As you pass through the heavy wooden door, you come into a small sitting area.
From there you pass through a small garden area with a fountain.
Meredith and Chuck's room is located just up the stairs on the second floor.
Back on the ground floor, a corridor leads to the pool area at the back.
There is abundant use of the beautiful tiles that are typical of Mérida's architecture.
A small pool is at the back of the property.
Alejandro and I share a poolside room. Ours is the room to the left. We have a little terrace next to the pool.
Some of the flowers in the hotel's courtyards...
bougainvillea climbing a wall...
Outside our room is a plant known in Spanish as "flor de mayo". We call it plumaria. At the moment there is only one blossom on the plant, but it is quite lovely.
The hotel's hallways and public areas feature a range of Mexican handicrafts and original paintings.
"Luz en Yucatán" is a tranquil and beautiful retreat in the city of Mérida.