Comprised of three main buildings dating to 1850, the hacienda was used for the production of sisal in the late 1800s. Since that time, it has been expertly restored by renowned Mexican architect Salvador Reyes Rios and his partner and wife, Josefina Larrain.
The main atrium of the hacienda, opened on both sides during renovation, once housed the hacienda’s main engine room. Formerly bustling with the clang of machinery from an industrial age, it has been transformed into a dramatic living space for entertaining and lounging at the heart of the property. Hacienda Sac Chich is lavishly appointed with handcrafted furniture, and with six bedrooms (five with en-suite bathrooms), the hacienda can accommodate up to 13 guests. Spilling out on both sides with courtyards, lawns, and furnished with comfortable sofas and a dining space for eight, the main atrium makes an intimate gathering spot for your party, reunion, or wedding.