Defining luxury at Hacienda Petac Merida Mexico
Within minutes of arrival, Colleen had one of the gentlemen working on the estate carry our bags to our rooms, while she gave us a tour. Out of all the rooms and buildings at Hacienda Petac, my blue room in the Casa Ramón was by far my favorite.
Rooms you will never want to leave
Casa Ramón is a two-bedroom building with a large living room that connects the two bedrooms together. The living room housed an 80-inch flat screen TV, where we could curl up on the sofa to watch movies at night. A well-stocked bar and a powder room was opposite the television, so friends didn’t have to walk through our rooms to freshen up. The second room, belonging to one of my friend’s, Andrea, housed a king-size bed, while I had two queen beds that were draped in fresh flowers for my arrival. I felt like a queen, and after a long month of travel and a conference the week before, a little royal treatment didn’t go unnoticed.
Mornings you could find Andrea and I on our massive veranda, seated around a small rounded table where a tray of coffee appeared moments after we woke up. This was not the work of magical beings, but the local Mayan women taking care of us. Each night we would hang a small hand stitch “café, por favor” sign on our door knob, so the ladies would know if we wanted coffee for our room each morning. The veranda also sported a long table for working, dining or just playing a few games with friends.
Hacienda Petac Room amenities
- Consistent air conditioning
- Good quality shampoo, conditioner, body gel, loofa mitt and a bar of soap
- Bug spray
- Bottled water
- Daily laundry service (included in your stay)
- Morning coffee service