Mayaland Hotel & Bungalows

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Mayaland Hotel & Bungalows first opened its doors to the traveling public in 1923. Founded by Don Fernando Barbachano Peón and Carmen Gomez Rul Castillo, the hotel has been maintained under the watchful eye of their descendants over its 93-year reign as a premier tourist destination in Chichén Itzá. It displays a brilliant array of unique Mexican architecture that includes Moorish, Spanish, and native Yucatanean design aesthetics. Designed by Dr. Sylvanus Griswold Morley and Fernando Barbachano Peón, this amazing destination still conveys the rich heritage of the region. The Mayaland Hotel & Bungalows allow for guests to explore the surrounding region at their leisure. Many exciting activities abound throughout the area, such as scuba diving, horseback riding—even swimming with dolphins. The historic ruins of Chichén Itzá are also located just steps from the resort grounds, granting for travelers an amazing opportunity to experience the ancient glory of the Mayan Empire. 
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Location Map

Discover the amazing Mayan ruins of Chichén Itzá mere steps away.

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Discover

Discover the remarkable archeological site of Chichén Itzá just steps away.

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Explore

Explore the Cenotes X’kekén and Samulá nearby on the outskirts of Valladolid.

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Experience

Experience the Gran Museo del Mundo Maya (Mayan World Museum of Mérida).

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Taste

Taste a salbute or panucho when out exploring the Yucatán.

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