I've stayed in a lot of hotels in Acapulco and I like this one the best. The good rooms are very large and well furnished. Large shower and bathroom and a dressing table with makeup mirror and hair dryer. Individual air conditioner. The huge balconies on some of the rooms are unbelievable 25ft X 25ft. Even the smaller balconies have a little kitchenette outside so as not to heat up the room. Very nice lobby and dining room. Nice pool though a bit small, but only 2 steps down to the best beach in Acapulco.
Unique Quality: The beach is ideal because there are large islands in front of the beach that break the surf coming off the Pacific. The sand is smooth and the water is clean calm and warm at 88f. Unlike the golden zone beaches there is no undertow in this protected harbour. This little hotel is flat on the beach and has only a few stairs which make it ideal for older people. Most of the other hotels have a lot of stairs. This hotel is breakfast only so bring food from the Walmart delly and fill up your kitchenette. There are thousands of restaurants in Acapulco but I like to eat in the Woolworths in the old city as the food is great and reasonable. Local food is very cheap but tourist restaurants are very expensive. There are seafood restaurants around the hotel and a couple of taco stands but I don't like fish so I eat in the old city or my kitchenette. It was sold recently and the new owners seem to be fixing it up nicely.
Directions: Right on the Costera Miguel Aleman at the Caleta traffic circle. It's at the far end of the city from the airport.
Carretera Escenica 5255, Fraccionamiento Las Brisas, Acapulco
Av. Costera de las Palmas 1121, Playa Diamante, Acapulco
Av. Costera de las Palmas 1121, Acapulco
Av.Costera Miguel Aleman 97, Acapulco
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Address: Costera Miguel Aleman No. 26, Fracc. Las Playas, (formerly Acamar Resort), Acapulco, 39390, Mexico