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Fiesta Americana  Acapulco Villas
Fiesta Americana Acapulco Villas
4 out of 5
Av Costera Miguel Aleman 97, Acapulco, GRO
The price is CA $113 per night from May 18 to May 19
4.3/5Excellent! (956 reviews)
"Awesome Hotel. Friendly staff & tasty food. Definitely will be coming back."

Reviewed on Feb. 15, 2021

Fiesta Americana Acapulco Villas
Hotel Palacio Mundo Imperial
Hotel Palacio Mundo Imperial
4 out of 5
Boulevard Barra Vieja No. 3, Acapulco, GRO
The price is CA $79 per night from May 6 to May 7
4.2/5Very Good! (1,079 reviews)
"Todo very nice excepto recepción es muy lento necesitan mas personal ala hora del check in ."

Reviewed on Mar. 24, 2021

Hotel Palacio Mundo Imperial
Gamma Acapulco Copacabana
Gamma Acapulco Copacabana
3.5 out of 5
Tabachines No 2 y 3 Frac Club Deportivo, Acapulco, GRO
The price is CA $72 per night from Apr 21 to Apr 22
4.1/5Very Good! (63 reviews)
"It was a wonderful place, the staff were very nice. I really enjoyed my stay there. My room was excellent."

Reviewed on Apr. 15, 2021

Gamma Acapulco Copacabana
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Acapulco Beach Vacation

If you're desperate to escape the hectic rush of the city, an Acapulco vacation is just the ticket. There’s no shortage of stunning views to take in during a trip to Acapulco. Those who love the water may already be familiar with Playa Revolcadero (7 miles (11 km) away) and will probably want to stay nearby. But don't stress if the nearest accommodation options are reserved. Many sightseers also book Acapulco vacation deals around Condesa Beach and Majahua Beach.

Things You Should Know About Acapulco

  • Listening to the calming sounds of the ocean is one of life's small pleasures. See what you can find among our Acapulco beach hotels and get ready to switch into relaxation mode.
  • Many travelers also choose to base themselves in apartments here. CONDOMINIO AURA APARTAMENTO D206 and Condo Jime are a few places to select from.
  • Alternatively, let one of our All-Inclusive hotels in Acapulco take care of all the little details. That means more time for you to concentrate on the pressing task of relaxing and unwinding.
  • Our Acapulco things to do page is a good place to begin planning your getaway to Acapulco. After you arrive, start up a conversation with one of the 652,100 locals to discover even more.
  • La Quebrada Cliffs is one big sight you can't miss here. For plenty of other popular travel plan ideas, browse our Acapulco vacation deals.

Top Pre-Packaged Vacations & All Inclusive Resorts in Acapulco

Known as one of Mexico’s first resort destinations, Acapulco is a vibrant town with some major claims to fame. During its mid-century heyday, the city played host to famous names like Kennedy, Sinatra and Presley, and Elvis himself shot the celebrated “Fun in Acapulco" on its sandy shores. Though times may have changed — celebrities tend to congregate in the country’s more remote areas now — the best Acapulco vacations still conjure a bit of that glamorous era.

Of course, Acapulco vacation packages offer more than a glimpse of the past. Tourists love the iconic destination for the effortless way in which it mixes old and new, and you’ll find pockets of modern restaurants, nightclubs and boutiques intermingling with 17th-century sights. Zocalo is an especially good place to see the combination in action; situated near the town’s western end, this tree-lined town square offers a stunning cathedral and several chilled-out sidewalk cafes. Plus, the Acapulco all inclusive vacation packages in this area will put you in a great spot to witness the famous cliff diving in nearby La Quebrada.

Still, nothing defines an Acapulco vacation quite like a trip to the city’s beaches. Caleta Beach is the most popular, and it’s a fantastic family place for swimming and building sand castles. Spring-breakers tend to get their kicks at nearby Icacos, and locals trek out to Puerto Marques for the calm waters and picturesque vistas.

Even more serene is Pie de la Cuesta. Situated just beyond the main strip, this hushed area is a resort town within a resort town, and vacationers head here for the incredible sunsets, delicious restaurants and upscale Acapulco all inclusive resorts. You’ll also be in a good location to explore the city’s best deep sea diving, scuba diving and snorkeling spots.

Whether you’re planning to dive in La Quebrada or shop 'til you drop on the streets of Zocalo, Acapulco is an unbeatable place to escape the daily grind. Jet off to this area, and you’ll be able to bask in a modern paradise with a seriously gilded past.

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