Casa Sandia

Casa Sandia

Merida Collection
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Casa Sandia: Drenched in history, steeped in charm. A timeless retreat where each stone tells a story!

Starting at
$140 USD/night
Seasonal rates may apply
6 guests · 3 beds · 3 bedrooms · 4 bathrooms

Casa Sandia, as featured in The Guardian's August 2022 issue for "exuding a sense of the past and reflecting its historical surroundings," stands as a captivating fusion of history and modernity. Situated in the heart of Barrio San Sebastian, this architectural gem beckons you into its main living space, a living narrative woven over 80 years into the fabric of Yucatan life. Venture deeper into the property, and you'll find a lush, jungle-like garden pool, resonating with echoes from a time when only the Maya inhabited these verdant landscapes.

Casa Sandia, or Casa Watermelon in English, mirrors the meticulous attention to detail and style for which its sibling properties are celebrated. Its allure extends beyond mere aesthetics, steering clear of the typical instagram clichés. Merging historical roots with modern amenities, the single-level construction offers not just comfort but an elevated living experience. The expansive garden and chukum pool, with its Baja ledge and lounging areas, provide serene retreats under the natural shade.

Step inside, and air-conditioned bedrooms, outfitted with plush green-tea memory foam mattresses, invite visitors to indulge in comfort.

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