At a Glance
Beautiful restored home on the Yucatan Peninsula with much of the original architecture adding character
Welcomes children over 12 ensuring a peaceful atmosphere
Just 7 rooms, each decorated in a unique style with custom furniture and original clay tile floors
Situated in the historical heart of Merida within easy reach of key sights, as well as fantastic dining and shopping
Meet our specialists
Call us on 858 345 1763 to start planning your vacation to Casa Lecanda or take a look at our itineraries to the Yucatan Peninsula
Harking back to the Golden Age of Merida's sisal barons, Casa Lecanda is a former Yucatan home that has been restored with painstaking attention to its original architecture, landscaping and period detail to create a haven of serenity and relaxation in the busy city.
Step off the street into the cool lobby, and instantly you are transported into a world of grand colonial style with chequered tiles, red walls and antique furniture. Inside, amply dimensioned patios and courtyards provide a restful retreat, and the pool, while more for display than an ideal place to swim, serves as the focal point of the property, and sits beside a patio of suspended hammocks.
Each of Casa Lecanda's seven rooms is individually decorated, and have been fitted with the modern amenities while holding to the original philosophy of hospitality. Beds come with huge white duvets and spacious bathrooms with glass-enclosed rainfall showers are standard. The two rooms on the top floor have private balconies, the perfect spot to drink your welcome tamarind margarita
Casa Lecanda makes a perfect bolthole to retreat to after a hot day out and about exploring Mayan ruins. Please note that children of 12 and older are welcome.
Casa Lecanda offers seven distinct rooms uniquely decorated with custom crafted furniture, original clay tile floors, beautifully restored doors and windows. Rooms vary in layouts, sizes, bathrooms and patios.
Location & Directions
Casa Lecanda is located in the historical center of Mérida; the capital city of the state of Yucatán, Mexico. The hotel is situated just 2 blocks away from the prestigious Paseo Montejo, ideal location for sightseeing, dining and shopping around the cities most characteristic streets.
When to go
The Yucatán Peninsula is hot and humid. The best time to visit is typically during the drier, slightly milder months between November and April. The ‘rainy’ season begins in the south around June and runs until November. Although it can be hotter and more humid at this time of year, usually it only rains for a couple of hours before the weather clears. The wettest months tend to be September and October. The Caribbean coast can be affected by the hurricane season, which officially is from June to November.