Many of the old henequen haciendas of the Yucatan Peninsula have been transformed into charming hotels, an excellent option to stay and learn about history. The Hacienda Viva Sotuta de Peon is a very interesting option.

In the Yucatan Peninsula we have different farm options to stay. The Hacienda Viva Sotuta de Peón opened a few years ago as accommodation, after carrying several successful visits with the complete guided tour for their lands.

If you stay at the Hacienda Viva Sotuta de Peón they include the tour in your stay

Part of this tour is done in trucks that go on rails pulled by mules, just as it was done in the past. The tour takes you through the main house, the henequen factory, the shredder and through the henequen fields, until the end of the cenote Dzul Ha, where you can cool off in its crystal clear waters.

If you stay at the Hacienda Viva Sotuta de Peon, a truck will be the vehicle that will take you to your cabin, what an excellent way to get there.

Hacienda Sotuta de Peon, Tecoh, Yucatan, Mexico.

Hacienda Sotuta de Peon, Tecoh, Yucatan, Mexico.

Accommodation Hacienda Viva Sotuta de Peón:

LOCATION: The Hacienda Viva Sotuta de Peón is located 45 kilometers from Mérida, you arrive on the 184 road via Tecoh. It is well indicated on the road.

SERVICES OF THE TREASURY: swimming pool (pool), restaurant and bike availability. They also offer the aforementioned guided tour of the haciendaI thought it was great The cabins are fully equipped, have flat screen TV with cable and WiFi connection.

Hacienda Sotuta de Peon, Tecoh, Yucatan, Mexico.

CAPACITY OF ACCOMMODATION AND PRICES: 30 cabins inspired by traditional Mayan-style houses.

  • Delux Roome: king bed and terrace equipped with a small private pool, which is enjoyed a lot and the price is not so different. From 2000 mxn (Mexican pesos) per night.
  • Superior Room: some with two double beds and others with a king size bed. Fully equipped, palm roof. From 1800 mxn a night.

Hacienda Sotuta de Peon, Tecoh, Yucatan, Mexico.

Hacienda Sotuta de Peon, Tecoh, Yucatan, Mexico.

ADVANTAGES TO HIGHLIGHT: good value for money within I know it in the Peninsula. Without being a luxury hacienda, you will be luxurious. Attentive staff and the guided tour of the Hacienda is a great plus in this place. The quiet nights of the Yucatecan countryside, an ideal place for those seeking tranquility. And of course Antonio, you will know him, we all appreciate his sympathy.

DISADVANTAGES TO MENTION: you are in the field so don't be surprised by the insects and noises that may be there.

Hacienda Sotuta de Peon, Tecoh, Yucatan, Mexico.

Antonio, the best

Hacienda Sotuta de Peon, Tecoh, Yucatan, Mexico.

What to do in the area of ​​Hacienda Sotuta de Peón ?:

la Hacienda Viva Sotuta de Peón is an excellent base to know several of the populations of the well-known Route of the Convents, other haciendas such as Yaxcopoil, the archaeological zones of the Puuc Route and the great Mayapan, grottos of Loltún and several beautiful cenotes like the Cenote X-Batúnplatforms, Kankirixche or Yaaluzdzil, to name a few. This area is planted with desirable places to visit, and this hacienda has an excellent location.


I hope your stay is as satisfactory as ours was. Remember yes reservations through the blog it is not more expensive, you benefit equally from the offers, and it is a way of support my work when receiving a commission with your reservation.

I hope your stay is as satisfactory as it was ours. Leaving aside small details that can always be improved, this Hacienda is highly recommended.

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Good way,

Hacienda Sotuta de Peon, Tecoh, Yucatan, Mexico.

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