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 ...
With direct access to the beach, this Zona Dorada hotel is in the entertainment district and within a 10-minute walk of Acapulco Golf Club, Acapulco Convention ...
Known as the "Pearl of the Pacific," Acapulco, Mexico, has soaring cliffs, intimate coves and inviting beaches nestled along the coast. At the La Quebrada Beach, visitors can watch divers who have been performing for the public since 1934. The last show is replete with torch-bearing divers descending more than 100 feet into the ocean below. The Isla de la Roqueta is an island that is a 20-minute boat ride from Acapulco. Many of the vessels that make the trip are outfitted with glass bottoms and pass by the underwater statue of the Virgin of Guadalupe. The beach at Isla de la Roqueta has snorkeling equipment and kayak rentals. Originally built in 1616 and rebuilt in 1783, the Fuerte de San Diego has exhibits that detail Acapulco's history.
Acapulco is situated along the Bahía de Acapulco, which is a bay with more than 6 miles of shoreline. The city has several different neighborhoods. Old Acapulco is in the western section and includes the city's cathedral and zócalo, or central square. The city's principal avenue, the Avenida Costera Miguel Alemán, follows the entire bay.
Acapulco is known for its nightlife, and many venues have live shows throughout the year. Festival Acapulco is held every spring. The city's rainy season runs from June through September.
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