Ecotel Quinta Regia3.5 out of 5.0
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I spent a night with my wife in this very nice hotel during the our tour through Yucatán. It has a big car parking and a wonderful tropical garden around the main building. Our room was clean and the staff friendly. Moreover, the hotel has also a nice pool close to the restaurant area where the breakfast is served. The hotel is located few hundreds meters to the main square of Valladolid.
Literally we say this almost every time, we should stay here one night. Well this time we did. It was for a brief visit and a quick overnight stay. What are behind gates and front doors astound me all the time. This hotel is very clean, nice and friendly staff, beautifully groomed gardens, a great event location, easy parking and very colonial which we love. The rooms were comfortable with all the necessities we needed. They have many amenities that we did not have time to enjoy however there is always next time. Morning breakfast was included, and it too hit the spot. Valladolid is a Magic Town and we love it, so it is fun to explore and see new places. Muchas gracias a todas alla, nuestro tiempo alla esta excelente. Nos vamos a regresar. Hasta la proxima!
Stayed in Valladolid at the Ecotel Quinta Regia for one night while we visited Ek Balam and Chichen Itza. The hotel is in Spanish Colonial -style, with small individual blocks of rooms located around a central "hub" ( reception area, bar and restaurant), all set in well-maintained tropical gardens. Rooms are spacious and airy with all the usual trappings in the bathroom. and with air-con, fridge and coffee machine in the bedrooms. Curiously, the integral safe in the bedroom had no lock (!) but apparently, you can get this on payment of a small deposit from reception. Also, there was only one bottle of water provided in the room (which was a double), but as replacements only cost 18 pesos from the bar, I'm not complaining. Breakfast was good, with an ample selection to please most, ranging from scrambled egg and French toast, to cereal, fresh fruit, pastries and juice. A clean, safe touring hotel to stay near all the major sites. Top tip: Can get quite busy during Mayan religious festivals - we stayed just after the Spring Equinox, so the place was full to the brim with the indigenous Maya celebrating the descent of Kukulkan - this will affect both hotel service and noise levels.
This is a perfect place to stay if you want the Valladolid experience without luxury. The hotel's restaurant has really good traditional food and the staff is amazing and will take good care of you. There is free wifi that works well, but struggles when there are a lot of people connected to it. The rooms are cleaned daily and the cleaning staff was respectful of our things so we felt comfortable leaving our laptops laying around. You can get a lock for the safe at the front desk for 200 pesos to put extra money and passports in. The hotel is located really close to the town center (5 min walk) and it's also relatively close to some other attractions. I would definitely choose to stay here again, and would recommend it!
Very good , nice ( Mexican aristocratic style ) , tidy and great positioned hotel in Valladolid with lovely botanic garden. Wi-Fee provided in the rooms. Receptionists and restaurant personal do not speak English - was the only negative point. We were very satisfied, nothing to complain
We stayed one night here. We arrived fairly late in the evening and left in the morning so it was just a quick overnight on our way into the inland. It was convenient to get to after arriving in Cancun and an easy drive to Chichen Itza in the morning. The property setting is very nice and quite beautiful. From the outside the hotel is very attractive. The room was good with all the normal amenities. We had no complaints. We ate dinner at the hotel because of the hour. I cannot recommend the food. We would have been better off finding a restaurant nearby. The service was good though.
The hotel is nice and staff are great. Overall our stay was very pleasant, and as Valladolid is off the beaten path, there aren't many tourists around even in peak season, and it's an easy drive to great attractions - local Cenotes and Maya archaeological sites. Shout out to José Margarito who really made us feel welcome.
Valladolid is a special town set in the Yucatán jungle. The town is well worth exploring, and there are spectacular Mayan ruins near by. This hotel has great potential, but the almost total lack of service made it not worth the high prices. In 3 days our room was never cleaned and we had no hot water one day. Our junior suite was supposed to have a kitchen, but it had no dishes or cooking implements. The refrigerator was locked. So, we had a microwave and a coffee maker (no coffee provided). Fortunately, there are plenty of good restaurants and cafes in Valladolid to make up for the deficits at the hotel.
We love our stay at this hotel (3 adults and 3 kids). We took two rooms and loved the experience - the surrounding, the quietness, its closeness to the town center, the pool, the restaurant, the outside terrace for breakfast. The only minus was the gap we had in one of our rooms doors, and the lack if noise insulation from the corridor. Valladolid is a great town. Small, local, alive, colorful and close to many interesting spots (Ek Balam, Chichen Itza, Cenote Hubiku) and a great way to start our trip in the peninsula.
We always stay here plenty of room for trucks, good pools, incredible staff and the restaurant is solid. Crew likes the larger Rooms for Doubles. Dept heads will like the in room desks and reliable wifi.
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72% of guests recommend this hotelTotal of 322 reviews