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I've stayed at this hotel several times over the past fifteen years, usually because other places were fully booked. It's noisy, dirty, old, and unfriendly. The elevator is constanly breaking down, the hot water is often off for days at a time. The staff can...More
I stayed at the Marsol based on the wonderful reviews and was horribly disappointed.
I've lived and traveled extensively around Latin America and have yet to encounter a budget hotel that was this awful. It fulfilled every bad Mexican stereotype--cockroaches in the shower, no water,...More
If you want a fancy hotel, the Marsol is not for you. But if you can spot a good deal when you see it - come to the Marsol.
We've visited six years in the row, and we'll return this year (2005.)
The staff is...More
Hotel Marsol...Perfect Location but lacks hospitality and cleanliness. Bathrooms were verty unsanitary, kitchenette was dirty also. The only nice thing was the view and location. If the owners would take a little pride in their hotel..it would be great..we left after only one night and...More
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you need to buy a calling card that you can make calls from the US or Canada and call the hotel direct its011-52-322-222-1365 or now you can go through travago but you are better off paying cash at the hotel its cheaper... More
you need to buy a calling card that you can make calls from the US or Canada and call the hotel direct its011-52-322-222-1365 or now you can go through travago but you are better off paying cash at the hotel its cheaper because you get a good rate at the mexican bank down the street or the atm and no middle man they should take your reservation on the phone free....
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"Ocean-front suites go for a little more per night, but include full kitchens, and huge windows that open..."