Hotel Marbella

Frontera, 205, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06700, Mexico | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Mexico City


A travel blog entry by breadstickstu


... so kind and so eager to share & teach us about his beautiful country. We were so lucky to have Leo & Fabiloa, Mexico City was a crazy, busy mess of people and what shocked me the most is how little English was spoken anywhere. However no English meant for Stuie & I that our Spanish learning went into overdrive because soon enough Leo & Fabiola would be gone & we would have to fend for ourselves. Stuie has always been amazing at respecting and learning ...


A travel blog entry by minicooper


So far my time in Mexico City (DF) has been really great and different to how I expected it to be... Manuel picked me up from the airport and we arrived at his parent's house, his Mum had bought me a welcome balloon and made a small sign saying "bienvenida". That first night, we went to a very fancy restaurant with vallet parking, a grand piano and dessert trolley, a far cry from the internado meals. I tried a cream of "chile poblano", which Manuel assured me wasn't going to be ...

Mexico City

A travel blog entry by thelliotts


... at Azotea afterwards. It was a beautiful night.

I went to a great circuit training class at Rosewood and then I packed for our weekend. Next, off to Sabores y Salsa for lunch with Erica and Whitney, sisters and school friends. Located on Ancha, it is an organic, gluten free restaurant with a "prix fix" menu. Two other school moms were there and we all ate together. I had tortilla soup, salad, chilis en nogada and delicious cake (the ...

Day 27 - pyramids of Teotihuacan

A travel blog entry by jayandbob

This is a top pick!

... Bobbie had an ingrown toenail that was making it hard to work, so the odds were against us. Besides all the we had a great day, we kept sipping on our rashes of water and although we walked kilometers and climbed massive pyramids bobbies toe didn't get the better of her. The first pyramid we climbed was the biggest, the pyramid of the sun, where you can climb right to the top, we did it in 3 sections, the steps are very large and steep and it really ...


A travel blog entry by pablo_salma


... for our time in Mexico.

Thirdly, our hostel was situated in the most perfect of location, Colonial Roma. Roma had such a calm atmosphere considering we were in such a populated city. The neighbourhood was filled with beautiful parks and was within walking distance/small bus trips to some of Mexico cities museums and galleries. A highlight of this experience was definitely the Frida Kahlo museum - Mary ...


This hotel, located in the Zona Rosa area of Mexico City, is near Hacienda Yaxcopoil, Plaza de Armas, Plaza de Santo Domingo, and Government Palace.
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    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Marbella Mexico City

    3.50 of 5 stars Very Good