The Hacienda Uayamon is located on the Yucatan peninsula, 16 miles (26 kilometers) from Campeche airport. Hidden in a zone whose cultural wealth is comparable only with its natural attractions, the hacienda Uayamon offers not only an ideal place for resting, but also the possibility of visiting fascinating Maya ruins and Arquelogical sites.


The villas and suites located, in what have been former employee accommodations for the elite of the hacienda staff, have been fully restored and adapted to the hotel needs. A specific restoration project had been developed to express its particular architectonic personality by conserving the same spirit that its former and original owners gave to it. Thus, in some cases, the restoration of buildings brings together both contemporary and traditional aspects and the new spaces and elements serve above all to highlight the artistic and architectonic value of the haciendas original features. The interior design of the guestrooms and public areas was done by the well know Indonesian Arquitect Jaya Ibrahim giving this hacienda it’s very unique touch. Of course you will find in this hacienda as well the bulbous pegs set into the stone walls for hanging the woven cotton hammocks, for which Campeche is famous, to allow our guests sleep in the Mayan Style.

Room facilities:
* Air conditioned and ceiling fans
* 1 King or 2 twin beds
* Desk
* Wood closets (at least 2 in each room)
* Safety Box
* Direct dial phone
* Shower and bath tubs in all Villas (the suites have an exterior plunge pool).
* Bathrobes and daily change of amenities
* Private miniature exterior plunge pool in both suites
* Private terrace with Day bed in all guestrooms
* Mini bar
* Satellite TV in all guest rooms
* Mini Sound System with CD (only Suites)
* Hammock

Colonial Villa: Very privately located spacious villa with in its oversized bedroom a beautiful iron bed. Furthermore the villa counts with a large separate bathroom with bathtub and shower, an ample terrace and a unique day bed.

Colonial Suite: Located in the former charity hospital these very spacious suites feature a large bedroom with a kingsize bed and a sitting area, an ample bathroom and a private garden with a plunge pool and a day bed.


Complimentary services

– Bathrobes and slippers in all rooms
– Flower decoration and fruit platter at arrival
– Daily turn-down service
– Horseback riding
– Mountain bikes
– Swimming pool
– Mini tour through the property
– Games (chess, backgammon, cards, etc.)
– Mail services
– Library
– Professional assistance to prepare your personalized “A la Carte” tours
– Excursion basket with hand towels, Kleenex and repellent for each guest

Services available at extra cost

– Tours to the archeological sites with driver and/or bilingual guide
– Child care
– Spa services (massages, facials, body treatments, aromatherapy)
– Business services
– Internet services
– Romantic dinner in the gardens of the Hacienda
– Laundry


The State of Campeche was long part of Yucatan (it broke away on August 7, 1857) and shared it’s culinary history through the mid 19th century. Therefore the culinary delights of a typical Campechean kitchen come from the same mouth watering mixture of European and Mexican flavors as the “Yucatecan Cuisine”. A bit of history will explain this strong European influence. Once upon a time the Yucatecan peninsula was considered to be too far away and too difficult to reach from the rest of Mexico. Mountainous terrain and very poor roads kept the peninsula isolated. Having ports (Campeche was the principle port of Yucatan until well into the 19th century) with commercial and cultural contacts with Europe, (especially France), New Orleans, Cuba and Arab immigrants, the Campechanos were easily influenced by many aspects of these countries and cultures, such as dress, architecture and cooking, which explains why there is a lot of European flare in its cuisine.

Much of the ingredientes used in the menu is organic and comes from the gardens of any of the other haciendas of the group. Fresh-baked bread is “made at the hacienda” and the extremely fresh fish is broad in daily by the local fishermen you can find all along the main boulevard at the seaport of the city of Campeche.

Ingredients first used by the Maya include corn, beans, tomatoes, chiles, squash, chaya (a Spinach-like plant), avocado and achiote (annatto). The Spaniards introduced citrus fruit-limes and Seville oranges feature in many dishes, chicken, beef, dairy products, coriander, garlic, olives, oregano and rice. Pork, chicken and turkey are widely used in Yucatecan recipes, usually in conjunction with “recados”, which may contain “achiote”, Seville orange juice, pepper and chiles.

The hacienda Uayamon restaurant is located in the original main building of the hacienda. It features a closed air conditioned area but on request the staff of the hacienda will be more than pleased to prepare your table in the areas surrounding the restaurant. The menu proposes a blend of regional and international cuisine. With our chef Pilar Fosado leading the charge supervised by our executive chef Christian Bravo, he’ll show you how to fully grasp the gravity of this emblematic cuisine. He elides nothing offering all his secrets and your culinary knowledge and skills will blossom under his guidance. Pilar Fosado’s cuisine will melt in your hearts.

Once you arrive at the hacienda do not forget to ask your Host for our “Romantic Dinner” arrangements, just imagine your dinner for two served in a perfect hideaway were the grounds are lit by twinkling candles and the only noise you can hear is the sound of the more than 50 species of birds that live on the property. We can also take care of regional romantic music arrangements: the well known local “Trio”, just for the two of you.

Special Events

Imagine a uniquely creative event. From an elegant dinner with twinkling candles and antorches in the old machine room to a dinner in the middle of a Mayan Community hold in the magnificent main gardens of the hacienda.

Add our sales executive with the imagination and innovation to ensure the event exceeds all expectations. People who can collaborate with you in planning the ideal incentive experience.

Then picture all this in the luxurious surroundings of one of The Haciendas in the Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico. Each a prime location with it`s own distinctive style, offering a wide range of ideas for your special events and incentive travel. A colonial city or a historical resort, the choice is yours. And with every hacienda from Hacienda San Jose in Yucatan to Hacienda Puerta Campeche in the city of Campeche you are guaranteed superb Luxury Collection standards of service.

At The Haciendas the range of ideas and the variety of locations means every event taste can be catered for.

We believe that you deserve much more than just another ordinary event. So you can be sure that whichever Hacienda you choose, with whatever extraordinary event you ask us to stage, your stay will be characterized by just that little bit extra:

Extra creativity, extra professionalism, extra enthusiasm.

All in true The Haciendas style.