Welcome to the house that still strikes a dominant chord in Yucatan’s cultural, political, and artistic life … as it did in past centuries.
Filled with the trappings and echos of other centuries, this is where, in 1936, President Lazaro Cardenas debated the conditions of Mexico’s expropriation of the Henequen Haciendas with the unhappy hacienda owners.
Shortly after its centennial year, the neglected and empty home was rescued, restored and recycled into an award-winning, one-of-a-kind place — historic, small, stylish — and affordable.
CASA MEXILIO is a mix of memories and themes of the lives of those who have inhabited its rooms. It is elegant and at the same time homey and genial. She wears her age well and with some style and is a green, comfortable and tranquil oasis in the heart of a hurried city …