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Valladolid: Home of 16-Century Colonial Buildings, Cenotes & Mayan Ruins



Valladolid is a colonial town located a 2-hour drive southwest from Cancun. It is the third largest city in the state of Yucatán with a relaxed and cozy atmosphere. Home of 16-century colonial buildings such as the Convent of San Bernardino of Siena and a baroque-style San Gervasio Cathedral. Valladolid serves as a starting point for a visit to Chichén Itzá but it also features numerous cenotes including Zací, Samulá and X'Kekén.


WHERE TO STAY


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Overview


Colonial-chic home meets laid back contemporary design. Conveniently situated in the city of Valladolid, Casona X’tabay Casa is a 450-years old house that has been restored and remodeled. Featuring high ceilings, a center patio with center pool and hammock, the house can host up to 5 individuals–ideal for families and friends looking for comfort and convenience. The house consists of 3 floors, two bedrooms, two full bathrooms, one partial bathroom, a fully equipped kitchen, dining table, microwave and AC is available only in the sleeping bedrooms. The master bedroom features a tub and outdoor patio for afternoon and evening city view enjoyment.


Casona X’tabay Casa

Valladolid, Yuc., Mexico


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Other features worth mentioning include free parking, TV with cable, wireless internet, lock box, self check-in, coffee marker, drinking water, first aid-kit and hair dryer.


Steps away from several of Valladolid’s main cultural and gastronomic sites, including Cenote Zaci, Casona X’tabay Casa is only a 42-minutes drive to the pyramids of Chichen Itza and under 2-hour drive to Playa del Carmen and Tulum.


By Markin Abras and Adriana Garuolis. Images courtesy of Casona X’tabay Casa

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