A professional team of interior designers and architects were given a no limits mission in order to achieve the ultimate renovation of this 200 year-old colonial house in the heart of Mérida. The renovation began in August and was concluded on December 12th, 2009, as stated in the commemorative plaque at the entrance of the house.
The heart of the house is a kitchen designed by Architect Roberto Molina in fashion with the most pure Mexican style, but not to miss any modern convenience of a demanding Chef.
You will find beautiful Santo Tomas marble flooring in the living and dinning rooms, Macedonian marble in the master rooms and natural stone columns for the exterior arcade.
All encompassed among LED indirect lightning to provide a unique environment. Both master rooms feature 20 foot height, hand made Catalan vault ceilings by master artisans that were brought from Querétaro for this purpose. Everything in mind to provide the ultimate relaxing experience for your senses.