Hotel Marlowe

Independencia, 17, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 06050, Mexico | 3 star hotel
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Location

This 3 star hotel, located in the Alameda Park area of Mexico City, is near Mixquic, Mercado de las Flores de Nativitas, Colonia Roma, and Archaeological Museum of Xochimilco.
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    TravelPod Member ReviewsHotel Marlowe Mexico City

    Reviewed by gejo

    Good value for money

    Reviewed Aug 18, 2011
    by (2 reviews) , Greece Flag of Greece

    The hotel is close to Zocalo (15 min. walking) and offers cheap nice and clean rooms. We had an overall pleasant stay. The only drawback is the street where it is situated, as it is a bit dark when the night falls.

    This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

    TripAdvisor Reviews Hotel Marlowe Mexico City

    4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
     

    Travel Blogs from Mexico City

    7. The bus ride isn't quite what I'm used to

    A travel blog entry by mlloyd on Jul 14, 2012

    ... chairs set up in the shade. I’d seen something similar on state highways in Arizona on the Navajo reservation near the Grand Canyon, though they were selling trinkets, not food. What I have not seen in the US are police armed with machine guns at toll booths (and I hope I never do).

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    Shaken But Not Stirred

    A travel blog entry by macfarlanei on Dec 10, 2011

    ... what they said but their actions spoke volumes and they just shrugged their shoulders. Personally I was left with a feeling of elation and uncertainty. At its worse It felt like I was on an Alton Towers rollercoaster and as it did not last that long I was left with the sense of being cheated. The uncertainty came from the reaction of the locals that headed for the street, and there were many; maybe my own ignorance was a blessing on this occassion.
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    Mummies and Tazzies

    A travel blog entry by colin on Jun 26, 2011

    19 photos

    ... had a tv with the NZ game.

    We decided to do a tour of the area the next day as it was cheap, and easier than trying to get around by taxi and/or bus. We visited the museum of mummies. This was a bit odd. Apparently in 1870 the local authorities introduced a tax which you had to pay for perpetual burial, if the tax wasn't paid they exhumed you. The bodies on display were all taken from above ground crypts. About one per ...

    Getting our tourist on

    A travel blog entry by stanlee84 on Dec 02, 2010

    7 comments, 9 photos

    ... the newfound land while you pray for the next stop to be the one that will get you off that godforaken carriage.
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