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Adolfo de la Torre

Adolfo de la Torre

Concierge 52998848870025

Welcome To Cancun

I will be your guide in exploring the area, our culture and share insider tips. My goal is to help you have authentic and memorable experiences during your time in Cancun, the heart of the Mexican Caribbean. I look forward to having the opportunity of welcoming you!





A perfect day in Cancún starts with a wonderful breakfast Mexican style: eggs, chilaquiles, tortillas, frijoles and coffee. Afterwards, it's time to enjoy the beach. An ocean front palapa -a palm thatched sunumbrella- will be waiting for you so you can relax and enjoy the Caribbean sun from monring to sunset along with a refreshing Michelada, a mix of beer and lime juice. Enjoy all kinds of water sport activities and why not rent the sailing boat anchored at the beach for a memorable sailing experience on the Caribbean Sea? it will be time for a relaxing massage to regain your energy and enjoy the rest of the day.


Time for shopping. Cancun is the place for wonderful stores and fine jewelery. If local handicrafts are more your style, then Mercado 28 is a must. Luxury Avenue is a perfect spots to find exclusive brands. La Isla is also an excellent option to shop as it is an open air mall with the newest restaurants, famous brand-name shops, bars, movie theater and a modern interactive aquarium.


Fun in Cancun doesn't stop when the sun goes down. Our nightlife is world-renowned for a good reason: you can dance the night away in our famous discos. But first, it's time for dinner. Cancun offers great gastronomic variety. You can find Mexican and international food, seafood and wonderful steakhouses. If you only have one night you cannot miss the experience of dining with your toes in the sand at El Caribeño Restaurant.



Exchange money

The local currency is Mexican pesos (MXN). Kinldy be informed that as per federal law, non Mexican citizens can exchange up to $1,500 USD in cash per month. Be prepared to present your passport when exchanging money at the bank or at exchange currency desk at the hotel.


Only book tours through known agencies. Make sure the ticket has the name of the company, its phone numbers, address, folio number and hours. The travel agency at the hotel will always be the most reliable one.


Don't forget there is a departure tax payable at the airport. The amount can be covered in pesos or US dollars, only cash is accepted.


The Yucatan Peninsula is one of the flattest places on earth. As a result, the region´s heavy rainfall is collected in a series of underground sink wells known as "cenotes", which emerge as vast subterranean lakes and rivers. Many cenotes are located near Cancun and are ideal for new adventures, swimming and snorkeling!



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.

Traditional eating

Modern Mexican cuisine is the result of the fusion of two cultures: Pre-Hispanic and Spanish. The Xtabentum 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.

Moving around Cancun

You can take the regular bus to move around the Hotel Zone and downtown any time of the day. It is safe and cheap. The bus drivers are very friendly and will help you to find your stop.


Cellular Phone Charger

If you are planning to bring your cellular phone, do not forget your charger. In Mexico we have 110 watts in electricity.

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.

InterContinental Presidente Cancun Resort

  • Blvd Kukulkan Km 7.5
  • Cancun , 77500
  • Mexico
  • Front Desk +52-998-8488700

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Languages spoken by staff

English, Spanish, French

Pet Policy

Only guide dogs are allowed to stay in the hotel premises.
  • Local Time

    5:12 PM
    • CHECK-IN

      3:00 PM

      12:00 PM Late Check out Available


    • US Dollar $ (USD)


    • Service animals allowed
    • 2 Room(s) with Accessibility Standards
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