New experiences and real value are important touchstones for discerning travelers. Couples and families crave longer, more meaningful vacations for recreation and relaxation. They seek one-of-a-kind destinations where they can pursue their passions and create their own distinctive memories.

The premium choice is The Guest House at Sisal Beach situated on more than 13,000 square feet of coveted oceanfront property bordering El Palmar Biological Reserve.

This late 19th century Hacienda style home has been completely renovated from top to bottom. Tastefully divided into two private residences, “Casa Principal” with 3 bedrooms and 1˝ bathrooms and “The Guest House” with 3 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms.

Enjoy coffee on our large oceanfront terrace while watching local fishermen head out to sea to catch your evening meal, swim in the Gulf of Mexico, stroll on the beach, go shelling, snorkelling or fishing, relax in a hammock, sun bathe or take a dip in our free form pool. Fine dining is within walking distance.

But Sisal is not just beautiful beaches and friendly Mayans. Sisal is an ecotourism destination. Discover its unique environment; watch pink flamingos and sea turtles, visit coastal estuaries and mangroves which support an extraordinary and diverse population of aviary and marine wildlife, then visit mangrove thickets, lagoons and coastal dunes or explore underground caves and cenotes.

Immerse yourself in Pre-Columbian culture. The pyramids of Chitchen Itza and Uxmal are just a few hours away while Dzibichaltun and other less famous archaeological sites are nearby. Let Mayan culture transport you to another time.

Drive less than 45 minutes to fine dining, night clubs and world class shopping in Merida. You will find familiar conveniences at Costco, Sam's Club, Walmart, Sears, OfficeMax, Office Depot, Home Depot, Friday's, Subway, Pizza Hut, and Bennigans.... but you will also discover a city, founded in 1542, with beautiful mansions and museums.

Did you know....

Yucatan has more pyramids than Egypt.

The asteroid that destroyed the dinosaurs 65 million years ago landed right here and there are still gravitational anomalies in the area.

Pirate Jean Lafite is thought to be buried in the Yucatan.

Some believe that the Maya are the descendents of the lost city of Atlantis, while others believe that they are one of the lost tribes of Israel.

Yucatan is Mexico's most tranquil state with a climate similar to Florida or Cuba.

Yucatecans are hospitable people with strong roots and traditions.

Merida, the most beautiful colonial city in Mexico, is called "the White City" not only for its many white limestone buildings but because its streets, plazas, and parks are cleaned daily.

Merida boasts the lowest per capita crime rate in Mexico.
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