Based on other reviews, we chose Hotel Marlowe for our recent stay in Mexico City, and were not disappointed. The hotel is located approximately one block south from the Bellas Artes and the start of the main pedestrian walk that leads to the Plaza de la Constitucion which makes access to many of the main attractions in the Centro Historico within walking distance.
The hotel itself is fairly modern with a nicely-decorated spacious lobby and a bright, airy restaurant. The rooms are not large but were clean and had everything that we needed to make for a comfortable stay - you likely will not be spending much time in the room anyway as there is so much to see and do!
Access to both the subway and bus systems from the hotel is also easy. We used the subway to visit Chapultepec Park, which is a large park containing several museums, including the world-famous Museo Nacional de Antropologia, which is a must-see. The use of the subway is fairly easy, but it would be advisable to have some basic Spanish. The subway stations have names and symbols which are also posted inside the subway cars so you can easily follow your route to your exit. We also used the bus system (electric bus on Lazaro Cardenas), which uses the same name and symbol system as the subway, to get to the main Terminal Norte bus station, where we caught a bus to the nearby Teotihuacan ruins.
For the location and price, I do not think that we could have found a better place to stay in Mexico City.
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