InterContinental Presidente Mexico City
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Today we headed to Philadelphia. We were able to stay in our hotel until 2pm but we weren't flying out until 1.30am. We were hoping to keep our bags in our hotel reception so we could spend the afternoon in Mexico, but after sleeping late, then checking out at 1.30pm, the hotel wouldn't hold our bags for us and it was raining really hard outside. So instead we chose to go straight to the airport and kill time there. We looked for a locker storage for ...
... to spend some time on the beach this trip, hopefully under the sun, before travelling up to the United States. Our budget Mexican airline left about forty minutes late, which isn't too bad, and we made most of it up on the way, landing in Cancún at about 5:pm.
We had booked a studio with cooking facilities in a condominium on the beach towards the south end of the hotel strip. It was only 13km from the airport, but to get there by public transport would have ...
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Historical Traveler Reviews InterContinental Presidente Mexico City
Great hotel, excellent service !!!!!!!!
If you want a trouble free stay, with outstanding service, then this is the place to stay in Mexico City. Great hotel and excellent staff, specially the persons in charge of the Club Lounge on the 39th floor. Wonderful experience.
Very clean room and good service with a polite and friendly staff. The restaurants were pricey but the food was great in every one of them. Was there for business and would stay there again if I go back to Mexico City.
Enjoyed our stay
I enjoyed my stay at the Presidente. The restaurants were excellent and the concierge services helped us see the city and travel to and from a work location.
My partner and I have both travelled to numerous coastal cities in Mexico over the years - however, this was our first trip to Mexico City.
The hotel restaurants charge a cover charge to eat in the restaurant
Loved the area
Food was great. Hotel room was average at best. Facilities of the hotel were great. They need some work booking alacarte dinners, you have to book the morning you want to go and the lineup is horrendous and if you're not early you won't get in.
Noisy but a nice view
I stayed in this hotel for over two weeks, the view was fantastic - especially if you are on the park side of the hotel. Rooms were quite large but poor noise insulation - both to the side and above. The staff also started cleaning the rooms at about 8am - no fun if you're trying to sleep late. Why did they vacuum the hall at 8am !! No pool and outrageous price for breakfast (US$18 !!). A typical big business hotel that will rip everyone off as if they were fat businessmen on company expense accounts.
Mexico City Now
If your are a first timer to Mexico City, try the Presidente Intercontinetel Hotel located in the the Polanco District. A beautiful hotel wtih a professional staff that are willing and ready to greet and handle all your requests in this giant metropolitan. The Polanco District is filled with chic restuarants and hotels. And if you love shopping, get ready for many stand alone designer stores. Tree lined and friendly, the Polanco gives a little intamacy to a city that literally can take your breath away.
Absolutely a Must!
This hotel is a must if you are staying in Mexico City. Wonderful area and views, rooms are modern and sleek, extremely clean and friendly.
This hotel rivals anything I have experienced in the states. Excellent service, accomodations, staff, shopping and food. Security is fantastic. Highly recommend it.