Groupo Presidente Completes Renovations in Mexico

Executives from Grupo Presidente announced plans at the 35th Mexico Tianguis Turístico tradeshow about its recently completed renovation projects.

The Presidente InterContinental Guadalajara and Presidente InterContinental Cozumel Resort & Spa that completed their full renovation projects in 2009, now feature a fresh and modern look. On the other hand, the Presidente InterContinental Cancun Resort and Presidente InterContinental Ixtapa All Inclusive Resort completed their renovation projects earlier this year.

The Presidente InterContinental Cancun Resort’s first phase included all public spaces, beach restaurant and swimming pools, after being hit by hurricane Wilma. The hotel completed the second phase of its renovation project in 2010, by fully remodeling all guest rooms and suites and furnishing them with luxurious fixtures, plasma TV screens and modern coffee makers.

The Presidente InterContinental Ixtapa All Inclusive Resort was fully renovated with a total $5 million investment in its 278 villa-style guest rooms. The renovation project included paint jobs, new bathroom features and bathtub installations that allow guests to enjoy spectacular ocean views while bathing. The guest rooms now reflect avant-garde technology, and comfort and quality with Mexican colonial touches.

The hotel made a significant change by painting the exterior villa walls with live Mexican colors, instead of the soft tones they used to feature. These colors provide a luminous contrast that makes the Hotel come alive.

The villas that sat on the oceanside are now home to a spacious and luxurious two-story Presidential Suite. The first level in this new suite includes elegant dining and living areas with direct access to a private pool, while the second story includes a bathroom in the main bedroom that also overlooks the sea.


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