Hotel El Conquistador

Address: Paseo De Montejo Ave #458, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97127, Mexico | 5 star hotel
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This 5 star hotel, located on Paseo De Montejo Ave #458, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Uxmal, Spanish School ECORA, and The Spa at Hacienda Xcanatún.
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      TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel El Conquistador Merida

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good

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      Bus Day

      A travel blog entry by segacs on Dec 30, 2014

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      ... portable. The best taquerias are those with long lineups, which means high turnover so the meat won't have been sitting out in the sun all day. Definitely avoid those by the Oaxaca bus station. (See Friday's entry for why.)

      Speed Bumps

      Mexicans sure love their speed bumps. They lay down thousands of them, on side ...

      I am finally here

      A travel blog entry by kaneryan on Aug 30, 2014

      ... from food to small wooden sculptures.

      We arrived at the Casa Azul Hotel Munumento Historico and went straight to bed. As soon as i woke up the next morning and looked outside this was the view from just outside my door. The hotel is a lovely little place were everyone seems very friendly and kind. If all the rooms were booked up by the a school group this hotel would work well because then ...


      A travel blog entry by breadstickstu on Feb 06, 2014

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      ... I've jumped off a cave ledge into fresh water in a pitch dark cenote in Mexico. "Good....yes definitely had that on my bucket list...haha not!!" We climbed back into our horse and carriage and it wasn't long until we arrived at the second cenote. Again we entered the underground cave through a one person wide hole. Climbing down the steep ladder into this cenote could only be described as life changingly magical. It literally took my breath away. Giant bunches of thick tree ...


      A travel blog entry by jeri.katherine on Nov 10, 2013

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      ... an Avatar, dreaming that I was rushing through these heavily-rooted and giant tree-like plants. Mangroves actually filter salty water and release fresh water, helping maintain the ecosystem. Also, their presence increases the overall health and biodiversity of the water system. (I could talk all day about mangrove ecosystem services, but I'll spare you, readers.) Spotted among the branches were large, black nests, which our boat driver explained were termite ...

      Campeche, Uxmal and on to Merida

      A travel blog entry by jamesanddebra on Sep 18, 2013

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      We left town via the blue marker, marking the spot where the first mass in the America's was given by the Franciscans. A light drizzle so we took note through the window. On the road to Uxmal (ooshmal). This is in the Yucatan Province and we are getting close to Cancun and Cuba. The roads here are varied in quality and there are an amazing number of toll roads. Lots of construction and repair going on too. Sometimes it is a very bumpy ride. Uxmal is another great Mayan ruin. A ...