Presidente InterContinental Mexico City

4.5 out of 5 stars4.5 Stars

Campos Eliseos 218, Colonia Polanco, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 11560, Mexico
InterContinental Presidente Mexico City
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Hotels.com InterContinental Travelocity

85%

Satisfaction Very Good
Excellent
40%
150
Very Good
28%
107
Average
17%
65
Poor
8%
32
Terrible
5%
20

Value Score Poor Value

Costs 62% more than similarly rated 4.5 star hotels

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Good For Families
  • Families76
  • Couples66
  • Solo76
  • Business74

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Forum Posts

San Cristobal via Chetumal or Campeche?

by gregantoniou

We are a gay couple and we have only 14 days in Mexico at the begining of December. We fly from London to Cancun, but we prefer to travel around (perhaps even up to Oaxaca) than stay at an all-inclusive by an artificial beach.
Our list of "want to visit" is already almost unrealistic, so we are very open to suggestions about what is better. So, one of our main questions is: Is it better to travel to San Cristobal via Tulum/Chetumal or via Campeche?
Also, would it be better to spend a few days in Isla Holbox, or Cozumel?
Thanks in advance for your suggestions.

Re: San Cristobal via Chetumal or Campeche?

by pencho15

Mexico has a lot to offer, it is great that you have decided to get to know the country instead of locking yourself up in a hotel.
I have not yet traveled to the south east of Mexico where you will spend most of your time, but if you want to travel to San Cristobal by bus then your best choice will be to travel from Campeche, Chetumal and Tulum are further away from Chiapas, and the highway you need to take will pass through Campeche anyway.
If you are traveling by plane then you should find flights from both places to Tuxtla Gutiérrez, Chiapas capital city, from where you can easily reach San Cristobal.

Re: San Cristobal via Chetumal or Campeche?

by Odinnthor

I agree with the above response. Chetumal is mainly a gateway into Belize, and would be a bit out of the way on your route to San Cristobal. Good luck....d:o)

Re: San Cristobal via Chetumal or Campeche?

by gregantoniou

Thank you very much, I had the impression that there is also a more rural route to go from Chetumal to San Cristobal.

Re: San Cristobal via Chetumal or Campeche?

by gregantoniou

Thank you for the confirmation of Pencho15's answer. By the way, your pictures are wonderful.

Re: San Cristobal via Chetumal or Campeche?

by Odinnthor

Thanks for the visit to my pages! Cheers mate......d:o)

Travel Tips for México

Mexico

by scaravaggio

"Teotithuacan"

For those VTs who are taken with architecture, history, and legend, Teotithuacan is not to be missed.

"Guanajuato"

Although I've been to Mexico many times, I never tire of the states of Guanajuato and Michoacan.

"Puerto Vallarta"

For those who prefer to just lay back and have the familiar at their fingertips, Puerto Vallarta is ideal. During the 1980s, I must have gone there more than a dozen times. Then, again, I was living in the upper midwest and dealing in temperatures with negative numbers. The last time I was in PV was about 9 years ago.

HOMELAND

by martonius

"SOME LANDSCAPE AND CULTURE"

TEOTENANGO
A few known archaeological zone in the State of México (central Mexico) just 60 kilometers (some 90 miles) away from Mexico´s Capital city.
Nice place to enyoy a walk throug a stone pavement road that leads up on a hill where the archaeological monuments are.

Mexico City

by jeffthomas

"Trip 1"

Travelled to with three others to Mexico City to install Motion Picture Film Processing Machine. Spent five weeks there and only did limited sight-seeing but did see the pyramids at Teotihuacan and did a tour out to Puebla stopping at Toltec City to see the pyramid and the '365' churches. Also saw parts of the city including the Main Plaza City Square with the Palace, Cathederal etc.

"Trip 2"

Went back to Mexico City to complete installation of the machine. This time was only for two weeks and I went alone. Less time this trip to sight-see, but did get to see the Anthropology Museum, the Olympic Stadium, Cuicuilco Pyramid and the Xochimilco Floating Gardens

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Address: Campos Eliseos 218, Colonia Polanco, Mexico City, Central Mexico and Gulf Coast, 11560, Mexico