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La Mision de Fray Diego
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High Point, NC
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Reviewed 15 November 2005

This hotel is a beautiful restoration resembling an old monistary. Contrary to above comments about substandard linens, they were just fine. Food was pretty good, especially breakfast in the courtyard. Staff was excellent. Great location.

  • Stayed: October 2005
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Houston, TX
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Reviewed 2 August 2005

For the amount of money you pay, this hotel is not worth it. The location is good, the building is beautiful, but it lacks the details that would make it a first class hotel. We stayed at the junior suite. The towels and linens were not only below our expectations, but the towels were old and stained and with holes and the linens were old and worn. The robes looked like they were picked up at an old hotel close-out. There was not enough water pressure in the shower. There is a jacuzzi tub, but no motor. When you come back after a hot day of walking, you will find your air conditioner was turned off in the room, and the room will be very hot. Make sure they turn the hall lights on when you return at night, otherwise you may trip on one of the steps. And, when you leave, if you need a taxi you may have to walk to the corner to find one, as we had to do. The food and service at the restaurant were also below our expectations.
We will be back to Merida, but not to Mision de Fray Diego.

  • Stayed: July 2005
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Reviewed 17 July 2005

The layout and design were beautiful, charming, old-world, enchanting. Our kids enjoyed the pool. Staff were very courteous, especially the maitre-d/waiter in the restaurant. Food was excellent and fairly priced. Location was plenty convenient to the zocolo square. For $69 a night, it's a great deal and I highly recommend it.

  • Stayed: July 2005
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Reviewed 15 January 2005

On December 11, 2004, we made a reservation for December 25, 2004, having the room held with a credit card (note there were many hotels available in Merida at the time, and unlike on the Cancun side, no advance payments are necessary). We then changed our plans, deciding not to stay in Merida. We called December 16, 2004 (we have phone records as this was on a calling card) and had the reservation canceled. They charged our credit card despite this. We have called them, but as yet do not have an answer. We are also currently working with our credit card company.

This is not a language issue as we are native Spanish and English speakers.

I have stayed in Merida in the past and found the businesses to be very professional. This is behavior is unusual and for me, all I need to know that I would never trust a business. Visit Merida, it is a great city, but stay elsewhere.

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los angeles, ca
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Reviewed 24 May 2004

we stayed at the suite and it was a very nice atmosphere. we wouldn't recommend the hotel's restaurant for food. the location is good, close to the plaza mayor. if you want to stay at a hacienda-like place, this is it. it has a pool, although we didn't use it. staff are friendly and helpful, although for that price, I would have expected fancier sheets, towels and toiletries, etc. but the building itself is very pretty -- the fountains and trees inside make you feel like you've entered an oasis as soon as you enter the premises. oh, and by all means, do NOT go to cafe la havana for any kind of food. it was the worst restaurant ever! los almendros is a tad overrated but all locals will refer you to this place for yucatean fare. casa del paseo was also overrated. enjoy!

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