Acapulco Days Inn

Avenida Costera Miguel Aleman 2310, Acapulco, Guerrero, 39840, Mexico
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Must See - and Must Do's....

by suekpage

My husband and I will be taking our 20th Anniversary cruise in September. We only have 1 day and 1 night in Acapulco.... I need advise as to what not to miss while we are there, and great activities to do. The cliff divers is on my list.... but what other things make Acapulco special....

Thank you in advance...... :)

RE: Must See - and Must Do's....

by rmdw

Hi Susan,

With your limited time there, you won't be able to see everything. Personally, I'd just stick to the downtown core and stroll around. Some of the best seafood I've ever had was in Acapulco. For a more romantic meal, take a taxi south of the downtown core and up the hill. I forget the exact name of it but it has something to do with Australia.

Seeing the cliff divers is alright but I've seen them twice and I wouldn't rate it as "memorable".


RE: RE: Must See - and Must Do's....

by alfredop

The name of the place is Kookaburra, you can also try Mezzanote which is right beside and is more like Mexican-International food if you'd like to try.


must-see and must-do in acapulco

by susiemargare

hi --

if you have not already done so, you might also want to check the VT members' tips on acapulco.

to do this, enter acapulco in the search box at the upper right. leave the other box set at destinations. this takes you to a page where all of the places in the world named acapulco are listed. click on the one for mexico. this takes you to a sort of master page for acapulco, where you will find tips for restaurants, things to do, tourist traps, etc.

-- susie margaret

RE: RE: Must See - and Must Do's....

by edelaca

I have been there many times, dont forget to include the chappel of peace (outstanding view & a sad story behind it), Flamingos Hotel (The Hollywood gang hideaway), Casablanca Hotel (spectacular view), the silver & Gold factory and the flemarket, puerto marques bay & St diego fort museum.
if you want me to send you some pictures email me

RE: Must See - and Must Do's....

by acagirl2006

Knowing that you have just some hours to see everything, well the best thing is to rent a cab to show you around, they will show you, cliffdivers, chappel of peace, flamingos hotel (jhonn wayne & tarzan place, princess hotel, abçnd beautiful views.
Good luck.

Travel Tips for Acapulco

"El Revolcadero"

by Laura_Mexico

This is a very popular spot in the outskirts of Acapulco, out of the bay area... it's very famous for its BIG and strong waves: indeed its name comes from the Spanish verb "revolcar", which means wallow or roll over.... and that's exactly what the waves will do with you in here!

Children LOVE this place... I used to like it a lot. I think it must look like something really wild compared with the mild waters of the Acapulco bay, it's exciting to be among those big waves and you feel as if you were an "older" person for swimming in such "violent" waters... however, most of the people I know -- including myself -- have had at least one bad experience at the Revolcadero. The sea isn't very deep in a good part of this area, but the strong waves sometimes dig big holes in the sand and you can find places where your feet don't reach the ground anymore, even if you aren't far from the beach. Also, the waves can drag you with amazing strength towards the open sea and away from the beach, or at least make you tumble down, roll over and swallow some water before you come out to the surface again, LOL... It can be a pretty fun place, but you should be careful and especially watch out for kids, cause they never back off when they see these violent waves -- on the opposite!! They LOVE to feel the excitement of the danger that swimming in the open sea represents. I've always respected the strength of the sea but I realized in here that sometimes being careful isn't enough to avoid an incident that can turn into a tragedy... and many of my friends have gone through similar experiences (my best friend even helped to save a kid who was drowning)... the good thing is that we're here to speak about them, but some people might not be as lucky! So you'd better be very cautious when visiting this beach!

Cayuca, a small coastal town...

by sunsa

Cayuca, a small coastal town just north of Acapulco about 45 minutes and three buses is beautiful for its natural flora and fauna. Boating by canoe and fishing are best activities to do there. There are cows eating aquatic plants and miles of coconut palms

Too many good restaurants. The...

by barbaraq

Too many good restaurants. The seafood restaurants on the main strip are excellent. Also most of the Italian restaurants are fantastic. Good Mexican food just outside of town on the hill. I don't recall what it is called but it has good food and a great view. Milkshakes! Real vanilla and strawberries - no artificial flavouring.

CocoLocos! Everything but the kitchen sink in this baby and boy is it good! You don't notice how many you've had until you have to walk.

Mexican Cliffdivers

by aventurera

You can not miss the traditional cliffdivers of Acapulco. "La Quebrada"
Various shows are given through the day but the show in the evening is the best one.
"la quebrada are the cliffs from where the daring cliff divers of La Quebrada risk their lives every night. The divers climb to a height of 30 meters, pray at the altar of the Virgin of Guadalupe, and dive off the cliff at the precise moment when the tide brings in the large waves!

Fabulous Casa Delfin

by lee96

"Acapulco's Eden"

My honey and I recently returned from a fabulous trip to Acapulco with two other couples. It was the first time there for a few of us. We decided to forego the hotel scene and rent Casa Delfin, a private home. This is absolutely the way to go! It felt luxurious staying in this private home with incredible views of the Acapulco bay AND it was even more economical for us than a nice hotel for the same number of nights.

There was ample space to unwind and relax in the house. Three spacious bedrooms, a private infinity pool with both sun and shade and a staff who prepared incredible meals for us… We were so comfortable that we had to force ourselves out to do some sightseeing. The owners were accommodating, and they allow guests who stay at the home to use their membership to their private club right on the edge of Acapulco Bay. In addition to Casa Delfin, they have another luxury home that sleeps over 30 people…it would be awesome for a family reunion. Our friends had such a great time that they are considering it for a destination wedding. You can check out their site ( to see both properties. I highly recommend considering renting one of the homes instead of booking a hotel.

"12 days and counting...."

My beau and I are making a return trip to our now favorite vacation destination in 12 days. Can't wait to sit by that pool and do nothing, except maybe drink the fabulous margaritas the staff makes :-)


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Address: Avenida Costera Miguel Aleman 2310, Acapulco, Guerrero, 39840, Mexico