Dedicated to the famous quarter of Itzimna. Where once stood the shrine of the Mayan God Itzam-na, the conquerors erected in 1572, a small chapel which still retains the bautismal pil, and later built the temple where they worshiped for years the Christ of Esquipulas and dedicated to Arcangel St. Michel until 1944. It is an exponent of the XVI century Franciscan architecture.
Subsequently, with the arrival of the railroad it became a place for vacations for the bourgeoisie of the capital of Yucatan, which is why there are beautiful homes that you can still enjoy, some of them have been converted into offices, restaurants or shops, though some still being houses.
The suite has:
King size bed, plasma TV, telephone, wireless internet, alarm clock with iPod dock, minibar, safe deposit box, air conditioning, bath robe, slippers, exclusive bath amenities, hair dryer and umbrella.