Hotel El Conquistador on Avenida Paseo Montejo  Merida Yucatan Located on  enchanting Avenida Paseo Montejo in downtown Merida, a short distance from the zocolo. It is on the lovely, three-lined Avenida Paseo de Montejo in the heart of Merida within walking distance to tourist attractions and the American Counsolate.

The El Conquistador Hotel in Merida provides a great location; ideal for you to visit the archaeological sites and discover the Mayan world and culture which is nearby.
La perfecta ubicación del Hotel en la principal zona Hotelera de Mérida, le aseguran el mayor confort y servicio a para Ud. Además, los salones del hotel Conquistador, con capacidad desde 10 hasta 300 personas, garantizan el éxito de su reunión de trabajo, conferencia o evento social.

Ubicado estratégicamente sobre el señorial Paseo de Montejo, el hotel Conquistador Merida esta rodeado de museos y sitios de interés y desde aquí podrás disfrutar del hermoso Centro Histórico de la ciudad.

Hotel El Conquistador on Avenida Paseo Montejo  Merida YucatanThis five star establishment offers everything you could ask, featuring large and luxurious facilities, with spacious and well lit rooms and suites appointed with pale wooden furnishings and accented with dark red fabrics. It offers a balcony with a street view, for enjoying Paseo Montejo Boulevard's sights.

It provides a big swimming pool with great panoramic views and a bar, a restaurant which is famous in the city for a delicious breakfast and the regional specialties it serves.

Hotel El Conquistador on Avenida Paseo Montejo  Merida YucatanThere is also a cafeteria and a bar with comfortable lounge for a break with your drink.

With a total of six meeting rooms for 25 up to 250 persons, the hotel will ensure the success of your social event or business meeting. Additionally it comprises a business centre equipped with up to date facilities at your disposal.

The hotel Conquistador on-site restaurant offers a daily executive menu beginning with sopa de lima, then on to Pescado Tikin Zic, con pastel tres leches. O escoge steak main dish as you wish. Even bar b q ribs. Or lomo de porc dishes of course for your main course.
The way to a man's heart is through his stomach. The way to the traveler's heart is through the hotel Conquistador.

in the neighborhood of the Hotel El Conquistador Merida Yucatan♣ the neighborhood around the hotel buildings like the one shown to the left abound
♣ at the hotel Health & Fitness Massage
♣ Children Care
♣ Baby Sitting
♣ General info:
Restaurant, Medical Service (meaning if needed the receptionist calls a doctor), Lobby, Terrace, Pool, Bar, Lounge
Private Parking, Cafeteria, Business Centre with photocopying service, Personal Computer, Fax
♣ Rooms have air conditioning, mini bars, safes, and wireless internet.

Ya sea en plan de vacaciones, con su familia o viajes de negocios, Hotel El Conquistador le ofrece habitaciones sencillas, dobles, King Size o Suites para su confort y descanso con todos los servicios de un Hotel de 5 estrellas, como son aire Acondicionado, cajas de seguridad, TV por Cable, ServiBar,

Acceso a Internet Inalámbrico

y otras amenidades.
they say:
el hotel esta muy bien ubicado la comida es muy buena los cuartos no son la gran cosa pero si esta muy bien el bufete del dia domingo a sido uno de los mejores que he probado lo bueno de ese hotel es que de hay todo esta cerca si es recomendable



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sample restaurant costs PESOS not including tax or tips:
American breakfast $150
Buffet breakfast $170
lunch or dinner $210
YUCATECANS are proud of their culture, combining their Spanish with Mayan words to confuse you, and quick to recount the stories of resistance and revolution that set this region apart from the rest of Mexico for centuries.
Somehow, those tales seem a little distant now in Yucatán’s capital, Mérida, a languid city of pastel mansions and evening promenades.
The city, now one of the safest in Mexico, is an architectural jewel, and has one of the country’s largest historic centers outside Mexico City.
Block after block of houses dating to the mid-19th century and earlier are in the midst of a restoration boom, and the city’s cultural and restaurant scenes are flourishing. All near El Conquistador hotel.
Rates per night in PESOS plus 19% taxes lodgings (EP)
2017
Single or double room 970 pesos
Triple room 1090 pesos
up to 2 children under 12 free in room with parents



Rates per night in PESOS plus 19% taxes lodgings (EP)
2018
from December 16 2017 to December 15 2018
Single or double room 1060 pesos
Triple room 1200 pesos
up to 2 children under 12 free in room with parents

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sample restaurant costs PESOS not including tax or tips:
American breakfast $160
Buffet breakfast $190
lunch or dinner $210

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past guest from Limburg Germany says:
Wir haben auf unserer Yucatan-Rundreise eine Nacht im "El Conquistador" in Merida verbracht. Es war das schönste Hotel auf unserer Reise. Vom obersten Stockwerk, wo auch ein Open-Air-Pool ist, hat man einen schönen Blick über die Stadt. Die Zimmer sind perfekt und das Frühstücksbuffett ist großartig
now put that in your pipe and smoke it
Consider comming to the Merida Carnival:
With a long tradition, the Merida carnival takes place within a friendly environment.
Over the course of eight days, several cultural and entertainment activities take place, such as the coronation of the king and queen and the burning of the bad mood.
The latter event is held in the city’s main square; it begins by reading aloud the conviction of the bad mood, setting fire to a figure representing it, followed by a colorful fireworks display.
The festival continues with the hilarious battle of flowers (in which participants throw stink weed at each other), endless theme parades (featuring costumes, floats, bachata, and folk dances, but no break dances), and dancing to the beat of mambo, cumbia and salsa, the watusi and the twist. Those who are still eager to dance can sing along with the songs of national and international artists that perform at the palenque (arena).
The Merida carnival ends with the burial of Juan Carnaval (Carnival John), during which a will is read, and the “widows”, mourn his death. This is one of the most heavily attended ceremonies. Adios John. los mercardos:
Es un caos.
Mérida había llevado de compras, cortado las piezas con las tijeras, los metió en una piñata, y luego golpearlo con un lanzador.
Imagine un lugar tan confuso, desordenado, sin sentido, ruidoso, y absolutamente carente de orden. Ahora usted está en el mercado! Disfrutar.
Incluso llamando al lugar un mercado que está mal. Es mercados! Cuatro o cinco mercados de todo vagamente agrupadas. Tal vez había seis. ¿Quién sabe? Yo estaba bebiendo.
Es imposible decir dónde termina uno y empieza el otro, y en cualquier caso, todos están derramando en las calles. ¿Desea comprar un cordón de zapato? Allí mismo, junto a las piezas de pollo. .. Al lado de las hamacas y local de la miel
y no tan lejos del Hotel Conquistador
por este carril, se puede encontrar (en orden): yuca-candy, sastre, aguacate, señora, tienda de vudú, las tortillas. Las señales que indican la compra y venta de oro y plata (oro y plata). ¿Por cuánto tiempo ha de tener en, antes de que pueda dar sentido a esta locura?
Fantastico.
Ver que se hacen las tortillas. Una mujer durmiendo detrás del mostrador donde se venden las piezas de pollo.
Todo cerca de su alojamiento en Mérida.
Y hay Pancho el hombre de reparación de calzado.