Welcome to Casa de las Palomas by Sercotel
Welcome to Casa de las Palomas by Sercotel, a cosy and endearing hotel boutique in Mérida 4 stars located in an old classic style house. Its façade, characteristic of the city centre, stands out for a classic style of almost 100 years old, combined with elegant and renovated touches of modernity.
The property has 9 renovated rustic rooms. The central axis has a patio with an outdoor swimming pool, around which the different rooms are located offering you the possibility of relaxing while enjoying the views of the gardens and the swimming pool.
At the hotel Casa de las Palomas by Sercotel you will be able to choose the type of accommodation that best suits your needs: Master Suite with private pool, Double Deluxe overlooking the garden and Quadruple Deluxe overlooking the garden and two double beds. They all combine classic decoration with modern touches and the best features in comfort such as: free Wi-Fi connection, air conditioning, television, private bathroom, safe, reception service and dry cleaning and laundry service to keep your clothes in the best conditions.
To get to our hotel you only have to go to 64th Street Number 417 between 49 and 53. If you decide to stay at our hotel in Mérida, Yucatán, you will be very close to places of interest in the area such as the Teatro Peón Contreras or the Museo de la Gastronomía del Yucatán, and to many attractions in the city, such as the Catedral de San Ildefonso, one of the oldest cathedrals on the continent, as well as the Casa Museo de Francisco de Montejo and the Palacio Cantón.
Mérida is one of the cities in Mexico where you can breathe more tranquility and harmony in everyday life. The peace of this city, the beauty and tranquility of its streets, make Merida a place of elegance and contrasts with its colonial houses, its architecture and Mayan ruins. In addition, it has an exquisite gastronomic heritage that will captivate your tastes and palate.
As a point of reference, its Plaza Mayor is a vibrant meeting place where locals and visitors share traditional Yucatecan beverages, such as Xtabentun, Agua de Lima or Piña with Chaya on one side, and enjoy a whole gastronomic journey through dishes such as Cochinita Pibil, Ceviche or Motuleños eggs.
Its living music together with its traditional dances and its cultural richness, have contributed very positively in that Merida has been named and is considered as one of the American capitals of culture.