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Reviewed 29 September 2016

Our room was actually three rooms! Clean and well maintained. The staff was great and the location was convenient being just off the main courtyard. Easy access to the ruins and plenty of restaurants.

Date of stay: September 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank JeffnLiz
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Reviewed 31 May 2016

This was a nice change of pace from the usual hotel. As the name implies, it is kind of a cross between a hotel and an apartment, with comfortable rooms and a small kitchen. You can get rooms adjoining for a family stay, or for two couples, if they're people you like to travel with. As a couple we didn't need the extra room, so they upgraded our room and closed off the other bedroom. It was nice and quiet, and near most of the main sights in Merida. One thing to be careful about - it's a little hard to find. It shares a lobby with a restaurant, Rex Nimitor, which has a better sign. The restaurant is great, too. Number 2 on TripAdvisor for Merida.

Room tip: In the back away from the street noise.
Date of stay: May 2016
  • Trip type: Travelled as a couple
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Thank keng350
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Reviewed 25 July 2015

We rented a two bedroom apartment in the old city center, close to the Roman ruins. The staff was extremely nice and accommodating. I was worried about the noise from the street below, but it wasn't bad at all. The apartment was very clean and cheery.

Date of stay: July 2015
  • Trip type: Travelled with family
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Thank Rhonda S
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Reviewed 22 June 2015

We loved dining at the Rex Numitor, and on returning to Merida decided to try the Capitolina upstairs. We had a suite with two bedrooms and one bath for one traveling couple and accompanying grandchild. The bed was very comfortable. The bathroom, while quite small, was well-fitted out, even with an electrical outlet for a hair curler or the like. The living room and bedroom lighting was essentially all ceiling lights, and it would be nice to have a floor lamp of some kind by the sofa. WiFi was excellent.

We arrived in late afternoon and there was someone in the restaurant who checked us in, but the morning we left there was no one and we had no instructions on returning the key. And there was just one key, a bit of a nuisance if we wanted to go out separately. It was pleasant to have a small kitchen, however, and the staff had left bread, butter and jam, milk and cereal for our breakfast.

Our suite, #3, had just a tiny view of the Alcazar. If a larger view is important to you, consult carefully when you book your room. The location is very good, with the Alcazar and Roman Bridge immediately nearby and a short stroll to the Roman Theater, etc. And dinner is very close indeed!

Date of stay: June 2015
Trip type: Travelled with family
2  Thank Purmamarca
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Reviewed 9 May 2015 via mobile

We booked this hotel through Booking.com and based on the Trip Advisor reviews. We requested an early check in between 1000 -1100 and received a confirmation email to say this had been approved by the Aparthotel.
Firstly, it is the most difficult place to find. Signage is next to zero and we spent the greater part of an hour looking for and asking directions to this hotel (no one knew where it was, so that didn't help). What is signed is the restaurant next door which has a completely different name and we had actually walked past the Hotel twice without realising it.
When we finally arrived, the door was closed. We knocked and knocked - no answer. We telephoned - no answer. We phoned Booking.com in the UK (an expensive call) and they tried to contact them as well - no answer. Booking.com apologised and said they would try to find us alternate accommodation (as it turned out, we found our own as it was quicker). You can imagine what is would be like wandering around with cases and nowhere to go!
Later in the day around 5pm, we passed Aparthotel again and the door was open but there was no one at the desk. We ventured into the restaurant to ask if the hotel had closed down and the lady in the restaurant was the reception person for the hotel.
She spoke no English and we spoke no Spanish, so we used Google Translate to communicate.
She assumed we had turned up for our reservation. We explained what had happened and how disappointed we were. She said reception doesn't open until 12 noon. Fortunately we had kept the email which showed our early check in. However she continued to insist that reception didn't open until midday.
She led us to believe that she was sorry for the error and everything would be sorted and there would not be a charge, so you can imagine the shock next day when we received an email charging us for a 'no-show'.
After more communication with Booking.com all was sorted, fortunately.
We were only in Merida for one day and this mis-communication severely impacted on our time here.
I cannot comment on the rooms for obvious reasons, however I would not recommend this hotel because of the issues above. If you do stay here, be aware of the difficulty of finding the place, the reception hours and the language barrier.

Date of stay: May 2015
Trip type: Travelled as a couple
1  Thank DiR46
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Paulino A, Propietario at Aparthotel Capitolina, responded to this reviewResponded 11 May 2015
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Estimados señores:
En primer lugar le vuelvo a pedir disculpas por lo ocurrido, pero me va a permitir que con todo respeto contradiga sus palabras.
Es cierto que estamos en pleno centro de esta bonita ciudad, (Patrimonio de la Humanidad ) que como todas las ciudades de estas características, es de calles estrechas y sinuosas, en las que a veces resulta difícil ver lo que está muy cerca. Para mayor dificultad en el centro histórico de la ciudad no se permite poner carteles, grandes, de información para guardar una uniformidad en todo el centro, esto a veces puede volver al viajero cansado de un viaje un poco loco.
Es cierto que usted hizo una solicitud de entrada en el hotel anterior a lo que el hotel tiene por norma, que es a partir de la 13.00 horas, pues todos los clientes tienen la estancia permitida hasta las 12.00 y tenemos un margen de una hora para la limpieza del apartamento antes de la entrada del nuevo cliente.
Como también es cierto que el hotel le comunico que era posible, pues la recepción abre a las 12.00horas (por favor lea las observaciones que se le enviaron junto con la aceptación de su petición), tenga en cuenta que la confirmación de booking.com es automática y no permite otra opción excepto el apartado de las observaciones.
Se les estuvo esperando todo el día y cuando vinieron por la tarde tremendamente ofuscados se intento comprender en la medida de lo posible y su reserva fue dada por no presentada sin cobrar absolutamente nada , no es cierto que se le cobrase nada ni en el hotel , ni en booking.com aun estando en nuestro derecho de poder hacerlo.
Comentarle también que nuestro hotel es pequeño consta tan solo de Cuatro Apartamentos en el centro de nuestra bella ciudad y nos gusta dar buen servicio. Lamento que a causa nuestra su estancia se viese truncada. Es cierto que cuando ustedes estuvieron por la tarde, la persona que les recibió no habla Ingles, perfectamente, pero el resto de compañeros y compañeras si dominan el ingles y otros idiomas.
Sentimos enormemente no haber cumplido con sus expectativas como hotel y como ciudad, esperamos mejorar día a día.

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