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Casa Lecanda’s magnificent story harkens back to the 19th century when the building was originally constructed as an authentic Colonial-style residence. Yet the structure began the process of converting into a luxurious boutique hotel in 2009. A talented team of architects plotted out the hotel’s careful restoration, which focused on protecting its authentic structural heritage. Preserving its classic architecture and delicate clay floors, Casa Lecanda soon began to emphasize the distinct aesthetics of the Yucatán region. Today, the original house constitutes the heart of the hotel, and contains a series of light colors that radiate a soothing ambiance.   Casa Lecanda is a secluded oasis set in the charming city of Mérida. Located within the thriving Yucatán region, Mérida is a bountiful respite from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. It features an array of historic and cultural attractions for its visitors to enjoy. Located among the city’s winding streets, the hotel is just steps away from exciting ways to spend the day. When guests are looking to explore, travelers can delight in the awe-inspiring sites of Chichén Itzá and Uxmal, swim through cavernous cenotes, or tour the countryside with ease.
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Location Map

Visit the City of Mérida Noche Mexicana mere steps from the hotel.

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Discover

Discover the Spanish Colonial-style architecture of this terrific historic hotel.

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Explore

Explore the Catedral de San Ildefonso (Cathedral of Mérida).

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Experience

Experience the Palacio Cantón.

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Taste

Taste a salbute or panucho when out exploring Mérida.

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