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The best Gays Stays in the Yucatan Peninsula

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MGT Merida Gay Tours had gathered the best accomodations, hotels, boutiques, Bed & Breakfast and Air BnBs, that Yucatan has to offer for the gay travelers.

Autenthic places, only adults places fully charged of architecture value and history. Stay safe and feel free in this guaranteed gay friendly  accomodations.

Browse from the different kind of accommodations to find the one that fits the most your kind of trip

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historic MÉRIDA


Within the Coqui Coqui Residences & Spa portfolio, Merida’s L’Epicerie balances the vibrancy of the metropolis with the charm of a hidden century-old colonial home. The decadent belle époque building is a beautiful escape from the bustling, vibrant city streets of Merida. You will experience the atmosphere of our boutique, with its high-end local handcrafts, the timeless style of the Epicerie, with the smell of steaming herbal & floral infusions or the tasteful selection of gourmet cacaos and honeys, along with an unique urban spa, all of which will transport you back in time to the “White City” in its prime opulence.


casa lecanda

Featuring beautiful tiled courtyards, a pool and luxurious rooms, Casa Lecanda Boutique Hotel Adults Only & Gay Friendly, is a striking property located next to Mérida’s Paseo Montejo Boulevard. Set in gardens, it has charming lounge areas and a terrace.

All rooms have beautifully restored windows and doors that open onto breathtaking views of our gardens and patios.



Roses & Xocolate is best defined by luxury, tranquility and art, a gay friendly hotel Boutique (previously two colonial houses) on the busiest avenue of Merida, Av. Montejo.

This great hotel won the “Icons of Design” prize by Architectural Digest in 2011 for the great elegance and beauty that this space transmits. The beautiful hotel was refurbished and unified by the amazing Mexican architectural office of Salvador Reyes Rios and Josefina Larrain, under the idea and concept of Carlos Kolozs. The hotel is composed of seventeen rooms that retain the character of elegance, with high ceilings, private terraces and amenities that will make it feel like home. Each room has its own charm because each one is made up differently. The environment is totally artistic, varying in the palette of pink to yellow, with natural stone and different atmospheres of the natural light throughout the day.


beyond mérida



The perfect gateaway from Merida is this gay friendly Hotel located in Hunucma (20 min from Merida) a traditional rustic mayan town and minutes away from Sisal Beach, you will have so many options of what to do.

The hotel  is known by using a color palette where neutral tones are the protagonists in all spaces. Visit the different environments of the hotel creating spaces of harmony that convey calm.




A brand new conceptual hotel based on the Mayan cosmogony, incorporating materials and regional elements such as mosaics in its design, and everything has a chukum finish. Each room has a unique design. It is a pet friendly & of course gay friendly hotel 🏳️‍🌈




Situated in the colorful, colonial town of Valladolid, Meson de Malleville is a beautiful 16th century home. The four-room sanctuary is located directly across from the historical Convent of San Bernardino de Siena. As the former home of Coqui Coqui’s founders, Nicolas Malleville and Francesca Bonato, Mesón de Malleville lovingly opens its doors to guests in the spirit of warmth and family. Every room is decorated in the distinct Coqui Coqui style, but each with its own unique personality, showcasing the couple’s furniture from family heirlooms to those gathered from their travels




Private property of one and a half acres located on the outskirts of a lovely Mayan village. Life is slow here, Maya is the first language for many. There are few cars, most people ride a bike or take moto taxis to attend their daily errands. The local women still wear their beautiful hipil dress, the same as their great grandmothers did 100 years ago. Night life consist of a stroll to the center of the village to mingle with the locals, perhaps catch a local religious festival and enjoy local comida.

Your palapa casita has a top quality full size bed with high count cotton bedding, private bath with hot water, beautifully furnished with antiques and locally sourced furnishings and small fridge. Bath kits include handmade artisan neem soap, shampoo and body cream. Bird watching kit and bikes available. Breakfast of fruit, locally made sweet breads, coffee, tea and fresh juice.

Please note that there is no smoking allowed anywhere on the property.




Located in the enchanting town of Izamal, Coqui Coqui Casa de Los Santos offers a peaceful and secluded retreat for explorers. Known as the “yellow city,” Izamal is a jewel of the Yucatan Peninsula.

Coqui Coqui de Los Santos fuses these worlds of folklore, history and modernity all within this captivating residence that serves as an ode to both the historical and religious importance of such a magical place on the map.

Featuring an air of contemporary flair, religious reference, and indigenous folklore, Coqui Coqui is housed in a restored colonial building with authentic peeling wall frescoes, antique tapestries and ornate floor tiles that neighbor the ancient Mayan ruiNS


mayaland resorts

Chichen Itza / Uxmal

Imagine that you can stay at night within the most important archeological sites of Mexico. Now imagine that those stays also have a luxurious historical design. That and more is Mayaland. Mayaland is to delve 200% into history  and Maya culture. One night in these holy places will be enough to feel the live mystical vibe of these holy places. When you least think about it, you will be surrounded by talks about the constellations that guided the life of the Mayans, and the best of all is that you will be able to see all by yourself on the calm nights in the jungle. Entering Mayaland is to open a new range of experiences of the site. we have worked for years with mayaland ensuring truly gay friendly spaces for our clients