Hotel Hacienda Sanchez

Address: Avenida Zaci-hual , Valladolid, Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Avenida Zaci-hual , Valladolid.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Hacienda Sanchez Valladolid

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Travel Blogs from Valladolid

Valladolid - A beautiful colonial city

A travel blog entry by brodieandalana on Mar 04, 2015

36 photos

... were being damaged.

In terms of magnitude it was definitely on a bigger scale than the ruins in Tulum and was worth the effort. We were advised by many guide books to go early to avoid the tour buses from Cancun and Playa, so that we did. After some alarm issues and then a time difference confusion we made it there at 8am on the dot to get a ticket at opening, luckily. By the time we exited at around 10am the place was filling ...

Piste Perfect

A travel blog entry by kevandjen on Feb 11, 2015

7 comments, 28 photos

... clear cenote. Piste is small as is the town if Yodzonot, so we decided the best idea would be to catch a return taxi to the cenote. We didn't feel like being stranded and not having a chance to get back to Piste even though they told us buses run every hour. The cenote was unbelievable. I was amazed at such natural beauty. Kev had done the research I went along for the experience. What Kev didn't tell me was the cenote was 45m deep and that once you ...

Our first Mayan ruin

A travel blog entry by mcklawrence on Jan 24, 2015

6 comments, 18 photos

... the Mayan calendar (the four stairways have 91 steps each and then add the top platform and you have 365). We felt very lucky to have visited something so special and not something we'll forget in a hurry. We returned to Valladolid and decided to hit a tequila distillery to see how it was produced and do some tasting (on an empty stomach). I don't even like tequila, although the really expensive one was alright which ...

Getting to Know One of the New Seven Wonders

A travel blog entry by phil_in_nz on Dec 23, 2014

30 photos

... of the way, I quickly changed into clothing suitable for a bus ride, and we continued on to a little village with a lot of Mayan heritage called Valladolid. We arrived an hour later at the main plaza in front of a big church and were told that we had 40 minutes to explore. Well, that’s not a lot of time. Just about sufficient to go visit the church, which did not impress me, and but some snacks on the plaza. I tried some crepes style Yucatan there for the first time. It’s ...

Itchy Chicken

A travel blog entry by jacandpito on Dec 17, 2014

26 photos

Suppose it can't all be about long lazy days on the Caribbean so we headed inland to check out the sultry colonial town of Valladolid and the Mayan culture mecca, Chichen Itza. It would be 36 hours spent away from the turquoise sea of the Carribean- hopefully we would survive that long without a cocktail and be able to re-engage our cultural brain cells. Valladolid is very much a traditional Yucatan city filled with pastel coloured walls, food ...