Suite Santa Isabel
Remember the course to the Ermita of Sta. Isabel, named in tribute to the mother os San John the Baptist. Formerly known as the Chapel of our Lady of Good travel, possibly because being on the way to Campeche, errands stopped briefly on her to pray to the Virgen to provide them a good end to the long journey.
Popular tradition tells us that in this area lived a man known as “Don Hucho” wich had a food stand for travelers going to or coming from Campeche, in the mid nineteenth century. One day, the arrival of some distinguished guests and Don Hucho without anything to offer them to eat, began preparing a snack consisting of tortilla with beans, bolied eggs and onions that was all that was left. The interns were happy and called it “El pan de Don Hucho” . “ Over time, this dish became popular to be called “Panucho” and its one of our most famous snacks.
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.