InterContinental Presidente Mexico City

Topnotch Tower

fromUSD $213*night
Includes all taxes & fees
*Based on a 3 night stay, from Fri, Dec 20 to Mon, Dec 23. Perks may not apply to this rate. view this rate

Mexico City, Mexico

InterContinental Presidente Mexico City

Topnotch Tower

What it is

A 42-story skyscraper with 700 rooms, six toothsome restaurants (including a steakhouse), an indulgent spa, and a gym with TRX and rowing that’s open 24-hours.

What it isn't

Poorly serviced. The hotel rolls out the reddest red carpet for guests so you never have to lift a finger. You’ll find an aerobics instructor on-site, doctor on-call, nannies at-the-ready for date night, dry-cleaning pickup, secretarial services…the list goes on.

What we think

“Viva la Mexico” takes on new meaning at the legendary InterContinental Presidente, where local touches imbue the towering world-class hotel with regional charm. Guest rooms were designed by Mexican fashion brand Pineda Covalín—beloved for their silk scarves, like a south of the border Hermès—and, fittingly, feature their designs on pillows and bed covers. We love that each one has everything an ascendant business icon or vagabond family requires, including iPod docking stations, blackout blinds, a stocked minibar, 42”-flat screen TVs, and spa-like bathrooms with a rain shower. Guest rooms start at 344 square feet; if you’re hoping to sprawl out even further, we love the 1 King Presidential Suite….the 1,365 square foot floor plan includes a kitchenette and living room, and has a prime panorama of Chapultepec Park.

You're here because

You kind of loathe leaving the hotel for dinner after a long day of touring, so the six restaurant options—including a gastronomic Mexican joint that serves red deer sopes and lacquered duck tacos with black mole—have you salivating.

The Moment

You didn’t expect to find one of the best French meals you’ve ever had in Mexico City, but Au Pied De Cochon—the hotel’s very own outpost of the 1947 Parisian original—has you swooning. From your cool leather banquette, everything tastes like Paris feels…exquisite…from the confit suckling pig to the Burgundy escargots drizzled in Peregil’s butter.

Restaurants & Bars

Chapulin - A Mexican restaurant inspired by the country's history with a homemade touch.

The Palm - Discover fresh salads, Prime steaks and other specialties

Au Pied De Cochon - Offering traditional French dishes

Alfredo Di Roma - Authentic Italian cuisine with a selection of hors d'oeuvres, entrés and desserts.

Café Urbano - A buffet during breakfast and light dishes for lunch and dinner

Balmoral - A traditional English tea room

Tokoya Nigiri Bar - A unique speakeasy that offers an unbeatable experience for diners


A block from the aforementioned Chapultepec Park (the second largest in all of Latin America) and the Museo Nacional de Antropologia—where ancient Mayan artifacts await.

Campos Eliseos 218
Mexico City, 11560

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