Presidente InterContinental Guadalajara

A stay at Presidente InterContinental Guadalajara places you in the heart of Zapopan, just a 3-minute walk from Plaza del Sol and within a 5-minute drive of Expo Guadalajara. This 4-star hotel is 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Avienda Chapultepec and 3.4 mi (5.4 km) from US Consulate General Guadalajara.Stay...

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5

Quarto clássico, 2 camas de casal, Acessível

Max. 3 adults and 2 children

6

Quarto clássico, 2 camas de casal

Max. 3 adults and 2 children

5

Quarto premium, 1 cama King

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

6

Quarto clássico, 1 cama King, Vista para a cidade

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

5

Quarto clássico, 2 camas de casal, Vista para a cidade (High Floor)

Max. 3 adults and 2 children

4

Suíte júnior, 1 cama King

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

5

Quarto clássico, 1 cama King

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

4

Suíte, 1 quarto

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

7

Quarto premium

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

5

Quarto premium, 2 camas de casal, Acessível

Max. 3 adults and 2 children

4

Suíte, 1 quarto, Vista para a cidade (Panoramic View)

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

8

Quarto clássico

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

5

Quarto premium, 2 camas de casal

Max. 3 adults and 2 children

8

Suíte, 1 cama King (Ambassador)

Max. 2 adults and 1 child

Property Info

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 13:00

A stay at Presidente InterContinental Guadalajara places you in the heart of Zapopan, just a 3-minute walk from Plaza del Sol and within a 5-minute drive of Expo Guadalajara. This 4-star hotel is 2.7 mi (4.4 km) from Avienda Chapultepec and 3.4 mi (5.4 km) from US Consulate General Guadalajara.Stay in one of 423 guestrooms featuring LCD televisions. Cable programming provides entertainment, and wired and wireless Internet access is available for a surcharge. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, and housekeeping ...

Avenida Moctezuma 3515 Cd. del Sol, Guadalajara - Zapopan, JAL - Mexico - 45050

Property Amenities

Check-in starts at: 15:00

Check-out ends at: 13:00

Guest rating

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  • Excellent

    402

  • Very Good

    267

  • Good

    104

  • Reasonable

    48

  • Bad

    40

Travelers profile
  • Business

    518

  • Couples

    103

  • Solo travel

    42

  • Family

    108

  • Friends getaway

    40

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Worst Intercontinental Experience

Reviewed 26 august, 2022

This hotel is a failure, the worst IC property of the world, old, dirty, and stained carpets. One of the trash cans had the garbage from the previous guest. As an ambassador member the benefits are just the minimum. The restaurant is very expensive, very limited menu, no paper menus. Incomplete water bottles on the room. On Aug 18, I requested the missing bottled water twice. No one went to my room to deliver the bottle. On Aug 20, I asked twice to get the bottles, I got the water after my second request. There was a coffee machine plus the coffees etc., no cups or mugs to serve the coffee. The additional lock in the door was broken. Room size and layout is good, nice desk. Bathroom size is small. Shower area is good, and a powerful and nice shower. Carpet near my room was dirty for few days, dust and small particles and was like that every day. If is a rainy day, the area next to the entrance get flooded and is hard to leave the hotel. Not recommended.

arrivera

We had an outstanding stay

Reviewed 13 june, 2022

We stayed for a week at this hotel. The location is centralized and right next to the Plaza del Sol, a large open air shopping center. First and foremost, the service was outstanding. At all times we felt the staff cared and did what they could to help us enjoy our stay. The breakfast at the Cafe Urbano was outstanding with a wide array of freshly prepared and delicious food. The service at the Cafe Urbano deserves special mention. We tried the French restaurant and enjoyed it; tasty French bistro style food and good wine. The club level service was very good, with two hours of a very fine wine. We were pleased with the upgrade that we received due to IHG diamond status; the room had a living room and a ridiculous bathroom. Not many cons; the pool is underwhelming and there did not seem to be many guests. All and all, we felt the famous IHG hospitality and recommend.

Yealink

Beautiful but Boring

Reviewed 13 november, 2021

We only came here because we stayed an extra night and the Hard Rock was already sold out. This hotel is beautiful. The staff truly is top notch. This is a very upscale and incredible hotel. It is extremely conservative for me, they don’t offer free waters in the room, there’s only a French restaurant and there’s no live music. We are only staying the night, so I didn’t really tour it. If you want peace and quiet, this is definitely your hotel. If you want live, upbeat and people to meet, I’d suggest Hard Rock.

jessicamarieg2018

Good hotel but ‘fake’ upgrades’.

Reviewed 20 october, 2021

Good hotel, good service. Careful if you are a frequent traveler with IHG,. I was given a triple upgrade where I had to wait 4 hours to get it since it was not ready but I ended up in a king room on the Club floor but no benefit. Like giving a first class upgrade in tourist class. Ask for what you deserve otherwise it is just smoke. The Westin is better in term of upgrade and it is in the same area.

Steph1073

TERRIBLE EXPERIENCE BAIT N SWITCH!

Reviewed 18 march, 2021

Negative Five Stars if I could This hotel was advertised as supposedly being the best in Guadalajara, and by the looks of the pictures, I decided to book it. It was my first-time visiting Guadalajara and so I was unfamiliar with the area that this hotel is situated on. I should’ve informed myself better. As soon as I arrived, I quickly noticed that this perhaps was not the best area that Guadalajara had to offer to its visitors. The area surrounding the hotel is filled with seedy people and it immediately made me feel unsafe. There was nobody in the supposed valet area to welcome me, and so I chose the self-park option and feared I’d be mugged for the BMW I was driving. It was very confusing getting to the hotel lobby from the self-parking. When I finally arrived at the hotel lobby, I was immediately disappointed as I saw no people except restaurant staff standing in front of empty restaurants. It was like walking into a ghost town with few unwelcoming locals. As I arrived in the lobby, I could see that this hotel was dilapidated and in a state of disrepair. I could immediately see cracks on the walls near the elevator that run several floors high which might be indicative of structural damage. Just by standing in the empty and cold lobby, I felt as If I was in a hotel that was abandoned long ago. The check in process was easy as I am fluent in Spanish. I had booked a two-night stay in what supposedly was a terrace/balcony view suite similarly priced in comparison to the other big hotels in the city. At this point, I was willing to overlook the aforementioned factors and give this hotel a chance since I had booked what I believed was a suite that I would be comfortable doing work in, and since I had a vehicle, I thought I could circumnavigate the dangerous areas surrounding the hotel. As the bellman escorted me to my suite, as soon as I got off on my floor, I could see how dirty and old the rug and how poorly lit the hallways were. As I approached my room, there was two housekeeping carts blocking my path because an adjacent room was being “cleaned” … The housekeepers saw me attempting to squeeze on by and they neither attempted to make way for me nor acknowledged me. When I arrived at my suite, the bellman did the best he could to show me around in the poorly lit room and as he was showing me around, I could see what terrible condition this room was in. The only thing that was done right was the sheets. The sheets appeared white and neatly pressed, and the bed was well made. I began to walk around to make a thorough inspection like I’ve been trained to do so. The first thing that I noticed was that the furniture was old, cracked and peeling. I also noticed that the glass on top of the work desk in which I planned to do my work in was cracked (could present a liability if a guest gets cut). On the old and cracked nightstand there was a note with the IHG promise to service, cleanliness, etc. Right around that note on the nightstand there were unknown yellow stains. On the black lampshade from the lamp above the nightstand had not been cleaned in ages because dust is fairly visibly on the color black. What a great start for somebody with both asthma and allergies! Next to the window on the side of the bed, there was a long work desk with a phone that was full of dust. How does Intercontinental intend to protect their guests from Covid-19 if they can’t even clean the phones? The long work desk had some old crusty white stains that I wouldn’t want to speculate what they were. As I looked up, I could see that the paint was old and cracking. As I looked below, I could see the carpet was torn along a crack on the window where insects could crawl in, and this area back there had not been vacuumed in years. I found another table with a coffee maker that had never been cleaned due to the obvious coffee cup stains from the previous guest. The carpet was completely deteriorated throughout the room and the room’s walls had several cracks on them while the roof had evidence of recent water damage. I could see that the water damage was recently painted over with cheap paint that does not correspond in a hotel room. When I stepped in the bathroom, I could see that everything had been swept to the door leading to the terrace and never picked up. I swiped my fingers on the bathtub, and my fingers were immediately filled with white crusty chemicals. I’m guessing the chemicals left in the bathtub were probably left behind to enhance my skin, instead of negligence. As I stepped onto what was supposed to be my private terrace. It wasn’t very private because I could easily jump over to the other suite’s terrace. The terrace area was full of discolored tiles and the divider wall that divided the other terrace was full of some black substance that appeared to be mold. The lounge chairs were stained and dirty and literally falling apart, they were so badly damaged that if I would’ve sat, I probably would’ve fallen through. I walked back in to gather up my belongings to leave this nightmare when I observed more cracked paint and rotting wood at the bottom of one of the pillars. I never unpacked, I called and asked to speak to the hotel’s GM. They asked me what was the reason that I wanted to speak to the GM, and they told me that the GM was not available but that the reservations manager would be contacting me. Of course, not even the hotel’s GM can come out and speak to the guest because they’re too embarrassed, I’m assuming they know how terrible their hotel is. I was called back by the Reservations Manager and I invited him to come in person and do a walkthrough inspection of the room with me. I showed him each and every issue with the room, he did not say much and did not even appeared slightly remorseful nor embarrassed. He just kept on trying to upgrade me for the same price and wouldn’t stop like a pushy salesperson. At this point, not even an upgrade would’ve been adequate compensation for this nightmare. Apart from the housekeepers cutting corners, maintenance was non-existent on this room. I advised him that I was leaving and that I wanted to cancel my reservation. I had my reservation cancelled and I left without not knowing where I was going to spend the night. I booked a room at the Hyatt Regency Andrades which turned out to be a real four-star hotel that met my expectations for about the same price as the Intercontinental Presidente. I’m not sure if even the President of the poorest country in the world would ever stay there. I have been to the Intercontinental in San Francisco and the Intercontinental in Downtown Los Angeles which are true four-star properties, not unlike this property in Guadalajara. This property should be stripped of their name and not be allowed to be part of the IHG brand. I have stayed at Forbes five-star properties and I wouldn’t even consider this place to even possess one single star. I have seen the crackhead filled motels in seedy areas of Los Angeles that were in better condition than this hotel. I’m a Hospitality major in one of the best Hospitality programs. I will definitely use my pictures and my nightmare as a learning experience to share with students and professors in the industry. This hotel is a disservice to hospitality. Perhaps it once was something in the early 90’s. But not in the present. I will never recommend this place and never return. I’d rather sleep on a bus bench. Not a four-star hotel by a longshot… Now I await the textbook response from management if they dare respond.

THEHRMGUY