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The Lodge at Uxmal
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Reviewed September 14, 2006

I stayed with my family (all adults) at the Lodge at Uxmal for one night while touring through the Yucatan. It was quite expensive at around $200 USD per night, but it seemed to be the best option in the area.

We drove through very remote areas into a jungle and wound up at this beautiful hotel. I was very surprised at how nice it was; the bathroom was large, with big tub. There were two very nice swimming pools -- i'm pretty picky, and I went swimming in one of the pools; I didn't have a problem with it being dirty at all. The rooms had great decorations with stained glass windows, there was cable TV (!), and everything was very clean. It's also right across the street (2 minute walk) from the entrance to Uxmal (which is fantastic, by the way).

The restaurant was not great. They had a large dinner selection, but the food wasn't that good, and it was way overpriced (of course there's nowhere else to eat, so you don't have much choice). Breakfast was good and reasonably priced - I had fresh squeezed juice, eggs, and toast with marmalade.

There was a nice veranda all along the rooms with benches, rocking chairs, and coffee tables, so you could sit at night and listen to the jungle. I really enjoyed my stay here and would reccommend it if you have the money to spend.

  • Stayed: December 2005, traveled with family
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Reviewed July 28, 2006

We stayed here because of a mix up. We originally made reservations to stay at La Hacienda at Uxmal, but they had no record of our reservations, so their very helpful employee Simon sent us over to the Lodge ( same owners) and had us stay here for the same price. It's a good thing too because the Lodge is overpriced!!!
The rooms are average, 2 double beds, a mini fridge filled with expensive drinks for you to purchase, a TV with maybe 3 channels, it just wasn't anything spectacular.
The bathroom did have a huge tub, very spacious bathroom.
The grounds, on the other hand were beautifully maintained and kept up. Very scenic and beautiful. But watch out for falling palms! My friend was swimming in the pool when suddenly one of the palms off the tree fell off into the pool and barely missed his head!
The restaurant is also- overpriced! The food was okay, the shrimp stuffed avocados were good, everything else just mediocre for the price!
The thing about this place is that it is very conveniently located- literally across the street from the Uxmal ruins, so that was great. If you happen to go to the sound and light show at the ruins ( also not recommended and a waste of money) then it makes sense to stay here, so that you can get to the ruins early before everyone else. Aside from that- there's no need. It was very tranquil and peaceful, but make sure you rent a car and bring your own water- they charge you $28 pesos for a bottle of water!

  • Stayed: July 2006
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Reviewed June 13, 2005

We spent three nights here on our tour of the yucatan state....it was a convienient base for the uxmal ruins, lo-tun caves, sayil and labna...all worth visiting (especially the caves!)

The area is beutiful, and rooms are luxurious - complete with a jacuzzi in the bathroom. When we arrived we were in the newist block and it turned out they had forgotten to connect the water supply! not good after being on the move from early morning and several hours travelling from chichen itza! the problem was sorted within a couple of hours so not a big problem, but not the best start either - the meal we had in the restarant that night was terrible - the worst steak ever encountered would not be an understatement - so day 1 was a bit of a nightmare, however things did improve. The airconditioning was great and the beds comfortable, the food did improve and the views of the pool and a variety of flora from the veranda was lovely.

The pool, whilst looking lovely, was surrounded by trees and so full of leaves and a variety of insects - not that great to swim in, but nice to look at!

The staff were a touch surly, but usually not to the point of rudeness and so our stay was generally OK - wouldn't have wanted to be here for much longer than we were but three days was quite pleasant.

  • Stayed: June 2005
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Reviewed March 29, 2005

Lovely small hotel, right by the entrance to the ruins. Great size rooms and bathrooms, with veranda and rocking chair. The pool was small and the loungers quite uncomfortable if you stay there too long. The staff were friendly and food good.

  • Stayed: February 2005
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Reviewed March 21, 2004

We recently spent 4 days at The Lodge at Uxmal as part of a tour. The physical aspects of the resort are very attractive. It is a relatively new facility, and our room was spacious with a large, well-stocked bathroom. There was a verrandah with rocking chairs which looked onto a pool area. Much attention has been paid to decorative finishing touches, both inside and out. The grounds are not very large, so there aren't many areas for strolling - you pretty much have to take to the road. The location, right across a quiet road from the archeological site, is ideal. The staff who worked in the reception area, and who looked after our luggage were pleasant and responded quickly. At first our phone wasn't working properly, but when we needed it at check-out it was. Apparently there had been a problem with TV reception. We actually only turned ours on to see if it was working, which it was at that point. So this could mean that they deal with problems quickly. At check-in our minibar/fridge had not been stocked by housekeeping. The fellow from reception tracked down what we wanted (from other units apparently), and from then on housekeeping kept us well supplied. Most of the negatives have to do with the restaurant. There is one large a la carte restaurant - again, very attractive, covered & open-air. There were several staff members there at any given time, and very few customers, but service was typically extremely slow, and in the case of 1 or 2 of the men, downright surly. It was sometimes necessary to go up to the central work station to get their attention, because they were so busy chatting with each other, or watching TV. There was an extensive menu - both food and beverages. However the quality was unpredictable. On the positive side we had freshly squeezed orange juice and fresh fruit plates for breakfast Also the salads we had were very good, and the house wine was as good as most, better than many.
The breakfast rolls were always stale. They did make toast, but this meant waiting another 10 minutes - time we didn't usually have in the morning. The dinners we had were acceptable (neither great nor bad).
However a friend of ours became quite ill after one dinner. A nice feature was a small group of musicians who provided pleasant background music 2 of the evenings. I'm giving the resort a 4-star rating because it does have the potential to become a top-rate facility. However not until a major shake-up in their food-service area happens, or perhaps the overall management.

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