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The hotel is in ancient colonial meson. Very well mantained.two swimming pool made the happiness of the children and adults. The restaurant is remarkable and tasty also if tested with Italian food request.
It’s so good to see that after many years of visiting this place (like 25) staying at this hotel, it is always surprising the effort, the standards, the quality of service they keep to this day! It’s is always a pleasure to stay here, every...More
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Response from Rodrigo E, Director General at El Meson del MarquesResponded 26 January 2018
Hotel El Mesón del Marqués thanks you so much for your detailed review and kind comments, our guests are the reason why we work so hard trying to make each experience unique. It is awesome to know we’ve been your home in Valladolid...More
We spent 2 nights at this hotel. Highly recommend it! Beautiful rooms, pool, bar and an amazing restaurant! Great for families or couples. So much to see around Valladolid. The hotel includes a full breakfast each morning, and of course you will not be disappointed...More
The front part of the hotel is of colonial days and around a beautiful courtyard the restaurant is located. We stayed there for one night and the room was clean and met all our expectations. We could park our car free of charge in a...More
We stopped at this place at the recommendation of our driver taking us to
Chicen Itza and our guide at the site. Only slightly out of our way, it was a charming place where dining in the open courtyard appeared the best seats. The food...More
I drove from Merida which is on the the other side of the Yucatán and it was a three hour drive. However, busing it from Cancun To Valladolid where the hotel is located is at least a 2 1/2 car ride and probably more by bus... More
I drove from Merida which is on the the other side of the Yucatán and it was a three hour drive. However, busing it from Cancun To Valladolid where the hotel is located is at least a 2 1/2 car ride and probably more by bus. I am not sure if there are buses or combies from Cancun to Valladolid.