Located in Costera Acapulco, this beachfront resort is in the entertainment district and within a 10-minute walk of Acapulco Golf Club, Acapulco Convention Center, and El Rollo Acapulco. Casa de la Cultura and Naval History Museum are also within 15 minutes.
Located in Acapulco, this beachfront hotel is connected to the convention center and within 3 mi (5 km) of Playa Revolcadero, El Revolcadero, and Bahia de Puerto Marques. Playa Majahua and Papagayo Beach are also within 12 mi (20 km).
Gardens and umbrella-dotted sundecks surround this hotel facing Acapulco Bay; inside, the hotel offers an Orthodox synagogue, Mikveh Tevila, Shabbat elevator, and kosher restaurant.
This family-friendly Acapulco resort is located near the airport, 0.4 mi (0.7 km) from La Isla Shopping Village, and within 6 mi (10 km) of Playa Revolcadero and Bahia de Puerto Marques. Playa Majahua and El Revolcadero are also within 9 mi (15 km).
Located in Costera Acapulco, this beachfront hotel is in the city center and within a 5-minute walk of Diana the Huntress and Diana Galleries Mall. Plaza Bahia and Gran Plaza Shopping Mall are also within 15 minutes.
This family-friendly Acapulco hotel is located in the entertainment district, within a 10-minute walk of Naval History Museum and El Rollo Acapulco. El Revolcadero is 7.5 mi (12.1 km) away.
Rising above Hornos Beach at the center of Acapulco's resort strip, this resort is 2 blocks from Zona Dorado shops and restaurants; downtown is a half-mile away.
Set above Condesa Beach in the Hotel Zone on the waterfront, this family-friendly resort is built around the hillside's giant boulders, with staircases leading to the soft golden sand on Acapulco Bay.
Known for its beautiful beaches, eclectic art, delicious food and active outdoors lifestyle, Acapulco, Mexico is a great place for a traveler with a taste for the tropics. Book your stay at one of Acapulco's all-inclusive resorts today, and get started planning your next adventure.
When travelers visit Acapulco, they love to take in the area's history and some sun at the same time. El Fuerte de San Diego, for example, is one of the area's oldest settlements and offers plenty of architecture and interest while also allowing visitors to take a walk in the sun. For those who want to take a walk on the wild side, La Quebrada is the way to go. The area offers dizzying cliffs and a selection of world-class cliff jumpers who put on a show for interested tourists. If that's not your style, head to the Mural Diego Rivera to take in some of the world's best street art before it's time to grab a bite to eat.
When your belly starts to grumble, head to Punta Diamante. Near many Acapulco hotels, Punta Diamante is a beachfront neighborhood that offers delicious street food, plenty of fun bars, a wide selection of beaches, and a few of the best Acapulco resorts. Those lucky enough to be staying in one of the many Barra Vieja hotels will be able to step out their door and find great, cheap street food or upscale fare, although the same can be said about most hotels in Acapulco. No matter where you find yourself, be sure to try the pescado a la talla. This spicy, grilled fish dish is a favorite among visitors.
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