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Real Las Haciendas

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#10 of 45 B&Bs / Inns in Valladolid
Located three blocks from the Historic Center of the City of Valladolid, Yucatan, and one block from the main market, it is a hotel with a very charming hacienda style with Mayan handmade decorations;It has 2 suites, 6 double rooms and 2 single rooms, outdoor swimming pool decorated with carved stone of the region, a bar and our gourmet restaurant regional style.
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Free parking
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Breakfast included
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Dry Cleaning
Kids pool
Laundry Service
Non-smoking hotel
Outdoor pool
Public Wifi
Shuttle Bus Service
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Air conditioning
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Just had breakfast as we heard it’s great. And it was. Big portion and also a treat to start with (bread & marmalades). We went for the veggie cheese empanadas. Really nice and the service was good. We received all we couldn’t eat in a take away-box.
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I’m torn with this review. The service was good. The breakfast was excellent- the best we had in Mexico. The drinks at the bar were not good. Do not get a suite- they are right on the main courtyard and have large windows and glass French doors with insufficient curtains that do not completely provide privacy. It is next to the cenote but a long walk to the town center.
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If you are coming to Valladolid for only one night and have time to visit Cenote Zaci, we would recommend staying here just to be a few steps away from the cenote (it is amazing and a must do while in town). Our rating is a reflection of the hotel room and pool area. Not the staff, restaurant, bar or main front area of the hotel. We arrived on December 22nd around 7pm. Other than the front desk staff the hotel was empty of people. Maybe one other person was staying there, but not sure. The restaurant, bar and rest of the main front area was very clean and looked beautiful. We walked to the pool area which was not the same. There was construction materials, garbage and white stuff covering the grass area including an extension cord over the pool. The pool looked pretty clean but had lots of leaves floating. Part of what enticed us to the hotel was having a pool and hammocks, but the back area didn't look usable due to the construction mess. Our room did match the photos we saw, but was much smaller and more beat up. But whatever, we didn't plan to spend much time there, so no biggie. We went to dinner and discussed talking to the front desk about the pool area in the morning. But by morning we were calling other hotels. For a few main reasons: 1. There was a window in our bathroom which we did not pay much attention to when we arrived in the dark, but we did at 5am when the light came on in the closet the window was attached to. It seemed to be the housekeepers room and we had a hard time going back to sleep due to the light and listening to all the shuffling going on. Not stoked. This explained why our room smelled like cleaning supplies, but not in a good way. 2. The hallway area that all the rooms share is full of bright lights. Which are very pretty but are also right outside each room all night long. The one window (which had a screen on it) in our room opened to the hallway, so although the room was stuffy, we had to keep the shades closed so the room was not daylight bright. We would prefer to not sleep with AC on, but this was not an option. This trip was about sleep just as much as sightseeing for both of us, so both reasons one and two were affecting this. 3. By morning there was a puddle in the tiny bathroom from the toilet leaking. You also couldn't sit straight on the toilet due to the glass for the shower being right next to the toilet. 4. We had to make two separate reservations since the first room we booked was already taken three nights into our stay. We didn't want to switch hotels, so we booked a separate room for the rest of our stay. The room we planned to move to had glass doors that opened to the restaurant, which meant not much privacy nor quiet in the mornings. We had no idea and would not have booked the room if we knew. The hotel was very nice to let us cancel the rest of the reservation, although charging us more for the one night we stayed. We did mention the issues but since we were leaving we do not know how they would have handled it The hotel is small, has around ten rooms off the hallway and then two rooms facing the main restaurant area.
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We went here for breakfast, service was excellent, food was really good and unique, we took a tour around the hotel and it is small but very nice, good taste. it is small, about 10 rooms i believe close by to the cenote and next to the market.
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Amazing, quaint hotel. Best for couples or solo (not really best for children or large groups as it is a smaller boutique hotel). The common area's are relaxing, beautiful and the free breakfast is something I still think about and crave months later.
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$39 - $95 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
MexicoYucatan PeninsulaYucatanValladolid
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