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The Lodge at Chichen-Itza
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- Guests of the Mayaland can take a horseback tour to the ruins of Old Chichen, just a short ride through the jungle from the main Chichén Itzá site. Tours depart each day from the back of the hotel.
What to Expect:
- The Hotel Mayaland makes staying by the ruins an experience unto itself. Popular with vacationers, the Mayaland can go from calm to bustling in a matter of minutes. The main building has 35 rooms, and the rest are scattered around the property in two- and three-unit bungalows. A series of ancient Mayan paths, known as sac-be, cross the property, leading from the Chichén Itzá ruins to other nearby sites.
- Originally built in 1923, the Hotel Mayaland has three pools and is surrounded by of gardens and trees. The hotel has its own entrance to Chichén Itzá and the observatory—one of the major structures of the site—can be seen from the hotel lobby. During the day, guests tour the ruins, explore the vast hotel grounds, or lounge by the pools. There is a billiards table, souvenir shop, and three restaurants. Each day and evening, local dancers and musicians entertain guests in the restaurants and lobby bar.
Carretera Merida-Puerto Juarez Km.120
Chichen Itza, 97751
Airport:Manuel Rejon International Airport MID
This hotel has 90 guestrooms, all of which include air conditioning, handcrafted furniture, stained glass, minibars, and shaded terraces.
- Royal Bungalow with Jaccuzi -
Our beautiful Royal Mayan Bungalows with Jacuzzi have been built and designed with materials native to the Yucatan Peninsula, most especially the handsome carved hardwoods by Mayan artisans and for which this part of the world is known. All accommodations are located in a private and exclusive area known as The Lodge they are overlooking the sparkling swimming pools and beautiful landscaped gardens, their verandah also offers our distinctive guests exceptional viewing in a tropical atmosphere where rocking chair and hammocks await your pleasure to enjoy this beautiful environment and picturesque scenery. These Bungalows are considered as the private collection of the Mayaland family At this selected area, you can encounter hundreds of species of wetland migratory and native birds known to the immediate area. Influenced by native architecture, these Bungalows were designed in perfect harmony with its environment. Interiors are inspired by distinctive Mayan design. Each Bungalow is individually appointed with authentic Mayan motifs; stained glass windows set the rooms aglow with understated colors. There is an attached bath and shower to each Bungalow that includes by signature amenities such as Bath robes, personal sandals and hair dryers making to make your stay a very pleasant one. Our Royal Mayan Bungalow section has a Private concierge service and high standards of quality available at your service. All of these beautiful Bungalows have air-conditioning, ceiling fans, Mini-bars and satellite color TV. They have a private concierge service and features high standards of quality in its signature amenities.
- Pavarotti Suite -
Clustered around secluded swimming pools, deluxe suites built with materials native to the region - most especially the handsome hardwoods for which this part of the world is known. The rooms are individual masterpieces whose appointments are handpicked from the work of local artisans. The generous use of rich, aged mahogany is enhanced by the addition of ethnic ceramics, textiles, and artwork. Doors are intricately carved with Mayan motifs; stained glass windows set the suites aglow with understated colors. All accommodations have air-conditioning, ceiling fans, servibars and satellite color TV. Include private Jacuzzis.
- Royal Mayan Bungalow Lodge -
Our deluxe Royal Mayan Bungalows have been built with materials native to the region, most especially the handsome hardwoods for which this Yucatan peninsula is known and handcrafted by Mayan artisans. Doors are intricately carved with Mayan motifs; stained glass windows set the rooms aglow with understated colors. All accommodations are located in a private and exclusive area known as The Lodge they are overlooking the sparkling swimming pools and beautiful landscaped gardens, their verandah also offers guests exceptional viewing in a tropical atmosphere. These Bungalows are considered as the private collection of the Mayaland family All of them have air-conditioning, ceiling fans, Mini-bars, in-room coffee makers and satellite color TV. They have a beautiful attached bath and shower to each Bungalow that includes by signature amenities such as Bath robes, personal sandals and hair dryers making your stay a very pleasant one. Our Royal Mayan Bungalow section has a Private concierge service and high standards of quality available at your service. Keeping with the customs of the region, rocking chairs and hammocks await your pleasure on the terrace where the scenery is picturesque. Enjoy it with a tasty cup of grown Mexican coffee and your favorite book, or simply relax in paradise.
- Air conditioning
- Cable/satellite TV
- Climate control
- Coffee/tea maker
- Cribs (infant beds) available
- Extra towels, linens, bedding
- Hair dryer
- Iron/ironing board (on request)
- Non-smoking rooms
- Smoking rooms
- Window opens
Babysitting/Child Services; Bar/Lounge; Coffee/Tea Maker in Room; Concierge; 24 Hour Front Desk; Free Parking; Hairdryers Available; Mini Bar; Meeting/Banquet Facilities; No Smoking Rooms/Facilities; Pool; Bus/RV Parking; Restaurant; Room Service; Safe Deposit Box; Shops/Commercial Services; Television with Cable; Laundry/Valet Services; Available Meal Plans; Food/Beverage Discounts; Car Rental Desk; Currency Exchgange; Multilingual Staff; Doctor on Call; Bellman; Late Check Out; Luggage Storage; Maid Service; Room Upgrades (based on availability); Shoe Shine Service; Tour Desk; Wake Up Services; Audio/Video Equipment Rentals; Fax/Copy Services; PC/Printer Rentals; Adjoining Rooms; Heat/Air; Iron/Board; Phone; International Direct Dial; Ceiling Fan; Multiple Closets; Separate Living/Sitting Area; Full Bathroom; 120AC Electrical.
- 24-hour front desk
- Air-conditioned public areas
- Audio-visual equipment
- Concierge services
- Currency exchange
- Domestic help available
- Fax machine
- Gift shop or newsstand
- Internet access in public areas - high speed
- Laundry facilities
- Medical assistance available
- Multilingual staff
- Parking (free)
- Picnic area
- Pool table
- Restaurant(s) in hotel
- Room service (limited hours)
- Safe-deposit box - front desk
- Security guard
- Self Parking
- Shopping on site
- Swimming pool
- Swimming pool - outdoor
- Tour assistance
Extra person charges may apply and vary depending on hotel policy.
There are no room charges for children 12 and younger occupying the same room as their parents.
Rollaways and cribs may be available and should be requested at the time of booking; fees may apply.
Photo identification and credit card or cash deposit are required upon check-in for incidental charges.
All special requests are subject to availability upon check-in.
- American Express
- 3 PM
- 12 PM
The BuffetServing buffet lunches daily, this restaurant is popular with guests and visiting tour groups alike. It features a palapa-covered main dining room, cooled by ceiling fans, and an open-air terrace, where guests dine in the shade of large sun umbrellas. The food ranges from local Mayan dishes to traditional Mexican cuisine to international standards. The décor features handpainted artwork and tropical plants.
SpecialtiesOpen for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, this restaurant has tables in the air-conditioned dining room or outdoors, in a shaded courtyard. The wooden tables have white linen tablecloths and glowing candles in the evenings. In addition to Mexican and international dishes, the cuisine is primarily Mayan.
The Lobby BarThe Lobby Bar is a popular meeting spot in the evenings and is the first sign of modern civilization when guests return from a tour of the ruins. With a view of the ancient observatory, the Lobby Bar has high leather chairs ringing the bar and features various types of tropical drinks and tequilas.
The Hotel Mayaland has three pools and several hiking and walking trails. Guests can take a guided tour of the Chichén Itzá ruins or can explore area caves and lagoons.
The recreational activities listed below are available either on-site or near the hotel; fees may apply
- Hiking/biking trails
- Horse riding/rental
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