First Residence Inn by Marriott in Mexico opens its doors in Mérida


As we had anticipated in NITU.MX, Mérida was the city chosen as the location of the first Residence Inn by Marriott in Mexico, which officially opened its doors this week with its concept of extended stays.

This hotel has 151 spacious rooms with fully equipped kitchens ranging from 40 to 78 square meters, and with the amenities and style that allow the guest to have the necessary comfort for their long stay.

Residence Inn by Marriott is located in the north of Mérida, in a new business area of ​​the capital of Yucatán, with convenient access to the cultural attractions and heritage of the city.

Located 20 minutes from the renowned Paseo Montejo, it will allow customers to enjoy the historical monuments, gastronomy, and hospitality of the Yucatecans so that they feel at home.

The hotel is pet-friendly and offers extra services such as courtesy grocery delivery, 24-hour market, common laundry, and state-of-the-art gym. In addition, you have 80 square meters of meeting space that is naturally lit with built-in multimedia technology.

Groups of up to 50 people can take advantage of flexible meeting rooms and gathering spaces dedicated to meals, group sessions, individual meetings, and more.

Residence Inn by Marriott’s arrival in Mexico comes at a time when guests are looking for flexible and safe lodging alternatives. Marriott International found in Mérida the ideal economic growth for the location of this leading brand in its segment.

This Hotel Franchise is present in important destinations in the United States, Canada, Europe, the Middle East, and Central America. 

“Spacious suites with separate living, working and sleeping areas, and fully functional kitchens will help guests maximize their time and prosper while traveling,” said Arturo Cruz, Sales Director for Residence Inn Merida.

The executive added that “Mérida has been recognized as one of the best cities to live in and has gradually become an economic force for the country by opening up national and international investment opportunities.”

The Yucatan Post