Suite San Sebastián
In memory of the neighborhood that from very early times settled to the southwest of Merida, a Mayan village, which at the time of settlement was named San Sebastian. Some believe that the troops of Montejo passed through when they arrived to T’HO, and that he reserved the land between the hills to their Spanish colleagues built there mansions.
The local residents of San Sebastian have a spirit of solidarity and habits almost exclusive that gave this neighborhood a different character from the others in the city. Between 1920 and 1950, when Merida was a singular “war of neighborhoods”, groups of people from San Sebastian gained a reputation as the most aggressive and always gathering to repel attacks on their domains.
The suite has:
Two double beds, 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.