Angeles De Merida is a early 19th century home once owned by a Spanish Count & Countess. ADM was restored and renovated in 2003. Located on the quietest street in Merida, the home is two blocks from Parque Santiago and seven blocks from the Zocalo (town square). The entryway and living room have 18-foot beamed ceilings. The home has four air conditioned custom decorated guest rooms with their own private baths, located in a cabana in the garden. All the guest rooms overlook the pool and garden.
The home is filled with Spanish antiques and works of art by Mexican artisans and artists, reflecting the proud culture and heritage of Mexico. The home has a formal dining room and a covered veranda for meals. Activities in the late afternoons in Merida revolve around watching the sunset while lounging in the garden pool.
Merida is the largest city on the Yucatan Peninsula. It attracts visitors interested in historic sightseeing, shopping for Mayan art and relaxing. On Sundays, the streets around the Zocalo are closed to cars and come alive with music and artisans selling their wares. Though a bustling city of about 700,000, Merida retains its colonial charm and has a laid-back tempo that delights visitors. It makes a good base from which to explore the Mayan archaeological sites of Chichen-Itza and Uxmal. Pink flamingo sanctuaries and swimmable crystal-clear cenotes (sinkholes) are some natural attractions that are easily accessible from Merida. Some of the cenotes are found in caves with centuries-old stalactite formations. The emerald waters of the Gulf of Mexico lap at beaches just thirty minutes away from Angeles De Merida.