Stayed at the hyatt regency merida on my first trip to merida. i had come for a long weekend (president's day) from miami. the 1 hour 40 minute flight ...
Stayed at the Hyatt Regency Merida on my first trip to Merida. I had come for a long weekend (President's Day) from Miami. The 1 hour 40 minute flight frim Miami was a breeze--as was the taxi ride to the hotel.
The hotel was perfectly fine. The staff was very welcoming. We stayed on one of the club floors and found it very easy to connect to the internet w/a laptop, iPad and iPhone. The morning breakfast/evening cocktails were also pleasant.
The room was comfortable, and service was satisfactory. Tipped the maid ** pesos a day.
When we left on Monday morning....one of the bellman took our luggage (small amount), while I settled up some minor charges at the front desk. As the bellman went to hail a taxi, the other 3-4 bellman waiting thanked us for our visit, asked us when we would come again and wished us a safe journey...all in English. This was amazing. These were 3-4 guys who just missed out on a tip (* pesos or so, not a lot)---but instead of being disinterested or bitter even---they thanked us for our visit and asked us to return. This left a nice impression on me.
Superb hotel, excellent service, a welcome oasis in bustling city.
Hyatt regency, best hotel in merida, was over the top in all but location. beautiful, large pool, spacious rooms and lobby made this a reassuring luxurious place. service was superb ...
Hyatt Regency, best hotel in Merida, was over the top in all but location. Beautiful, large pool, spacious rooms and lobby made this a reassuring luxurious place. Service was superb and friendly (I felt waiters would practically lift my fork for me)! Only drawbacks were about two miles from city center, but cabs of 3 or 4 dollars got you there. And no coffee shop for casual snack. But these were small issues. Merida has nightly band with dancing, singers, and even a local poet declaiming in different park each night. Sunday night a 2 mirimba band played and everybody danced in blocked off street. Close to Mayan ruins, a must see. Lots of crafts too. A thoroughly enjoyable vacation!
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