Acapulco is a port city on the Pacific coast of Mexico, home to the country's largest beach, a vibrant nightlife, and a perpetually expanding resort area. Vacationers seeking a glimpse into Acapulco's history and traditions should visit the north side of the resort area, where Acapulco hotels reflect perhaps more vibrantly than anywhere else in the country the true culture of Mexico. Those who prefer luxurious, high-rise hotels in Acapulco can book rooms on the southern side of the resort.
Acapulco Quick Picks and Tips
The Centro Cultural de Acapulco delights guests at Acapulco hotels with live concerts, rotating art exhibits, and artistic workshops year round.
Vacationers staying at Acapulco hotels famously enjoy the city's world-renowned fresh seafood and traditional Mexican fare, dining options located close to all Acapulco hotels. Charming beachside restaurants passionately devoted to preparing savory dishes use pure, local ingredients.
Major Point of Interest
Guests at Acapulco hotels should visit Isla La Roqueta and explore breathing waters from a glass-bottom boat, as well as peruse the area's sprawling beaches, and greet exotic wildlife at the island zoo.
Visitors staying at Acapulco hotels should visit the Mercado de Artesanias and commemorate their vacation by purchasing one-of-a-kind pieces of hand-made jewelry, pottery, art, and clothing. Guests at Acapulco hotels will find that Acapulco markets are equal parts art galleries and shops.
Soccer fans staying at hotels in Acapulco should schedule a trip to Unidad Deportiva Acapulco, where the Guerreros Acapulco play.