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Discover Hacienda Uxmal Plantation & Museum, which was once a hostel for travelers adventuring through the Yucatán during the 17th century.

Hacienda Uxmal Plantation & Museum was constructed during an era marked by global exploration that defined much of the 15th through the 17th centuries.

Boasting the title of the world’s oldest Hacienda Hotel, this historic resort was originally built on May 12, 1683 as a hostel for explorers, photographers, artists, scientists, and adventurers during their travels through the ancient town of Uxmal. The 19th century brought forth the restoration and consolidation of Yucatecan archeological digs, which the owners of this renowned location integrated into its design. The Hacienda Uxmal Plantation & Museum boasts a resident anthropologist, Enrique Valdes, who oversees Mayaland’s cultural and sustainable tourism effort. Today, the hotel is surrounded by fruit orchards and the remains of the original Hacienda Uxmal, ensuring stunning views filled with abundant history.

  • About the Location +

    The renowned Archeological Zone of Uxmal is mere moments away from Hacienda Uxmal Plantation & Museum. A recognized UNESCO World Heritage Site, this stunning destination is among the best preserved examples of Mayan architecture in the world. Visitors today can see several amazing historical structures, such as the Pirámide del Adivino (Pyramid of the Magician) and the Palacio del Gobernador.

  • Famous Historic Guests +

    Queen Elizabeth II of the United Kingdom (1952 – present) Prince Phillip, Duke of Edinburgh (1952 – present) King Baudouin of Belgium (1951 – 1993) Queen Fabiola of Belgium (1960 – 1993) Queen Juliana of the Netherlands (1948 – 1980) Prince Rainier III of Monaco (1949 – 2005) Princess Grace Kelly of Monaco, famous American film actress known for Mogambo and wife of Prince Rainier III. Queen Margrethe II of Denmark (1972 – present) Prime Minister Indira Ghandi of India (1980 – 1984) Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis, First Lady of former U.S. President John F. Kennedy.