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All reviewspalacio de bellas artesel morogreat locationfront office staffrecommended hotelpurified waterthere is no air conditioningdefinitely stay at this hotel againpriced hotelalameda parkthree blocksnight's sleephistoric centervisited mexico cityspent nightsmetro stationnight stay
Stayed here as part of an Intrepid tour. Good location. Near to the sights in the city centre. Reception not particularly helpful. Wifi worked well where I was on the 1st floor. Unfortunately the room was so noisy with a rattling and banging noise late...More
Very good hotel to stay near the historic center, reception staff not very friendly, rooms do not have air conditioning. Wifi very bad. The best feature of this hotel is the location, as it is easy to walk near attractions, restaurants and souvenir markets, near...More
Great hotel, not to fancy , good with basic stuff, my spouse and I stayed there for 3 nights and we had no issues. safe area to walk at night. One block away from Bellas Artes and food and convenience stores all around.
This is a very good hotel in the Centro Historico. Nothing too fancy - 3 star. Rooms and bedding were very clean. Quiet. Beds comfortable, Purified water supply in room. Toiletries. Small sink area. In-room safe. Good value. Front desk staff was pleasant and helpful....More
Hotel is centrally located. Easy walk to nearby attractions and good restaurants. Front office staff were not very friendly or helpful. Rooms are not air conditioned, so you make do with a ceiling fan. The window to our room opened to a narrow alley, which...More
This beautiful park was once the playground for the wealthiest families in the colonial era, and is now the perfect place where locals and visitors can spend a sunny weekend afternoon to relax or shop for souvenirs at the market. Kids can run around or grab a bite of cotton candy while teens and adults wander around admiring the charming gardens and the sculptures that adorn it. Once the heat rises, it may
be time to visit one of the many cozy restaurants or cafés with its characteristic art nouveau facades to cool down and call it a day.
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Well the metro area of Mexico City is so big that there is no central bus terminal. If you are arriving from the north you'll arrive at the North Bus Terminal. There are also East, South, and West terminals. The Marlowe is... More
Well the metro area of Mexico City is so big that there is no central bus terminal. If you are arriving from the north you'll arrive at the North Bus Terminal. There are also East, South, and West terminals. The Marlowe is in the central area and probably equidistant from any of the terminals. From any of the terminals you should be able to take the subway (called the Metro) and go to either the Hidalgo or Bellas Artes stations. Metrobus is also very efficient and if you take that you can get out get out at their stops with the same names. Metrobus is above ground and the Metro is below ground. The stops are adjacent to the Alameda park. Once you are in the park cross the south side street called Juarez. The Marlowe is just one block south of Juarez, on Independencia Avenue. Enjoy! Once you get the feel for the city's transport system you'll do well and can easily get around to almost any place you want.