B&B Casa Esperanza Inn
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... and are excited to have booked us as a regular gig. I was exstatic to see my host brother (Gonzalo) and sister (Nenuca) there with their friends, drinking and laughing and having a good time...periodically taking pictures of me and smiling. Afterwards, they went out to party until around 5 AM like a normal Mexican in Merida does on the weekend. Our curfew is 2 am...
We played for about 1.5 hours, 2 sets. None of us (except Cassie and I) had played ...
... however because I know that once you're in a cave, sometimes it gets a little cooler so I didn't want to get cold. Since I didn't know how to swim, I went with the lady and her baby and walked down into the basin while others rappelled down. It was really cool to watch them rappel down and once we hit the water, it was pretty cool. The water temperature was definitely cooler than what we were expecting and some of the guys that hit the ...
... His wife had the kitchen all set up for us. She showed us how to cook the bananna leaves which lined the pressure cooker. We mixed the spices, cut the vegetables and even made a spiced tea. Chatting around the big table we were told stories about cooking and the Mayan way of life. It was a great deal of fun.
I would highly recomend this tour to anyone moving to the area. After this tour I no longer feel like a tourist in the market and I am comfortable identifying ...
... throughout, slowly migrating to the louder speaker.
Most getting involved were of an elder generation, yet had no issue with the hip gyrations required. Not sure if this is hereditary, or something the NHS should look to promote...
Music under the central flagpole
Walking back one evening, there were a bunch of guys who set up some instruments and conducted a sort of ad hoc open-mic performance. A number of people hopped up ...
... our guide, Dan brought along his friend Manuel an elderly Mayan gentleman who was going to take us to some sites that were deep in the jungle. They gave us our machetes and off we went through the jungle following Manuel.
Los Pitch was our first stop a tough site to get to, walking uphill, making our way through the thick of the jungle. A small ruin very remote compared to the others we saw, but definitely worth ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews B&B Casa Esperanza Inn Merida
Merida highlight !
Finally, we found a dream B&B! It has everything you could possibly wish for - wonderful hosts, fabulous food, comfortable beds. We can't say enough good things about this beautifully decorated place in the centre of Merida.
Relaxing and Comfortable
We stayed at several places during our 3 week vacation in Yucatan. We loved Casa Esperanza the best. We were here for 5 nights.
It was comfortable, had a great mattress & lots of pillows, it was nice and quiet, very close to everything downtown, the food was delicious, it was clean, the home and gardens are gorgeous.
The owners, Claudette and Sergio were really nice people, very friendly and helpful.
We would highly recommend this B&B to any traveler. It was a great experience.
Christine and Jake Lehman, Toronto ONT.
Gracious hosts for my birthday celebration!
We, my wife and I, spent six very enjoyable nights with Claudette and Sergio and their lovely home in Merida. We have been to the Yucatan and Merida before, but enjoyed the location of Casa Esperanza with it's proximity to center of the city and all the activities it provides.
Sergio was kind enough to show us some of his very fine resoration work on several homes, and we all went out for a special birthday dinner celebration.
The breakfasts were superb, and their attention to detail is outstanding.
We are looking forward to many more return visits to Merida, and will certainly try to stay with Claudette and Sergio.
Dave and Marilynn Tooley
Lone Tree, Colorado
We were lucky enough to stay at Casa Esperanza Feb. 5-6, 2005. It was Carnival in Merida, and the location was wonderful We were able to walk to everything we wanted to see. The parade passed by just a couple of blocks away.
An exceptional B&B
Casa Esperanza is an exceptional Bed & Breakfast. While touring the Yucatan on our honeymoon, we decided to extend our stay in Merida mostly because of the fabulous accomodations. Our room was very comfortable and quite private. The breakfasts each morning - different dishes every day - were really delicious. Our hosts Claudette & Sergio were very welcoming and made us feel more like friends that clients. They have restored the buildings and grounds themselves and done a wonderful job. Hope the attached pictures are clear. On top of all this, the house is located close to just about everything we wanted to see. A short walk to the central square, or up to the museum. We highly recommend Casa Esperanza.
Ken & Martine
Vancouver, BC, Canada
Pure Luxury 1st Class B&B
What an excellent B&B, the staff, the room (Deluxe), the pool, the music, the FOOD!!! Wish we could haved stayed forever.
My husband and I celebrated our honeymoon in first class luxury. This B&B is the best kept secret in Yucatan. Everything was perfect.
Very Nice Place to Stay Downtown Merida
The rooms are very nice with great bathrooms. The breakfasts were not short of excellent... with fresh flowers, fruit, cereals, juices, milk, breads, and prepared dishes with eggs, crapes, nuts!! The owners were very helpful during our stay also.
When my fiancée and I walked into Casa Esperanza we couldn't stop smiling. All we really wanted was a pool and air conditioning. We never expected to find the best place we have ever stayed in Mexico.
My wife and I used the internet to find Casa Esperanza in Merida, Mexico. We were first impressed with the colorful website and how through it was giving ALL the possible information we could want in helping us choose a B&B, including some "very true to the actual" photographs of the property.