A mini-urban hacienda in the heart of Merida's boh

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  • 3 bedrooms
  • 2 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 8
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Bedrooms: 3

Bathrooms: 2

Sleeps: 8

Type: House

A mini-urban hacienda in the heart of Merida's boh

BOOK NOW YOUR RE-IMAGINED COLONIAL HOME IN MÉRIDA, YUCATÁN DURING APRIL AND SAVE 10% OFF YOUR STAY.

Every detail of this stylish and curated three-bedroom home delights. Whether you're after color, comfort or modern convenience, you'll find it all at Casa Terracita - a mini-urban hacienda in the heart of Merida's bohemian art district.

WHY STAY WITH US?

When you stay at Casa Terracita, you know you're in Mérida. This home gives you an authentic living experience that captures the artistic, historic charm of this great city. As our guest, you're in great hands and will receive our Remixto star treatment, including:

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A mini-urban hacienda in the heart of Merida's boh
Merida, Yucatan-Mayan Riviera, Mexico

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Casa Terracita sits in the heart of one of Merida’s oldest neighborhoods, Parque de la Mejorada. During the day, this tranquil park is home to Merida’s school of architecture - where you can see hipster students donning the latest in urban eyewear and carrying t-squares in their backpacks. Hear music in the air? It’s most likely the youth symphony orchestra practicing works by Beethoven or Mozart, or it’s one of many military bands gearing up for the week’s processional through the city.

Feeling hungry? Head to Los Almendros at the northwest corner of the park. This quintessential restaurant is home to some of the best flavors of the Yucatan - from sopa de lima (think tortilla soup with a squeeze of lime) to cochinita pibil (slow-roasted pork marinated in achiote paste and sour orange).

Three blocks further west lies Merida’s Plaza Principal (or zocalo), where you can tour the main cathedral then head to MACAY, Merida’s contemporary art museum. Or stroll over to Paseo de Montejo, Merida's Champs Elysees for some people watching along this tree-lined boulevard and see some of the grandiose mansions the city has to offer.

Casa terracita is downtown and close to buses, taxis and even horse-drawn carriages to get you where you need to go.

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