Review: Best Executive Club Lounges At Hotels In Santa Fe, Mexico City
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Which are the best luxury hotels in Santa Fe, Mexico City with executive club lounges near Mexico City convention center? Presidente InterContinental Santa Fe, Sheraton Santa Fe or the Westin Santa Fe.

Not all luxury hotels have executive club lounges or concierge floors with lounges offering complimentary food and drink. It’s worth picking a hotel with an executive club lounge so that you can benefit from all the free food and drink offered up in the lounge, as well as the luxurious rooms, setting, and service offered by these wonderful hotels.

If you are a Marriott Bonvoy Platinum or Titanium elite member, you will get free club lounge access at most Marriott and Sheraton hotels, with the exception of some JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton hotels. If you are a World of Hyatt Globalist member, you will get free access to their executive club lounges at Grand Hyatts and Hyatt Regency hotels. Everyone has to pay an extra fee or book a club room to access the Club InterContinental lounge at InterContinental hotels, whatever your loyalty membership level.

Wherever you decide to stay, in Santa Fe, Mexico City, or elsewhere, book via our luxury travel concierge. See what our clients say about us and how thrilled they are with the free breakfast, upgrades and other VIP benefits we provide at no extra cost.

The best hotels with club lounges in Santa Fe, Mexico City, are listed below:

1. Presidente InterContinental Santa Fe

The second InterContinental in Mexico City is the Presidente InterContinental Santa Fe and is one of the best luxury hotels in Mexico City. This luxury Santa Fe hotel embodies its locale with warm, modern décor and a hint of Mexican flair. With incomparable city views and a location in the booming business district, this hotel is better for business than leisure. It is ideally located for an expo at Santa Fe Convention Center. Amenities include a Spa and one of the best places to eat at The Palm Restaurant.

This 27-story tower that is Santa Fe’s tallest building offers sweeping views of the Valley of Mexico and can be found close to Latin America’s largest shopping center (Centro Comercial Santa Fe). The disadvantage, which you will see on Google Maps, is that this InterConeintnal is far from the center of Mexico City with no subway line taking you onto the town.

The club lounge here is stylish and modern and one of the best in Mexico City, but the location of the hotel is bad for leisure travelers who want to explore Mexico City itself, which is why this club lounge doesn’t come higher in our listing. The Club lounge is located on the 30th floor of the hotel, where guests of Club rooms can enjoy complimentary exclusive services such as internet stations, continental breakfast, as well as canapés and drinks in the afternoon-in addition to having access to a reception and a private concierge.

2. Westin Santa Fe

Westin Santa Fe is about 300m from Sheraton Santa Fe and it has a really nice club lounge. The Westin Club Lounge is designed to enhance productivity with complimentary wireless high-speed internet access, free snacks, and soft drinks throughout the day, breakfast service, and afternoon hors d’oeuvres and wine. It is the best Marriott in Santa Fe near the convention center.

While the location of this club lounge is terrible for exploring Mexico City, it is an ideal hotel for the flourishing Santa Fe business district, and the club lounge has a gorgeous decked outdoor terrace, so while we cannot list this club lounge as the top in Mexico City, due to its location in the suburbs, this is one of the nicest, modern, club lounges in Santa Fe.

3. Sheraton Santa Fe

Sheraton Santa Fe is located in the Santa Fe technology district of Mexico City, that’s about 10 miles outside the main city. This hotel is not convenient for tourists and is out in the suburbs, much like the InterContinental one outlined above. There’s an Executive Floor on the 9th level with breakfast and evening cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Beyond the lounge, there’s a cheap cafe across the street and an Indian restaurant and a Sushi restaurant a short walk away.

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