Travel Mexico: Coqui Coqui Valladolid

Travel Mexico: Coqui Coqui Valladolid

When Davin and I arrived at the hotel as soon as we walked through the door we were greeted with a myriad of colors, textiles, tiles, and beautiful international decor that makes up the Coqui Coqui Valladolid lobby. After a warm welcome we were led to our room accompanied with fresh orange juice, and homemade chocolate. Our room was a white wash of romance and elegance- every detail playing a small part in the story. In short, we were in heaven.


We spent our time in Valladolid enjoying the city and all that it has to offer. Our favorite part of this trip was taking a five minute drive to a nearby cenote, which I had previously never heard of. They are basically giant underground sinkholes that you can swim in- SO MUCH FUN and so refreshing. We were lucky enough to get them practically empty! If you ever find yourself in this part of the world it is my number one recommendation, second would be eating traditional mayan dishes, and third would be to watch Valladolid's history projected in an animated movie form onto an old church. Such a fun city, and definitely worth the travel!

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