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Avaliou em 21 de Setembro de 2012
Quartos com ar e TV. Água quente não é tão quente dependendo de quantas pessoas já tomaram banho, mas como Mérida é quente, nem faz falta. Quarto simples e bom, mas não tenho muita certeza se os lençois são trocados cada vez que um hóspede sai, pois encontrei vários fios de cabelo preto no meu lençol quando fui dormir. Localizado a 7 quadras do zócalo e 7 do terminal de ônibus, uns 10 minutos andando. Estava em promoção por 200 pesos quarto single, valeu a pena. Melhor é ficar nos quartos mais ao fundo, menos barulho. Internet só no lobby. Achei o serviço razoável para turista, imformações da cidade bem vagas.
They hate foreigners
Avaliou em 31 de Julho de 2021
I booked a room at Hotel Aventura for one night through a booking website. The owner increased the price on my second day, when I wanted to extend my stay. He said that was the on-site price. When I wanted to extend through the booking website, he shamed me for being cheap and asked me to leave. The disdain in his voice for foreigners (he thought I was American) was topped with his expression of "how you foreigners always do this; we always have this issue with you people coming through that booking website." He lectured me about how he was a successful businessman and that the on-site price was a good deal. If he is not happy with "us people" coming from the booking website and the price he listed there, then why is he not listing the real price or cancelling his affiliation with that website?! It is dishonest to list a low price on the website to attract people and then increase the price. Any sane person would obviously react to that. No matter how much the difference is, it is the principle that matters. I thought "a successful businessman" would know that it is the principle that counts, not the amount itself. Very rude, self-righteous, and overly smug attitude for a really sub-mediocre motel in an under-developed town.
Best value ever!
Avaliou em 1 de Março de 2015
We stayed in the Hotel Aventura and the room, shower and air conditioning were all great. The hotel is not on a busy road, so we had a quiet night's sleep. Carlos, the owner, is famous in Merida for his hospitality and friendliness and many hotel guests ask his advice because he is from Merida and knows so much about it -- the best bars, restaurants, free entertainments (there are lots in Merida!)
The Hotel Aventura is on Calle 61, a few blocks from Santiago Square with its free music on Tuesday nights, and also close to the downtown Zocalo, which has free entertainment on Sundays -- lots of taco stands: a chicken taco costs less than a dollar.
We travel a lot, and if there were more hotels like Hotel Aventura, we would travel more!
Avaliou em 5 de Maio de 2014
We would like to give this place a good review because the man running it was so friendly, but him and the killer wifi was about the only things going for it.
Our room was smokey, and I found it unpleasant to breathe the air inside the room. We are not usually too fussy about stale smoke as it seems like people do sneak cigarettes in a lot of Mexican hotel rooms, but the smell here was overpowering.
The room was dirty, and the sheets had not been laundered (there were someone else's hairs all through the bed). We slept on top of the covers rather than sleep between the sheets. Generally we didn't think the room was very clean.
The location is not very good. It is walking distance to the zocalo, but there are many other accommodation options that are much more central.
Price was about 350pesos for a double room.
Would NOT Recommend!
Avaliou em 24 de Fevereiro de 2014
I have traveled extensively in Mexico, and always on a budget. There are many hotels in Merida of similar price and distance to the Zocolo (walking distance, not close). My room had mildew growing on the walls & copious mold in the air. (The manager told me that all rooms in the Yucatan have mold. Please, I'm not that stupid!) The mattress was thin, flimsy and covered in a heavy, noisy plastic. The two women at the desk were too interested in their computers to be bothered by the customers. Adventura is owned by 2 American men, clearly not fully invested in the hotel. One owner, Tim, seems to care somewhat about his guests. The other emitted an arrogant, uncaring attitude. It's sad that Mexico is losing its charming, warm, family-owned hotels to investors from other countries, interested only in your money. My advice is to try one of these family-owned lodgings: Hotel Angelita, close to ADO on Calle 69, #567 (between 70 & 72) Tel/fax: (01-999) 930-96-63. Or Posada Lucy, Calle 60, #561 (between 69 & 71) (no sign, ring bell), Tel: (01-999) 924-72-25.