Hacienda Hideaway

Puebla, Mexico
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Hacienda Petac


There’s magic happening in Merida, Mexico. Hacienda Petac, a 17th-century, Spanish colonial estate-turned five-bedroom private getaway, is debuting a new secluded spot for further privacy. Casa Ramón, a 3,000-square-foot casita with two master bedrooms and an adjoining living room/home theater is about to open its doors. Note: We hear the owners of the property also have plans to add an annex in the original wing.

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Casa Ramón is built near an original henequenera theater. Inside, guests will find their way to a living room and entertainment salon. The living room opens on to a large terrace, perfect for small gatherings and cocktail parties. Intimate destination wedding, anyone?

The property also has two bedrooms with one king and one double queen bed and private baths with showers and tub.

Tucked away on 80 acres of Mexico’s lush Yucatan Peninsula, the Hacienda is available to one group at a time, making it as upscale or down-home cozy as you wish. The staff is on hand to prepare all the meals (to all guests’ specifications), provide spa treatments and care for visitors individually.

Hacienda Petac now has seven guest rooms located in four buildings surrounding the main house.

Nice Touch: When booking the Hacienda, the rates include transfers, all food, snacks, non-alcoholic beverages, a traditional Trova night, cooking classes, daily laundry and more. Plus, it is a short distance away from famous Mayan sites like Uxmal and Chichen Itza.

To book Casa Ramón, reach out to Director of Sales Mary Elizabeth Wheelis (800-783-6904). 

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