loved the hotel. The staff was helpful and friendly, the rooms and common areas absolutely gorgeous. The small pool was very refreshing and we enjoyed the cafe and gift shop. The entire place had been beautifully renovated and the rooms are full of tiny details and comforts (right down to Q-tips in the bathroom). The bed was very nice and comfy. It was a bit like staying in an Airbnb with lots of homey extras. Of course there was drinking water included and we appreciated that there were several stations with filtered water to fill up water bottles (vs. using disposable bottles). The location was amazing, right at the end of Paseo de Montejo, and close to many of the activities, museums etc. in the center of Merida. We got to watch a local performance of singing and dancing right outside of our window on Saturday night! Not only is this a great place to stay in Merida, the owner is very special. During my time there I got the dreaded traveler’s stomach (due to an off-site food experience-not at the hotel cafe). Normally I wouldn’t share this but I think it’s worth telling. In my fevered, wretched state the owner of the hotel heard what was happening when my husband was asking about a pharmacy and she came to our room with medicines, soda crackers and kind words. This graceful woman who I had never met literally came in and nursed me like my mom would have. She fixed me right up and I was fine within 24 hours. In my delirious state I thought for sure she was an angel. I asked her if she was a guest at the hotel and she said something like, “No dear, I own it. I designed all of this.” This was above and beyond and I can’t recommend this place enough. We had a lovely stay—because of the hotel itself, the service and the amazing hospitality—and we would go back in a heartbeat.
I enjoyed my stay at this hotel.
Very clean, cozy, quiet and well-presented
There are several purified-water dispensers/fountains and therefore, I didn’t have to buy bottled water while in Merida
The ladies who clean the rooms each day are very thorough
Breakfast wasn’t particularly exciting. Only toast, fruit and coffee are available. You can buy a cooked breakfast at the restaurant down the street for only a few dollars more.
The staff seemed a little distracted at times
Parking is not ideal. The hotel parking lot is one block away and you cannot park there until you ask a hotel employee unlocked the gates. There is free parking on the street right outside the hotel but there were never any free parking spaces.
This is a lovely boutique hotel. The staff is very nice and attentive. Roberto can arrange tours and rides within your budget and has impeccable English. Sarah is also very willing to make phone calls to local places of interest to inquire about pricing, hours, etc. We liked that it was somewhat removed from the noise and bustle of Centro yet within a quick walk—literally 5 blocks or so. Also, you can easily head north up Paseo Montejo to the anthropology museum and some of the nice restaurants up that way. The rooms are very thoughtfully and authentically decorated with vibrant Mexican pillows and bedding. Good AC. The restaurant also has impeccable waitstaff and wonderful food. For example, try both the huevos rancheros and montejos. Wonderful! Not too heavy but with all the essential ingredients and flavors. A very memorable and authentic stay!
The hotel is beautiful and the staff were so kind and helpful. The rooms were clean and had the great Mexican feel. Perfect for couples or friends and business. The breakfast was good too. Hope to visit again soon!