Casa Marlene

Calle 39 No 197 x 38 y 40,Valladolid,Mexico

  • Experience World-class Service at Casa Marlene

    This small historic hotel is located in Villadolid’s historic centre and features free breakfast and a shared hot tub with massaging jets. Casa Marlene also offers a furnished terrace. Each room at this quaint property comes with air conditioning and a private bathroom with a shower and toilet. All rooms have a flat-screen TV, and some boast an en-suite spa bath. The property can prepare typical dinners for guests at an extra cost, and there are many other dining options, including a sandwich shop, within 2 km. Guests will find the region’s famous “cenote” swimming holes within 5 km of Casa Marlene, and the ancient ruins of Chichen-Itza are less than 45 km away. Cancun’s International Airport is a 1.5-hour drive away.


    • Airport Shuttle
    • Fitness Facility
    • Internet
    • Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Swimming Pool
    • Laundry Services
    • Television
    • Non Smoking
    • Spa
    • Bar
    • Breakfast
  • reviews

    • 3rd Stay.....It feels like home

      Reviewed 28 July 2019

      We stayed 2 nights this past July. I cant imagine staying anywhere else in Valladolid. It just wouldnt be right. Senor and Senora Sosa are the nicest people. They always go out of their way to make all of their guests feel special. The staff is outstanding. We love them so much. They are the reason we will continue to come back to the Casa Marlene. I cry every time I leave.

    • Go there!

      Reviewed 21 July 2019

      We came to Casa Marlene as Casa Tia Mica was overbooked. A pleasant surprise because Casa Marlene even looked better and is next door. Free parking, great and clean rooms, tastefull breakfast, excellent service and a perfect place to walk into Valladolid.

    • A gem

      Reviewed 14 July 2019

      This is a really beautiful small hotel. The rooms are spacious and elegantly designed, and there is parking a few doors up. The location is a short walk to main squares with restaurants and shops. Breakfast was really good and the staff speak very good english. Would stay here again if visiting this lovely city.

    • Entire staff went out of their way

      Reviewed 28 May 2019

      Our daughter became ill the morning of our arrival and the family that runs the hotel and their staff went out of their way to accomodate her and make her comfortable. The hotel is furnished with antiques and family heirlooms which provides a unique experience. Our hosts provided dining recommendations and visitor tips. The breakfast was delicious and included mamey, a local fruit. Location is ideal, a few blocks to Cenote Zaci and the main plaza.

    • Just stunning

      Reviewed 19 April 2019

      Casa Marlene was an oasis of magic in the small town of Valladolid. As soon as you walk through the door, from the bustling and traffic ridden streets, you are transported into a tropical haven. The owners and staff could not have been more helpful or accommodating. We chose the Don Luis room, it was decorated in the old colonial style but had the amenities of a modern room with air con, fridge, walk in shower and jacuzzi bath. We used the jacuzzi bath only once as I felt it was a total waste of water to actually fill it up! In the well kept garden there was a swimming pool, jacuzzi and peaceful deck on which to chill. Breakfast was served between 7.30am and 9.30ish but flexible. The whole affair was amazing, a starter of fruit , yogurt and granola followed by and egg dish with refined beans and garnish, there was also a pudding but we didnt indulge. Fresh juice, coffee, tea and cereals were available on the side. In all, we were treated like a king and queen at this hotel and would strongly recommend staying here. Valladolid was not as pretty as Merida and didnt have the same culinary options. We ate at the Marquis hotel most evenings and the food was outstanding however I felt that this was the only decent Mexican choice. We also took the local ADO, oriented bus to chichen itza and this cost 2 return and 3/4 hour. Get the earliest bus to avoid the crowds. We got there at 9.00 and left at 11.00. Entrance to chichen was 20 unless you can get away with being Mexican. Another marvel of Valledolid was Casa de los Venados a collection of Mexican art in a private house. A tour starts at 1.00pm and takes about an hour.


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