Welcome to Casa de las Palomas Group by Sercotel
We are pleased to welcome you to Casa de las Palomas Group by Sercotel , formed by a group of 4 colonial houses in Mérida, in the state of Yucatán. Each of these old houses has been remodeled and modernized, although they still maintain touches of classic and traditional style.
Currently, the Group Casa de las Palomas by Sercotel has two operational colonial houses, Casa Palomas and Casa Mía , which offer comfortable and pleasant accommodation for travelers looking for a hotel in Mérida to enjoy a few days of rest.
Casa Palomas offers its guests up to 9 renovated rooms in a rustic style. One of the most outstanding elements of this hotel is its central patio, around which the different rooms are arranged and in which the swimming pool is located. Casa Palomas is also the main house of the whole group, in which the reception service for all guests is centralized.
Approximately 200m from Casa Palomas is Casa Mía, a contemporary colonial style house with a total of 5 cozy rooms. The Casa Mía site has its own swimming pool, but does not have its own reception service, as this is centralized in Casa Palomas.
To get to the Group Casa de las Palomas by Sercotel, just 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.
In Mérida, colonial houses, architecture and Mayan ruins coexist in harmony, resulting in streets of captivating beauty. The city also stands out for its cuisine and gastronomy. 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.