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Quinta Cha Nab Nal

Nestled within jungle foilage and a short distance from Palenque ruins
Chiapas HolidaysMexico Holidays· 8 Rooms · £

Immerse in the rich heritage of Palenque

Within the verdant jungle flora, Quinta Cha Nab Nal in Palenque is a captivating homage to the ancient Maya city's palace building.

Just 3km from the archaeological site of Palenque, every aspect of this retreat resonates with the spirit of the ancient city, from the architectural shapes to the regal throne-like chairs and ornate headboards.

The spacious suites are adorned with vibrant Chiapas-style bed covers and traditional Maya wall hangings, creating an immersive atmosphere. Modern comforts such as ceiling fans, air conditioning, and a stocked refrigerator ensure a comfortable stay. The generously appointed bathrooms feature Botanicus and Sak Po amenities, locally crafted for an authentic touch.

A cascade of tranquillity awaits at the swimming pool, reminiscent of the waterfalls in the vicinity of Palenque. The soothing sounds of nature envelop you as you cool off in its refreshing waters. As night falls, indulge in the jacuzzi for a serene and atmospheric experience.

The on-site restaurant offers a culinary journey, offering authentic Maya dishes like rabbit in chirimol sauce and freshwater fish cooked in banana leaves. Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, the restaurant also presents international and Italian options in an intimate, romantic setting.

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January

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February

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March

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April

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May

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June

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July

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August

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September

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November

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