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Campos Eliseos 218, Polanco, Mexico City 11560, Mexico | +52 55 5327 7700
Courtesy of InterContinental Presidente Mexico City
Price Range
$$$ ($351 to $500/night)
Amenities
Free WiFi, Kids program or on-site childcare
Features
Modern style, Great views
Neighborhood
Polanco
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Exceptional service, large rooms, excellent on-site dining options, convenient location, and stellar views of Mexico's Auditorio Nacional (National Auditorium, with its massive Mexican flag flying in front) are all reasons to book a reservation at Mexico City's InterContinental Presidente in the posh Polanco neighborhood. Room decor is demure but absolutely comfortable, with plenty of outlets and workspace, details that are in line with the main client demographic: business travelers. While it's true that Polanco has more than its fair share of world-class restaurants, book a reservation for dinner at Chapulín, one of the InterContinental's own restaurants. Chef Josefina López Méndez oversees the kitchen, which turns out delicious and beautiful plates of traditional Mexican food with contemporary touches. Try the snapper in green mole (a sauce that's central to the Mexican cooking repertoire) and finish with a dessert of Delicia de Xocolatl del Chapulín, a chocolate cake served with strawberry and beet ice cream.

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InterContinental Presidente Mexico City

Exceptional service, large rooms, excellent on-site dining options, convenient location, and stellar views of Mexico's Auditorio Nacional (National Auditorium, with its massive Mexican flag flying in front) are all reasons to book a reservation at Mexico City's InterContinental Presidente in the posh Polanco neighborhood. Room decor is demure but absolutely comfortable, with plenty of outlets and workspace, details that are in line with the main client demographic: business travelers. While it's true that Polanco has more than its fair share of world-class restaurants, book a reservation for dinner at Chapulín, one of the InterContinental's own restaurants. Chef Josefina López Méndez oversees the kitchen, which turns out delicious and beautiful plates of traditional Mexican food with contemporary touches. Try the snapper in green mole (a sauce that's central to the Mexican cooking repertoire) and finish with a dessert of Delicia de Xocolatl del Chapulín, a chocolate cake served with strawberry and beet ice cream.