InterContinental Presidente Cancun Resort
BLVD KUKULKAN, KM 7.5
CANCUN , ROO ,77500
Single/Double Room Rate: $110.00 USD
The Group Rate covers all guest sleeping room costs, including service fees, but is exclusive of applicable sales/room tax, currently sixteen percent (16 %) value added tax and three percent (3%) lodging tax. Housekeeping and other gratuities will be at guest discretion.
Cancun is located in the state of Quintana Roo, on the east coast of the Yucatan Peninsula. It is divided into two areas: Hotel Zone, between the lagoon and the sea, and downtown Cancun.
Modern Mexican cuisine is the result of the fusion of two cultures: Pre-Hispanic and Spanish. The Xtabentun is the traditional drink served in Cancun and is a liqueur made in Yucatan, from rum, aniseed and honey produced by bees from the nectar of Xtabentun flowers. You can take the regular bus to move around the Hotel Zone and downtown any time of the day. It is safe and inexpensive and the bus drivers will help find your way.
Parking is free for all guests, subject to availability.
Things to do:
Clothing and accessories
We recommend you wear insect repellent if you take a tour to any of the eco-theme parks, archaeological sites and caverns. You should use biodegradable sunscreen at the eco-theme parks. Be aware of the rainy season from June to November and that Cancun has a very warm and humid climate. Make sure to bring light clothing to wear during day time as well as formal clothing for the evening as it might be requested at some restaurants or discos.
Cellular Phone Charger
If you are planning to bring your cellular phone, do not forget your charger. Mexico has 110 watts in electricity.