General Info

The Venue

Centro Cultural Universitario

Calle 60 x 57. Mérida, México

All talks will be held in the Salón del Consejo Universitario, located on the ground floor of the Centro Cultural Universitario -commonly known as Edificio Central. It is a landmark XVIII century building at the heart of Mérida's historical quarters that has served as Office of the Rectorate for the past century.


Mérida is a city with a long hopitality tradition.  There are several different options, including executive and boutique hotels, online platforms, and customized lodging experiences. The main vanue of the conference is the Holiday Inn Express Centro in downtown. Is located half a block away from Centro Cultural Universitario, at the heart of Merida's historical quarter. The next hotels offer preferencial rates to GeLoMer participants.

Main venue

 For reservations, contact

or +(52)9996890194 ext 70005 Mention the International Meeting 2024  to access preferential rate of

$1,250MXN +Tax 

(breakfast included)

For reservations, contact 

+(52) 4433 1080 42

Mention the XI International Meeting on Lorentzian Geometry 2024  to access preferential rate of

$1,452MXN (w/o breakfast)

 For reservations, contact 

or +(52)9999 30 4141 ext 722  Mention Facultad de Matemáticas UADY  to access preferential rate of

$869MXN (w/o breakfast)


(breakfast included)

In this list we include some affordable lodging options in downtown that we have used in previous academic events


Founded in 1541 in the site of the ancient maya city of Tho, Mérida is nowadays a bustling city with nearly one million inhabitants. It is a city known for his intense cultural life, a rich history and a showcase of mexican cousine. It has been consistently voted as one of the top cities to live in Mexico. Mérida's historic quarter is the place for evening strolls and night outings, with fine dinning, tap rooms, old school cantinas and traditional mexican restaurants.


Located in the heart of the Yucatan Peninsula, the state of Yucatan has been the safest region of Mexico in the past decade. Its rich cultural background as well as its bounty of natural wonders has made it a favorite for tourists all around the world. From Colonial cities to mayan archeological sites, from wonderful beaches to cenotes (sink holes) and caves, there are plenty of activities to choose from. 

How to get here

The easiest way to get to Merida is by air.  Merida's airport "Manuel Cresencio Rejón" (MID) is connected to Mexico City's Benito Juarez International Airport by more than 10 daily flights. Alternatively, the closest main hub is Cancun International Airport (CUN), which offers daily flights to many European cities. There are hourly bus departures from Cancun to Mérida. The trip takes about three hours.