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Intercontinental Presidente Mexico City vs Best Western Majestic

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Intercontinental Presidente Mexico City vs Best Western Majestic



Intercontinental Presidente Mexico City
Best Western Majestic

 

Intercontinental Presidente Mexico City

Best Western Majestic

Address Campos Eliseos 218 Col Polanc
Mexico City
Av Madero 73 Col Centro
Mexico City
Phone 525553277700 52-55-55218600
Class 4 star 2 star
Price From $119.00 to $269.00 From $89.00 to $89.00
Floors 30 floors 7 floors
Rooms 661 rooms 84 rooms
Amenities Pets accepted
Family Rooms
Fitness center
Wheelchair accessible
Business center
Restaurant
Meeting rooms
Non-smoking rooms
Data port
Family Rooms
Wheelchair accessible
Restaurant
Non-smoking rooms
Data port


  1. Intercontinental Presidente Mexico City
  2. Best Western Majestic Hotel
Intercontinental Presidente Mexico City

The Presidente InterContinental is one of the most prestigious hotels in Mexico City. Ideally located in the upscale, highrise residential neighborhood of Polanco, the hotel is within walking distance of Chapultepec Park, several museums, and excellent restaurants. Towering 42 sleek, ultra-modern stories tall, the hotel features 659 elegant guest rooms, including 30 deluxe suites, each with a stunning view of the city or Chapultepec Park. World-class comfort, uncompromising standards, exquisite dining and a full range of personalized services are yours when you lodge at the Presidente InterContinental. The price includes the property*s resort fee.



Best Western Majestic

The hotel offers American breakfast in the follow rack rates ( TT,NSM - K NSM - DD ) for one or two persons with the rate of 115.00 USD from November 23, 2005 until June 30, 2006. The Best Western Majestic is a four star hotel, located in the Zocalo, in the heart of downtown Mexico City facing the National Palace, the Metropolitan Cathedral, the city Government buildings, and only two blocks from the Aztec Temples. We are a seven- story building from the beginning of the Century where the Barroque style can be admired in the main lobby and the stone work, carved wood, bronze, and Talavera of Puebla mix in a unique way. In the Best Western?s, La Terraza Restaurant, you have the best view to the Zocalo.



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