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This is well worth a meal going to or from Uxmal. Good restaurant that opens at noon. Excellent and kindly service. The walk around the old sisal facilities was absorbing but you are pretty much on your own to figure out how fibers were harvested...More
Not understanding the bad reviews...I don't know what restaurants are like where everyone lives but they sure aren't like this where I live. We stopped here for lunch on a whim on the way back from Uxmal and were pleasantly surprised. The grounds are lush...More
Recommended to us by the hotel owner who has lived in Merida for 20 years - was delicious for lunch and slotted in well with visiting cenotes and Uxmal... the cenote on site isn’t much to see but the lunch is great - caballeros pobres...More
Sometimes you come across a place that completely takes you by surprise and Hacienda Orchil did just that. The journey to the restaurant was in itself an experience walking along palm lined paths with a few small places to stop and look at wares -...More
This hacienda is a beautiful place to go to. It has a beautiful amphitheater and a swimming pool to relax and refresh, before eating at the restaurant. It is a little scape from the ordinary. It has a cenote inside and a Mexican handcraft museum....More
Drove after being told they had a nice lunch there. Got there during lunch but were told that the lunch area was closed due to a private event. If we wanted to tour it would be 40 pesos per person. Staff was rude, not helpful...More
We just stopped to see what was happening and found a really pretty place. It is actually historical and has lots of old buildings that have been or are being restored to their former glory. We had wine and beer in the restaurant. Grounds are...More
Went as part of a full day tour of some cenotes. It was our lunch stop. The lunch was fine but overpriced.
As for the hacienda there was no tour, no looking at rooms, decor etc. There was a cenote there but had a giant...More
There's so much I could say and write about Hacienda Ochil. We toured the property while we were in the area, had a bite to eat at the cafe and took so many pictures while I was there. We learned so much about the history...More