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Mision Merida Panamericana
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All reviewsgreat hotelpros and consfront desk managerhuge roommexican charmpool area isbeautiful lobbyold mansionthree nightswelcome drinkmexico cityhotel is centrally locatedrooms are cleancolonial stylevisiting meridacentre of townshort walk
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Reviewed 19 August 2005

Definitely not your gorgeous 5 star hotel, for that matter not even your typical 2 star hotel. Runned down and caters to local tourists but the bell hops were always extremely helpful and friendly. The front desk staff are a bit snooty but helpful enough. Merida is hot and humid and be ready to walk into crowds of people. They are all relatively friendly unlike Mexico city which is filled with mostly greedy locals. Merida, Mexico is a poor man's version of Merida, Spain.

If you're a bit unhealthy and not used to humid jungle heat then stay away but if you have to see Merida then stay at the hyatt and the bigger hotels. They are much more tourist friendly.

This hotel's food is okay and the drinks are watered down. The hotel rents out their meeting rooms to religious types on sundays and most of their little curio shops are empty and was once probably cool in it's heyday.

Pool is good and clean and you will definitely get what you pay for. We were happy about it since we came to Merida for a wedding and to shop so we didn't want to spend money on the hotel. The beds are rock hard and AC very noisy.

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Reviewed 2 August 2005

Stayed here with my family for 2 nights in July, 2005. We only paid about $50 usd per night for each room, so I could overlook a lot. Pros: close to downtown, fairly nice pool area, hotel personnel were nice and helpful, newly renovated large bathrooms. No other Americans seen at hotel, it appears to cater to a Mexican tour clientele. Cons: No a/c in common areas, a/c in rooms old and noisy, tv didn't work in one room, old decor and worn bedspreads. The hotel was only 4 blocks from main square, but Merida is incredibly hot and walking difficult. Not many restaurants within 2 blocks of hotel, and hotel food and restaurant service mediocre. Was probably lovely in the 1940's, but mostly tired now.

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Reviewed 30 September 2004

I went to mexico with my school in feb. and we stopped in the merida mission. It was great, the food (especailly the bread rolls) and its so close to the shopping :) Exellent service, and just a very nice atmosphere. I LOVED this hotel, and I hope you do too.

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Reviewed 11 February 2004

I just returned from my stay in Merida, at the Mision. I thought it was a very nice hotel.The room was spacious, well decorated, spotlessly clean, and very well air conditioned.The staff was incredible. One particular bell-person (Mario, I believe) was unusually helpful and acted as a concierge and friend as well, recommending day trips, restaurants, and other attractions. When I asked where the local travel agent was (I wanted more info than the hotel had), he walked me the 4 blocks to the office. Another day, it rained and I asked at the front desk where I could buy an umbrella. Another staff member offered to go and buy me one (I refused...).Not a particularly fancy hotel -- but certainly above average for Merida, and a really friendly nice place. I would definitely recommend it and would stay again during my next visit.

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  • Stayed: April 2018, travelled on business
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