The staff was cordial and helpful. The rooms and hotel in general was a little tacky. A good price... See full review
Jan 5, 2015
Very bad experience
Shamefuly it was a very bad stay, as a matter of fact I live in this city (Merida), and i just... See full review
Feb 19, 2015
Hotel Montejo Palace is a hotel greatly appreciated by tourists and groups that visit the city of Merida, because of its excellent location, affordable price and comfortable facilities. It is a four-story hotel that reflects a colonial style. It features a colonial architecture, with an arches and columns' structure, a spacious lobby and expansive green areas, for open-air relaxation, in addition to a refreshing pool. It offers delicious regional and international food and a spectacular dance and singing show on the weekends. Hotel Montejo Palace is without a doubt a great option for the budget traveler.
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Standard room is equipped with all modern facilities like air conditioning, alarm clock, balcony, cable/satellite TV, cribs, extra beds available, connected rooms, handicapped facilities, shower, slippers, fire sprinklers and telephone.
La Farola Cafetería
Open from 7AM to 11PM. Enjoy a nice evening at this comfortable coffee shop, that features colorful chairs and tables and offers a great live show on weekends, along with exquisite cuisine and savory drinks.
Open from 7AM to 11PM. Taste a la carte regional and international dishes in a casual air-conditioned atmosphere.
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The hotel is a reasonable experience and not anything luxury per se. The pool is small and typical of pools. The wireless access is not provided inside the rooms as one would expect but only in the lobby. The staff, although courteous, recognized
only basic english phrases. The buffet is good, but costs 100 pesos (10 dollars US) which is not a listed cost anywhere that I could speak of. The first day, I made the mistake of thinking it was a free breakfast like so many hotels do. The second day, one of the staff mentioned the tip was not included in the breakfast buffet. I kinda of thought it was ridiculous to tip for collecting plates, since I could walk them 10 feet myself to the bin to be washed. Also, the hot water did not always work very well. It was never super hot, but sometimes it simply did not work, and other times, it would take minutes for it to get marginally warm. I guess the plusses are that the staff does seem to understand english somewhat...a rarity for some hotels. The hotel is also somewhat old fashioned and which is a plus if you like that kind of thing in mexico. The balconies are nice...the A/C is good, and generally the staff was very courteous. The hotel also seems to have tours you can purchase directory from one of the first floor shops though I did not do this. The buffet is good, if not a little expensive I thought. If you had to, I suppose you could do a brunch at the buffet and be good the rest of the day. It is off the main stretch so it is convenient that way as well.
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Long walk from hotel
Many of the attractions are right off of the main stretch, and buses are available and I am told very reliable in the area.