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Marlowe Hotel Mexico City3 Stars
Independencia 17 Centro Historico, Mexico Mexico D F 06050
This hotel is situated just two blocks from the Alameda park and is just a short stroll from the Zocalo and Cathedral.
Guests are offered comfortable rooms that are equipped with all the required standard amenities to ensure a pleasant stay.
The onsite restaurant serves a delicious International and National cuisine for you to enjoy.
At leisure, you can workout at the gymnasium and maintain your fitness regime throughout your stay in the hotel.
- 3 km to the City Centre
- 70 km to the Airport (Mexico)
- Gym / Fitness Facilities
- Room Service
- Colour TV
- Ensuite / Private Bathroom
- Mini Bar
Marlowe Hotel Mexico City Guest Reviews (6)
Small hotel with great restaurant close to down town historic center,,,,not a busy street and my room was quiet for night,,,,rooms are small,but sufficient and good hot water...
Siege wrote on November 30, 2012
This is hotel with good location to city center,good WiFi,clean but basic,no ice,street in front is bit run down with some homeless sleeping there and hotel is bit overpriced but we stayed there 3 times already because of it location; so, I would recommend it but it is not for everyone.
yola wrote on October 7, 2012
The lobby is impressive for a budget hotel. Front desk staff was absolutely indifferent to us at check in. Our presence alone seemed an inconvenience to them. Our room was extremely small with a double bed with just enough room to walk around it. The bathroom was very clean. The window looked out into a light shaft. The ceiling fan created too much noise to sleep under. Noise easily transmitted through the walls. Overall, unless saving 5-10 bucks on a room is important, there are better budget options el centro historico.
Bargain Explorer wrote on July 17, 2012
The Marlowe is a great value very central hotel (in the Centro Historico). The room was spotless and comfortable except the bed which was a bit on the hard side but that's the case in virtually every place I've stayed in Mexico. I didn't eat in the restaurant but it had a decent looking menu, mix of Mexican and European dishes. The street it's on, Independencia, is full of places to eat from tacquerias and fondas to cafes and a few white table cloth restaurants. It's about a block to the Parque Alameda, couple of blocks to the nearest Metro, and maybe a 10 minute walk to the Zocalo. I wouldn't hesitate to stay there again.
Cliff wrote on June 4, 2012
This hotel has mosquitoes, no AC. I am amazed that it is marked as 3-star. Its staff in the La Bufa restaurant refuse to speak English (only spanish). During an initial dinner we were charged more just because the waiter was unable to understand what we spoke. In general, a No-No for anyone visiting Mexico City.