Casa Hamaca B&B was as pleasant a surprise as the city of Valladolid was. Our initial reasoning for staying in Valladolid was to be near enough to Chichen-Itza to be able to get there when it opened (to avoid the heat and the tourists), while not breaking the bank. What we got was a lot more. Casa Hamaca was this little garden oasis in the middle of a clean, friendly, interesting colonial city. The host and owner, Denis, is friendly and welcoming without being intrusive. We rocked up after a long hot drive from Cancun, and before he got our bags or checked us in... he offered us a cold beer... who can beat that! The actual B&B is as nice as the owner. It is peaceful, surrounded by gardens, and well decorated with local Mayan art and motifs.
Unfortunately, we had only planned on staying one night. I would have enjoyed staying at Casa Hamaca longer and really exploring the city and the many cenotes in the surrounding area. Valladolid is a very managable, walkable city. Casa Hamaca is an easy walk to Valladolid's main square and church, and tons of real Mexican/ Yucatan restaurants.
Directions: At the corner of Parque San Juan
Calle 39 no. 203, Valladolid, Valladolid
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Address: Calle 49 # 202 - A x 40, Valladolid, Yucatan Peninsula, 97780, Mexico