Hacienda Puerta Campeche
Hacienda Puerta Campeche is made up of a collection of 17th-century houses which have been lovingly restored and offer attentive personal service. Discover this little-known but vibrant pirate haunt of Campeche in great style.
At a Glance
Historic hacienda behind the city walls of colonial Campeche
Indoor and outdoor pools are found in the property - totally unique and beautifully restored
Ideally located for exploring the UNESCO world heritage site of Campeche
Superb restaurant serving delicious fusion cuisine
The only one of the Starwood haciendas to have a city location, the rest are remote -advantage of restaurant, bars and cultural attractions on your doorstep - why not hacienda hop for the ultimate Yucatan experience
Enjoy swimming through the doorways of Hacienda Puerta Campeche's one-of-a-kind pool.Scott Dunn team
A great location from which to explore all that the city of Campeche has to offer.Scott Dunn team
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A stay at Hacienda Puerta Campeche is a unique experience. It is in a great location just inside the old city walls of the Centro district. The few minutes walk to the city center is wonderful with the brightly painted houses.
The hotel has 15 colonial style rooms and suites, which have been fully restored in the original buildings and now seamlessly blend traditional features with modern comforts and technology. The very spacious guest rooms feature 18-foot ceilings with exposed beams and rafters, comfortable beds and cool tiled floors. Facilities at Hacienda Puerta Campeche include a restaurant, lounge bar and a pool which is a unique feature in itself, with secret alcoves and hammocks hanging over the water.
Stroll through the hotel’s luxurious gardens, with a stunning array of vibrant colors set against old stone walls. Take a wander through Campeche to see some fine examples of beautifully restored colonial architecture and visit some of the museums, handicraft markets and the shady main plaza overlooked by the historic cathedral. After the sun has set, head to a romantic rooftop setting and indulge in the finest traditional cuisine while overlooking cool tones of blues reflected by the midnight sky at the hacienda's La Guardia Restaurant.
Our guest rooms and suites are located in the fully restored, original buildings that have been adapted to today's needs. Most of our guest rooms feature 18-foot ceilings with exposed beams and rafters, 10-foot wooden double doors, comfortable beds, dark, tropical hardwood cabinets, and cool tile floors. Additionally, large, bulbous pegs in the stonewalls hold woven cotton hammocks, for which Yucatan is famous, allowing you to sleep in the Mayan style.
Children are welcome to come and stay at Hacienda Puerta Campeche. However, there are no specific children's facilities or activities available at the hotel. Babysitting can easily be arranged upon request.
Hacienda Puerta Campeche has gorgeous gardens set around the pool, with exposed stone walls and hammocks suspended above the water. There is also a cosy library, a solarium, a selection of bar areas and La Guardia restaurant, where traditional Yucatecan cuisine is served overlooking the gardens.
Hacienda Puerta Campeche is a great base for exploring the beautifully preserved city of Campeche, with its historic forts, interesting museums and cobbled streets lined with brightly covered facades. Further afield one can take a trip to the lesser visited Mayan site of Edzná or to the Celestun nature reserve. When not out exploring guests at Hacienda Puerta Campeche can enjoy relaxing by the pool or indulging in a relaxing massage.
Location & Directions
Hacienda Puerta Campeche is located within Campeche historic district. Located on the edge of the Yucatan Peninsula, Campeche was founded by Spanish conquistadores in 1540 and fortified against pirates in the 17th century. It still has the appearance of a fortress and boasts many historical monuments and buildings.
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.