Located in the main house and built in the early 20th century, the Kukulkán Room is named for the ancient feather-serpent deity of wind and rivers. Kukulkán features a high ceiling, queen size bed, locally-crafted armoire, desk, and 2 chairs. Rich Mexican color and the original pasta tile floor lead from the bedroom to the spacious bath with Talavera tile accents. The sink is under-mounted in hand-hewn native Coquina rock. Colorful artwork and accents featuring Mayan themes and textiles infuse the room. Kukulkán is the closest room to the elegant public rooms of the house and only a few steps away from the breezy breakfast terrace, pool, and lounging area.
Casa Del Maya is a lovingly restored colonial-style home that enchants with Mexican charm and celebrates the rich culture and craft of the Mayas. We invite you to come stay with us to enjoy Merida and all it has to offer, and we hope you return because we made you feel at home.
Tour some of the beautiful colonial homes, walk Paseo de Montejo, see the oldest cathedral in North America, tour the oldest Spanish home in the Yucatan. Then relax with a horse-drawn carriage ride.
Cenotes, museums, galleries, and the Mayan civilization sites such as Ek-Balam, Uxmal, and Chichen-Itza, a World Heritage Site. See the flamingoes in Celestun, walk the beach in Progreso where you can enjoy fresh seafood served right on the beach.
Kukulkan has one queen bed with plush linens and towels, satellite TV, air conditioning, in-room safe, large bathroom with rainfall shower.
Calle 66, 410 A, por 45 y 47 Centro