It took us a lot of time to get there but it was worth it. The buffet was extremely good!! The bathrooms weren't good but it is sort of what you expect in a rustic place. The staff was really helpful and warm
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Fascinating guided tour of old henequen plantation still producing rope and other products. One hour spent in their cenote was alone worth the trip to Merida.
Sotuta is one of the beautiful haciendas that was used during the XIXth century to exploit the called "green gold" or henequen that is a desert plant used to make strong jute strings. During mexican revolution the haciendas were abandoned and began to deteriorate rapidly...More
We enjoyed this tour immensely! Our guide was knowledgeable and spoke in both english and Spanish so that the entire group was kept informed. We learned a lot about the history of the area, henequen, and the colonial lifestyle. We ate at the onsite buffet...More
We enjoyed like nothing else the trip we made to this Hacienda. Our guide, Juan was very friendly & well informed and we learned from him a lot of interesting information on how things were done back in the days. The food was also very...More
the place is HUGE, the tour might be a little costly but honestly this is what you pay for. they take you from one place to another is carts that were used to transport the henequen a hundred years ago, the hacienda is well preserved...More
our host was a full of knowledge and experience about the hacienda so he explained very well the history and answer our questions. My sisters and myself are planning to come back and to stay in the hotel next year.More
Dear Roseville, We apologized for such a bad experience that you had at Sotuta de Peon. All our 4 guides (Juan, Antonio, Ivan and Rolando) speak English, Did you ask for English guided tour when you got your bracelet??? Unfortunately, March and April are the...More
Our visit, unfortunately, was not a good one. We bought the full package: transportation from Merida, tour, cenote, and lunch. The first problem was that we were placed in a Spanish-only tour. I see from many of the comments that at least some of the...More
We went for the 10 am tour by rental car. Not that far outside of Merida and good signage along the way. You can also book transportation from Merida. We went on a week day without a reservation. The tour was about 2 hr. showing...More
I was dragged to this Hacienda as the good host to visiting relatives, and I was completely fascinated by the place. This is the last working hacienda producing henequen in the Yucatan. We had limited time and only took the half tour (which excluded trip...More