La Mision de Fray Diego

Address: Calle 61 No 524 entre 64 y 66, Merida, Yucatan Peninsula, 97300, Mexico | 2 star hotel
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This 2 star hotel, located on Calle 61 No 524 entre 64 y 66, Merida, is near Chichen Itza Ruins, Plaza Grande, Hacienda Sotuta de Peon, and Casa de Montejo.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Mision de Fray Diego Merida

    Reviewed by jmwebbrn

    Best Kept Secret in Merida

    Reviewed Dec 19, 2010
    by (3 reviews) Carmel , United States Flag of United States

    Loved, loved the Mision de Fray Diego. It's located about 1 1/2 blocks from the main square in Merida. Our room was incredible, we were in one of the "special" rooms. It really is as pretty as all the pictures. Once you get into the courtyard you would never know you are in the heart of a bustling city. The food in the restaurant was very good. We wound up eating breakfast & dinner there everyday since it was good, quiet, not too expensive, and so beautiful. The staff was helpful. The only reason I am not giving this hotel 5 stars is that our bedspread was a bit tattered. It didn't bother me, but it's an easy fix, so it should be fixed.

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    TripAdvisor Reviews La Mision de Fray Diego Merida

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

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