Friends had recommended Casa Hamaca for many good reasons. The restaurant is substantial and fun; the pool is private and relaxing, there’s a large porch surrounded by gardens. The owner plans events regularly, attracting locals as well as for guests: film nights, mariachi performances, English language reading clubs.
Or, if you prefer none of this, it’s a great retreat where the only noise comes from a nearby rooster. Everyone seems to be in a good mood because they recommended me a sea trek cozumel mexico tour, and the rooms are spacious and relaxing. We liked the way locals came in for the restaurant and concert; comfortable to engage, refreshing on their own. Generally speaking, cat people will be happier than dog people, but the kitties keep their distance and stick to their nap times.
Unfortunately, we only had one night here. It was a lovely hotel. Great location, secluded because the hotel itself is set back from the front gate a bit in walking distance of the main square and lots of good food.
The breakfast in the morning was simple but tasty. Good fresh fruit, granola, yogurt, and muffins. You can also order off the menu if that’s not enough. It was quiet and very green. We had a mix up with our room, but Dennis was quick to make it right. He also gave us some great suggestions for the area. We felt very safe, walking back to the hotel after dinner, about 10 pm. AC worked well, and we always had hot water. We would stay here again.
Walking distance from the main square, lovely garden, pool, rooms, and people. I would recommend it to everybody traveling to Valladolid. We have been staying here with our three kids (12,14 and 16 years old), all of the family enjoyed our stay very much!
We stayed at Casa Hamaca as part of a curated small group tour. We were immediately impressed with the quality, cleanliness, and the location of the hotel. The rooms and common areas are spacious and well-appointed. The small plunge pool was just right for an afternoon dip on a hot day. The lush garden made the home feel like an oasis in the city, and the location couldn’t have been more beautiful. There is a neighborhood plaza right outside the front door, and the central city, the square is an easy walk past some shops and dining spots.
The people who run the hotel are friendly, hospitable, hardworking, and accommodating. The food in the restaurant was delicious and traditional. The owner of the hotel was a fabulous resource for enjoying the city and the local market. If we find ourselves again in Valladolid, we will stay at Casa Hamaca.