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01 Mar2020

Mexico City Trip Frequently Asked Questions

How should I travel from the Mexico City International Airport to the InterContinental Presidente Mexico City hotel?
The best transportation options are to take an authorized taxi or an Uber from the airport to the hotel. Prices for taxis range from $15-$26 and Ubers from $15-$35. Visit the links below for more details on each option.

My flight arrives in Mexico City early on Sunday, March 1. What are some options for tours that afternoon?
There is no shortage of activities in Mexico City! Some of the options close to the hotel include:

What type of transportation is being provided for the industrial and office tours?
Secure van transportation is being arranged in advance for both the industrial and office tours. The van will pick you up at the hotel in the morning and drop you off at the hotel at the end of the day of touring. Transportation for sightseeing, dinner on your own, travel to/from the airport or other unscheduled activities is not provided.

What are some dining options close to the hotel?

Dulce Patria: Anatole France No. 100 Polanco, 11000 México
Dulce Patria’ was recognized for the second consecutive year as the best in Mexico according to "La Liste." Reservations

Anatol Las Alcobas: Av. Presidente Masaryk 390 Polanco, 11560 México
Anatol serves flavorful artisan fare. This neighborhood restaurant has a contemporary setting. Anatol has numerous press reviews in publications like USA Today Travel. Reservations  

Emilio: Emilio Castelar 107 Col. Polanco, 11560 México
Enjoy Basque cuisine with a Mexican and French twist at Emilio. Its sophisticated, yet homey setting features two floors with the second offering scenic views. Emilio brings the kitchen of chef Alberto Ituarte right to each guest's table. Reservations

Porfirio’s: Av. Presidente Masaryk # 214 Col. Polanco, 11580 Mexico
Porfirio's menu is made up of traditional Mexican dishes that are transformed, reinvented with innovative techniques and bold flavors. Porfirio's hosts a select collection of Tequilas and Mezcals, around 100 labels, that can be recommended by our tequiliers to create surprising and captivating pairings with the dishes of our menu. Reservations

Chapulin: Campos Eliseos #218 Col. Polanco, 11560 Mexico
Located inside the modern grounds of the InterContinental Presidente hotel, Chapulin serves traditional Mexican cuisine in spacious, lodge-style surroundings done up with wood accents. Reservations  

Sonora Grill Prime: Av. Presidente Masaryk #3 Col. Polanco, 11550 Mexico
Feast on various cuts of meat and much more at Sonora Grill Prime in Masaryk. Its modern setting is welcoming and features a lounge area. Sonora Grill Prime offers appetizers like beef tartare and salmon carpaccio. Reservations

La Buena Barra: Aristóteles 124 5to piso Col. Polanco, 11550 México
La Buena Barra is one of the most visited restaurants in Polanco with a terrace on Masaryk Avenue. Originally from Monterrey (the Northeast part of Mexico), its concept is a fortunate combination of a restaurant with a high-level bartender touch. Reservations

La Única: Anatole France #98 Col. Polanco, 11560 Mexico
This popular eatery, nestled in the heart of Mexico City's trendy Polanco neighborhood, showcases Northern Mexico's diverse cusine and brings flavors from Nuevo Leon to Baja Calfornia. The menu at La Unica reflects the country's bounty, from its unique flavors to its fresh, flavorful seafood and decadent desserts. Reservations

What is the best way to travel from Mexico City to Playa del Carmen for the Spring Conference?
For in-country travel, Citius Capital recommends Aeromexico: Flights depart every hour from Mexico City International Airport to Cancun International Airport with the cost of a ticket averaging $145-$175. From Cancun International Airport, you will need to pre-arrange and reserve travel with a private transfer company to the Grand Hyatt Resort in Playa del Carmen.

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