Hacienda Tomé is a truly unique, contemporary, luxurious, modern and isolated resort. Located in the northern part of Yucatan.
In order to find the balance between the 17th century and the present day, an unforgettable atmosphere of serenity was created, to offer you a new reality of sophisticated holidays to spend with your family and friends. Imagine an exclusive hacienda for your private use as your home.
The hacienda has 32 hectares of land, 1100 m2 of construction, 10 rooms, 10 bathrooms. The rooms are four master suites, three elite suites and three junior suites, all equipped with air conditioning, fans and large bathrooms, built with original Mayan stones.
Each suite has its own exquisite decoration and is a true feast for the eyes.
The majestic living room, filled with contemporary paintings, antique mirrors and chandeliers, Moroccan chandeliers and exotic handmade Mexican furniture, flows seamlessly into the cozy bar/playroom.
The ambiance of the colonial outdoor terrace, overlooking the pool and an avenue of palm trees, is designed for al fresco dining at a stunning mahogany table capable of accommodating up to 14 guests.
If you prefer to eat in the freshness of the air conditioning, then the old chapel, with its original 18th century fresco, is at your disposal. This former chapel serves as a restaurant and boutique and features tempting and original hand-made jewelry, clothing, sarongs and more.
A few steps down from the terrace you will reach the Arabic pool, which is in harmony with the exotic garden that surrounds it. There, the loungers and parasols are ready for your relaxation. If you prefer the shade, you can relax and enjoy life in the hammock, the goose down sofa or inside the air-conditioned library.
It is located in the southeast of the peninsula of the same name, bordered on the north by the Gulf of Mexico, on the east by the state of Quintana Roo and on the southwest by the state of Campeche. It has in its territory some of the most visited places in Mexico, essential by all means as Chichen Itza, Merida, the route of the cenotes, or the archaeological sites of Dzibilchaltun, Mayapan, Ek Balam (The Black Jaguar), Labna or Uxmal. The state also has remarkable architectural works built during the colonial era and even today, as well as various centers of recreation and entertainment.