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InterContinental Hotels PRESIDENTE MEXICO CITY

Campos Eliseos 218,Col. Chapultepec Polanco
Mexico City 11560
Nightly Rates: (USD$184.00 - USD$319.00)
TripAdvisor Traveler Rating: 4.5 of 5 stars
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Hotel Description:

Located in the exclusive Polanco district, this cosmopolitan hotel offers a traditional Mexican experience. Enjoy the delicious cuisine of our six restaurants, relax in the spa and take advantage of our meetings rooms to get ahead with work. Nearby you will find Presidente Masaryk Avenue, where you can find stores such as Chanel and Cartier. Discover treasures that date from the Aztecs in the National Museum of Anthropology and live an unforgettable tour in the Chapultepec Castle

Check In:  3:00 PM
Check Out:  12:00 PM

Native currency:  American Dollars
Number of floors:  42
Number of rooms:  700
Number of suites:  33
Time zone:  GMT


Chapulin: Mexican restaurant of the gastronomic vanguard opened in August 2014. It is inspired by the country's history, traditions and pays tribute to its diversity and cultural wealth with a homemade touch. You can enjoy fusion cuisines such as Fideo Tomato Soup
The Palm: The Palm was created in 1926 in Little Italy, New York by two Italian immigrants named Pio Bozzi and Jhon Ganzi. In April 1996, The Palm restaurant was opened in Mexico inside Presidente InterContinental Mexico City Hotel. It is known for its wood decorat
Au Pied de Cochon: Classic French restaurant, created in a market named "Les Halles" in Paris in 1947. Opened in Mexico City in June 2000 with the highest quality standards to be enjoyed each day of the year for 24 hours. It is a nouveau decoration style with marble and woo
Alfredo Di Roma:
Caf Urbano: A new and original urban concept where you can find a breakfast buffet that includes exotic fruits to choose from, fresh juices, exquisite pastries and delicious specialties. For lunch and dinner, we offer a menu where you can find light dishes with organ
Balmoral: Exclusive Tea and tisanes that will make you feel in a traditional English tea room.
Epicentro Gin & Tonic Mixology Bar: Specialized in Gin & Tonic, offers unique creations plus multiple brands of whisky, vodka, caviar, champagne and 66 different Tequilas in a casual atmosphere with live music in the evenings. Open Monday thru Sunday, from 11am to 1am.


Fitness center on-site
Childrens's program - During weekends the hotel has a "ChiquiClub" where specialized staff members take care of your kids. They are given safety bracelets for identification. We also include special activities and a children's buffet designed to make your kids feel at home.

Room Info:

Meal included - continental breakfast, CD player, Bathrobe, Weight scale
Meal included - continental breakfast, Free newspaper, CD player, DVD player, Video games, Kitchenette, Microwave, Mini-refrigerator, Refrigerator, Refrigerator with ice maker, Bathrobe, Separate closet, Bidet, Laundry basket/clothes hamper, Weight scale
superior room: TV
deluxe room: TV
superior room: TV
standard room: TV
deluxe room: TV
1 king bed: TV
king bed: TV
1 king bed club chapultepec view: TV
1 king bed polanco view: TV
1 king bed executive club polanco view: TV
two double bed chapultepec park view: TV
2 double bed polanco view: TV
2 bed wheelchair accesible: TV
suite 2 double: TV
presidential suite: TV
master suite: TV
1 king bed suite: TV
presidential suite: TV

Meeting Facilities:

Uxmal: Services can be contracted separately in the hotel.
Coba: Services can be contracted separately in the hotel.
Tulum: Services can be contracted separately in the hotel.
Mitla: Services can be contracted separately in the hotel.
Palenque: Services can be contracetd separately in the hotel.
Tajin: Services can be contracted separately
Castillo: Services can be contracted separately
Castillo AI-2:
Castillo A3-4:
Castillo A5-6:
Castillo B1:
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Castillo B3:
Bosques: Services can be contracted separately.
Fuentes: Services can be contracted separately.
Flores: Services can be contracted separately.
Feria: Services can be contracted separately.
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Hotel Amenities:

(additional fees may apply to certain amenities)

  • Accessible facilities
  • Bathtub
  • Cocktail lounge
  • Concierge desk
  • Desk with lamp
  • Gift/News stand
  • Housekeeping - weekly
  • Lounges/bars
  • On-Site parking
  • Premium movie channels
  • Room service
  • Separate line billing for multi-line phone
  • Technical concierge
  • Transportation services - local area
  • Two-line phone
  • Wireless internet connection
  • Air conditioning individually controlled in room
  • Beauty shop/salon
  • Coffee/Tea maker
  • Connecting rooms
  • Direct dial telephone
  • Golf
  • Interior corridors
  • Meeting rooms
  • Parking
  • Private bathroom
  • Safe
  • Shops and commercial services
  • Tennis court
  • Travel agency
  • Valet parking
  • Wireless internet connection in public areas
  • Airline desk
  • Bell staff/porter
  • Color television
  • Converters/ Voltage adaptors
  • Dry cleaning
  • Hairdryer
  • Ironing board
  • Minibar
  • Pay per view movies on TV
  • Restaurant
  • Safe deposit box
  • Spare electrical outlet available at desk
  • Tour/sightseeing desk
  • Trouser/Pant press
  • Valet same day dry cleaning
  • Baby sitting
  • Car rental desk
  • Complimentary newspaper in lobby
  • Cribs
  • Electrical adaptors available
  • Housekeeping - daily
  • Late check-out available
  • Non-smoking
  • Pets allowed
  • Rollaway bed
  • Satellite television
  • Stereo
  • Transportation
  • Turn down service
  • Voice mail

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Ciudadela MarketTip: If you are looking for affordable original items this is the place to visit. This is one of the city's most colourful handicraft markets, with stalls built around an open courtyard.

Fonart HandicraftsTip: Features works by top artisans from all over Mexico. Wonderful place to shop for Mexican folk art and to stock up on souvenirs.

Art GardenTip: Don't be afraid to haggle. Here you can buy paintings and sculptures directly from the artists.

LiverpoolTip: Ask for a 'monedero electr nico' card which will give you discounts. Largest retail store in Mexico City.

Palacio de HierroTip: At the end of each season the best brands have their prices slashed. All the main brands in one store.

San Juan Handicrafts MarketTip: You can get discounts ranging from 20% to 50% off. One of the city's oldest and most traditional markets, it features handicrafts from throughout the country, from Olinala; lacquer ware to Talavera ceramics from Puebla.

Centro Comercial Santa FeTip: It has a children's centre called: Kidzania'. The excellent staff will look after young ones while you shop. The biggest shopping mall in the city.

Plaza Sat liteTip: Very pleasant and helpful staff. Top brands, good restaurants and amenities.

Centro Platero TamagnoTip: I recommend Plateria Rafael. It's where Brad Pitt bought his souvenirs when he was in the city. Here you'll find inexpensive handicrafts made out of silver.

Pasaje PolancoTip: Some good restaurants and coffee shops can also be found here. A good spot to shop for locally made handicrafts.

Antara Fashion MallThe Fashion Mall Center was designed by renowned Mexican architect Javier Sordo Madaleno. The mall hosts several concerts, fashion shows, and expos throughout the year. It is composed of 3 separate stories and is home to over 100 stores, 6 gourmet restaur

Centro Banamex

Feria de Chapultepec



Benito Juarez International Airport

Club de Golf CoralCoral Golf Club is a comprehensive sports and recreation development. It is not only for golfers, but also for those who want to practice sports activities, with professional and/or pleasant moments with your family and friends.

Modern Art MuseumVisit the Modern Art Museum on the corner of Reforma and Gandhi Av. One of the most important modern art galleries in the city.

Outdoor Picture ExhibitionWalk around the fascinating outdoor picture exhibition on Reforma and Gandhi Av. You will find themed paintings on the walls of the Benito Juarez Children Centre.

Lincoln ParkParque Lincoln is great for walking or jogging, and for the temporary exhibitions at 'La Casita'.

Castillo de ChapultepecVisit Castillo de Chapultepec. You'll find this architectural jewel, which is now a historical museum, inside Chapultepec Park.

Chapultepec ZooYou can easily while away two hours in Chapultepec Zoo. Founded in 1923, it is home to more than 2000 animals. Entry is free.

Palacio NacionalDating back to 1693 the Mexican government palace sits on the site of Monteczuma's residence. Inside you'll find a collection of murals painted by Diego Rivera. One particularly famous mural condenses two thousand years of Mexican history. Admission is fr

Chapultepec ParkInside the park you will find a circuit called 'La Milla' where the local people go to jog. Open from 5am to 5pm.

Presidente Masaryk AvenueIf you are looking for the main shopping brands from New York, don't forget to visit this Avenue. Also a good place to stroll along and people-watch.

Museum AreaThe Anthropology Museum, the Rufino Tamayo Museum, the Modern Art Museum and the National History Museum are all within walking distance of each other and will give you a very detailed and accurate insight into Mexico's colourful history.

Anthropology MuseumThe most important museum of Mexican history.

Arena MexicoTip: Performances every Friday at 8.30 pm. For tickets ask the concierge. Rowdy and spectacular, Mexican wrestling is great fun. All wrestlers wear colourful masks and dress in costumes depicting good or evil.

Estadio AztecaTip: You can book your tickets with the concierge. If you like football (soccer), don't forget to visit its cathedral - the historical Estadio Azteca.

National AuditoriumTip: You can get your tickets three months in advance. Ask the concierge. All the major performances and concerts are held in this spectacular auditorium.

Plaza de Toros MexicoTip: Ask the concierge for the calendar and we can get the tickets in advance. The biggest bullring in the world, where the most famous bullfighters ply their trade. There are two seasons a year - the best starts in October and finishes in May

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