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Rosas y Xocolate Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate  Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate  Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate  Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate  Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate  Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate  Merida  Mexico
Rosas y Xocolate
Located on regal Paseo de Montejo, Mérida’s grand boulevard (modeled after the Champs-Élysées), the Rosas y Xocolate hotel and restaurant is an impressive feat of style and restoration, worth visiting to check out hot-pink walls and tiled floors that garnered it a 2011 architectural-design award. The food is worth sticking around for, too. Diners can opt to eat in a chic, contemporary dining room; in an open-air courtyard covered in climbing plants; or on the roof at the aptly named Moon Lounge. Fusion cuisine is the name of the game, along with a few international dishes like a chocolate "volcano" dessert. The dark-chocolate martinis are a luxuriously decadent accompaniment to any meal.
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Neighborhood Vibe
The two impressive colonial-era houses within which Rosas y Xocolate is situated are surrounded by similarly stunning examples of period architecture. Paseo de Montejo is Mérida's classiest street, and it draws locals and visitors alike for leisurely strolls at any time of the day, any day of the week. Often, visitors will be treated to a musical or cultural performance; the city of Mérida hosts arts in the square nearly every day. For more culture, guests can explore one of several museums in the neighborhood; Casa de los Montejo is a stunning option, a completely restored Renaissance-style structure built in the 1530s as a residence. Visitors can tour the building, which contains furniture and objects from the period; there's also a small section devoted to contemporary Mexican art (often, exhibits focus on photography) and a gift shop with a good selection of local handicrafts.
Need to Know
Rooms: 14 rooms, 3 suites; from $235.
Check-in: noon; check-out: 2 p.m.
Dining options: The hotel's on-site restaurant has an extensive menu with international influences. Moon Lounge is the rooftop terrace bar.
Spa and gym details: The hotel has an on-site gym, but most guests end up spending far more time at the spa, which specializes in treatments that incorporate cacao—chocolate—and roses, along with Mexican herbs and spices.
Insider Tips
Who it's for: Travelers who appreciate unique design; and couples, as the hotel is incredibly romantic.
Our favorite rooms: All of the rooms have outdoor terraces with soaking tubs, but the Master Suite Rosas y Xocolate is our favorite. Its terrace allows guests to look out onto Paseo de Montejo, the classy street lined with colonial-era beauties.
Sweet treats: An on-site chocolatier makes sweet treats available for purchase in the hotel's boutique.
Rosas y Xocolate
It's impossible to miss the rose petal­–pink exterior of Rosas y Xocolate, a boutique hotel that sits on the most important—and scenic—historic street in the city of Mérida. That facade hints at the nature of the entire experience of staying at Rosas y Xocolate, where the owners strive to continually stimulate guests' senses. Many of the design elements of the hotel speak to aspects of Yucatecan history. The walls of rooms, for example, were colored with a dye produced by using a Maya technique of boiling tree bark. Throughout the hotel, guests see knotted strands of neutral-colored fibers; these are bundles of sisal and henequen, fibers that were once harvested in the area and which made many plantation owners wealthy. Gorgeous colonial-era tiles line the floors. Colorful hand-embroidered throw pillows, made by Mexican artisans, adorn couches and beds. And in the bathrooms, visitors will find handmade chocolate soap.
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Rosas y Xocolate
With a name like that, it’s no wonder this delightful boutique hotel is a prime spot for romantic getaways in the Yucatan’s capital city. The two pink-colored colonial mansions that Rosas y Xocolate occupies are as charming as they are camera-friendly, bedecked in stylish garb and lashings of colorful modern art, while picturesque patios and outdoor corners mix Pepto Bismal-hued walls with lush greenery and sleek furnishings. Life here feels like its perpetually viewed through rose-colored glasses, and it’s not just the walls: the spa offers an enticing menu of xocolatherapies; the elegant tequila bar has over 250 varieties to sample; the oasis-like outdoor pool is a nice spot for a dip or a sunbathe; and there’s even a chocolate shop on-site. Guests can dine on gourmet fusion fare from the restaurant, or head up to the rooftop lounge for cocktails with a side of live jazz. As for the guest rooms, they’re no less enchanting with their rose and cocoa hues against a backdrop of patterned tile floors, while modern, minimalist bathrooms have sumptuous open-air stone tubs, large walk-in rainfall showers, and handmade chocolate soaps.
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Paseo de Montejo 480, Zona Paseo Montejo, Centro, 97000 Mérida, Yuc., Mexico
+52 999 924 2992
Sun - Tue 7:30am - 11:30pm
Wed, Thur 7:30am - 12am
Fri, Sat 7:30am - 1am
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