Park Royal Acapulco - All Inclusive

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Av. Costera Guitarrón, No. 110, Acapulco, GRO
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Terraced along a green hillside in a fashionable residential district overlooking Acapulco Bay, this villa-style hotel with a secluded beach is a 15-minute drive to downtown Acapulco. read more
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Amazing, friendly and helpful staff and great resort. I was travelling by myself so was concerned about safety, they made me feel so welcome, the manager Roberto organised a trip to see the cliffdivers for me which was excellent and I would highly recommend it. Room was clean and comfortable with a stunning view of the sea from the balcony, great beach and free kayaking each morning at 10.00am was excellent. Lovely pools and restaurants - I had a very relaxing stay. The staff were the friendliest I have seen at a resort, went out of their way to help and offer any advice. Thanks for a wonderful stay!!
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Oct 4th, 2007
Las Brisas Acapulco

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Fraccionamiento Las Brisas, Acapulco, GRO
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Located on a verdant hillside overlooking the blue waters of the Pacific Ocean and the Acapulco Bay, Las Brisas Acapulco is hidden among 40 acres of hibiscus gardens, exuding a sense of secluded elegance in this exclusive vacation destination. read more
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Absolutely beautiful resort, but if you decide to stay here, I would recommend to upgrade to another room besides the "Shared Pool Casita" - the lowest proced room. The reason why primarily is because there is no refridgerator, bath tub, and the floors are made of stone. I would have preferred tile at least. As far as the stone floors I don't know if this the case in a more expensive room. But it costs way too much money to buy your food on the resort ($13USD for a deli sandwich, $15 for room service burger and fries), it adds up if you stay long. A refridgerator would have helped seeing as how most travelers staying at Las Brisas stock up on normal priced food and drink at the Wal-Mart downtown. Our Casita was small, balcony was nice and big though. Service was great, views were unforgettable and drinks were expensive ($14USD for a martini, $8.50 pina colada) The location of the resort is away from downtown where everything is. So you usually pay around $10 or 100 pesos for a taxi to Wal-Mart, or the Flea Market, normaly priced restaurants, bars etc. Las Brisas is not in walking distance to anything really, nor would I recommend walking on that busy, dangerous road. The Las Brisas "La Concha Club" is gorgeous and a wonderful perk of being a guest there. Free shuttle takes you there every 20 min until 5pm. If I were to go back, I would spend some extra money on a room with a fridge to save some money on food and drink. Wonderful resort, but expect to pay.
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Apr 24th, 2003
Hotel Encanto

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Jacques Cousteau No 51 Fraccionamiento, Acapulco, GRO
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Situated near the airport, in Acapulco, this resort is close to Capilla de la Paz, Playa Icacos, and Bahia de Puerto Marques. Local attractions also include Acapulco Convention Center and Jardin Botanico de Acapulco. read more
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