Hacienda Uayamón

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Hacienda Uayamón was opened as a hotel in December 2000, after having undergone an almost two year restoration process by a team of expert architects and restorers. The most valuable aspect of this project was the hotel's social commitment to the community, which included the hiring and systematic training of local workers, first in the construction of the property and later in various positions in the hotel.

The elegance and style of Hacienda Uayamón’s main building is evident on every floor. The chapel is a silent testimony to past glories, and a majestic Ceiba tree, which conserves vivid memories in its magnificent branches, shelters the hotel.

This exceptional property, located in the state of Campeche, is the perfect setting for the vacation of your dreams. It is a haven away from the mainstream. Come see why Hacienda Uayamon is part of The Luxury Collection, a collection of over 50 exceptional properties in more than 25 countries.

Please note that you must pay an additional fee for service directly in the hotel.

Experience an extraordinary level of hospitality with impeccable services and the most modern comfort and amenities. Additionally, when you stay at Hacienda Uayamon, you will have the opportunity to learn about the culture of the region and visit the archaeological sites in the area, as well as underground caves, turtle camps and nearby colonial towns.

Hacienda Uayamon is also the perfect setting for exciting activities such as mountain biking, horseback riding and guided cultural walks. When you want to relax, visit the hotel spa or take a dip in our swimming pool.

Services
Parking
Connecting Rooms
Wireless Internet
Laundry
Massages
Room service

Bicycle Rental

Contact
uayamon@thehaciendas.com
+52 981 813 0530

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Carretera Uayamón - China – Edzná, Km. 20. Uayamón, Campeche C.P 24530

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