|Minimum Stay||7 nights|
Maya House is in the Santiago area of Merida centro. This cosy, rustic house has all the amenities: dipping pool, 2 terraces plus patio, WI-FI, air-con upstairs and down; mosquito netting on all doors and windows, cable TV, fans in all rooms, nice bathroom downstairs and additional toilet /washbasin upstairs, all new kitchen; separate dining room; sun patio with dipping pool and sun chairs (please note the dipping pool itself is not fenced and so the patio is not suitable for unsupervised young children. The door to the patio can, however, be locked.)
Beds: Main bedroom: two single beds. Second bedroom: double bed. Downstairs: double sofa bed
Maya house has been fully redecorated for the 2014 / 2015 season.
Living room; TV room, ceiling fans, kitchen; dining room; bathroom, sun patio; dipping pool.
Front living room has multiple chairs and tables.
TV room has a very comfortable suite: three seat sofa, a two seat sofa and single armchair. There is a 32 inch flat screen TV and DVD player.
There is a double sofa bed for visitors in the dining room.
!. Double bedroom with two single beds together, ensuite toilet and washbasin, air conditioning, fan and sun terrace with sun chairs and tables
2. Bedroom with double bed, sun terrace, sun chairs and table
Please note that in common with most homes in the Yucatan, inside rooms are open plan, without doors. This is to allow cool air to circulate.
Maya House is situated on Calle 49, between Calle 72 and 74 in Merida Centro, just three blocks from Merida’s English Library on Calle 53 in the Santiago area.
Maya house is just four blocks from the ever popular Santiago Park and its wonderful cafes, six blocks from Santa Ana and Paseo de Montejo. It is a short stroll to Wal-Mart at the top of Paseo de Montejo.
Rent per month: USD $500 to USD $950; Rent per week: USD $170 to USD $400 depending on season and length of stay.
We are British, and live in Folkestone England when we are not in Merida. Merida is our second home and we live there for five months each year. Like many others, we fell in love with Merida because of the people and amenities. It is a very peaceful town, with a lot to do!
Peter Hobday purchased this house in 2012
Maya House is in the perfect spot for a quiet life, but within a short walking distance to the hub of Merida - Santiago Square - the place where many want to live! We were very lucky to find Maya House, as it has two big terraces outside each bedroom, and a patio downstairs with a very nice dipping pool. Maya house is cosy, but has all the amenities! The famous 49 bus runs close by, to the Plaza Las Americas where you will find Walmart and many other big stores -- and it costs just 7 pesos for any journey (that's 12 US cents).
Without doubt, it is the two terraces and downstairs patio with pool that made us fall in love with the house -- together with its location close to the centre of Merida. The house is perfectly laid out, with a nice kitchen and open plan dining room all configured for easy access and cooking.
My family and I stayed at this property and it was a very pleasant experience, lots of room in every room to make yourself comfortable. The Jacuzzi/pool is life saver specially in a tropical weather. You can not ask for a better location, you can walk downtown in about 10 minutes and public transportation passes right on the front door to go to Walmart for groceries. Very easy to move around. Merida is a very unique city in Mexico, it very safe and vibrant. We enjoyed our stay very much and recommend Casa Maya to anyone staying in Merida.
To stay here was a very nice experience. The house is near the center of the city in a very quiet neighbour.
My husband and I spent two weeks at Casa Maya in July 2016. Having stayed in Merida a few times before, we can say that this accommodation is an excellent value for the price.
While not luxurious, the house is spacious and comfortable. It includes everything you need (bedding, kitchen equipment, small pool, great wifi, television, washing machine, mood lighting and reading lamps, etc.). The house was very clean on arrival and we were warmly welcomed by Carlos, the manager, who was very helpful whenever we called him.
As everywhere in the Centro, the place is obviously a bit noisy when traffic resumes in the morning, but this is largely compensated by the ideal location of the house that allows to easily walk everywhere. A little away from the bustle (15 minutes from the Plaza Grande), the house is conveniently located 5 minutes from Santiago market and a grocery store where you can find everything you need. We rented a car for a few days to get out of town and we had no trouble parking in front of the house.
In July, the temperature is obviously very hot in Merida but the air conditioning, which we used only at night, when allowed us good nights sleep. During the day, fans have been enough for us.
Communications with the owner have always been easy, caregivers and cordial, from the first contacts to the refund of the security deposit. Similarly, every encounter with Carlos, who takes care of the property in the absence of the owner, were most enjoyable. In short, we recommend this accommodation and we will not hesitate to return on a future trip to Merida.
Mon conjoint et moi avons passé deux semaines à la Casa Maya en juillet 2016. Ayant déjà séjourné à Mérida à quelques reprises, nous pouvons affirmer que cet hébergement constitue une excellente valeur pour le prix.
Sans être luxueuse, la maison est spacieuse et très confortable. Elle comporte tout ce dont on a besoin (literie, équipement de cuisine, petite piscine, wifi excellent, télévision, lave-linge, éclairage d'ambiance et de lecture, etc.). La maison était très propre à notre arrivée et nous y avons été accueillis chaleureusement par Carlos, le manager, qui s'est montré très disponible à chaque fois que nous avons fait appel à lui.
Comme partout dans le Centro, l'endroit est évidemment un peu bruyant lorsque le trafic reprend le matin, mais c'est largement compensé par l'emplacement idéal de la maison qui permet de se rendre partout à pied facilement. Un peu à l'écart de l'agitation (à 15 minutes de la Plaza Grande), la maison est avantageusement située à 5 minutes du marché de Santiago et d'une épicerie où on peut trouver tout ce dont on a besoin. Nous avons loué une voiture quelques jours pour sortir de la ville et nous n'avons eu aucune difficulté à nous stationner en face de la maison.
En juillet, la température est évidemment très chaude à Mérida mais la climatisation, que nous n'avons utilisé que la nuit, nous a quand même permis de bonnes nuits de sommeil. Durant la journée, les ventilateurs nous ont suffi.
Les communications avec le propriétaire ont toujours été faciles, aidantes et cordiales, des premiers contacts au remboursement du dépôt de sécurité. De même, chaque rencontre avec Carlos, qui s'occupe de la propriété en l'absence du propriétaire, ont été des plus agréables. Bref, nous recommandons cet hébergement et nous n'hésiterons pas à y retourner lors d'un prochain séjour à Mérida.
We enjoyed a wonderful month in Merida at Casa Maya. The house is most comfortable and the plunge pool is an absolute necessity in Merida's heat. The house is located in Santiago neighbourhood, a few minute's walk to the church and square. The church dates from the 1500s and remains in regular use. The square has a daily market - lots of fruit, veg and poultry/meats and a number of open air food kiosks. Try the panucheka at the Panucheka Yucateca - a great Yucatecan meal. There is also a small supermarket on the square, where you can get everything else you need. Tuesday night is big band dance night on the square - not to be missed. Go another few blocks and you are at Plaza Grande and in the heart of the restaurant/cultural district where there are often live performances of traditional dance and pelota (traditional ball game) on the street. A couple of blocks further and you are in the municipal markets which go on for blocks. All this and a great house with most attentive hosts and manager - we highly recommend taking the opportunity to stay in Casa Maya when you are in Merida.
I had a great stay at this beautiful and comfortable home in Merida. This was my first trip to Mexico so I wasn't sure what to expect, but the home and city were wonderful. We may have gotten a bit lucky with the weather (it wasn't too hot) but it stayed nice and cool inside with just the fans on - and that was upstairs. There is an ac if you need it, however. We woke up feeling quite rested, and determined this was due to the humidity being just right, combined with the breeze, sun, and birds - all made for a gentle wake up. (Yes, that sounds a bit cliche, but it's true!) The dipping pool was great to cool off in on those couple of days it was hotter.
While there were plenty of bus stops and taxis, we chose to walk nearly everywhere, so bring comfortable shoes and watch for uneven pavement! Since this is not in a touristy neighborhood, along the way you see people just going about their daily lives - working, eating, playing. We always felt safe, though some of the locals seemed surprised to see us. We were a 10-minute walk to Santiago Square, and fewer than 10 blocks from Paseo de Montejo. The only place we couldn't walk to was Progreso beach, and for that we just caught a bus a couple of blocks away.
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Nov 1 2017 - Mar 31 2018
7 night minimum stay
My Standard Rate
7 night minimum stay
Please note an electricity deposit of USD $50 each week for weekly guests, or USD $150 each month for monthly guests is required on arrival. The balance is refunded on departure, with metered electricity consumption deducted. This is usual practice in Merida because electricity usage depends on air conditioning use. As a general guide, without air conditioning, electricity cost is around USD $50 a month.