Named best destination for 2019 by National Geographic, Mexico City has a high gastronomic quality with six of the ten best restaurants in Latin America within San Pellegrino’s 50 best restaurants list. Pujol, Quintonil, Sud 777, and Maximo Bistrot, among others, are part of the list.
Moreover, the Mexican capital has the best suite in Latin America to host the most exigent guests, Presidente InterContinental Hotel from Mexico City offers an experience filled with art and sophistication.
In the top two floors of the hotel with 580 square meters the Diego Rivera suite has the best views of the city and proves perfect for the traveler who wants to get away from the urban noise of the city. Architect Felipe Ramos was in charge of the renovation and created a specific atmosphere for each space.
Just at the entrance is possible to perceive the perfection of the interiors. The comfort that the Diego Rivera suite offers is insurmountable: a terrace with pool and jacuzzi, gym, chimney, dining rooms, personal wine cellar and a bar. In this space comfort mingles with art and becomes part of the sensory experience through the works of art of several Mexican artists, including Jazzamoart’s paintings. The spotlight in the top floor is Carlos Garcia Noriega’s “Neuro”, that lights in the dark through video mapping, some sculptures by Rivelino enhance the ambient, such as “Memoria Líquida” a stair that connects both floors and a sculpture called “Amuleto del Aire”.
Hotel Presidente InterContinental in Mexico City offers a unique experience of comfort, elegance and exclusivity that combines prime hospitality with the cosmopolitan offer of the city. Along these perks, lies the excellent culinary offer of Chapulin restaurant located inside the hotel. Chapulin, leaded by Josefina López and José Manuel Baños renders tribute to Mexican food through traditional dishes such as mole negro with totol or seafood pozole.